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BREMERTON — Three days of pie, entertainment, street art and slugs kicked off on Sept. 2…
BREMERTON — A deep, fast, athletic Central Kitsap squad had no trouble in the Battle for Bucklin Hill, dispatching its closest rival, Olympic High School,… Continue reading
BREMERTON – “One man down, next man up,” chanted by Bremerton High School players following their decisive opening night victory, best described their recipe for… Continue reading
A look at our fall sports teams
Marquee early-season matchup at Silverdale Stadium
Pacific Islanders Festival captures the aloha spirit
Back-to-School Brigade helps ensure military children have supplies for the upcoming school year.
Misty Greer, a Suquamish native, will skate for Team USA in China next month.
Gaeta’s competency restored after medication and evaluation at Western State Hospital.
Eight kittens adopted at “Kitty Hall’
Gaeta’s competency restored after medication and evaluation at Western State Hospital
Pair allegedly supplied drugs that resulted in a woman’s death
POULSBO — Residents in Kitsap County had, as of Aug. 3, heeded warnings to not leave children or pets unattended in their cars as temperatures… Continue reading
100 percent of the proceeds go to Greater Trinity Academy in Everett.
Driver who allegedly caused the crash remains at large
The duck race has netted about $80,000 in each of the past few years.
Cruz Strom, a 15-year-old Eagle Scout from Bainbridge Island, built a gazebo for use by Madrona House residents.
A canoe paddled by two Suquamish athletes was in the midst of a competitive 1,000 meter race…
CD Aguiluchos USA defeated Kitsap SC 4-2 in the second round of the NPSL playoffs.
Olympic Tigers’ run in the state tournament ends with loss to Kennewick