Mark Krulish

These ‘candidates’ were out to win hearts, not votes
These ‘candidates’ were out to win hearts, not votes

Gaeta found competent to stand trial for 2014 rape, murder

Gaeta’s competency restored after medication and evaluation at Western State Hospital

Two Kitsap County residents charged with drug-related homicide

Pair allegedly supplied drugs that resulted in a woman’s death

With heat came stern warnings from health, law enforcement officials

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

Celebrities gather for a great cause at White Horse Golf Club

Celebrities gather for a great cause at White Horse Golf Club

100 percent of the proceeds go to Greater Trinity Academy in Everett.

Celebrities gather for a great cause at White Horse Golf Club
Three injured in Bremerton car crash
Three injured in Bremerton car crash
Ducks float along during the annual Silverdale Rotary Duck Race at Whaling Days on the Silverdale water front. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Rotary Club, rubber ducks team up to raise money

The duck race has netted about $80,000 in each of the past few years.

Ducks float along during the annual Silverdale Rotary Duck Race at Whaling Days on the Silverdale water front. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
Cruz Strom and residents at the Madrona House on Bainbridge Island enjoy the new gazebo built by Strom and his volunteers. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Eagle Scout builds Madrona House seniors a place to relax

Cruz Strom, a 15-year-old Eagle Scout from Bainbridge Island, built a gazebo for use by Madrona House residents.

Cruz Strom and residents at the Madrona House on Bainbridge Island enjoy the new gazebo built by Strom and his volunteers. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
Ah-nika-leesh Chiquiti and Jenavieve Old Coyote-Bagley race their canoe at the 2017 North American Indigenous Games.

Pair of Suquamish athletes bring home a bronze medal

A canoe paddled by two Suquamish athletes was in the midst of a competitive 1,000 meter race…

Ah-nika-leesh Chiquiti and Jenavieve Old Coyote-Bagley race their canoe at the 2017 North American Indigenous Games.
Kitsap SC’s Jorge Ruiz battles with FC Mulhouse Portland defender Joel Bagby during their playoff game on July 15.

Kitsap SC playoff run ends with second round loss

CD Aguiluchos USA defeated Kitsap SC 4-2 in the second round of the NPSL playoffs.

Kitsap SC’s Jorge Ruiz battles with FC Mulhouse Portland defender Joel Bagby during their playoff game on July 15.
The AA Olympic Tigers 2017 American Legion baseball team. (Jon O’Connor/Courtesy)

Olympic Tigers’ state tourney run comes to an end

Olympic Tigers’ run in the state tournament ends with loss to Kennewick

The AA Olympic Tigers 2017 American Legion baseball team. (Jon O’Connor/Courtesy)
Crews battle brush fire in Port Orchard

Crews battle brush fire in Port Orchard

Blaze breaks out behind home on Long Lake Road SE

Crews battle brush fire in Port Orchard
Kitsap SC midfielder Jesus Sanchez attempts to dribble past Portland midfielder Ryan Callahan during the July 15 first round playoff match. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Kitsap SC dominates in first-round, 2-0, win

A third minute goal by Romario Lomeli provided early fuel in Kitsap’s 2-0 victory over FCM Portland.

Kitsap SC midfielder Jesus Sanchez attempts to dribble past Portland midfielder Ryan Callahan during the July 15 first round playoff match. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
The AA Olympic Tigers 2017 American Legion baseball team. (Jon O’Connor/Courtesy)                                 The AA Olympic Tigers 2017 American Legion baseball team. (Jon O’Connor/Courtesy)

Olympic Tigers earn state tournament berth

Team advances to the state American Legion tournament with a walk-off win over Lower Columbia on July 15.

The AA Olympic Tigers 2017 American Legion baseball team. (Jon O’Connor/Courtesy)                                 The AA Olympic Tigers 2017 American Legion baseball team. (Jon O’Connor/Courtesy)
David Woodson in the Lapland province of Sweden while hiking the Kungsleden Trail. (Photo courtesy of Kate Woodson)

Family of Olympic hiker remembers his ‘zest for life’

David Woodson, 60, of Kingston, was found dead on July 1 along the coast of Olympic National Park near the Norwegian Memorial

David Woodson in the Lapland province of Sweden while hiking the Kungsleden Trail. (Photo courtesy of Kate Woodson)
Dr. Kay Ash, vice president for Administrative Services at Olympic College, explains the partnership between the school and Western Washington University for a group of Seattle-area officials and business leaders. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
Dr. Kay Ash, vice president for Administrative Services at Olympic College, explains the partnership between the school and Western Washington University for a group of Seattle-area officials and business leaders. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
Stewart will share her experiences as a pro golfer

Stewart will share her experiences as a pro golfer

Port Orchard Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon July 13 at McCormick Woods Golf Club

Stewart will share her experiences as a pro golfer
Driving? Don’t touch that cell phone

Driving? Don’t touch that cell phone

Drivers on the Kitsap Peninsula should be prepared for a new law governing distracted driving

Driving? Don’t touch that cell phone