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BREMERTON — The 27th annual Bremerton Saint Patrick’s Day Parade starts at 11 a.m. March 17 in downtown Bremerton. The parade route follows previous years:… Continue reading
Roscoe Perkins logged nearly 400 flight hours during his years of service, Jan. 1944 and Feb. 1946.
Students across the nation walked away from their classrooms in unity at 10 a.m. for 17 minutes.
Includes the men’s basketball team from 1948-49; Dick McKimson, track; and Jill Bekar, basketball.
BREMERTON — Left Right Straight started out as a phrase used by the nonprofit’s founder, Sean Delaire, and his friends as they left for an… Continue reading
Collette Jones wants to find the right person to take over and ‘give it the time and energy it needs.’
BPD notify public of registered offenders moving to the area per the Community Protection Act.
Signs will be posted one-three days in advance for each neighborhood.
Central Kitsap High School and Middle School will be modernized and flexible.
One step closer to being designated as “Baby Friendly USA.”
Cantwell’s CARES Act would increase the penalty of oversubscribing opioids.
Amber James is charged with murdering her son, 9, Oct. 31, 2017. Her trial is scheduled for May 14.
Training scheduled for 8 a.m. to noon; people advised to avoid exercise area due to traffic limits.
BREMERTON — When Marthita May, former family services director and co-founder of Kitsap Immigrant Assistance Center, stepped down from the role, Annika Turner, once an… Continue reading
Threat coincides with date of national school walkout, March 14
Josephine’s 2nd Chance Prom donating proceeds to Camp to Belong of Washington and The Coffee Oasis.