Michelle Beahm


If you were to move to a new neighborhood, what would be a priority for you?… Continue reading

Civil War veteran Zachariah Stucker returns home after 103 years | Slideshow

PORT ORCHARD — Thanks to the Missing in America Project, Civil War veteran Private Zachariah M. Stucker was returned home to Kitsap Sept. 28 to… Continue reading

Sky’s the limit for Bremerton High students

Can now study, become certified in, drone technology


Do you think the new Highway 3 layout heading into Gorst will help with traffic congestion?… Continue reading

Rolfes: CTE funding a ‘back to the future’ effort

SILVERDALE — Sen. Christine Rolfes, D-23rd District, said ensuring funding for career and technical education is “sort of a back-to-the future kind of effort.” Rolfes… Continue reading

SR 3 interchange construction nears completion

Shipyard lane will now be traditional onramp as SR 3 remains two lanes through the overpass

Talking stick considered as possible symbol in Central Kitsap

Used for centuries to denote each individual’s authority to speak and enabling all voices to be heard

Continuing Gavin’s work: Foundation raising money for K-9 units

BREMERTON — About a year ago, the Gavin Buchanan Memorial Foundation presented a check for $5,780.13 to local K-9 units. This year, they hope to… Continue reading

Kitsap Shriners pay for medical care for qualifying children

Learn more about the types of care they offer and about eligibility at a free workshop Oct. 9.

One injured, one arrested in two rollover accidents Sept. 12

BREMERTON — Two rollover accidents occurred within hours of each other in the Central Kitsap area Sept. 12, resulting in one trip to the hospital… Continue reading

CK High and Middle School ‘a vision that is becoming a reality’

SILVERDALE — Though work started earlier in the summer on the new Central Kitsap High and Middle School campus, the groundbreaking ceremony didn’t take place… Continue reading

Kitsap Humane Society takes in dogs from hurricane-affected shelters

SILVERDALE — More than 80 people in Texas and Florida died in the hurricanes that ravaged those states. People all across the country are donating… Continue reading


What do you do on Patriot Day (Sept. 11)?… Continue reading

  • Sep 11, 2017

South Kitsap High School choir performs with Foreigner Sept. 9

PORT ORCHARD — For the last eight years, high school choirs across North America have had life-changing opportunities to perform in front of massive audiences,… Continue reading