Nick Twietmeyer

Lutefisk dinner returns to Poulsbo’s First Lutheran Church

POULSBO — A century-old tradition is back. Poulsbo’s population was about 364 and Norwegian was the language spoken at home when the First Lutheran Church… Continue reading

Public hearing Oct. 24 on Port of Kingston fees for 2018

KINGSTON — The Port of Kingston Board of Commissioners worked Oct. 3 to draft a new rate schedule which would take effect on Jan. 1… Continue reading

Bremerton couple, friend, risk their lives to save wounded in Las Vegas shooting | Updated

BREMERTON — A Bremerton couple and their friends were caught in the crossfire of the deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas, and amid all the… Continue reading

Bremerton couple, friend, risk their lives to save wounded in Las Vegas shooting

BREMERTON — A Bremerton couple and their friends were caught in the crossfire of the deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas, and amid all the… Continue reading

Motorcyclist killed in crash on Highway 3 near Big Valley Road

A car crossed a double yellow line and struck the motorcyclist.

Biketoberfest returns to Port Gamble

PORT GAMBLE — Sept. 29 marks the return of Biketoberfest. The Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance - West Sound Chapter’s annual celebration of bikes and beer… Continue reading

Appleton, Caldier talk about bipartisan efforts

BREMERTON — Political discourse is commonly fraught with contention, but from the outside it would seem that political dialogue has become more polarizing than ever… Continue reading

Kingston Cares serving up pasta with a side of compassion

KINGSTON — Donations collected during a free dinner 5 p.m. Sept. 29 at Village Green Community Center will benefit Kingston Cares. The dinner of spaghetti,… Continue reading

Gronnvoll is sole candidate for Kingston Port Commission, District 3 | 2017 Election

KINGSTON — Laura Gronnvoll, a longtime Kingston resident and self-described habitual volunteer, is running unopposed on Nov. 7 for a seat on the Port of… Continue reading

Four fugitives arrested on out-of-state warrants

BREMERTON — It’s not just tech workers that seem to be attracted to Washington state. Others have been making a break for the Evergreen State… Continue reading

Kingston library hosts murder mystery night Sept. 21

KINGSTON — Get out your magnifying glass and plaid deerstalker hat: on Sept. 21, the Kitsap Regional Library’s Kingston branch will turn into the scene… Continue reading

Chili cook-off competition will heat up Sept. 23

Greater Hansville Community Center’s annual event

Wild Fish Conservancy protest planned at Bainbridge Island fish farm

Pens are owned by same company that owns collapsed pens off Cypress Island

‘Our Silent World’: A view through an Ometepe child’s lens

BAINBRIDGE ISLAND — Born into silence and without the words to share the story of their lives, these 15 children will not be able to… Continue reading