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Fathoms Queen Alainna Widdifield plans to change the world

Fathoms Queen Alainna Widdifield plans to change the world

Alainna Widdifield is crowned 2017 Fathoms O’ Fun royalty queen

Mackenzie Wright and Jamison Folden named princesses for the 2017 court

‘Dogs love you no matter what’

The Groomery is serving up pet grooming and daycare with style

Calibre Salon is a home away from home

By SARA MILLER Kitsap News Group “Calibre” (pronounced caliber): The quality of someone’s character or ability. When Christy Sheppard saw that word online, she knew… Continue reading

Fathoms O’ Fun Festival bringing the magic

Fathoms O’ Fun Festival taking place March 4, 4 p.m. at Christian Life Center

SK’s Gleason wins 4A state diving title

Senior Jason Gleason wins gold with eighth-highest score in state meet history

The Eagles host pro wrestling night Feb. 25

By Sara Miller Kitsap News Group The Port Orchard Eagles and the Pacific Wrestling Federation are hosting “Pro Wrestling Returns” at the Eagles Club in… Continue reading

Slaughter Co. Brewing hosts fundraiser for humane society

By SARA MILLER Kitsap News Group Slaughter County Brewing in Port Orchard hosted a fundraiser Feb. 15 for the Kitsap Humane Society, raising $296. “We… Continue reading

South Kitsap wrestlers place fifth at Mat Classic

Six wrestlers medaled for the Wolves at the state wrestling tournament

Two South Kitsap wrestlers take second

Sebastian Robles and Mason Eaglin competed in the finals at the Mat Classic

All South Kitsap wrestlers move on at Mat Classic

Eight out of eight wrestlers move on to Saturday to compete at the Mat Classic.

South Kitsap school board to give construction bond talk a rest

In the wake of South Kitsap School District’s bond measure election defeat, board members say voters unwilling to support a second high school

12 South Kitsap wrestlers qualify for state

PORT ORCHARD — In a field of 16 teams, the South Kitsap wrestling team placed second in team action at the regional wrestling tournament at… Continue reading

$172.6 million bond measure comes up short; levy ‘yes’ votes prevail

South Kitsap School District asked voters to approve a school bond to update the safety and security of current schools in the district as well as build a second comprehensive high school. The Feb. 14 special election was the third attempt by the school board, having most recently failed in April.

Kitsap County officials busy counting votes for Feb. 14 election

Ballots are due by 8 p.m. Feb. 14. (Sara Miller/Kitsap News Group)

South Kitsap School District special-election ballots due 8 p.m. Feb. 14

South Kitsap School District is asking voters to approve a school bond to update the safety and security of current schools in the district as well as build a second comprehensive high school. The Feb. 14 special election is the third attempt by the school board, having most recently failed in April.

South Kitsap NJROTC claims first in districts

The South Kitsap NROTC Wolf Battalion competed in its third meet Feb. 11 and won the district title. The Color Guard 1, academics, precision and… Continue reading

Flowers To Go celebrates people’s milestones

By Sara Miller Kitsap News Group Flowers play an impactful role during big moments of our lives. Bouquets send messages that words sometimes can’t. And… Continue reading

Gleason heads to state

By Sara Miller Kitsap News Group Jason Gleason describes himself as an “open book.” It makes sense, seeing that he’s a four-time league champion high-school… Continue reading