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All are welcome to this non-profit that offers formal clothes in exchange for food donations to SK Helpline.
On to new adventures: Congratulations to the 536 graduates of South Kitsap High School.
Playing volleyball and softball, taking four AP classes, serving as senior class president and graduating top 10 in her class makes Emma York the Female Athlete of the Year.
Former South Colby Elementary students walked through the halls in their cap and gown to show the current students of their alma mater what hard work can accomplish.
South Kitsap Relay for Life hosted its annual event June 3 and 4.
With school bond off the table until 2017, what options are next for district officials?
“All my hard work, and to know how hard I worked, is better than any medal, any ribbon.” – Albert MacArthur
While getting pelted with "seagull splat", men, children and woman all took part in the Seagull Splat 5K during the Memorial Day festivities.
With state track coming to an end last weekend, the South Kitsap Wolves claim fourth place thanks to the strong efforts of three individuals.
“I want to be known for loving people." — Beautiful Reflections owner, Kerri Creed
Anya Fogel bet out kids all over the state to win second place at National History Day and earn a trip to Washington D.C.
A teacher’s idea and the support of the community brings light to this corner of the world
On May 7, head to Albertsons to donate food for South Kitsap Helpline.
South Kitsap softball fell to Bellarmine Prep 4-2 April 18 but prepare to face off against Timberline.
South Kitsap High School hosted a ceremony for the athletes who signed their national letter of intent to play sports at their chosen colleges.
The Brothers Greenhouses provide a garden oasis with a literary twist.
The Wolves seek to make a name for themselves in first year.
Dance, track and field, girls lacrosse and softball all competed for the Wolves over the weekend.
Brewed Awakening is one coffee shop that will go the extra mile for their customers.
“...these kids see a simple act of kindness as part of daily life...”