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The South Kitsap School District’s board of directors has unanimously voted to return a bond measure to build a new high school in voters on April 26.
With regionals and state approaching, bringing archrivals and the best in the state to compete against one another, South Kitsap head coach Chad Nass says he likes his 14.
The Dragonfly Cinema on Bay Street has found a new owner who has long held a dream to own a theater.
Julie Lee’s sixth-grade class challenged Superintendent Michelle Reid and the SKSD school board members to take part in its Great Kindness Week Challenge and complete as many kind acts as possible.
Coach’s name is synonymous with girls track success.
South Kitsap swim and dive team sent 11 competitors to West Central Districts.
South Kitsap boys basketball faced Yelm in their second to last home game. In a tough battle, the Wolves were victorious 64-53.
Mullenix Ridge Elementary hosted its annual Engineering Night teaching students and parents alike STEM and engineering practices.
The South Kitsap Sports Hall of Fame welcomed 14 individuals and two teams at a banquet held at the Kiana Lodge in Poulsbo Jan. 16.
Second-grade class makes presents to send over seas for soldiers to feel like they’re ‘home for the holidays.’
Students perform classic Christmas hits while sharing their love of sign language.
The South Kitsap boys basketball team looks to make it to the state tournament this year with seven seniors leading the way.
Port Orchard's Clive Stewart produced a solo track, "Burning Buildings," in an effort to unite the community.
South Kitsap wrestling looks to have another successful season ahead; state tournament at Tacoma Dome.
The Spanish immersion program at Burley-Glenwood is unlike anything else in the region, and is already showing progress.
Long-awaited new park named ‘qaqad’ adds welcome public space for area residents.
The atmosphere at the Lighthouse restaurant was friendly and hopeful on Nov. 3, the night of Port Orchard's city elections.
South fell 38-13 to Timberline Oct. 10, but the players and fans never let down.
The unsung heroes of South Kitsap's marching band are much more than just background noise at sporting events.
The Wolves lose a nailbiter to Emerald Ridge 34-30 at homecoming.