Sophie Bonomi

Farvel, Nordic Maid

Longtime downtown Poulsbo business is closing as owner retires

Relay For Life participants walk for a cure

2017 North Kitsap event raises more than $37,000 for the American Cancer Society

Changing suicide statistics one life at a time | Kitsap Weekly

Listen to Your Art advocates encourage youth to say “yes” to their unfolding future

A culture-bearer returns home | Passages

Evelynne Beatrice Gemmell’s heart was firmly rooted in Suquamish

Celebrating the healing of hearts and the bay

Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe, Pope Resources celebrate the cleanup of the bay

A time-honored tradition

The USCGC Sea Ray’s cannon boomed out 13 times across Liberty Bay

Profile: North Kitsap All Stars pitcher Jayla Moon

North Kitsap’s Jayla Moon is on the mound, staring down another batter. Strike one.

Bainbridge Island Museum of Art presents ‘Women in Photography’ | Kitsap Weekly

“You can’t tell the sex of the photographer by the photograph. A camera image is either good, bad or mediocre.”— Laura Gilpin BAINBRIDGE ISLAND —… Continue reading

Alves retires after 46 years in education

Retiring principal: “I’ve always wanted the kids to end up being good kids”

American Legion hopes essay contest will build better citizens

Five Poulsbo Middle School eighth-graders honored for their compelling essays on the Constitution

‘Reach for Tomorrow’: Hundreds are graduating from area high schools

POULSBO — Seven North Kitsap schools and more than 550 high school and college graduates. West Sound Academy was first to host commencement exercises for… Continue reading

For the thrill of the catch

Jordan Orong prefers rod and reel to video games. And chances are good this 8-year-old angler can outfish you

A conversation with three-time state tennis champion Danya Wallis

POULSBO — On her Facebook page, North Kitsap High School junior Danya Wallis posted a photo of her late father. “It’s been six years since… Continue reading

Kingston Lavender Festival is June 23-25 | Kitsap Weekly cover story

KINGSTON — As the sun begins to peek its bright head out for longer periods of time in the Pacific Northwest, it’s time to find… Continue reading

Vikings win district baseball championship | Playoffs

POULSBO — As Kitsap’s 1A and 2A teams continue in their state championship bids, here’s a look at how the playoff picture is shaping up.… Continue reading

Shield wall at Viking Fest is a test of strength and mettle| Photo gallery

POULSBO – Viking Fest reenactors and visitors tested their strength in a shield wall demonstration May 21 at Muriel Iverson Williams Waterfront Park. These photos… Continue reading

Vikings win district baseball championship | Playoffs

POULSBO — As Kitsap’s 1A and 2A teams continue in their state championship bids, here’s a look at how the playoff picture is shaping up.… Continue reading

Rotary exchange students learn skills for life

Clubs gather for district training and conference May 4-6 at Clearwater Casino Resort.

Kitsap Sexual Assault Center gives clients control of their lives

BREMERTON — If you were an assault victim and your world was turned upside down, where would you turn? Many turn to the Kitsap Sexual… Continue reading

‘The running makes the music’: Vinland music teacher runs the Boston Marathon

POULSBO — Larry Orando, music teacher at Vinland Elementary School, finds musical inspiration in Bach’s “The Art of Fugue” and “Brandenburg Concertos” and enjoys the… Continue reading