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BREMERTON — A horde of orange T-shirts and aprons descended on the Kitsap Rescue Mission on Nov. 10, and there were smiles to go around.… Continue reading
POULSBO — The proposal to enlarge the Poulsbo Port District’s boundaries to match those of the City of Poulsbo was losing by a vote of… Continue reading
More often than not, officers find ways to de-escalate potentially lethal situations
BREMERTON — On Nov. 5-6, over 100 volunteers participated in the cleanup and identifcation of the gravesites for more than 560 veterans in Ivy Green… Continue reading
Drawing on personal memories, official records, local histories, photos and cartoons of the day, and back issues of our Kitsap newspapers from that period, our staff will give you a glimpse of that long-ago war as seen through the eyes of those earlier Kitsap residents.
Kenneth Warren Dugan joined the U.S. Army in 1941. He served 44 months in the South Pacific during World War II and was a survivor of the attack on Pearl Harbor. He was honorably discharged on May 29, 1945.
BUSINESS BOOMS After the terrible years of the Great Depression, business was booming on the Kitsap Peninsula thanks to the Puget Sound Navy Yard and… Continue reading
BROWNSVILLE — A woman on a boat at Brownsville Marina complained of “feeling ill” and being in “physical distress” and was transported by ambulance to… Continue reading
The port will replace the seawall and repair its boat ramp, according to Port Manager Brad Miller. The city will install a bioswale and repave with pervious (in port’s area) and impervious materials (rest of lot up the hill), he said.