Tyler Shuey

Six songs of protest that still resonate today

As the nation grapples with the continual systemic issues of racial injustice and police brutality, recently magnified by the death of George Floyd on May… Continue reading

 

Chiquiti Fireworks sales boom in absence of organized displays

Tribal stand also introduced a new online pick-up option amid the COVID-19 pandemic

 

Photo courtesy of the Bainbridge Island School District | Construction began on the new Captain Johnson Blakely Elementary, in March 2018.
Photo courtesy of the Bainbridge Island School District | Construction began on the new Captain Johnson Blakely Elementary, in March 2018.

A sweet new treat: Pleasant Beach Donuts thrives despite pandemic

Bainbridge Island’s only donut-devoted shop recently opened for business mid-pandemic

Sourdough Willy’s brings Kingston a new pizza destination

Owner Will Grant also owns That’s A Some Pizza on Bainbridge Island

CKSD virtual graduations honor Class of 2020

The Central Kitsap School District recently held virtual graduations for each of its schools last week, marking the first time outgoing seniors couldn’t congregate with… Continue reading

Bremerton’s Quincy Square project halted until city secures construction funding

Bremerton recently received grant from Department of Commerce, bringing design phase to 90 percent

Silverdale restaurant owner apologizes for confrontation during peaceful protest

One week after confronting a peaceful protester while holding a Taser, J.J. Meland, owner of Silverdale’s Maynard’s Restaurant, recently held a community conversation to apologize… Continue reading

NK, Kingston seniors make the best of virtual graduation

Graduation ceremonies for high school seniors in the North Kitsap School District looked quite different this year due to restrictions on large gatherings resulting from… Continue reading

Attainable island hikes for an approaching summer

As Bainbridge Island slowly reopens for business and operations amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, so are many parks and trails for folks to start getting out,… Continue reading

Demonstrators call for racial justice at Poulsbo protest

The second Call for Justice protest of the week, organized by the Kitsap Equity Race And Community Engagement Coalition (ERACE), took place Tuesday afternoon at… Continue reading

Volunteer responder with NKF&R tests positive for COVID-19

Individual has not been in contact with any other department personnel since March 10

KCSO Corrections Division Officer tests positive for COVID-19

A Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office Corrections Division officer has tested positive for COVID-19 after falling ill with symptoms of the virus. Kitsap County Sheriff Gary… Continue reading

Health officials concerned over lack of tests, funding and ‘likely’ community transmission of COVID-19

Kitsap Public Health District holds special meeting to provide update, concerns for COVID-19

Point-In-Time Count shows increase in Kitsap County homelessness

Preliminary results show a 15-percent increase from the 2019 count

Nine COVID-19 tests for Kitsap residents returned negative

As of Monday morning, the Kitsap Public Health District announced that nine negative results of COVID-19 have been confirmed by the state public health lab… Continue reading

Vinland Elementary gets a visit from a monster truck

Big rig dubbed “Identity Theft” revved its engine and took a couple spins to students amusement

Poulsbo City Council considers canceling July 3 fireworks display

Date would mark one-year anniversary of police shooting that killed Stonechild Chiefstick