Tyler Shuey

Poulsbo City Council considers canceling July 3 fireworks display

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

Christ the King Lutheran School closes over COVID-19 concerns

Student’s extended family member being tested for COVID-19 prompts Silverdale school’s closure

COVID-19, city street maintenance discussed at council meeting

At Wednesday’s meeting of the Poulsbo City Council, discussion topics ranged from the response to a possible COVID-19 outbreak, to the city’s plans to preserve… Continue reading

Three Kitsap residents being tested for COVID-19

Local health district seeking additional funding to prepare for coronavirus response

Bremerton School Board approves first reading of new Naloxone policy

District schools could carry at least one set of doses by the start of 2020-2021 school year

County approves annexation of 93 parcels of property for CKF&R

Senate Bill 5010 allows CKF&R to annex parcels within the fire district’s boundaries

Navy applies to use state parks for special warfare training

Three of 29 state parks referred in the application reside in Kitsap County

Kitsap Rescue Mission reaches first fundraising goal

The group, which operates Kitsap’s only overnight homeless shelter, has raised $171,800

Naval Base Kitsap facilities could house coronavirus patients

If needed, NBK could house 20 patients in one of their lodging facilities

Night to Shine brings top-notch prom experience to persons with special needs

Fifth annual event is sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation and is hosted locally by Newlife Church

Asst. Secretary of Navy visits local naval installations

Lucian Niemeyer addressed environmental, installation concerns

‘It’s going to level the whole playing field’

Innovative prosthetic system making waves in the industry

Pablo Cruise to perform Friday at the Admiral Theatre

Show starts at 7: 30 p.m., doors open at 6 p.m.

Two BSD levy measures to go before voters in special election

Levies would replace existing levies that expire at end of calendar year 2020

Phase two of Ridgetop Blvd project delayed by weather

Crews will resume work once the inclement weather subsides

Courthouse reopened after suspicious package prompts evacuation

The Kitsap County Courthouse was evacuated Friday morning as the Port Orchard Police Department investigated a potential threat to the building, after a suspicious package… Continue reading

Anderson sworn in as commissioner at Bremerton port meeting

Maintenance Lead Ed Draper was recognized for his 32 years of service to the port

Local private school will study Kitsap Lake algae blooms

School project looks to prevent recurrent algal blooms at Kitsap Lake

Video: Bremerton detective appears to pocket cash while serving search warrant

Jeffrey Inklebarger resigned Saturday in lieu of his termination

Seabeck fish barrier removal proposed to DOE

Department of Ecology is currently evaluating project to determine what action may be required