Tyler Shuey

Courtesy of Central Kitsap School District

Cougars pounce toward future careers as class of 2019 receive diplomas

Class of 2019 will be the last graduating class in the old Central Kitsap High School building

Courtesy of Central Kitsap School District

New shipyard commander makes history as first woman to hold the job in the country

Capt. Dianna Wolfson was formerly the operations officer at Norfolk Naval Shipyard in Virginia

Kitsap Transit outlines new mobility improvements for OC community

Kitsap Transit will begin serving a new bus stop at the Olympic College Bremerton campus June 17

Bremerton Bridge Blast will feature new enhancements this year

An airshow will occur at 8 p.m. before the fireworks display begins at 10:15 p.m.

Bremerton High School seniors bid farewell

248 students graduated Friday night at BHS Memorial Stadium

Bremerton City Council passes ordinance to eliminate single-use plastic bags

Plastic bags less than 2.25 millimeters thick will be banned; ordinance takes effect Jan. 1, 2020

Battle of Midway honored with NBK commemoration

The battle occurred June 3—7, 1942, and was one of our nation’s most significant naval victories

Axe and Arrow Gastropub takes aim at downtown Bremerton

A new gastropub, Axe and Arrow, recently opened on the continually-thriving 4th St. in downtown Bremerton. Owners, Jack Hastings, Tom Lemoine and Jeremy Burke, run… Continue reading

Group areas at the new Central Kitsap Middle School feature large windows, raising questions about security. Tyler Shuey / Kitsap News Group.

CKMS administrators talk new school security enhancements and concerns

CKSD Assistant Superintendent Doug Newell says new school security will take some getting used to

Group areas at the new Central Kitsap Middle School feature large windows, raising questions about security. Tyler Shuey / Kitsap News Group.

Kitsap County passes fireworks restrictions for upcoming months

Forecast predictions show a hotter and drier summer than usual, according to county fire marshal

CKSD approves change orders for Klahowya, Olympic construction projects

The changes will cost the district $148,000

Kitsap Harbor Festival heralds the start of summer boating season

Boaters flock to the Bremerton Marina for live music, entertainment and a beer garden

Suspects identified in March kidnapping and robbery

One suspect told KCSO that the attempted kidnapping and robbery was an act of revenge

Carlisle II from 2017. (Photo courtesy of Kitsap Transit)

Carlisle II foot ferry out of service for several months

M/V Waterman will replace vessel on the Bremerton-Port Orchard route

Carlisle II from 2017. (Photo courtesy of Kitsap Transit)

NK VFW conducting its annual Memorial Monday at noon on the Poulsbo waterfront

Poulsbo Mayor Becky Erickson is expected to speak at the event

Kitsap Transit to operate on holiday service schedule Monday, May 27

Kitsap Transit announced it will be operating on a holiday service schedule Monday, May 27.Routed buses will operate limited holiday service schedules on Monday, May… Continue reading

State ferries and Kitsap Transit assist in kayak rescue

Kayaker Ned Williams suffered from mild hypothermia after being rescued by WSF crews

Ridgetop teacher and Poulsbo resident pursues dream of competing on Jeopardy

Joe Rengstorf qualified for the semifinals of the 2019 Teachers Tournament and went home with $10K

2019 Armed Forces Day Parade Continues its Tradition

This year marked the 72nd consecutive year of the parade

State AG, CHI Franciscan tussle over settlement

CHI Franciscan cites the press release was misconstrued with many omissions