Business

Learn about Bitcoin, Blockchain on Feb. 20

What will these technologies mean to your life?

 

Lesli Dullum-Tutterrow

Creating the right kind of conflict | Lesli Dullum-Tutterrow

In most business environments, you have people with differing experience in dealing with conflict

 

Shiplet is new executive director of Kitsap Building Association

Represents builders, subcontractors and related service providers

 

Need help with tax returns? Assistance is nearby

Free service available in six county towns until April 15.

Longtime hospitality executive Sam Askew returns to Port Madison Enterprises

Succeeds Russell Steele, who retired after helping guide 17 years of economic growth

Annika Creed, 1, gets her first dental checkup at last year’s clinic. Her father, Jeremy Creed, is a Navy Reservist. Creek and his wife, Amy Creed, are owners of Amy’s On The Bay and Sidelines in Port Orchard. They came out to support veterans in the South Kitsap community. (Courtesy photo)

Dental team is giving back to veterans

Dr. Schoepflin’s Port Orchard team is joining with VFW Post 2669 to provide dental services to vets.

Annika Creed, 1, gets her first dental checkup at last year’s clinic. Her father, Jeremy Creed, is a Navy Reservist. Creek and his wife, Amy Creed, are owners of Amy’s On The Bay and Sidelines in Port Orchard. They came out to support veterans in the South Kitsap community. (Courtesy photo)

Carter & Co. hopes to reopen before Valentine’s Day

In spite of past turmoil, owners are happy to be back on Bay Street

Kitsap Bank donating $435,000 to area nonprofits

The financial institution is ranked seventh-largest midsize corporate philanthropist in state.

Assessed value versus market value

Dear Jan: We are buyers, shopping for a home in this crazy market. The prices are going up right before our eyes. We think of… Continue reading

Sidney Art Gallery clearing out old merchandise

The nonprofit making way for new items.

<em>From left, Lexi Higgins, Navi Dhesi, Ryan Sandoval and Sam Hair are partnered together in an effort to earn a provisional patent for their invention.	</em>Michelle Beahm/Kitsap News Group

The big idea: OC program guides engineering students from concept to patent

10 patents have been awarded to Capstone Design students since the program’s inception in 2012

<em>From left, Lexi Higgins, Navi Dhesi, Ryan Sandoval and Sam Hair are partnered together in an effort to earn a provisional patent for their invention.	</em>Michelle Beahm/Kitsap News Group
Lesli Dullum-Tutterrow

Renew your purpose … mission … vision

If we own a business or work for one, we all have a “why.” Do you know yours?

Lesli Dullum-Tutterrow
Olympic College … one of the largest community colleges in Washington.

Statshot: Kitsap County businesses on ‘The List’

The Puget Sound Business Journal published its 2018 Book of Lists on Dec. 29. Kitsap County is well represented.

Olympic College … one of the largest community colleges in Washington.

OC Workforce Development helps students pay for tuition, fees, books, child care

BREMERTON — The Workforce Development & Basic Studies Division at Olympic College has received $1.7 million for student financial support from Washington state and various… Continue reading

WWU joins Kitsap’s newest coworking space as a founding member

WWU joins Vibe Coworks as founding member POULSBO — Western Washington University on the Peninsulas is the latest to join the founding members of Vibe… Continue reading

Senate Democrats push workplace safety for commercial janitors

Keiser: ‘Even now, in 2018, sanitation is still a dangerous profession’

Guitar Café offering culinary and auditory treats

Patrons fill their bellies with food and their souls with music

Danielle Gilchrist, left, with her daughter Aeva and mother Marie Carins in front of Gigi’s Emporium PNW. Together they own Gigi’s Emporium and manage both locations on opposite sides of the country.<em> (Courtesy photo)</em>

At Gigi’s, family comes first

New Port Orchard consignment and boutique business has sister location in North Carolina

Danielle Gilchrist, left, with her daughter Aeva and mother Marie Carins in front of Gigi’s Emporium PNW. Together they own Gigi’s Emporium and manage both locations on opposite sides of the country.<em> (Courtesy photo)</em>
Jan Zufelt

Get to know your homeowners association | Just Ask Jan

Dear Jan: We are selling our home on acreage and moving into town where we will have less property to maintain. We know what neighborhood… Continue reading

Jan Zufelt
<em>Poulsbo Work-Eat-Drink, under </em>
                                <em>construction on 8th Avenue, is on its way to being one of three LEED-certified </em>
                                <em>buildings in Poulsbo.			 </em>
                                Contributed photo

Poulsbo Work-Eat-Drink on its way to being LEED-certified

POULSBO — Poulsbo Work-Eat-Drink, under construction on 8th Avenue, is on its way to being one of three LEED-certified buildings in Poulsbo. LEED, or Leadership… Continue reading

<em>Poulsbo Work-Eat-Drink, under </em>
                                <em>construction on 8th Avenue, is on its way to being one of three LEED-certified </em>
                                <em>buildings in Poulsbo.			 </em>
                                Contributed photo