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Succeeds Russell Steele, who retired after helping guide 17 years of economic growth
Dr. Schoepflin’s Port Orchard team is joining with VFW Post 2669 to provide dental services to vets.
In spite of past turmoil, owners are happy to be back on Bay Street
The financial institution is ranked seventh-largest midsize corporate philanthropist in state.
The nonprofit making way for new items.
10 patents have been awarded to Capstone Design students since the program’s inception in 2012
If we own a business or work for one, we all have a “why.” Do you know yours?
The Puget Sound Business Journal published its 2018 Book of Lists on Dec. 29. Kitsap County is well represented.
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 Vibe Coworks as founding member POULSBO — Western Washington University on the Peninsulas is the latest to join the founding members of Vibe… Continue reading
Keiser: ‘Even now, in 2018, sanitation is still a dangerous profession’
Patrons fill their bellies with food and their souls with music
New Port Orchard consignment and boutique business has sister location in North Carolina
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
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
This feature leads our regular coverage of entrepreneurship and innovation in Kitsap.
BREMERTON – Deadline is March 10 to apply for a scholarship from A-1 Auto Transport. Three scholarships worth $1,000, $500, and $250 will be awarded.… Continue reading