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When people hear the term “fallout,” they usually think of windborne nuclear particles. But for avid birders, an avian fallout is more electrifying than radioactive… Continue reading
The clock has sprung forward, the sun is finally up when I drive to work and it occasionally stops raining. I even need to wear… Continue reading
Mrs. Muir’s House ~ Teas and Treasures owner Chris Wingren recently took a trip to Birmingham, England to the Spring Fair Gift Show to see… Continue reading
We are excited to share that we’re about to cross the finish line on the Village Green Foundation’s Capital Campaign. To help ensure this outcome,… Continue reading
If you are a business owner, a key objective is to establish your brand in the market you serve. You do this through advertising and… Continue reading
A very special Tuesday Talk is on the horizon, given by Hansville’s popular weather guru, Greg Johnson. Also, in case of really terrible weather or… Continue reading
Perhaps you’ve been noticing new blue collection bins around. These support the safe disposal of unwanted and expired prescription medicines. Based on some recent Facebook… Continue reading
Food collected benefit the South Kitsap Helpline Food Bank.
Orphan: A person without protective affiliation or sponsorship (Dictionary.com) The aging of the Baby Boomer generation has led to a silver tsunami of “elder orphans.”… Continue reading
Gratitude manifests in forms beyond a “thank you” and arises more often than not from our volunteers themselves and the community we serve. Have you… Continue reading
BREMERTON — Chief Gunner’s Mate John “Dick” Turpin may have died more then 50 years ago, but his memory and sacrifice has not been forgotten.… Continue reading
BANGOR — “Marriage and family readiness ultimately equates to mission readiness,” said Scott Radetski, Chaplains Religious Enrichment Development Operation (CREDO) subcontractor. “CREDO is about more… Continue reading
Bad weather expected on Saturday, so plans have been delayed.
The readings will begin at 7 p.m. and will be followed by an open mic session. All are welcome to come to the mic and… Continue reading
The event is sponsored by Soroptimist International of Port Orchard.