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DeAngel is finding that organization’s program is opening career doors.
Community invited to attend public memorial service 1 p.m. April 8 at Kitsap Golf and Country Club.
The 27th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade draws huge crowds of emerald-clad spectators.
Generation Inspiration sounds a bit like a 1960’s Motown soul group. Though this five-member team isn’t laying down soulful ballads on vinyl, the team does… Continue reading
Includes the men’s basketball team from 1948-49; Dick McKimson, track; and Jill Bekar, basketball.
Tickets are selling quickly for the Kitsap concerts.
OLYMPIA - Washington state high school juniors and seniors with an interest in law enforcement as a career will have an opportunity to spend a… Continue reading
BAINBRIDGE ISLAND — Award-winning filmmakers Melissa Young and Mark Dworkin will present their new documentary, “Plane Truths: Will Our Communities Become Collateral Damage” at 7… Continue reading
Port Orchard event sponsored by Soroptimist International
The month of March seems to be a very busy time for birthdays and publishing dates for some famous authors. The books these authors have… Continue reading
BREMERTON — Left Right Straight started out as a phrase used by the nonprofit’s founder, Sean Delaire, and his friends as they left for an… Continue reading
Through sponsorships, Chelsea and Kyle Pease helped pay for 13 students’ education
Lawrence was chosen to attend the Golden Globes by actress Shailene Woodley for her social activism
Do you know what an “indie bookstore” is? This is the descriptive term that means those bookstores that are independently owned and not part of… Continue reading
POULSBO — As Second Season Home Store volunteers helped Ellen carry in her donation, a beautiful antique dollhouse, filled with tiny, hand-crafted furniture, she told… Continue reading
Being a firefighter means being ready to tackle more than just fires
Bremerton Police Department Weekly Update
Despite failed kidneys, Martha & Mary resident plans on traveling again