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Wayne Ayers’s circumstances instilled in him a sense of generosity, and a belief in himself
Lucky us, living in a small town. The joys of small-town life are many, but one of the best is the ability to engage in… Continue reading
The scholarship is a $2,000 award for a graduating South Kitsap senior.
Being an author and getting your novel or story published is not an easy job. First, you have to write the whole story — yes,… Continue reading
The winds of change howl when eclipses are waking us up. However, the time from one eclipse to the next one, 14 days later, is… Continue reading
The Wahluke Slope is in a remote and arid section of Washington wine country, an 80,000-acre region that was federally designated as an American Viticultural… Continue reading
Completed studies in bookkeeping, clothing design; created costumes for community theater
Fortieth anniversary reunion set for Bremerton Convention Center
Last week, I was a “yes mom” for a day. I used to be a laid-back in-the-moment parent, especially when I had one child. But… Continue reading
Great nights to help you forget the short days
I caught my first fish when I was 12, sitting in a small boat with my grandpa on a lake in eastern Washington. Something took… Continue reading
Star patterns change like a circle in a spiral and a wheel within a wheel. Each day brings a sunrise and sunset and spring follows… Continue reading
During the short and rainy days of February, it’s noticeably more difficult to keep our energy up. “Maybe tomorrow I’ll trim that tree, rake those… Continue reading
The global phenomenon swirling around Malbec continues to pick up in Washington wine country, too. The red Bordeaux grape is not only a big player… Continue reading
PORT ORCHARD — Eleven contestants will be competing for the right to be Port Orchard royalty this year in the Fathoms O’ Fun pageant. Five… Continue reading
The following history of the Scout Hall, which is owned by the Jackson Hall Memorial Association, is from a history compiled (and neatly hand-written) by… Continue reading
Comedian Rodney Sherwood will headline the fundraiser for the group.
The nonprofit making way for new items.
Public Market to host ‘Searching for Martians’
A very fond memory from my childhood is the arrival of the library bookmobile at the playground of my grade school. It would come at… Continue reading