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Kids tackle bike safety rodeo course

There’s plenty to see and touch at the Bicycle Safety Fair and Bike Rodeo.

 

Sen. Jan Angel

Sen. Jan Angel withdraws from 26th District race

Port Orchard Republican incumbent throws support to Marty McClendon of Gig Harbor.

 

SK 360 | Community engages in conversation over facilities needs

Outcomes from the SK 360 forums are discussion topics at a school board meeting May 23.

 

This photo of an erupting Mount St. Helens has been published and viewed widely on television over the years since the billowing plume dumped untold tons of powered volcanic ash over a dozen states. The photo was posted May 18 — the 38th anniversary of Mount St. Helens’ eruption — on Facebook by Michael S. Keys, whose good friend took the photo of the erupting volcano with his car and hitched motorcycle in the foreground. (posted by Michael S. Keys on Facebook)

May 18, 1980: 38 years ago, a volcanic anniversary of ash, mudslides and devastation from Mount St. Helens

Were you alive then? If so, what do you remember about that milestone day?

This photo of an erupting Mount St. Helens has been published and viewed widely on television over the years since the billowing plume dumped untold tons of powered volcanic ash over a dozen states. The photo was posted May 18 — the 38th anniversary of Mount St. Helens’ eruption — on Facebook by Michael S. Keys, whose good friend took the photo of the erupting volcano with his car and hitched motorcycle in the foreground. (posted by Michael S. Keys on Facebook)
Sheriff’s spokesman Deputy Scott Wilson updates reporters late Oct. 31 about the death of a 9-year-old boy in Bremerton. The boy’s mother is charged with second-degree murder. (Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office / File photo)

Bremerton woman claims insanity in killing of son, 9

Doctors say Amber Lynn James suffered delusions; lawyer enters not guilty by reason of insanity plea

Sheriff’s spokesman Deputy Scott Wilson updates reporters late Oct. 31 about the death of a 9-year-old boy in Bremerton. The boy’s mother is charged with second-degree murder. (Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office / File photo)

Bremerton Armed Forces Day | Saturday, May 19 | parade, panacake breakfast, hero’s barbeque, boothes and more

Tens of thousands of people are expected to attend the 71st annual Armed Forces Day Parade on Saturday, May 19 in Bremerton. Sponsored by the… Continue reading

  • May 17, 2018

Armed Forces Day Pancake Breakfast, Saturday May 19, 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.

BREMERTON — Another year, another annual pancake breakfast to be prepared by the Central Bremerton Lions. Almost nothing has changed for nearly six decades. And… Continue reading

  • May 17, 2018

2018 Bremerton Armed Forces Festival ambassadors named

BREMERTON — The Bremerton Central Lions Charitable Foundation has named five students — Emily Nguyen, John Michael Olson, Emilee Nicolle Perry, Adelyn Grace Ulehla and… Continue reading

  • May 17, 2018

Kids: Bike Safety Rodeo is Saturday

The event will take place on Saturday, May 19 at Walmart’s parking lot.

Hold onto your horns, the Vikings are coming to town!

Friday, May 18, Viking Fest now in its 50th year kicks off with a jammed packed weekend

Tremont-South Kitsap intersection switching signals

The light at the intersection will become a four-way flashing red signal.

No stamp needed: State will pay postage for 2018 election ballots

Kitsap County auditor Gilmore applauds agreement between Gov. Inslee and Secretary Wyman’s office.

State Patrol investigating South Kitsap shooting

The suspect, 72, is recovering at St. Joseph Medical Center in Tacoma.

Seagull calling contest coming up

Fathoms O’ Fun event is on Saturday, May 26 at Waterfront Park in Port Orchard.

Will 26th District become an election battleground?

Candidate filings begin Monday, May 14. The filing period runs through Friday.

Poulsbo City Council: include raises for mayor and judge in 2019 — 2020 budgeting process

POULSBO — Poulsbo City Council voted unanimously to approve the submission of salary increases for Mayor Becky Erickson and Municipal Judge Jeffrey Tolman for consideration… Continue reading

Ground broken, work starts on McCormick Village Park’s Phase II

Shovels in hand, Port Orchard civic leaders and state legislators turn dirt to kick off work Friday.

Ferries hold meeting to discuss long term planning

KINGSTON — About 75 people recently gave up a delightful summer evening to commune with Washington State Ferries officials on the future of the ferry… Continue reading

SR 305 collision in Poulsbo wedges SUV in trees

POULSBO — No serious injuries were reported in a collision which sent a Toyota Sequoia into a group of trees behind a bus stop on… Continue reading