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Kiwanis honors eight SK Students of the Month

Port Orchard chapter recognizes high school and middle school students at luncheon

 

Woodstove ashes spark Monday night blaze

Avoid similar incidents with safe disposal of ashes

 

Poulsbo approves surplus goods, ILA and lease for cell tower

Multiple items on the Poulsbo City Council’s consent agenda were approved by the council during its Nov. 6 meeting. Among the agenda items was the… Continue reading

 

Family, public respond to footage from fatal police shooting

On Nov. 12 the North Kitsap Herald received another release of documents and body camera footage from the investigators of a July 3 police shooting… Continue reading

City of Bremerton mulls zoning changes to allow homeless encampments

Recent data indicates 58 percent of the county’s unsheltered population is in Bremerton

City of Bremerton assistant attorney charged with third-degree assault and DUI

Casey C. Pence allegedly kicked a state trooper after having a BAC of .224

Investigators release body camera footage from July 3 shooting

On Tuesday investigators with the Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office released body camera footage depicting the July 3 police shooting at Poulsbo’s Muriel Iverson Williams Waterfront… Continue reading

  • Nov 13, 2019

Santa’s on his way to Port Orchard!

Jolly Old St. Nick to hand out treats to good boys and girls

Toys for Tots drop-off is in Port Orchard

Edward Jones office is taking unwrapped gifts

Intermittent night closures slated for Hood Canal Bridge

In preparation for winter storms, the Washington State Department of Transportation will have maintenance crews conducting night training on the Hood Canal Bridge that will… Continue reading

Shipyard welcomes 267 new apprentice graduates

Class represents 24 different trades and maintained an overall class GPA of 3.835

Teen dies after Clear Creek Road collision

King County Medical Examiner’s Office identified the female as Neveah Nicole Hawkins of Silverdale

Christmas tree cutting permits now on sale

Permits cost $5 at Olympic National Forest offices

Agency giving $350 for eligible recycled wood stoves

Some restrictions apply to receive Puget Sound Clean Air Agency reward

Kitsap County honors veterans with Monday ceremony

Program featured guest speakers and Veterans Day rituals

Our enduring thanks

Kitsap cemeteries are hallowed ground on Veterans Day

Great Peninsula Conservancy to host 17th annual Wild and Scenic Film Festival

Event will be held at the historic Roxy Theatre in Bremerton, show starts at 1 p.m.

(photo courtesy of Kitsap Audubon Society)

Kitsap Audobon Society to host Senator Christine Rolfes

Senator Christine Rolfes has been invited as a special guest to the Kitsap Audubon Society meeting on Thursday, Nov. 14 at 7 p.m. in the… Continue reading

(photo courtesy of Kitsap Audubon Society)
<em>Kaliope (Marin Snelson), Tilly (Esther</em>
                                <em>Gleeman), Lillith (Remy Furchtenicht), and Agnes (Grace Schmitt) pose during a rehearsal of “She Kills Monsters.” </em>
                                Ken Park/Kitsap News Group

West Sound Academy to open “She Kills Monsters”

West Sound Academy students will be presenting their production of “She Kills Monsters” a play by Qui Nguyen Nov. 15-17 at the William D. Harvey… Continue reading

<em>Kaliope (Marin Snelson), Tilly (Esther</em>
                                <em>Gleeman), Lillith (Remy Furchtenicht), and Agnes (Grace Schmitt) pose during a rehearsal of “She Kills Monsters.” </em>
                                Ken Park/Kitsap News Group

Capt. Rhinehart talks plans for NBK as new commanding officer

Rhinehart took over command of Naval Base Kitsap in August, replacing Capt. Edward “Alan” Schrader