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Demonstrators gathered in downtown Seattle on September 21 following the deaths of two young orcas over the past three months. (Karen Eichenberger Lollis, courtesy of the Endangered Species Coalition)

Seattle protest mourns deaths of local orcas

Environmental groups, indigenous tribal members, wildlife advocates and others held a memorial ceremony and protest on Friday afternoon following the deaths of two young killer… Continue reading

 

Safe-driving courses in October, November

Two-day classes will take place in Port Orchard, Bremerton.

 

SKSD board reverts to 6 p.m. meetings

Most meetings take place at SKSD Administration Office.

 

Bremerton man charged with hiring underage prostitute

Prosecutors brought charges Monday against a 45-year-old Bremerton man who police say paid for sex with a 16-year-old, though the man said he did not… Continue reading

  • Sep 25, 2018

NE West Kingston Road to be closed tomorrow evening

A portion of NE West Kingston Road will be closed on Wednesday, Sept. 26 from 6:30 - 7 p.m. NE West Kingston Road, between Lindvog… Continue reading

  • Sep 25, 2018

Port Orchard Police

Drugs, imaginary cash transactions highlight Port Orchard reports.

Port Orchard’s fire hydrants to get flushed

Semi-annual inspections set for Oct. 1-5.

Award-winning pizzaiolo returns to Kingston

That’s A Some Pizza’s Will Grant will be bringing his award-winning pies back to Kingston with the new eatery Sourdough Willy’s. With him, Grant is… Continue reading

Man rescued after spending night in the woods near Poulsbo

Officials said he suffered from hypothermia.

Seven election forums set for Kitsap County

Sessions run throughout October.

Bainbridge Island firefighters work to remove an injured driver from his pickup truck after a two-vehicle crash on Highway 305 on North Bainbridge Monday morning. (Brian Kelly | Bainbridge Island Review)

Morning crash on Highway 305 clogs traffic

Update: As of 10 a.m. Monday, BIPD has stated that the highway is fully open A two-vehicle injury collision on Highway 305 at West Port… Continue reading

  • Sep 24, 2018
Bainbridge Island firefighters work to remove an injured driver from his pickup truck after a two-vehicle crash on Highway 305 on North Bainbridge Monday morning. (Brian Kelly | Bainbridge Island Review)

Kitsap to hold open house for veterans

County program will provide free dental screenings, housing assistance and employment help for service members.

VIDEO: Suquamish Tribe sings gathering song during M/V Suquamish celebration

On Saturday, Sept. 22 Washington State Ferries held a community celebration for the completion of M/V Suquamish. At the event members of the Suquamish Tribe… Continue reading

Arrest Report | Poulsbo Police Department

Poulsbo Police Department calls for service Sept. 1—18 9/01/2018 - Possession: Heroin - SR 305 and Viking Avenue - Malicious Mischief - DV - NE… Continue reading

  • Sep 23, 2018

African children bring vibrant music to Port Orchard church

Youngsters from Uganda entertain, gain experience of a lifetime.

26th District: Three Democrats seeking to reclaim legislative seats

PORT ORCHARD — With evidence of a so-called “Blue Wave” possibly cresting when results of the Nov. 6 general election surface, political candidates from both… Continue reading

M/V Suquamish welcomed to the ferry fleet

Washington State Ferries welcomed everyone aboard for a tour of their newest vessel, the M/V Suquamish, on Saturday, Sept. 22 during a community celebration. The… Continue reading

The Road Report

Selected Kitsap County roadways will be impacted by closures Sept. 24-28.

Man charged after allegedly entering woman’s home

Charges were filed Wednesday, Sept. 19 against a 43-year-old Poulsbo man that allegedly stemmed from a drug-fueled encounter with law enforcement in July as well… Continue reading

  • Sep 21, 2018

City agrees to give Poulsbo Library to Kitsap Regional Library

On Wednesday the Poulsbo City Council voted unanimously (with the exception of councilor Gary Nystul, who was absent) to convey ownership of its Poulsbo Library… Continue reading