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There’s plenty to see and touch at the Bicycle Safety Fair and Bike Rodeo.
Port Orchard Republican incumbent throws support to Marty McClendon of Gig Harbor.
Outcomes from the SK 360 forums are discussion topics at a school board meeting May 23.
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?
Doctors say Amber Lynn James suffered delusions; lawyer enters not guilty by reason of insanity plea
at the North Kitsap High School cafeteria
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
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
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
The event will take place on Saturday, May 19 at Walmart’s parking lot.
Friday, May 18, Viking Fest now in its 50th year kicks off with a jammed packed weekend
The light at the intersection will become a four-way flashing red signal.
Kitsap County auditor Gilmore applauds agreement between Gov. Inslee and Secretary Wyman’s office.
The suspect, 72, is recovering at St. Joseph Medical Center in Tacoma.
Fathoms O’ Fun event is on Saturday, May 26 at Waterfront Park in Port Orchard.
Candidate filings begin Monday, May 14. The filing period runs through Friday.
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
Shovels in hand, Port Orchard civic leaders and state legislators turn dirt to kick off work Friday.
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
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