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Senator Christine Rolfes speaks with Kitsap County residents in Kingston ahead of the 2020 legislative session. Nick Twietmeyer / Kitsap News Group

Rolfes talks transportation funding in the wake of I-976

On Dec. 2, Senator Christine Rolfes of Washington’s 23rd Legislative District met with her constituents at the Village Green Community Center in Kingston to hear… Continue reading

Senator Christine Rolfes speaks with Kitsap County residents in Kingston ahead of the 2020 legislative session. Nick Twietmeyer / Kitsap News Group

Suquamish Tribe celebrates 150th Anniversary of the founding of Seattle

The Suquamish Tribal Council adopted a proclamation recognizing the 150th Anniversary of the founding of the City of Seattle on Dec. 2, 1869. The proclamation… Continue reading

Vikings await the Lucia Bride’s lighting of the Julefest bonfire at Muriel Iverson Williams Waterfront Park. File photo

Poulsbo holiday tradition returns Saturday

While for many, Thanksgiving is the mark of the start of the holiday season, for Poulsbo its Scandinavian bazaar, Julefest bonfire, and the procession of… Continue reading

Vikings await the Lucia Bride’s lighting of the Julefest bonfire at Muriel Iverson Williams Waterfront Park. File photo

Bay Street to go ‘full Santa’ on Saturday

Festival of Chimes and Lights takes its 21st bow

Village Greens Golf Course wins Community edg3 Award

Bothell shoe company wins grand-prize award from Kitsap Bank

Bremerton Councilmember Leslie Daugs announces run for legislature

Rep. Sherry Appleton recently announced her plans for retirement at the end of her term in 2021

<em>Seattle Cancer Care Alliance Peninsula is at 19917 Seventh Ave. in Poulsbo.</em>
                                Photo courtesy of SCCA

Seattle Cancer Care Alliance expanding services in Poulsbo

Seattle Cancer Care Alliance is expanding its services and care options at its Poulsbo location. SCCA Peninsula began as a state of the art radiation… Continue reading

<em>Seattle Cancer Care Alliance Peninsula is at 19917 Seventh Ave. in Poulsbo.</em>
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Photo courtesy of Patty Pace
                                These students from Patty Pace’s second-grade class last year at South Colby Elementary gathered in a circle to exhibit the true meaning of kindness and how it spreads in an interconnected way.

Rocks, water and the ripples

Second-graders learn how kindness can spread like ripples in the water

Photo courtesy of Patty Pace
                                These students from Patty Pace’s second-grade class last year at South Colby Elementary gathered in a circle to exhibit the true meaning of kindness and how it spreads in an interconnected way.

Patience and style is the key for local leathercrafter

Main designer and creator Will Webb started Rainier Leather Company back in January

Kilmer queries first-responder agency leaders about mental health issues

Leadership says PTSD has become a ‘retirement disease’

Poulsbo swim team expands to Olympic Aquatic Center

The Poulsbo Piranhas swim team has expanded its competitive swim program to the Olympic Aquatic Center in Bremerton. The Piranhas is a USA Swimming year-round… Continue reading

City Council, mayor to scour for holiday spirit

The public is invited to ride along Dec. 16

Silverdale tree lighting kicks off Christmas season in Central Kitsap

Parents and their children came out Saturday evening to witness the arrival of Santa Claus and to signify the start of the Christmas season with… Continue reading

Warren Ave. Bridge pedestrian improvements delayed by I-976

Local project is one of many statewide projects being postponed

Woman arrested after allegedly stabbing boyfriend in the back

Victim reportedly required surgery for a significant stab wound to his upper-left back

The front to the new McDonalds on Viking Ave sustained some minor damage after a driver hopped the curb when pulling into a handicap space.

Driver puts a dent in new McDonalds

At about 9:30 a.m. on Nov. 25 a driver put a bit of a dent in the brand new McDonald’s on Viking Way. According to… Continue reading

The front to the new McDonalds on Viking Ave sustained some minor damage after a driver hopped the curb when pulling into a handicap space.

Shipyard launches workplace harassment and discrimination campaign

The C.A.R.E. pledge campaign stands for character, action, respect, and engagement

More than half of SK’s seniors overlook post-grad financial aid

With new jobs requiring training, there’s urgency in getting students to fill out paperwork

Whispering Firs Stormwater Park named ‘top project’ by Storm Water Solutions

Park opened in June and was transformed from a vacant trailer park to a multi-functional space