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NKHS graduation: themes of luck, support and criticism fill grad speeches

Most high school graduations follow a similar ceremonial formula, with the stand out moments coming from the speeches given by select students and faculty. In… Continue reading

Residents sought for county advisory boards

Get involved in local government without running for office

City of Poulsbo wants its fair share from Urbanized County agreement

City seeking to have grant funds set aside

Property values mailed to county owners this week

Assessments will be used to calculate property taxes

Chamber recognizes outstanding SKSD staffers

Kim Miklas and Stephanie Kime win staff awards

Driver pronounced dead after single-vehicle crash last week in Tracyton area

KSCO: vehicle crashed through a guardrail and continued down into a 20-foot ravine

  • Jun 17, 2019
Courtesy of Central Kitsap School District

Cougars pounce toward future careers as class of 2019 receive diplomas

Class of 2019 will be the last graduating class in the old Central Kitsap High School building

Courtesy of Central Kitsap School District
Courtesy of Central Kitsap School District

Trojans charge into adulthood after receiving diplomas

264 students graduated on June 14

Courtesy of Central Kitsap School District

KPHD to host West Sound Care event June 22 in Bremerton

The free event is aimed to connect and educate people living with HIV

  • Jun 17, 2019

Jewel Box Theater kicks off wedding season with a comedy

Kicking off the summer season with a laugh, the Jewel Box Theater presents “Always A Bridesmaid,” a comedic play by Jones Hope Wooten. The production… Continue reading

New conservancy director aims for more community engagement

Nathan Daniel wants to conduct more community science projects with universities and the state

No-contact advisory issued for Kitsap Lake due to potentially toxic cyanobacteria

The public is advised to avoid all contact with the water due to potential health risks

  • Jun 17, 2019
The Poulsbo City Council recently revisited the topic of creating a city administrator position to supplement the executive office. Nick Twietmeyer / Kitsap News Group.

Poulsbo Planning Commission workshops tree clearing ordinance

The planning commission held its first of at least two workshops with the Poulsbo City Council during its June 5 meeting, regarding the development of… Continue reading

The Poulsbo City Council recently revisited the topic of creating a city administrator position to supplement the executive office. Nick Twietmeyer / Kitsap News Group.

New shipyard commander makes history as first woman to hold the job in the country

Capt. Dianna Wolfson was formerly the operations officer at Norfolk Naval Shipyard in Virginia

Kitsap Public Health District issues additional closure to Kitsap Lake due to E. coli

Existing cyanobacteria advisory for Kitsap Lake remains in effect

  • Jun 14, 2019

Man charged with felony assault after allegedly using an aircraft as a weapon

Incident occurred near Apex Airpark in Silverdale where a motorcycle class was being held

  • Jun 14, 2019

Man allegedly suffers dog bites to face after fight with brother over shampoo

Suspect also allegedly fired rifle at woman after she hit a car with a shovel

  • Jun 14, 2019

Kitsap Transit outlines new mobility improvements for OC community

Kitsap Transit will begin serving a new bus stop at the Olympic College Bremerton campus June 17

Kylie Woodrum (left) holds up her diploma with Klahowya principal Jodie Woolf. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Eagles soar into the sunset

Klahowya held its graduation ceremony June 13 at the Kitsap Pavilion

Kylie Woodrum (left) holds up her diploma with Klahowya principal Jodie Woolf. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Los Angeles schools veteran named SK transportation director

Ryan Solchenberger succeeds the retiring Jay Rosapepe