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By Emma Epperly WNPA Olympia News Bureau Addressing the need for a new airport and encouraging the growth of the aviation profession was the topic… Continue reading
WNPA Olympia News Bureau Some convicted of misdemeanor marijuana possession may be able to apply to have the crime vacated from their records. Individuals would… Continue reading
WNPA Olympia News Bureau Democrats are pushing to fund a program that would give Washington high school graduates access to state student loans at a… Continue reading
Accumulations from the weekend storm have already reached 11 inches in some places, and there is more on the way
Dealers and ranges would be required to display warning signs for lead ammo
A number of Kitsap Transit bus routes have been affected by the arrival of a winter snow storm. In an alert sent out Friday, Kitsap… Continue reading
90.3 percent of participating children meet grade-level reading standards
Active shooter incident training aims to save lives
On Wednesday Kitsap County commissioners voted to approve an emergency ordinance instituting interim zoning restrictions for less restrictive alternative housing (LRA’s) for sex offenders. In… Continue reading
Tiny houses are a trendy new housing option that is often considered affordable — however, zoning requirements and other laws make them difficult to legally… Continue reading
Poulsbo officially celebrated Scandinavia’s indigenous people, after mayor Becky Erickson declared Feb. 6 Poulsbo’s Day of the Sámi People. The Sámi homeland encompasses large parts… Continue reading
WNPA Olympia News Bureau A package of bills aimed at reforming eviction practices were considered in the House Civil Rights and Judiciary Committee this week.… Continue reading
Investigators were still trying to determine the cause of a blaze at a Naval Ave. duplex Thursday morning.
The heaviest snowfall is anticipated Friday night, according to the National Weather Service.
School district officials schedule release ‘out of an abundance of caution.’
Spencer Uber, Terrance Billy and Spc. Jordan Murray will be honored by the Central Kitsap fire department for heroic acts on Jan. 10.
Service organization’s fundraiser to feature comic Susan Rice.
Lawmakers seek privacy protection for agency employees