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Suquamish chairman attends State of the Union

Leonard Forsman traveled to DC as a guest of Rep. Derek Kilmer to highlight “broken promises” made by the federal government

UPDATE | Body found Tuesday believed to be that of missing teenager

Police said the body found in South Kitsap on Tuesday afternoon is believed to be that of Hevi Muhaz Tahir, a 17-year-old missing since January… Continue reading

  • Feb 5, 2019

Kitsap Severe Weather Shelters activated for Tuesday

Cold weather in the area prompts overnight shelters to open for the second day in a row

  • Feb 5, 2019

Police: Bremerton man arrested after frozen weed heist

A 33-year-old faces burglary charges after an incident on Jan. 31.

  • Feb 5, 2019

New AARP smart driver classes set

Sessions are in Manchester and Bremerton

26th LD lawmakers seek legislation in early weeks of session

Caldier introduces protections from library internet porn; Randall seeking military benefit zones.

Port Orchard in midst of recruiting new police chief

Application period ends at the close of the month.

Lawmaker proposes task force to tackle tax reform

WNPA Olympia News Bureau A proposal by Sen. Bob Hasegawa, D-Beacon Hill, would create a Washington state revenue reform task force to review the state… Continue reading

Gov. Inslee signs off on first law of 2019

WNPA Olympia News Bureau Washington Governor Jay Inslee signed the first bill of the 2019 legislative session at a ceremony in the State Reception Room… Continue reading

Profiled pooch owners may be able to appeal breed-based bans in cities

WNPA Olympia News Bureau Cities that ban certain dog breeds would have to provide an appeal process for owners under proposed legislation that makes exceptions… Continue reading

Community Pride scholarship applications sought

Applicants must demonstrate a vision for the future of South Kitsap.

SKSD classes to resume two hours late on Tuesday

There will be no a.m. preschool and other early morning activities in the district.

Rescue planned for tugboat grounded near Port of Brownsville

“We’re still trying to understand what happened,” said Curtis Allan, a manager with Alaska Logistics.

Kitsap Severe Weather Shelters activated

Cold weather in the area prompts overnight shelters to open

  • Feb 4, 2019

Nonprofit offers down payment help to homebuyers in Bremerton

The city announced a partnership Friday with the nonprofit Community Frameworks to help bridge the gap for qualifying families.

Area schools closed due to weather, fast ferry not operating

Bremerton, South, Central and North Kitsap School Districts announced closures on Monday due to snow

Bremerton, SK schools closed Monday

Olympic College also not operating; transit is on snow routes or halted. No fast ferries Monday.

Senators seek to outlaw dwarf tossing in Washington

WNPA Olympia News Bureau OLYMPIA — A proposed bill would ban the exploitation of dwarfs at commercial establishments in Washington state. Senate Bill 5486 is… Continue reading

  • Feb 3, 2019

Washington State explores new ways to assist homeless college students

WNPA Olympia News Bureau Two proposed bills could give homeless college students free room and board, reduced-price meals and access to short-term housing during seasonal… Continue reading

Volunteers flock to Silverdale Waterfront Park in search of missing 17-year-old

SILVERDALE – Dozens of community members, neighbors and family members of a missing 17-year-old girl gathered at Silverdale Waterfront Park on Saturday to help aid… Continue reading