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Kilmer roundtable: Working to modernize Congress for the 21st century

Congressman says select committee making strides to achieve bipartisanship

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City asks residents to use online services

City of Port Orchard staffing is reduced due to COVID

  • Sep 1, 2021
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10 Kitsap County Jail inmates test positive for COVID-19

This is the second outbreak since the start of the pandemic

  • Aug 30, 2021
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Volunteers help spruce up new emergency shelter grounds

Community organizations partner to ‘adopt’ the Port Orchard property

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Crash kills woman in Poulsbo

A 68-year-old woman was killed in a crash in Poulsbo Saturday. The crash occurred around 4 p.m. at the intersection of Highway 305 and Hostmark… Continue reading

  • Aug 30, 2021
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Kitsap Health District’s medical officer speaks at CK Community Council meeting

Dr. Gib Morrow will give a COVID-19 update during Zoom meeting

  • Aug 30, 2021
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Diners once again need to don masks

Restauranteurs have varied opinions about the governor’s directive

  • Aug 29, 2021
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Kilmer roundtable: The Afghanistan upheaval and tragedy

Congressman condemns Afghan suicide bombing, asks for support for U.S. troops

  • Aug 28, 2021
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M’s honor 2 from Poulsbo

Leaders of the Poulsbo Fire Community Assistance, Referral, and Education Service (CARES) team were to be honored by the Seattle Mariners as part of the… Continue reading

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Viking Way to be closed for resurfacing starting Monday

Heads up for North Kitsap commuters, parts of Viking Way in Poulsbo will be closed for resurfacing Monday through Thursday. Starting at 7 a.m. Aug.… Continue reading

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Concerns expressed about how Kitsap County prioritizes housing services

With a high need for services and not enough funding, service organizations worry about equity

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Daily asks court to appeal SKSD board decision

Summons and complaint by school board director alleges inaction on the part of the board

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New face mask directive issued for Kitsap County by KPHD

A fifth wave of increased COVID-19 transmission has driven new directive

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The results are in!

2021 Readers’ Choice: Best Kitsap Bremerton and Central Kitsap

  • Aug 27, 2021
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Close to 300 people lined the sidewalks around Gateway Fellowship Church in protest of Joseph Backholm, who was invited to speak on Critical Race Theory. Courtesy Photos

Protest at Poulsbo church over anti-LGBTQ speaker

Gateway Fellowship Church in Poulsbo is an integral part of the community. Its parking lot hosts the Farmers Market, its building serves as a warming… Continue reading

Close to 300 people lined the sidewalks around Gateway Fellowship Church in protest of Joseph Backholm, who was invited to speak on Critical Race Theory. Courtesy Photos
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How to drive around a roundabout

As an adjective, “roundabout” means “not following a short, direct route.” Don’t treat a traffic roundabout as an adjective. Roundabouts aren’t new, but they’re fairly… Continue reading

  • Aug 27, 2021
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<em>Three of the options presented to the PERC committee for design. </em>
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PERC committee selects architect, hears design ideas

The steering committee for the Poulsbo Event and Recreation Center doesn’t know what it’s going to look like, but it knows what it won’t look… Continue reading

<em>Three of the options presented to the PERC committee for design. </em>
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Suquamish Elder Marilyn Wandery presides over ceremonies at Chief Seattle’s gravesite in Suquamish at the opening Chief Seattle Days events on Saturday. (Photo by Jon Anderson/Courtesy of Suquamish Tribe)

Suquamish Tribe holds scaled-down Covid-conscious Chief Seattle Days

The Suquamish Tribe recently held a scaled-down version of its Chief Seattle Days celebration due to increasing cases of COVID-19 in Kitsap County. The celebration,… Continue reading

Suquamish Elder Marilyn Wandery presides over ceremonies at Chief Seattle’s gravesite in Suquamish at the opening Chief Seattle Days events on Saturday. (Photo by Jon Anderson/Courtesy of Suquamish Tribe)
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A Derek Kilmer roundtable discussion

6th District congressman champions a fix for Gorst interchange mess, help for distressed communities and funding fish culverts

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Prioritizing student success in all areas

How an alternative high school attempts to re-engage kids during pandemic

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