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Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue responded Friday morning.
St. Nick and his band of SKFR volunteers will make stops throughout December.
Da’Shawn Jackson pleaded guilty to robbery and kidnapping after trying to steal a truck on March 7. Police said a two-year-old was inside.
26th Legislative District Democrat now has an 88-vote lead.
Port Orchard musical production runs through Dec. 16
This article is part of our Learning to Survive series.
PORT ORCHARD — During the Port Orchard Chamber of Commerce luncheon on Nov. 8, two deserving South Kitsap School District employees were recognized with Star… Continue reading
No-contact advisory issued.
Agate Pass Bridge will be completely shut down to traffic for construction work each night — Sunday through Thursday (and into Friday morning) — between… Continue reading
ShareNet is opening its doors this Friday, November 16, to those needing assistance in placing Thanksgiving dinner on the table. “Average for the past 10… Continue reading
The city celebrates this little warrior with his own special day
First-time candidate Emily Randall and businessman Marty McClendon are separated by fewer than 100 votes as of Wednesday.
“They finished this morning,” spokesperson Michele Laboda said. “Now they’re resting.”
Store trespass and an exposed deer
Republican ending 18 years representing 26th Legislative District
Runaway hogs spotted on Stottlemeyer Road, reunited with owners.
Daryl Daugs, the husband of Bremerton city councilor Leslie Daugs, led the local housing nonprofit for six years.
The occasion marked the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I.
Gateway Eagles Elementary School in Poulsbo held a Veterans Day chapel in honor of service members. During the event Jeff Mitchell — who served eight… Continue reading