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Despair, then recovery through fitness

Savannah Rae is giving back to the community by helping others through fitness

  • Aug 6, 2021
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Area of the proposed boat ramp and point no point from the Army Corps of Engineers website (courtesy photo).

Army Corps of Engineers denies building of boat ramp on Suquamish lands

The Army Corps of Engineers has denied the state Department of Fish and Wildlife’s application to build a boat ramp at Point No Point, citing… Continue reading

Area of the proposed boat ramp and point no point from the Army Corps of Engineers website (courtesy photo).
Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe's new health center is located on its government campus. Courtesy Photo

S’Klallam Tribe celebrates opening of holistic health center

The Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe has opened a new health center on its government campus - the first tribally owned and operated health clinic in… Continue reading

Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe's new health center is located on its government campus. Courtesy Photo
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Controversial use-of-force legislation has agencies uncertain

New law requires officers have probable cause before making an arrest

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NKSD asking public for budget input

The North Kitsap School District is seeking public input on the 2021-22 budget, which is facing nearly a $2 million deficit. In an email sent… Continue reading

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Bob Netzel

‘Vote of confidence’ for Netzel; Nimmons also advances

Results from the Aug. 3 primary election are in and for North Kitsap that means the field has narrowed for Village Green Metropolitan Park District… Continue reading

Bob Netzel
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Kitsap Rescue Mission relocates to Quality Inn

The switch comes after reports of possible resident displacement at Midway Inn

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Sgt. Brandon Myers

Kitsap Dems nominate Sgt. Brandon Myers for sheriff

County commissioners will make final selection to complete retired Sheriff Simpson’s term

Sgt. Brandon Myers
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No close races in primary election; crowded field thinned for November finale

Initial Tuesday night returns for South Kitsap races posted

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Lawsuit alleging sexual harassment and discrimination filed against CKFR

Employee’s suit details allegations of discriminatory comments, practices and denial of promotions

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Dragonfly metamorphosis

Partnership’s theater purchase promises a revitalized arts scene for downtown

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Toll increase is likely for Narrows commuters in October

Beginning Oct. 1, motorists will likely pay 25 cents more when they cross the Tacoma Narrows bridge

  • Aug 3, 2021
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Fundraiser for Coffee Oasis Thursday

Western Red Brewing will be hosting Hops for Housing, a charity event to support Coffee Oasis mission to build housing for youth experiencing homelessness in… Continue reading

  • Aug 2, 2021
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75 new COVID cases confirmed in Kitsap since Thursday

Outbreak of 18 cases at kids summer camp in Poulsbo

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Dunn, Courtesy photo

Bainbridge Island briefs

Not-So-Chilly Hilly For the first time in its history, the traditional kick-off ride to the Pacific Northwest biking season – held on Bainbridge Island for… Continue reading

  • Jul 31, 2021
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Bremerton’s St. Michael Medical Center temporarily closing ER

Emergency services halted at 7 p.m. Friday due to staff shortage

  • Jul 30, 2021
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Back to school vaccination event.

Back to School Poulsbo vaccine event July 31

North Point Church and Peninsula Community Health Services have partnered to host a free back-to-school vaccination event on Saturday. The event will begin at 11… Continue reading

Back to school vaccination event.
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2021 Fathoms royalty get their crowns

Pandemic uncertainties couldn’t dissuade Royalty Court

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Long-awaited modernization project at Manchester Fuel Depot finally started

Work on nearly $200 million project to take nine years to complete

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‘The entire west is burning’

With a worst-ever wildfire season feared this year, here’s what residents should know to keep safe

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