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Those who attended the state wrestling meet at the Tacoma Dome Feb. 16-17 witnessed grit and determination rivaling that witnessed by those who watched the… Continue reading
Not long ago, our corner of Washington seemed a peaceful, pleasant place to call home. Our Navy has threatened that peacefulness by expanding their training… Continue reading
Not long ago, our corner of Washington seemed a peaceful, pleasant place to call home
Finally. Some movement has been made to begin the long process of redeveloping downtown Port Orchard. On Feb. 13, the City Council unanimously approved a… Continue reading
The Chinese have banned recyclables. That’s bad news for Washington state’s recycling industry.
Despite rain, about 2,000 folks came to the Kingston Cove Christmas lighting ceremony Dec. 2, according to Chamber Executive Director Colleen Carey. Of those, 47… Continue reading
In a hasty move to “fix” the Hirst ruling, the state Legislature and Gov. Jay Inslee are writing a bad check on our limited water… Continue reading
All natural resources are connected and we are all connected to them, but most of those resources are not being managed as part of a… Continue reading
Mechanical and scheduling problems are a thing of the past, boosters say
The mechanical problems and scheduling snafus are a thing of the past, boosters say.
Generally, the Bremerton PD updates are filled with interesting and sometimes funny anecdotes from the previous week. Not much happened this last week that was… Continue reading
It’s National School Choice Week around the nation.
Former governor is remembered for his bipartisanship.
POULSBO — “The short distance from the 305 intersection to [8th] Avenue, combined with the extra-long distance to cross Iverson [at 8th], is a recipe… Continue reading
Suquamish, our newest ferry, was christened last month at the Vigor Shipyard in Seattle. Members of the Suquamish Tribe sang songs, shared cool gifts and… Continue reading