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If you don’t know who Bob Ferguson is, you’d better find out.
Much of the talk of tariffs and trade wars has centered on the Trump administration’s decision to pursue increased taxes on some international supplies of… Continue reading
Property tax and car tabs issues are likely to be campaign fodder this fall.
“4 the Kids-Kitsap” is a group of Kitsap County retired teachers and concerned citizens, formed since the Parkland school shooting, to connect with local high… Continue reading
Two little girls wearing life-jackets, heading down C-Dock with their Mom and Dad: a familiar sight in the Port of Poulsbo Marina. The girls’ father,… Continue reading
A once agrarian country, Ireland now is a high-tech mecca where tourism leads the way.
All 98 seats in the House and 25 seats in the Senate are up for election.
Kingston Middle School & High School were proud to host this year’s Olympic Music Educators Association Solo and Ensemble Contest
On Feb. 24, Kingston Middle School and Kingston High School were proud to host this year’s Olympic Music Educators Association (OMEA) Solo and Ensemble Contest.… Continue reading
Funny how things change in Olympia at the turn of a calendar year.
Students will walk out of schools on March 14 to protest gun violence. We support the walkout.
The next Port Commission meeting is planned for 7 p.m. March 1.
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.