Bainbridge Island

Meet Port Orchard’s fuzzy new politicians at Aug. 29 ‘Kitty Hall’

PORT ORCHARD — From 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Aug. 29, there’ll be all new politicians in the Port Orchard City Hall, and though they… Continue reading

Authorities ID eight police officers involved in fatal shooting in Eagle Harbor

BAINBRIDGE ISLAND — The eight police officers who were involved in the fatal shooting of Robert D. Yeiser were identified by their respective police departments… Continue reading

Gunman shot, killed on boat in Eagle Harbor

An officer shot and killed a gunman at about 1 a.m. July 9, ending a four-hour standoff

Pile on the memories: Flipping flapjacks is Fourth of July tradition

For some, Bainbridge’s Fourth of July Pancake Breakfast is simply an opportunity to eat some breakfast while benefiting high school sports, but for many others… Continue reading

Celebrate the Fourth of July around Kitsap County

It doesn’t matter what part of Kitsap County you live in, there’s a Fourth of July celebration nearby. Bremerton begin the Fourth of July weekend… Continue reading

Bainbridge Island Museum of Art presents ‘Women in Photography’ | Kitsap Weekly

“You can’t tell the sex of the photographer by the photograph. A camera image is either good, bad or mediocre.”— Laura Gilpin BAINBRIDGE ISLAND —… Continue reading

Congratulations, Class of 2017 | In Our Opinion

(Editor’s note: Some commencement locations and times are incorrect in the print version of this editorial. They are correct in this version.) Hundreds of students… Continue reading

Newsletter offers a window into 1940s island life | Kitsap Weekly

Along with the contracts to build minesweepers in 1943 came money to publish a professionally written and photographed newsletter. Aptly named “The Minesweeper,” it was… Continue reading

How we might mitigate our own carbon footprint

Again, there has been another bewailing of the “dangers of climate change” that is devoid of any analytical analysis of our own carbon footprint and… Continue reading

Verda Averill, former publisher of the Bainbridge Island Review and North Kitsap Herald, dies

First woman to serve as president of state association; among first U.S. journalists to visit China

The miracle of the ‘Great Give’

More than $1 million expected to be donated May 2 for Kitsap non-profits

These teachers are tops: 19 honored by Delta Kamma Gamma chapter

POULSBO — Nineteen Kitsap teachers and paraprofessional instructors were recognized as 2017 Outstanding Educators at an awards ceremony and reception on March 21 in the… Continue reading

Celebrate independent bookstores April 29

Indie Bookstore Day celebrates small businesses in “a place of fellowship with fellow book lovers.”

System of property assessment is flawed

For 2017, we were hit with a large property assessment increase. We challenged and discovered that the assessor made an $84,000 mistake. The challenge took… Continue reading

Systemic problems in system of property assessments

Last year, my wife and I were the lucky winners of a 221-percent property assessment increase. We decided to appeal and I set out to… Continue reading

Resist government that threatens

When the Women’s March on Washington took place two weeks ago, around 3 million people marched worldwide. This is not normal. We have a responsibility… Continue reading

About that ‘legacy of destruction’

Indeed, Mr. Jackson, President Obama “leaves the White House with a legacy of destruction” (page A5, Jan. 13 North Kitsap Herald). The U.S. car industry… Continue reading