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BREMERTON — When Marthita May, former family services director and co-founder of Kitsap Immigrant Assistance Center, stepped down from the role, Annika Turner, once an… Continue reading
Josephine’s 2nd Chance Prom donating proceeds to Camp to Belong of Washington and The Coffee Oasis.
Commissioners seeking public input on whether they should send out requests for qualifications.
This week, Officer Kent Mayfield, who is still recovering from gunshot wounds received Dec. 17, received a wonderful note of encouragement from a young man… Continue reading
Wayne Ayers’s circumstances instilled in him a sense of generosity, and a belief in himself
Completed studies in bookkeeping, clothing design; created costumes for community theater
No info yet on injury or cause of fire
‘It’s an honor to be a part and to celebrate and to speak truth’
Lawyer says lower court decision could affect other faiths
Not one to sit in the office, Burchett makes a point to be among the people he’s leading
10 patents have been awarded to Capstone Design students since the program’s inception in 2012
Kitsap County will be counting the number of unsheltered homeless Jan. 23-26.
To support, and increase awareness
City received $300,000 grant from U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
BREMERTON — Ten years ago, Kitsap Mental Health reached out to Kiwanis clubs in Kitsap County and asked them to buy socks to donate to… Continue reading
BREMERTON — Tony Hillman, controller for Habitat for Humanity, was appointed Jan. 10 to complete the City Council term of Greg Wheeler, who became mayor… Continue reading
Participated in standoff at Malheur Wildlife Refuge
Miss Poulsbo, Miss Kitsap, Miss Silverdale win scholarships and commit to a year of service
‘The top priority is to get the police chief hired’