All gave some, some gave all

Memorial Day weekend event planned at Miller-Woodlawn.

Annexation allowed to continue by Port Orchard

The Port Orchard City Council accepted a notice of intent to annex from the McCormick Woods committee Tuesday evening.

Locals complete basic training

Navy Seaman Recruit Kody A. Jones, son of Racheal D. Jones of Bremerton and Shannon D. Kretz of Toutle, Wash., recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill.

Second graders enter Swear Free Zone

Ms. Hicks second grade class at Crownhill Elementary School complete the sentence: People swear because ...

A souped-up salute to the Armed Forces

Two brothers dedicate lives, checkbooks to honoring those who serve.

Armed Forces Day one of best ever

Mother Nature shone brightly for

A dream come true

Bremerton Marina set to open May 31.

Stennis lays platform for international pilots

USS JOHN C. STENNIS, at sea— The U.S. has been refining naval aviation for nearly a century. Today, the Navy shares its expertise with allied nations.

Democrats endorse Mahan by a hair

Margin a mere six votes over Garrido.

Aiding the transition from military to civilian

OLYMPIA — Military members looking to make the transition to the civilian workforce can now look to the state for help. Earlier this month, the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges approved Worker Retraining funds to help those making the move from military to the civilian world. The program makes veterans eligible for career counseling, job search support and assistance with educational and study skills.

CK gets first Red Cross disaster supply center in county

If another round of floods or the long-predicted monster earthquake should ever hit Kitsap County, the American Red Cross will have at least 650 people covered.



The Bremerton Area Chamber of Commerce has announced t

The Bremerton Area Chamber of Commerce has announced the winners of the 60th Annual American Financial Solutions Armed Forces Day Parade held on May 17. More than 150 entries were featured and judged at this year’s event.

Bremerton seeks state funds to transform downtown

While the landscape of downtown Bremerton has changed dramatically over the past decade, city officials have higher hopes for a completely transformed urban center, which could get a much-needed lift, if the city is successful in its pursuit of state funds.

Former Bremerton Mayor Dawkins, 84, remembered fondly

Those who knew former Bremerton Mayor Maurice “Morrie” Dawkins all agreed that he never met a stranger in his entire life. Dawkins passed away in Poulsbo on Tuesday. He was 84.

Fighting Illini’s Zook drops in on U.S.S. Stennis

It’s not every day a famous person checks aboard a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier; it’s not every day the crew of USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) gets to meet a famous person while underway. Tuesday was a special day for both parties when University of Illinois head football coach, Ron Zook and his staff embarked aboard Stennis for a two-day tour to learn about the ship and meet Stennis’ sailors and Marines.

Bremerton files suit against notorious drug property

Even though the Bremerton City Council passed a chronic nuisance property ordinance earlier this year, the City Attorney’s Office filed suit in Kitsap County Superior Court to “abate a drug nuisance pursuant to RCW 7.43.010 that is occurring at an apartment building located at 1215 Gregory Way.” City Attorney Roger Lubovich sought a temporary injunction against property owners Larry and Barbara Schwoch at hearing Friday afternoon before Kitsap Superior Court Judge Russell Hartman.