Illahee repair work could begin in September — permit permitting

Heated discussion filled the Brownsville Elementary School library Wednesday night. Central Kitsap Commissioner Josh Brown and Kitsap County Public Works Design Manager Dick Dadisman, along with other county officials, hosted a community meeting with about 60 concerned Illahee residents earlier this week to discuss the Illahee Road repair schedule.

WSF to add ‘light’ improvements to Bainbridge intersection

Commuters returning to Bainbridge by ferry will face retooled terminal access. The new traffic signal at the intersection of State Route 305 and Harborview Drive is set to come online as part of a package of improvements Washington State Ferries installed to make the congested intersection safer and more efficient.

Guterson goes into the woods with “The Other”

Esteemed local author will give reading and

Ten times the success for King’s West

KW track and field brings home 10 state medals.

What’s on Exhibit

Eileen Schneegas’ featured exhibit this month at the old town Silverdale Fine Arts Gallery is something a bit out of the ordinary.



Age shouldn’t be issue for McCain in Presidential race

One of my favorite Hollywood stories was the time some director or some such wanted or needed to know Cary Grant’s age so he sent the actor a wire: “How old Cary Grant?”

B-Town’s fastest foursome seeks state title

School record already in books, 400-meter relay now looks higher.

Lord’s Diner back in business

Weekend homeless feeding program thankful to the community.

Springing into fashion’s finest

BHS students host ‘Spring Fashion Show.’

Think global, eat local

Let’s start with the statistics.



A Mother’s Day wish for my loving wife

Admittedly the days leading up to Mother’s Day have been more hectic than everyone hopes to have as they prepare to honor the most important ladies in their lives, their mother and their wife; so here’s a Mother’s Day tribute to the woman who makes my crazy, topsy turvy life complete.

Ms. Wheelchair America 1997 gives ‘Dare Not To Swear!’ advice

“Dare Not To Swear!” — what a bold and courageous declarative statement.

Duchemin/Jacobson to wed

Alex Duchemin and Benjamin Jacobson are pleased to announce their engagement and upcoming marriage.


MAY FEST: The Bremerton Urban Garden Society will be hosting its fifth annual May Fest, the wildly popular gardening event at Evergreen Park, where folks can get their questions answered about all things gardening. The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 10 in the parking lot of Seaside Church, at Evergreen Park.

Cinderella’s slipper two-steps into Admiral

Comedic flair will meet famous fairy-tale as the Peninsula Dance Company readies for its latest performance, “Cinderella,” beginning May 10 at the Admiral Theatre in downtown Bremerton.

King’s West thespians set to showcase talents

The whirlwind of life often blows our simple moral values out the door, swooping them away in politics, money and the daily grind, clouding what’s really important.

Lord’s Diner ready to reopen

After being forced to close more than a month ago, the Lord’s Diner appears ready to reopen its doors, possibly as early as May 10.

Marvin’s Hawks hanging with best

After falling behind 2-0 in a best-of-seven first-round playoff series against the Boston Celtics, Marvin Williams and his Atlanta Hawks teammates scratched and clawed, flying to two consecutive home victories to even the series 2-2.