Bremerton

Calendar from Jan. 26, 2008

SATURDAY 26CPR CLASSES: The American Red Cross serving King and Kitsap counties is sponsoring a free “CPR Saturday for Teens” at Kitsap Mall in Silverdale.… Continue reading

Calendar from Jan. 19, 2008

MONDAY 21CAREER SERVICES: Washington Reading Corps., Americorps program in Bremerton will host a career resource and job recruitment event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.… Continue reading

Calendar from Jan. 12, 2008

THURSDAY 17NAACP MEETING: The NAACP’s Bremerton branch will hold a general membership meeting at 6 p.m. at the African Historical Society at 1200 Park Ave.… Continue reading

Calendar from January 5, 2008

SUNDAY 6OPERA PREVIEW: Seattle Opera Preview “Pagliacci” by Leoncavallo: A fatal love triangle in a small town in Italy will be presented by Norm Hollingshead… Continue reading

Wesley counts into the quiet of Year 5

Local artist Don Wesley’s Counting Series continues, but his gallery will not.

Enjoy the “Dare Not To Swear!” 2nd Annual Poetry Contest Participants from the 4th grade division West Hills Elementary School.

Enjoy the “Dare Not To Swear!” 2nd Annual Poetry Contest Participants from the 4th grade division West Hills Elementary School.

Knights claim first ‘08 win

Port Angeles shut down the Bremerton baseball team, defeating the Knights 10-0 Monday. Bremerton mustered only two hits while committing four errors and PA pitcher Jake Madison received plenty of run support en route to the victory.

Protesters mark war’s fifth anniversary

Group stresses need to bring troops home.

Tracksters sprinting off season’s starting block

King’s West track off and running.

Nobody’s too young for science

Naval Avenue students flex their muscles at March 6 fair.

‘Frozen in Time’

OC photographers display their work at photo show.

First-round success: King’s West shakes state slump

48-30 drubbing of Tacoma Baptist marks first state win since 2003.

‘Oh fiddle sticks, that really hurt …’

Students display eloquence in poetry contest.

Richardson lands sixth in state’s toughest class

Battles Oly’s Borcherding for fourth time.

Patriot readers continue answering editor’s call

Donations flood in as total nears $3,500 mark.

Crackin’ for Chuck’s Kids

Event set for 6 p.m. today at Sons of Norway.

Bremerton’s big top for a day: the Admiral Theatre

Moscow Circus rolls into town for two shows today.

Biz expo dubbed a ‘success’

Plans underway for next year.

‘Building bridges not walls’

Mount Zion pastor committed to community improvement