Ballots for the 2016 general election were sent to Kitsap County’s 156,000 registered voters last week.
This year, from Nov. 1-3, Rick Henry is once again vowing not to leave Sugar Shack Espresso for three days to accept food donations, with the goal of raising 4,000 pounds of food for the food bank.
Thanks to the bond voters passed in February for $220 million, the school district was able to add doors to the classrooms, a seemingly small step that is going a long way toward making people feel safer.
At 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 19, at the Jenne-Write Administration Center gymnasium, the public is welcomed to a meeting to learn about the campus project thus far, and the future in store.
More than 100 Hansville residents ate pie, drank coffee and filled the Greater Hansville Community Center to overflowing. They also filled out index cards with their questions for the candidates, which a committee then distilled down to key local issues and gave to moderator Fred Nelson.
On Monday, Oct. 10, 27,601 people registered to vote in Washington via online registration. That broke the record for registration, set only one day earlier when 23,167 people registered online.
While everyone from medical personnel, social workers and public health policymakers struggle to grasp the breadth and threat of the ever-growing opioid epidemic, one particular group has potentially the most to lose.
P.Ink in a national organization that spans the nation. It was started in 2013 in Colorado, and for the first time, studios in Washington state participated in the volunteer effort to give women tattoos to cover scars.
Kitsap Transit has rolled out a more sophisticated, viewer-friendly website design in its effort to present information to the public regarding the fast ferry, passenger-only proposal in time for the Nov. 8 general election.
Nimitz entered the shipyard for its fifth major maintenance period and completed the largest maintenance period without bringing the carrier into dry dock, according to Cmdr. Mark Yates, Nimitz chief engineering officer and Smithfield, Virginia, native.
Go to the American Cancer Society website, www.cancer.org, for information about early detection, as well as information about self-examination, staying healthy and lowering your risk, finding support and treatment, ongoing research and how to get involved.