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The Vikings received 23 points from junior guard Raelee Moore in the 59-41 victory.
The land on which Old Mill Park now stands was once owned by Anders and Anna Nelson, who arrived in Silverdale from Seabeck before 1909.… Continue reading
Another season has wrapped up on the pitch in Kitsap County. Klahowya and Olympic both captured league championships, with North Kitsap and Central Kitsap also… Continue reading
“I have a really intense interest in working to move law enforcement forward”
AAA’s Soap for Hope drive benefits YWCA’s ALIVE Shelter
Will become executive director of the Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs
Structure still safe for occupation
By RANDY HUNT | Past & Present Two members of the 1923 Post Office basketball team were brothers Ervin and Walter Berg. The accompanying photo… Continue reading
BREMERTON — Last year, Zachary Darner, 8, and a friend collected 259 toys — more than five times their goal — to donate to children… Continue reading
Central Kitsap School Board, Illahee Port, Silverdale Water, North Perry Water District
BREMERTON — Patricia Sullivan and Kevin Gorman were elected to the Bremerton City Council from districts 1 and 3, respectively, Nov. 7. Michael Goodnow had… Continue reading
BREMERTON — After vetting more than 100 candidates, the Olympic College Board of Trustees narrowed down the list of possible new presidents to six candidates,… Continue reading
CENTRAL KITSAP — Eric Greene and Bruce Richards are on track to win their election races for Central Kitsap School District board of commissioners. Richards… Continue reading
BREMERTON — Bremerton Port District voters had a choice between Axel Strakeljahn and his economic development track record over the last six years; and Robert… Continue reading
The Old Town Pub recently made news when it was reported that Kitsap County declared the building unsafe and set a deadline for it to… Continue reading
Mother charged with second-degree murder
The Klahowya boys and girls teams both advanced to the state meet.
Both the boys and girls teams qualified for the Nov. 4 state meet.
Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office is currently conducting an investigation