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The Kingdom of An Tir: Royalty and peerage

The Kitsap Medieval Faire and the people behind it are gearing up for the 35th faire. The faire is presented by the Kingdom of An… Continue reading

Warriors of An Tir fight for kingdom, fun and friendship

The Kitsap Medieval Faire and the people behind it are gearing up for the 35th faire. The faire is presented by the Kingdom of An… Continue reading

Window art project shares ‘verve and excitement’ of downtown Bremerton

BREMERTON — Downtown Bremerton is home to a lot of businesses, from El Salvadoran food to books, fabrics to soap. But it is also home… Continue reading

Donating blood is ‘an easy way to make an impact’

Throughout the country, someone is needing a blood transfusion every two seconds, said Red Cross spokesperson Natividad Lewis. That means Red Cross must collect about… Continue reading

Bleeding Black Tattoo offers custom tattoos in any style

SILVERDALE — Bleeding Black Tattoo is a new feature in Old Town Silverdale. The tattoo studio opened in mid-January. Specifically, owner Nik Flores said he… Continue reading

Hydros race here for Armed Forces Day

BREMERTON — Kitsap Lake will be closed over the weekend for the 2017 Armed Forces Regatta. On May 20-21, the lake will be used for… Continue reading

‘There’s something for everybody to do’ in the Kingdom of An Tir

The Kitsap Medieval Faire, and the people behind it, are gearing up for the 35th year. The faire is presented by the Kingdom of An… Continue reading

Bridge-to-bridge 5K June 10 benefits Kitsap Rescue Mission

BREMERTON — Kitsap Rescue Mission, the only homeless shelter open overnight for men, women and children in Kitsap County, has opened registration for its annual… Continue reading

Kitsap law enforcement memorial service May 17

BREMERTON — The Kitsap County Law Enforcement Memorial Service is scheduled for 3 p.m. May 17, at Miller-Woodlawn Memorial Park, 5505 Kitsap Way, Bremerton. The… Continue reading

Kitsap Medieval Faire a demonstration of historical arts, sciences and battles

Part one in a series about the Kingdom of An Tir, part of the Society for Creative Anachronism.

Central Kitsap Farmer’s Market opens in Old Town Silverdale

SILVERDALE — The newest farmers market in Kitsap County opened at 3 p.m. May 2 with a ribbon cutting in Old Town Silverdale’s Waterfront Park.… Continue reading

Kilmer: Ethics rules should apply to Congress

BREMERTON — When U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer, D-Gig Harbor, visited Olympic College for a town hall style meeting with students on April 14, one subject… Continue reading

Isaiah Pajimula graduates USAF bootcamp

BREMERTON — AB Isaiah I. Pajimula, son of Allan Pajimula and Grace I. Pajimula,of Bremerton, recently graduated USAF bootcamp on April 28, 2017, from Lackland… Continue reading

CKHS mock crash has a simple message: Don’t drink and drive

SILVERDALE — “The message is simple: Do not drink and drive. And while driving, put your phone away. Do not text and drive.” Central Kitsap… Continue reading

‘Name your price’ sale brings in $700 for Valentinetti Puppet Museum

This story has been updated. BREMERTON — From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 22, the Valentinetti Puppet Museum had a “name your own price”… Continue reading

iLoveKickboxing collecting thousands of pounds of food for CK Food Bank

April 25 update: iLoveKickboxing raised a total of 6,926 pounds of food for Central Kitsap Food Bank, according to owner Dan Fish. “It was a… Continue reading

4/20 celebration at Destination Highway 420 | Slideshow

Annex 420 held a 4/20 celebration, hosted by Destination Highway 420. The celebration, for those 21 and older, included games with prizes, a raffle, food,… Continue reading

Klahowya Secondary School ‘nest’ is growing

SILVERDALE — The community broke ground on April 14 on the Klahowya Secondary School improvement project. “This is an exciting day for all of us,”… Continue reading

Celebrate independent bookstores April 29

Indie Bookstore Day celebrates small businesses in “a place of fellowship with fellow book lovers.”

Kitsap Rocks celebrates one year with park cleanup

BREMERTON — If you’ve been to a local park or just walked down a street in Kitsap in the last year, you might have spotted… Continue reading