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Community remembers influential Navy supporters

Community remembers influential Navy supporters

Helen Miller and Dr. Byron Faber passed away last year, both served in the local Navy League

 

Move it or lose it: Port of Keyport deals with derelict boats

Move it or lose it: Port of Keyport deals with derelict boats

A small crowd gathered in the basement of the Keyport Bible Church for a recent meeting of the Port of Keyport’s commissioners, where discussions surrounding… Continue reading

 

Celebration of life set for Saturday for influential Navy League members
Celebration of life set for Saturday for influential Navy League members
Keyport man arrested in connection with death of two-month-old son

Keyport man arrested in connection with death of two-month-old son

A Keyport man was arrested by Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office deputies Dec. 6 in connection with the death of his two-month-old son. Damien Charles McCarter,… Continue reading

Keyport man arrested in connection with death of two-month-old son
Election 2019 | Get to know the candidates for North Kitsap port commissions

Election 2019 | Get to know the candidates for North Kitsap port commissions

Five candidates have thrown their hats into the ring hoping to serve on port commissions throughout North Kitsap, but in a strange turn of events,… Continue reading

Election 2019 | Get to know the candidates for North Kitsap port commissions
9th annual Keyport Fest draws in youth and car enthusiasts

9th annual Keyport Fest draws in youth and car enthusiasts

All proceeds from festival go toward maintenance of Keyport Parks and North Kitsap High School band

9th annual Keyport Fest draws in youth and car enthusiasts
NUWC Division, Keyport one of five locations nationwide to launch Tech Bridges initiative

NUWC Division, Keyport one of five locations nationwide to launch Tech Bridges initiative

Initiative aims to facilitate better communication and collaboration between Navy and private sector

NUWC Division, Keyport one of five locations nationwide to launch Tech Bridges initiative
Local artists turning storm drains into public art

Local artists turning storm drains into public art

Art for Clean Water event takes place Thursday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in downtown Keyport

Local artists turning storm drains into public art
Vote yes for a sound investment in our community’s future

Vote yes for a sound investment in our community’s future

So many conversations have been happening lately about investments in our community and our future. I think one of the best returns on investment are… Continue reading

Vote yes for a sound investment in our community’s future

Navy reports sewage discharge near Keyport

Spill volume and health impacts unknown; investigation underway

Keyport trumpeter celebrates 96th birthday

Keyport trumpeter celebrates 96th birthday

Yvonne McAllister has been playing since the Jazz Age

Keyport trumpeter celebrates 96th birthday
After 23 years, ‘Taps’ sounds for NUWC Keyport’s Pearl Harbor, POW/MIA Day commemorations

After 23 years, ‘Taps’ sounds for NUWC Keyport’s Pearl Harbor, POW/MIA Day commemorations

KEYPORT — After almost a quarter century, Naval Undersea Warfare Center-Keyport is sounding “Taps” for its POW/MIA and Pearl Harbor commemorations. Last year, only two… Continue reading

After 23 years, ‘Taps’ sounds for NUWC Keyport’s Pearl Harbor, POW/MIA Day commemorations
Capt. Willis W. Bradley (1884-1954), a Medal of Honor recipient, twice senior officer at Keyport, governor of Guam and member of Congress. (U.S. Navy/Public domain)                                 Capt. Willis W. Bradley (1884-1954), a Medal of Honor recipient, twice senior officer at Keyport, governor of Guam and member of Congress. (U.S. Navy/Public domain)

Medal of Honor recipient’s name lives on at NUWC Keyport

Willis Bradley served as base C.O., governor of Guam, member of Congress

Capt. Willis W. Bradley (1884-1954), a Medal of Honor recipient, twice senior officer at Keyport, governor of Guam and member of Congress. (U.S. Navy/Public domain)                                 Capt. Willis W. Bradley (1884-1954), a Medal of Honor recipient, twice senior officer at Keyport, governor of Guam and member of Congress. (U.S. Navy/Public domain)
A child and caregiver create a hydraulic lift at Summer STEAM at the Naval Undersea Museum in 2016.                                Photo courtesy of the U.S. Naval Undersea Museum

Summer STEAM a way to introduce science on school break

KEYPORT — Summer STEAM returns to the U.S. Naval Undersea Museum starting July 5. This weekly program enables students in kindergarten through 12th grade and… Continue reading

A child and caregiver create a hydraulic lift at Summer STEAM at the Naval Undersea Museum in 2016.                                Photo courtesy of the U.S. Naval Undersea Museum
Central Kitsap High School marching band continues 11-year tradition

Central Kitsap High School marching band continues 11-year tradition

Seventy-six band members marched down the country lane, with kids and dogs and curious folks following along right behind.

Central Kitsap High School marching band continues 11-year tradition
Naval Base Kitsap here to stay

Naval Base Kitsap here to stay

PORT ORCHARD — “Our missions, the importance of what we do (means) we’re going to be here for decades,” Naval Base Kitsap Commanding Officer Edward… Continue reading

Naval Base Kitsap here to stay