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As many as 13 vessels could be replaced by 2040. (WSDOT/Courtesy photo)

State plans for increase in Kitsap ferry usage

Ridership on Washington State Ferries is expected to grow by 30 percent by 2040, and that means changes are expected for all Kitsap routes. The… Continue reading

 

‘We stopped counting:’ Former captain of Kingston’s newest ferry recalls evacuating thousands on 9/11

Kingston’s newest ferry, the Finest, no doubt had its finest hour on September 11, 2001, when it carried 4,000 frightened, desperate people, many gravely injured,… Continue reading

 

Kingston fast ferry retrofitting its primary vessel

With the Kingston fast-ferry service to launch later this year, the M/V Finest was announced as the primary vessel in operation.

 

<em>Assorted glass at the Kingston Glass Gallery.			 </em>Tyler Shuey/Kitsap News Group

Kingston Glass Gallery open for Summer

The User Friendly Gallery, Functional and Decorative Glass shop has opened up at the Old Kingston Hotel for the summer of 2018 through Labor Day weekend.

<em>Assorted glass at the Kingston Glass Gallery.			 </em>Tyler Shuey/Kitsap News Group

Kingston demonstrators decry family separation

KINGSTON — As Washington State Patrol troopers handed out boarding slips at the Kingston ferry crossing Sunday, citizens demonstrating against President Donald Trump’s forced separation… Continue reading

GRACE Project Supports Food Banks

In July 2017, the Kitsap Conservation District was awarded a $50,000 grant to grow technical assistance capacity for urban agriculture conservation projects. The awarded idea… Continue reading

Pie in the Park celebration. Thursday, Aug. 16

By Michele Laboda Mark your calendars for the 11th annual Pie in the Park celebration on Thursday, Aug. 16. It’s always been a wonderfully warm… Continue reading

Class of 2018 says goodbye | Photo Gallery

POULSBO — Kingston High School’s seniors celebrated their accomplishments in front of a full house at North Kitsap Stadium on Saturday, June 16. Class of… Continue reading

Kingston Stillwaters Environmental Center celebrates Estuary Liberation Day

An event 18 years in the making has finally come to fruition as Stillwaters Environmental Center celebrated it’s Estuary Liberation Day on Saturday.

Trish Johnson, the winner of the inaugural Clearwater Legends Cup, stands with Greg George, Sam Askew, Hailey Crow, Leonard Forsman and Irene Carper. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Trish Johnson wins inaugural Clearwater Legends Cup

The Great Britain native won by five strokes over Lisa Grimes

Trish Johnson, the winner of the inaugural Clearwater Legends Cup, stands with Greg George, Sam Askew, Hailey Crow, Leonard Forsman and Irene Carper. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Swing for Rotary Golf Tournament June 22

By Ron Carter Kingston Community News, Columnist Fifty thousand dollars is the goal for the 12th annual “Swing for Rotary Golf Tournament” at White Horse… Continue reading

Ferries hold meeting to discuss long term planning

KINGSTON — About 75 people recently gave up a delightful summer evening to commune with Washington State Ferries officials on the future of the ferry… Continue reading

In the future, ferries could be powered by LNG or electricity

Last month, we went over WSF’s plan to replace our aging boats with a standard-design boat that can work anywhere in the system. These are… Continue reading

Umbrella-toting beagle promotes ‘almost’ Summer Fest

By Terry Asla Port of Kingston Mark your calendars: May 12 is “Kingston Cove (Almost) Summer Fest.” The event was formerly called “Opening Day of… Continue reading

County targets active Kingston landslide

Kitsap County Public Works will pursue horizontal drains on unstable slope

Lanfear’s golden goal lifts Kingston to seventh Olympic League title

The senior midfielder connected in overtime to give the Buccaneers a 3-2 victory

Kingston’s Delaney Olson tees off against Port Angeles High School on the first hole on at Peninsula Golf Course in Port Angeles. Golf has been one of the few sports relatively unaffected by recent rainstorms. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Kingston’s Delaney Olson tees off against Port Angeles High School on the first hole on at Peninsula Golf Course in Port Angeles. Golf has been one of the few sports relatively unaffected by recent rainstorms. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Kingston celebrates a victory over North Kitsap following a save by keeper Ian Schmid in the seventh round of the penalty shootout. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
Kingston celebrates a victory over North Kitsap following a save by keeper Ian Schmid in the seventh round of the penalty shootout. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
Danya Wallis (foreground) played doubles against Kingston on March 26 with teammate Grace Hansen. Wallis is on a quest to win her fourth singles championship this season. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Danya Wallis, North Kitsap looking to repeat

Wallis is pursuing her fourth singles championship and the team is after its fifth-straight league title

Danya Wallis (foreground) played doubles against Kingston on March 26 with teammate Grace Hansen. Wallis is on a quest to win her fourth singles championship this season. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
Senior Zee Young comes home on a single by freshman Brooke Mimaki in the first inning of Central Kitsap’s game against Kingston on March 15. (Jacob Moore/Kitsap Daily News)
Senior Zee Young comes home on a single by freshman Brooke Mimaki in the first inning of Central Kitsap’s game against Kingston on March 15. (Jacob Moore/Kitsap Daily News)