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Brianna (Oas) Strand had a megawatt smile and loved Jesus, but she wasn’t one to shy away from a battle. (File photo)

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Brianna (Oas) Strand had a megawatt smile and loved Jesus, but she wasn’t one to shy away from a battle. (File photo)
Kingston Cove Yacht Club members make, stuff stockings with love

Kingston Cove Yacht Club members make, stuff stockings with love

KINGSTON — Joyous and overwhelmed, on Nov. 29 the ladies at the Kingston Food Bank accepted 40 glittery felt stockings. The colorful stockings were stuffed… Continue reading

Kingston Cove Yacht Club members make, stuff stockings with love

With the new year will come happy changes | Check It Out

It has been a privilege to serve you, especially during the past couple of years when amazing things have been happening in Kingston. I hope… Continue reading

Physical fitness continues to reward twins Jake and Bill Monlux

Physical fitness continues to reward twins Jake and Bill Monlux

KINGSTON — World War II was underway and adult physical education directors were not available at the Everett YMCA. Twin brothers Jake and Bill Monlux,… Continue reading

Physical fitness continues to reward twins Jake and Bill Monlux
December: A season of meaning | Choices for the Future

December: A season of meaning | Choices for the Future

Our family tradition in Wisconsin was to be home for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Sometimes, our grandparents from South Dakota would stay for a… Continue reading

December: A season of meaning | Choices for the Future

Happy Holidays from your Kingston North Kitsap Rotarians | Rotary News

Baubles, bangles, bright shiny budgets. Budgets? Yes, budgets. Kingston North Kitsap Rotarians are asking North Kitsap businesses to set aside money in their budgets to… Continue reading

<em>NKF&R Lieutenant Kris Osera hands Santa his bag of treats after bringing the jolly ol’ elf (and Kitsap News Group reporter Nick Twietmeyer) on one of the district’s fire engines to the Kingston Christmas on the Cove festivities, Dec. 2 at the Port of Kingston. </em>Michèle Laboda/NKF&R

For last-minute gifts that clearly communicate love | NKF&R Update

Check our website at www.nkfr.org for seasonal safety tips. For last-minute gifts that clearly communicate love, consider certificates for bike helmets, life jackets, home safety… Continue reading

<em>NKF&R Lieutenant Kris Osera hands Santa his bag of treats after bringing the jolly ol’ elf (and Kitsap News Group reporter Nick Twietmeyer) on one of the district’s fire engines to the Kingston Christmas on the Cove festivities, Dec. 2 at the Port of Kingston. </em>Michèle Laboda/NKF&R
A look back at Kingston Cove Christmas

A look back at Kingston Cove Christmas

KINGSTON — A festive spirit engulfed the Port of Kingston, complete with crackling fires, warm drinks, food, dancing and, of course, Father Christmas himself. Kingston… Continue reading

A look back at Kingston Cove Christmas
<em>Kingston senior Avy Hiner (4), lets go of a shot as she’s surrounded by Central Kitsap defenders in her team’s 59-49 victory on Dec. 20.</em>Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group

Kingston takes charge in 59-49 win over Central Kitsap

KINGSTON — The Buccaneers had escaped the third quarter with a two-point lead after a furious charge by Central Kitsap. Needing to rally after a… Continue reading

<em>Kingston senior Avy Hiner (4), lets go of a shot as she’s surrounded by Central Kitsap defenders in her team’s 59-49 victory on Dec. 20.</em>Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group
Mark Krulish | Kitsap News Group                                South Kitsap freshman Xavier Eaglin wrestles with Olympic’s Anjelo Pangelinan in the 106 finals at the HammerHead Invitational on Dec. 16.
Mark Krulish | Kitsap News Group                                South Kitsap freshman Xavier Eaglin wrestles with Olympic’s Anjelo Pangelinan in the 106 finals at the HammerHead Invitational on Dec. 16.

Project Connect comes to Kingston | ShareNet & You

When Kitsap County Department of Human Services took over the annual Point-in-Time Count of local people who are homeless, Housing and Homelessness Program coordinator Kirsten… Continue reading

<em>Kingston junior Timothy Gallagher performs the backstroke during the 200 yard individual medley against North Kitsap. Gallagher finished with a time of 1:53.91, which qualified him for the state meet in that event. </em>                                Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group
<em>Kingston junior Timothy Gallagher performs the backstroke during the 200 yard individual medley against North Kitsap. Gallagher finished with a time of 1:53.91, which qualified him for the state meet in that event. </em>                                Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group
After cooking Thanksgiving dinner for Kingston Cove Yacht Club members, club officers pause to celebrate the dock box full of food headed to the Kingston Food Bank. From left, Gloria Young, fleet captain; Nancy Langwith, vice commodore; Jerry Kirschner, commodore; Robin Lott, secretary; Jack Lott, rear commodore; and Zach Cunningham, treasurer. Contributed photo

Kingston Cove Yacht Club donates to Kingston Food Bank | Season of Giving

After cooking Thanksgiving dinner for Kingston Cove Yacht Club members, club officers pause to celebrate the dock box full of food headed to the Kingston… Continue reading

After cooking Thanksgiving dinner for Kingston Cove Yacht Club members, club officers pause to celebrate the dock box full of food headed to the Kingston Food Bank. From left, Gloria Young, fleet captain; Nancy Langwith, vice commodore; Jerry Kirschner, commodore; Robin Lott, secretary; Jack Lott, rear commodore; and Zach Cunningham, treasurer. Contributed photo
Kingston boys basketball | Winter Sports Preview

Kingston boys basketball | Winter Sports Preview

Kingston boys basketball Head coach: Jason Boyd 2016-17 record: 17-8 Top returning players: Popeh Chiquiti, senior; Isaiah Calloway, junior. Key newcomers: Kanikki Hale, senior; Marcus… Continue reading

Kingston boys basketball | Winter Sports Preview
Kingston boys swimming & diving | Winter Sports Preview

Kingston boys swimming & diving | Winter Sports Preview

Kingston boys swimming & diving Head coach: Mark VanHuis 2016-17 record: 7-0; 2A state champions Top returning swimmers: Dave Andersen, Ethan Fox, Tim Gallagher, Bryce… Continue reading

Kingston boys swimming & diving | Winter Sports Preview
Kingston wrestling | Winter Sports Preview

Kingston wrestling | Winter Sports Preview

Kingston wrestling Head coach: Casey Nelson 2016-17 record: 3-6 Top returning wrestlers: Hunter Collins, 182, senior; Dalton Tellinghuisen, 120, junior. Key newcomers: Casey Jones, 132… Continue reading

Kingston wrestling | Winter Sports Preview
You can make a difference | Village Green Update

You can make a difference | Village Green Update

As of Sept. 1, we’ve raised $8.6 million in gifts and pledges toward our $9.1 million goal, with $75,000 more in pledges to be added… Continue reading

You can make a difference | Village Green Update

Port lowers asking price for Kingston Express

KINGSTON — The Kingston Express, one of the two boats used in the Port of Kingston’s now-defunct SoundRunner ferry service, has recently been priced to… Continue reading

Proud to be a finger on the hand

Thank you for taking the time to visit us at the Kingston Food Bank. I can only hope your publication reached many residents who may… Continue reading

Clock is ticking for Kingston Food Bank

Clock is ticking for Kingston Food Bank

Rent money runs out in two years

Clock is ticking for Kingston Food Bank