politics

Bainbridge councilman eyes congressional bid

If Tirman decides to run, his opponent would be incumbent Rep. Derek Kilmer

 

Kitsap Regional Library orders nine copies of Mueller’s report for local readers

The page-turner that has consumed the nation’s capital will be coming to local libraries. Recently, a redacted version of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on… Continue reading

 

Higher turnout expected in Kitsap County for this midterm election

Kitsap County is expecting to see a larger turnout in this year’s midterm election than the one four years ago, according to county election officials.… Continue reading

 

How losing net neutrality will affect you | As It Turns Out

Concerned about losing net neutrality? You have every reason to be. Ajit Pai, chairman of the President Trump’s Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has, for the… Continue reading

It’s time to let America be America again | As it Turns Out

Don’t you wonder what changed our government from the democracy intended by our Founding Fathers, to the anti-government it has become today? The majority of… Continue reading

New law requires insurance to provide 12-month supply of birth control

BREMERTON — Gov. Jay Inslee signed into law May 16 a bill requiring insurance companies that provide birth control coverage to dispense 12 months’ worth… 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

Have lunch and learn about the judiciary April 22 at Cloverleaf

Lawyer Joel Ard of Foster Pepper in Seattle is the featured speaker at the next meeting of the Silverdale-Seabeck Republican Women, 11:30 a.m. April 24

Health care providers, elected officials: Investment in innovation pays off

BREMERTON – More than 600,000 Washingtonians have gained access to health care through the expansion of Medicaid, including about 20,000 people in Kitsap County. Overall,… Continue reading

Mathews, candidate for Bremerton City Council District 1, wants transparency in taxes and utility bills

BREMERTON — Allen Mathews, an electrical maintenance supervisor and Navy veteran, has announced his candidacy for Bremerton City Council District 1 in the Nov. 7… Continue reading

Grassroots ‘resistance’ event March 11 at McClouds

BREMERTON — The American Civil Liberties Union is launching a grassroots mobilization platform called PeoplePower.org on March 11. Across the nation, people in hundreds of… Continue reading

Kitsap Builds Bridges, Not Walls | Photo Slideshow

BREMERTON — Crowds of people spanned the Manette Bridge starting at 1 p.m. Feb. 25 for the Kitsap Builds Bridges, Not Walls vigil. The vigil,… Continue reading

Make a difference with a little note to your senator

BREMERTON — In an effort to provide a sense of community with a bit of action, Marit Bockelie, owner of Bremerton Letterpress Co., and Maggie… Continue reading

Town hall meeting more love fest than protest

BREMERTON — Rep. Derek Kilmer, D-Bremerton, held a mid-week town hall meeting Feb. 22 at the Admiral Theatre in downtown Bremerton. As recent congressional town… Continue reading

Kitsap Builds Bridges, Not Walls: A vigil to show diversity support in our own community

BREMERTON — Locals Brian Watson and Sally Jo Martine want the Kitsap community to gather together on Feb. 25 to build a symbolic human bridge.… Continue reading

Kitsap Immigration Assistance Center is a resource to help local immigrant community

Kitsap Immigration Assistance Center is here to help. A few recent executive orders signed by President Trump have left many people across the United States… Continue reading

One woman’s journey in activism

SILVERDALE — “Right after the election, I was unhappy,” said Kay Daling, 66, of Silverdale. “Then I heard my sister was going to go to… Continue reading

Executive order banning U.S. entry sows fear in Kitsap

BREMERTON — President Trump’s Jan. 27 executive order suspended entry into the United States to people from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen… Continue reading