Port Orchard

Gas leak on Sidney contained

SKFR, Cascade Natural Gas respond to leakage smell

 

Muriel Iverson Williams Waterfront Park in Poulsbo was covered in snow. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Snowstorm blankets Kitsap County

Accumulations from the weekend storm have already reached 11 inches in some places, and there is more on the way

 

The winners of the 2018 Helen Norris Open Art Show are …

I recent feature on the winners of the 2018 Helen Norris Open Art Show, held May 1-31, 2018 at the Sidney Art Gallery in Port… Continue reading

 

It’s Comedy Night Feb. 22 with Soroptimist

Service organization’s fundraiser to feature comic Susan Rice.

Splashdown!

Photographer Carrie Griffis captures a common merganser duck, or goosander, making a splash landing.

Amy’s On The Bay restaurant closes its doors

Cheers Bar & Grill also no longer in business

Port Orchard artist has entry in CVG art show

Competition opens to the public on Saturday, Jan. 26.

Winners Circle at Sidney Art Gallery

Winning artists from last year’s Helen Norris Open Art Show are recognized at a reception.

Reward set for fitness center thieves’ identity

$1,000 in cash stolen from member’s wallet

KPFD to take up community center proposal Jan. 14

Port Orchard investment group is seeking $14 million from board

Eagles donates $3,500 for Helpline’s holiday giving

PORT ORCHARD — The Port Orchard Eagles stepped up this Christmas holiday season to provide financial help for South Kitsap Helpline: $3,500 worth of assistance.… Continue reading

Tornado help needed? Call resource center

PORT ORCHARD — Are you an area resident whose life was impacted by the recent Port Orchard tornado and you don’t know where to turn… Continue reading

KCU offering tornado disaster-relief loans

Credit union loan is a no-interest note for up to $5,000.

<strong>And a year ago … the Nimitz returns home (Dec. 15, 2017)</strong>
                                While the crew of the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz returned home to Naval Base Kitsap-Bremerton just in time for Christmas in December 2017, it’s worth a second look. The series of photos detailing the Nimitz homecoming won an award in the color photo essay competition in the Washington Newspaper Publishers Association journalism contest. As part of the essay, I followed newlywed Holly Carlson and her family as they anxiously waited for her husband Nicolai to disembark on the gangway.

Photo favorites of 2018

Editor’s photo selections highlight sadness, joy and the whimsical

<strong>And a year ago … the Nimitz returns home (Dec. 15, 2017)</strong>
                                While the crew of the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz returned home to Naval Base Kitsap-Bremerton just in time for Christmas in December 2017, it’s worth a second look. The series of photos detailing the Nimitz homecoming won an award in the color photo essay competition in the Washington Newspaper Publishers Association journalism contest. As part of the essay, I followed newlywed Holly Carlson and her family as they anxiously waited for her husband Nicolai to disembark on the gangway.

2018: A year in photos

Editor’s favorite images highlight tears, joy and the humorous

Bethel Square slowly returning to life

Tornado silenced businesses at the shopping cluster

Make sure contractors are licensed before you sign contract

Due diligence is critical before hiring a contractor to clean up tornado damage

Team Rubicon enters the fight for battered residents

Volunteer group of veterans, first responders help clear tree debris at Harris Court homes.

Kids weigh in on Christmas joy, reindeers and presents under the tree

Preschoolers have plenty to say about their favorite time of the year.

Bob Smith

Editor’s notebook | Port Orchard shines in a moment of anguish

An outpouring of support from the community triumphs over disaster.

Bob Smith