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Memorial service for Amy Higgins March 23

Memorial service for Amy Higgins March 23

Service for popular teacher begins at 6:30 p.m. at GracePoint Church

Memorial service for Amy Higgins March 23
Dr. Guy Earle … newest Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue commissioner. (Contributed photo)                                 Dr. Guy Earle … newest Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue commissioner. (Contributed photo)

At Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue, there really is a doctor in the house

Dr. Guy Earle, a retired family MD, was appointed on March 21 to the CKFR Board of Commissioners

Dr. Guy Earle … newest Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue commissioner. (Contributed photo)                                 Dr. Guy Earle … newest Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue commissioner. (Contributed photo)
From right, Clear Creek Elementary Principal Steve Potter, Jersey Mike’s employee Stachia White, Jersey Mike’s manager Matt Bullatt, and Clear Creek PTA President Matt Carlan with a check for $1,676, which Jersey Mike’s raised to benefit Clear Creek Elementary’s PTA. Michelle Beahm / Kitsap News Group

Jersey Mike’s gives $1,676 to Clear Creek Elementary PTA

SILVERDALE — Jersey Mike’s Subs presented Clear Creek Elementary’s Parent Teacher Association with a check for $1,676 on March 17. To raise the money, the… Continue reading

From right, Clear Creek Elementary Principal Steve Potter, Jersey Mike’s employee Stachia White, Jersey Mike’s manager Matt Bullatt, and Clear Creek PTA President Matt Carlan with a check for $1,676, which Jersey Mike’s raised to benefit Clear Creek Elementary’s PTA. Michelle Beahm / Kitsap News Group

Second farmers market opening in Silverdale

Residents will soon be able to buy farmer-to-you produce in two locations in Silverdale

The site of the fatal collision between a vehiclke and a pedestrian early March 17. (Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office/Submitted)

Local teacher struck by vehicle, killed while jogging

SILVERDALE – A Silverdale woman was struck by a vehicle and killed at 5:40 a.m. March 17 as she was jogging in the area of… Continue reading

The site of the fatal collision between a vehiclke and a pedestrian early March 17. (Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office/Submitted)

Central Kitsap Fire & Rescue may get new commissioner on March 21

SILVERDALE — Central Kitsap Fire & Rescue commissioners expect to appoint a board member March 21 to the position vacated by Dave Fergus, an architect… Continue reading

Silverdale JCPenney likely to close in coming months

SILVERDALE — JCPenney announced Feb. 24 that it plans to close two distribution facilities and about 130-140 retail locations during the next few months. Though… Continue reading

A lot of resources available for military spouses | Spouse to Spouse

You are a military spouse and you’ve just arrived at a duty station and are tasked with finding a home, a school for the child(ren),… Continue reading

Paws Gourmet, Inc., located in Marysville, Washington, was acquired by Tim Hall and Traci Woody-Carmen in December 2016. They’re now in the process of transferring what is now called Paws Gourmet Bakery to Silverdale. The plan is to open March 6.                                Photo courtesy of Paws Gourmet Bakery Facebook page

Paws Gourmet Bakery moves to Silverdale

SILVERDALE — Paws Gourmet Bakery is moving in and settling down. This bakery is a little different than the average: they focus on fun, whimsical,… Continue reading

Paws Gourmet, Inc., located in Marysville, Washington, was acquired by Tim Hall and Traci Woody-Carmen in December 2016. They’re now in the process of transferring what is now called Paws Gourmet Bakery to Silverdale. The plan is to open March 6.                                Photo courtesy of Paws Gourmet Bakery Facebook page

Determine how site can best meet community needs | In Our Opinion

The Bremerton City Council’s idea that Harrison Medical Center in Bremerton be converted into a community hospital is a good idea and should be explored.… Continue reading

A 23-year-old Silverdale man was arrested Feb. 21 on suspicion of first-degree murder in the death of a man found on a Seabeck road over the weekend, the Kitsap County Sheriff’s Department announced on social media. A 20-year-old Kingston woman was arrested and booked on suspicion on first-degree rendering assistance. (Kitsap County Sheriff’s Department/Courtesy)

Pretrial hearing March 10 for suspect in Seabeck shooting death

SILVERDALE — Andrew P. Gilbert, 23, of Silverdale told detectives that he was afraid of Hector “Ricky” Apodaca, thought he was talking in code on… Continue reading

A 23-year-old Silverdale man was arrested Feb. 21 on suspicion of first-degree murder in the death of a man found on a Seabeck road over the weekend, the Kitsap County Sheriff’s Department announced on social media. A 20-year-old Kingston woman was arrested and booked on suspicion on first-degree rendering assistance. (Kitsap County Sheriff’s Department/Courtesy)
More details emerge in Feb. 18 shooting death

More details emerge in Feb. 18 shooting death

SILVERDALE — Andrew P. Gilbert, 23, of Silverdale told detectives that he was afraid of Hector “Ricky” Apodaca, thought he was talking in code on… Continue reading

More details emerge in Feb. 18 shooting death
A 20-year-old Kingston woman was arrested and booked on suspicion on first-degree rendering assistance in the murder of a man on a Seabeck road over the weekend.                                Kitsap County Sheriff’s Department/Courtesy

Detectives: Argument ended with fatal shooting

SILVERDALE — A 23-year-old Silverdale man allegedly fatally shot his friend during a dispute while they were driving late Feb. 18, and left his body… Continue reading

A 20-year-old Kingston woman was arrested and booked on suspicion on first-degree rendering assistance in the murder of a man on a Seabeck road over the weekend.                                Kitsap County Sheriff’s Department/Courtesy
A 20-year-old Kingston woman was arrested and booked on suspicion on first-degree rendering assistance in the murder of a man on a Seabeck road over the weekend.                                Kitsap County Sheriff’s Department/Courtesy

Detectives: Argument ended with fatal shooting

SILVERDALE — A 23-year-old Silverdale man allegedly fatally shot his friend during a dispute while they were driving late Feb. 18, and left his body… Continue reading

A 20-year-old Kingston woman was arrested and booked on suspicion on first-degree rendering assistance in the murder of a man on a Seabeck road over the weekend.                                Kitsap County Sheriff’s Department/Courtesy
Bremerton officials: Make Harrison Bremerton a 100-bed community hospital

Bremerton officials: Make Harrison Bremerton a 100-bed community hospital

POULSBO — Bremerton city officials asked CHI Franciscan officials Feb. 21 to convert the likely-to-be-vacated Harrison Medical Center in Bremerton into a 100-bed community hospital.… Continue reading

Bremerton officials: Make Harrison Bremerton a 100-bed community hospital

Regarding executive order: Fact check, please

The First Amendment to the Constitution specifically prohibits Congress from any law abridging freedom of speech or of the press, but that amendment does not… Continue reading

Public hearing Feb. 21 on Harrison Medical Center move

POULSBO – A public hearing is scheduled for 11 a.m. Feb. 21 in Poulsbo City Hall on CHI Franciscan Health’s proposal to move Harrison Medical… Continue reading

Antique, vintage and retro objects are increasingly in vogue because they help tell our story. And, some stuff, like this window sign at Re-Noun on Viking Avenue in Poulsbo, is just really cool. (Richard Walker/Kitsap News Group)

Telling the stories of our lives

Objects you’ll find at the Kitsap Antique & Vintage Show are increasingly in vogue because they help tell our story

Antique, vintage and retro objects are increasingly in vogue because they help tell our story. And, some stuff, like this window sign at Re-Noun on Viking Avenue in Poulsbo, is just really cool. (Richard Walker/Kitsap News Group)
‘There was a lot of love and joy in that home’

‘There was a lot of love and joy in that home’

Approximately 700 gather in Bremerton church to celebrate the lives of John Careaga, Christale Careaga, Johnathon Higgins, and Hunter Schaap

‘There was a lot of love and joy in that home’

Cherished principles of our nation under attack

America — the world’s oldest living democracy — needs as much love as it can get right now. As a native Kitsap resident now living… Continue reading