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PORT ORCHARD — To combat overcrowding in its elementary schools, the South Kitsap School District is working to restructure the district’s attendance boundaries. On Nov.… Continue reading
PORT ORCHARD — Several reports of rental payment drop boxes being tampered with and rental payments being stolen has prompted Port Orchard Police to remind… Continue reading
Deante Ward led the Wolves with 19 points.
PORT ORCHARD — A 29-year-old Bremerton man was injured Dec. 4 when his vehicle crashed into a mailbox and utility pole as he sped northbound… Continue reading
SOUTH KITSAP — A truck towing a stolen trailer carrying an excavator overturned Dec. 4 in the eastbound lanes of State Route 16 near Highway… Continue reading
SOUTH KITSAP — A 29-year-old Bremerton man was injured Dec. 4 when his vehicle crashed into a mailbox and utility pole while fleeing Port Orchard… Continue reading
PORT ORCHARD — Hello, Sailor. Sailor is a dog who joins her human, Donna Gaskill, every day for work at the Washington Veterans Home in… Continue reading
BREMERTON — Last year, Zachary Darner, 8, and a friend collected 259 toys — more than five times their goal — to donate to children… Continue reading
PORT ORCHARD — A convicted, “high-violent” offender is on the loose and believed to be in the Port Orchard area, the state Department of Corrections… Continue reading
Impaired driver may have caused SR 3 accident
MANCHESTER — The Manchester Community Church Choir will be celebrating the Christmas season in a special way this year by performing at Carnegia Hall in… Continue reading
PORT ORCHARD — Michael Anderson’s fourth-grade Spanish Immersion class at Burley Glenwood Elementary in Port Orchard did something that’s not so easy for youngsters: they… Continue reading
Both teams finished in sixth place at districts on Oct. 28.
The team has qualified for the regional playoffs for the first time in program history.
Final decision will be announced 9 a.m. Nov. 1 in Kitsap County District Court.
Road work on track, but still in early stages
The Wolves lost, 19-3, on a stormy night in Puyallup