South Kitsap

South Kitsap remains winless after loss to Emerald Ridge | Prep Football
South Kitsap remains winless after loss to Emerald Ridge | Prep Football
Larry L. Mann allegedly wrote about 18 “violent, offensive and threatening” letters to the South Kitsap School District under the pseudonyms “Texas Momma” and “Prince of Darkness.”                                Port Orchard Independent file photo
Larry L. Mann allegedly wrote about 18 “violent, offensive and threatening” letters to the South Kitsap School District under the pseudonyms “Texas Momma” and “Prince of Darkness.”                                Port Orchard Independent file photo
Tragic fire leaves behind grief, fear for neighbors

Tragic fire leaves behind grief, fear for neighbors

SOUTH KITSAP — The horrific South Kitsap fire that claimed four members of the Simpson family in their SE Castlewood Drive home in the early… Continue reading

Tragic fire leaves behind grief, fear for neighbors
Prep football roundup | Oct. 16
Prep football roundup | Oct. 16

Grieving father: ‘I heard my son’s last breaths’

SOUTH KITSAP — A grieving Don Simpson of South Kitsap — father, husband and grandfather — was trying to make sense of Saturday morning, Oct.… Continue reading

GoFundMe account set up for Simpson family, identified as fire victims

PORT ORCHARD — A GoFundMe account has been established to raise funds for the funeral expenses of four members of the Simpson family, who were… Continue reading

City planning Bethel-Sedgwick corridor study open house

PORT ORCHARD — The City of Port Orchard has scheduled a public hearing about its corridor study for Bethel Road and Sedgwick Road. The hearing… Continue reading

Port Orchard teen killed in South Kitsap crash

Port Orchard teen killed in South Kitsap crash

SOUTH KITSAP — A Port Orchard teenager, who was a passenger in a vehicle traveling on a South Kitsap road, was killed in a two-car… Continue reading

Port Orchard teen killed in South Kitsap crash
South Kitsap’s Eliza Villarma corrals a loose ball from the air during her team’s match with Sumner on Oct. 5. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
South Kitsap’s Eliza Villarma corrals a loose ball from the air during her team’s match with Sumner on Oct. 5. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
South Kitsap School Board candidates outline stands on issues | 2017 Election

South Kitsap School Board candidates outline stands on issues | 2017 Election

PORT ORCHARD — South Kitsap School Board candidates Christopher John Lemke and Elizabeth Sebren outlined their stands on the issues Sept. 28 at a forum… Continue reading

South Kitsap School Board candidates outline stands on issues | 2017 Election
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Sheriff Joe Lombardo said at 10 a.m. Oct. 2 that at least 58 people have died and 515 people were injured. There was only one attacker, and his motive was unknown. (Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department via Facebook)

Two Kitsap gaming officials in Vegas during shooting, unhurt | Update

‘Prayer Gathering for Las Vegas’ Oct. 4 at Gateway Fellowship

Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Sheriff Joe Lombardo said at 10 a.m. Oct. 2 that at least 58 people have died and 515 people were injured. There was only one attacker, and his motive was unknown. (Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department via Facebook)
First Lutheran Church in Poulsbo has opened the doors of its sanctuary to members of the public in the wake of the Las Vegas shooting. (Nick Twietmeyer/Kitsap News Group)

Two Kitsap gaming officials in Vegas during shooting, unhurt | Update

‘Prayer Gathering for Las Vegas’ Oct. 4 at Gateway Fellowship

First Lutheran Church in Poulsbo has opened the doors of its sanctuary to members of the public in the wake of the Las Vegas shooting. (Nick Twietmeyer/Kitsap News Group)
First Lutheran Church in Poulsbo has opened the doors of its sanctuary to members of the public in the wake of the Las Vegas shooting. (Nick Twietmeyer/Kitsap News Group)

Blood donations, church vigil planned in Kitsap | Update

SILVERDALE — Bloodworks Northwest in Silverdale is collecting blood donations for the victims of the mass shooting in Las Vegas, Nevada. Bloodworks Northwest is at… Continue reading

First Lutheran Church in Poulsbo has opened the doors of its sanctuary to members of the public in the wake of the Las Vegas shooting. (Nick Twietmeyer/Kitsap News Group)
Kitsap Prep Football Roundup | Oct. 2
Kitsap Prep Football Roundup | Oct. 2
Olympia and South Kitsap shake hands after the Bulldogs’ 45-13 win on Sept. 29 at Kitsap Bank Stadium.
Olympia and South Kitsap shake hands after the Bulldogs’ 45-13 win on Sept. 29 at Kitsap Bank Stadium.
South Kitsap’s Zach Grams paces the runners during a workout on Sept. 26 in Port Orchard. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
South Kitsap’s Zach Grams paces the runners during a workout on Sept. 26 in Port Orchard. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Overnight closure of SR 166 near Port Orchard begins Sept. 29

PORT ORCHARD — Motorists planning to travel on State Highway 166, or Bay Street, between SR 16 and Port Orchard will need to alter their… Continue reading

An aerial view of the SR 3/304 construction project after completion.                                Courtesy WSDOT

SR 3 interchange construction nears completion

Shipyard lane will now be traditional onramp as SR 3 remains two lanes through the overpass

An aerial view of the SR 3/304 construction project after completion.                                Courtesy WSDOT
Students protest overcrowding at South Kitsap High School Sept. 15 at a pep rally. Their signs proclaim “Protect us in our halls,” “Personal space, personal safety,” “Double the high school, double the pride” and more.                                SKHS student Rhiannan Elizabeth / Courtesy
Students protest overcrowding at South Kitsap High School Sept. 15 at a pep rally. Their signs proclaim “Protect us in our halls,” “Personal space, personal safety,” “Double the high school, double the pride” and more.                                SKHS student Rhiannan Elizabeth / Courtesy