An oft-used sports cliché equates teammates to family.
Tyler Sartor triple to score Shawn Stayton for the go-ahead run and Todd Dalrymple drove in Sartor in the eighth inning to give South Kitsap a 5-3 win against Stadium in a Narrows League high school baseball game Monday.
The Health Provisions Quality Assurances Office (HPQA) of the Washington State Department of Health has revoked or suspended the licenses, certifications or registrations of the following healthcare providers in Kitsap County:
Two baristas at a local drive-thru espresso stand called 911 last week when a group of customers ignored their requests to not take pictures of them, the Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office reported.
The 2008 legislative session ended on March 13. With the many challenges facing our state in transportation, education and health care, we were hopeful to make progress on these and other issues this year.
The Jaguar Club will hold its first youth track and field meet from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday at South Kitsap High School. It’s $2 per event to participate or $5 for the entire day. Athletes 6 to 8 years old are eligible to participate. Check out www.sktfcjaguars.com for more information.
After almost two years without a director, the Kitsap Economic Development Alliance (KEDA) this week filled the position charged with attracting new businesses and developing jobs in the county.
“I am looking forward to this challenge,” said William Stewart, who is scheduled to assume the KEDA directorship on May 5.
The owners of a local barbecue joint that closed this month because of a hefty tax bill promise the grill will be up and smoking soon — hopefully well before the summer weather begins.
“We will be open,” said Phyllis Howlett, who was answering the phone at Fat Rascal’s barbecue Thursday morning.
Sound Off is a public forum. Articles are selected from letters to the editor or may be written specifically for this feature. Today, Silverdale resident Jack Hamilton argues that Kitsap County’s sluggish growth is directly related to government regulation.
“Yes we can!” filled the air at Olympic High School Saturday, as foot stomping, chanting Kitsap Democrats gave their hearts and votes to Barack Obama as their next president, leaving Hillary in the dust.
When the question of naming the new Tacoma Narrows Bridge after former 26th District State Sen. Bob Oke was first raised last fall, we wrongly assumed a measure to that effect would sail through the state Legislature this year with little or no opposition.