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Kitsap County today launched a discount card program to help consumers cope with the high price of prescription drugs.
Course offered for new home buyers
Sunset Lane hosts tribute ceremony
Kitsap County government will miss Ben Holland. But life will go on. “We have already gone through all the stages of grief,” said County Administrator Nancy Buonanno Grennan. “He will be very difficult to replace. We have county employees who have named their kids after him. He has been an amazing force.”
In the wake of an earlier column about our state rejecting a $13.2 million education grant, people are asking, “What is going wrong in Washington?”
Eileen Schneegas’ featured exhibit this month at the old town Silverdale Fine Arts Gallery is something a bit out of the ordinary.
The South Kitsap boys track and field team went into Star Track with few competitors, but still managed to come away with points out of the competition Friday and Saturday at Edgar Brown Stadium in Pasco.
The Kitsap County chapter of the Girl Scouts of America hosted its fifth annual Leadership Luncheon on Wednesday, promoting the importance of scouting and featuring the wife of one of the state’s most prominent politicians as a speaker.
Sound Off is a public forum. Articles are selected from letters to the editor or may be written specifically for this feature. Today, Jonathan Bechtle, staff counsel for the Evergreen Freedom Foundation, describes efforts by an out-of-state group to prevent Washington from implementing regulations intended to safeguard the integrity of its elections.
A colleague was engaged in an intense debate with an official from the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association.
Virginia Marie MacAulay, of Whitefish, Mont., died in Bremerton on May 22, 2008.She was 60.She was born to John and Irene (Moore) Jetty on April… Continue reading
Just as we were critical earlier this year when former Gov. Gary Locke visited Kitsap County and turned what should have been a simple address to local Boy Scouts into a poisonous rant about the Bush administration, and then again this month when former U.S. Attorney John McKay was invited as the keynote speaker for Kitsap County’s Law Day observance and devoted the opportunity to whining about having been fired, we would have been disappointed had the local chapter of Veterans for Peace been permitted to politicize Saturday’s Armed Forces Day parade in Bremerton.
If the state bureaucracy had a foot, it would probably be comparable to that of professional basketball player Shaquille O’Neal.
t Fastpitch team scores just three runs in two games at district tourney.
An anti-war veteran’s group has been denied a place in today’s Armed Forces Day Parade because organizers feel its message is too political and because it violated the events rules a year ago.
Sound Off is a public forum. Articles are selected from letters to the editor or may be written specifically for this feature. Today, Trent Blackburn responds to a Guest Opinion suggesting a different approach to dealing with marijuana laws.
Our county commissioners have appointed a budget advisory committee to consider long-term trends in spending and revenue and to recommend particular policies that ought to be followed.
Concerned about the water quality at a local beach? Want to know which beaches state and local health agencies are looking after? Think some of those beaches ought to be ignored?
It will be 10 years on May 23 since the USS Missouri was towed out of Bremerton on its journey to its new home in Pearl Harbor in a shameful exhibition of the Navy kowtowing to legislative clout and using chicanery to do it.
A college student loses his financial aid because of a youthful indiscretion.