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One key message South Kitsap School District Assistant Superintendent Terri Patton gave to the school board when she announced the $1.9 million deficit was that they were not alone.
About 30 people gathered Monday afternoon to bless the home of Linda Malcom, who was killed April 30 before the house she rented for 11 years was set on fire.
Maybe some day Barbie will come with an electric guitar. But until then, girls who want to live out their dream of becoming a rock star will need another springboard for their imaginations.
Sound Off is a public forum. Articles are selected from letters to the editor or may be written specifically for this feature. Today, Todd Myers, director of the Washington Policy Center’s Center for the Environment, argues that green-collar jobs — such as those that could be created by Kitsap County’s Sustainable Energy and Economic Development (SEED) project — would not have a positive impact on the region’s economy.
he Washington State Ferries system reminds me of an old Woody Allen joke. Two ladies are vacationing in the Poconos, sitting at dinner. “This food is terrible,” said one. “Yes, it is awful,” the other agreed. “But,” the first one brightened, “the portions are so large!”
In choosing among candidates for the legislature and county commissioner, on what issues should residents of South Kitsap focus their attention? Several candidates have mentioned some issues they believe are important and have indicated that they want to hear from people in the community.
The Port Orchard Police Department is seeking nominations from the community again to help it choose a child it can crown “Chief for a Day.” The program was started several years ago by the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission to celebrate the lives of children with serious illnesses who dreamed of law enforcement careers.
A woman whose body was found in her burned-out home on Sidney Avenue early Wednesday was stabbed before the fire, according to the Kitsap County Coroner’s Office.
Athletes often start preparing for their sports career from the time they can pick up a ball.
Last night after hearing “Somewhere Over the Rainbow,” I remembered how my siblings and I, who had watched the “Wizard of Oz” at least a dozen times, were in our 20s before we realized that the entire Oz sequence was in color.
Home builder, SK community volunteer wins unanimously.
Port Orchard Public Works Director Maher Abed announced his resignation on Friday, and by Monday he was already absent from City Council meetings.
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When I first started reading Julie Spadoni’s April 23 letter to the editor (“Let’s consume nothing at all”), I assumed it was a clever satire and it made me chuckle.
As a general rule, the outpouring of community support demonstrated by the effort to keep the Fat Rascal’s res-
I was dumbfounded by the arrogance of Rick Flaherty’s statement in support of naming the new Tacoma Narrows Bridge after Sen. Bob Oke (“Port board backs naming bridge for Oke,” April 12).
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:
Births reported at area hospitals:
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 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.