South Kitsap

Nathaniel Beers pitched five innings for South Kitsap against Bellarmine Prep, scattering eight hits and striking out four. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

South Kitsap clobbers Bellarmine Prep, 11-3

TACOMA — South Kitsap’s baseball team broke out the bats March 29 for a hit parade, spraying the ball all over the yard in an… Continue reading

Nathaniel Beers pitched five innings for South Kitsap against Bellarmine Prep, scattering eight hits and striking out four. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
South Kitsap’s Colin Nuss tries to slip past the Olympia midfielders during the March 27 game against the Bears. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Roundup: South Kitsap falls to Olympia, Klahowya knocks off North Kitsap

PORT ORCHARD — After two tough league matchups against Puyallup and Sumner, the Wolves were looking for a bounce back effort against Olympia. But the… Continue reading

South Kitsap’s Colin Nuss tries to slip past the Olympia midfielders during the March 27 game against the Bears. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

SKSD says it’s ‘all ears’: Community input sought on district’s facility needs

South Kitsap School District wants to hear from the community about future facility improvements.

Good Samaritan killed on Sedgwick while helping stranded motorist

The victim, Katie Phillips of Belfair, was a Washington State Ferries employee.

Katie Phillips was struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver while she was assisting a disabled motorist at 5 a.m. March 22 at Peppermill Place Southeast and Sedgwick Road. (Facebook photo courtesy of Jessie Early)

Law enforcement looking for hit-and-run driver

A tragic accident is now a felony homicide hit-and-run charge for the at-large suspect.

Katie Phillips was struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver while she was assisting a disabled motorist at 5 a.m. March 22 at Peppermill Place Southeast and Sedgwick Road. (Facebook photo courtesy of Jessie Early)

Two female firefighters file suit against SKFR over sexual harassment

The case stems from alleged sexual harassment by a former battalion chief.

Police cruiser T-boned at Sidney-Lippert intersection

Port Orchard Police officer was taken to Harrison for a sore neck.

These students qualified for the state DECA competition. (Photo courtesy Betsi Feider)
These students qualified for the state DECA competition. (Photo courtesy Betsi Feider)

SK Community Pride Scholarship seeking applicants

The scholarship is a $2,000 award for a graduating South Kitsap senior.

Truck gets unexpected carwash near ferry dock

The driver wasn’t injured; his truck was towed out from the drink.

South Kitsap man recovering at Harrison from gunshot wounds

Two unidentified witnesses dropped him off around 2:18 p.m. at the SK Harrison Urgent Care Clinic

Miss Poulsbo 2017 Caroline Atkins crowns Natalia Tucker as Holly Rouse looks on.
                                Jesse Beals/Olympic Photo Group

Titleholders’ priorities: Mentoring and empowerment

Miss Poulsbo, Miss Kitsap, Miss Silverdale win scholarships and commit to a year of service

Miss Poulsbo 2017 Caroline Atkins crowns Natalia Tucker as Holly Rouse looks on.
                                Jesse Beals/Olympic Photo Group
Danielle Gilchrist, left, with her daughter Aeva and mother Marie Carins in front of Gigi’s Emporium PNW. Together they own Gigi’s Emporium and manage both locations on opposite sides of the country.<em> (Courtesy photo)</em>

At Gigi’s, family comes first

New Port Orchard consignment and boutique business has sister location in North Carolina

Danielle Gilchrist, left, with her daughter Aeva and mother Marie Carins in front of Gigi’s Emporium PNW. Together they own Gigi’s Emporium and manage both locations on opposite sides of the country.<em> (Courtesy photo)</em>

Port Orchard, South Kitsap take good with the bad in 2017

The year 2017 was a sometimes tumultuous, always eventful 12 months

Port Orchard foster children were invited to The Riding Place to meet and even ride horses, as well as Santa.
                                Michelle Beahm / Kitsap News Group

Horses bring ‘unfiltered emotion’ to foster children

PORT ORCHARD — For some, horses are life. For others, they could grow up never even seeing a horse in person. Gerald Brown, manager of… Continue reading

Port Orchard foster children were invited to The Riding Place to meet and even ride horses, as well as Santa.
                                Michelle Beahm / Kitsap News Group