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The event is set for Bremerton’s WorkSource Kitsap.
Port Orchard Republican incumbent throws support to Marty McClendon of Gig Harbor.
The summer edition race will travel through scenic Port Orchard.
SOUTH KITSAP — James (Jim) W. Mason, 92, passed away on May 13. A celebration of his life is to be held from 1-4 p.m.… Continue reading
The suspect, 72, is recovering at St. Joseph Medical Center in Tacoma.
PORT ORCHARD — Grading work is being done on commercial property at 1590 SE Lundberg Road, alongside Bethel Avenue, to prepare it for construction of… Continue reading
POULSBO — William T. Grudzinski, Jr. passed away at home in Poulsbo on May 6. He is survived by partner Debbie Wilbur; mom Judy Belk;… Continue reading
PORT ORCHARD — Linda Young quietly ended her 39-year tenure in June as a crafts vendor at the Port Orchard Farmers Market. But on Oct.… Continue reading
The Wolves picked up a point in a scoreless draw with Emerald Ridge on Senior Night
Drew Worden’s walk-off single gave the Wolves a 3-2 victory
South Kitsap High is a high-achieving place of learning despite the school’s wear and tear.
SOUTH KITSAP — Changes to South Kitsap School District’s organizational structure that were spurred by a recent review by the Washington Association of School Administrators… Continue reading
Laura Smith to leave her position at the end of the school year.
Local group aims to donate 5,000 toys to children in area hospitals over the holidays.
Hand-made soap made locally with natural ingredients has benefits for skin
The Wolves played at Elton Goodwin Field for the first time in nearly two years, but took a 6-2 loss to the Eagles.
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
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 School District wants to hear from the community about future facility improvements.
Two funding accounts have been established for Katie Phillips’ family.