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A 63-year-old Poulsbo resident, John Skubic, was killed last Friday on Central Valley Road after he reportedly was hit by a vehicle while riding a… Continue reading
The platform has been implemented throughout Kitsap County
Feb. 11, 1941 - Dec. 20, 2019
Aug. 18, 1953 – Dec. 15, 2019
With the start of a new decade fast approaching, here are some local Central Kitsap events to help ring in the new year: Dec. 31,… Continue reading
Central Kitsap candidates for port commissions lay out the goals, issues facing their respective ports
Lone contested race is for Port of Bremerton District 2: Gary Anderson and Jack Edwards
Ken Erickson, Curtis Perdue are running for Commissioner Position 4
The 15,600 square-foot building is expected to be finished by May 2020
Makoto Imai, 70, has been building homes and making furniture for 55 years by using traditional Japanese tools and traditional Japanese wood joining methods. Imai… Continue reading
POULSBO — The calendar may read June, but autumn was in the air on a cool, cloudy and damp Wednesday night at North Kitsap as… Continue reading
Dr. Shannon Bailey was recently appointed as Washington state ACOG secretary.
Accumulations from the weekend storm have already reached 11 inches in some places, and there is more on the way
EAST BREMERTON — 330 Central Kitsap High school seniors walked across the stage on Friday, June 15, to recieve their diplomas in front of a… Continue reading
The incident ending in the death of Willie McCord was a matter of self- and community-defense.
BREMERTON — The annual Kitsap Harbor Festival will celebrate its 10th year on Memorial Day Weekend May 26-27. This event heralds the opening of the… Continue reading
Annual faire now features a low-key Sunday option June 3
BREMERTON — The 2018 Armed Forces Day Parade in downtown Bremerton took place at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 19. The parade followed the usual route,… Continue reading
Doctors say Amber Lynn James suffered delusions; lawyer enters not guilty by reason of insanity plea
Parade draws 25,000-30,000 people every year.