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16 hrs ago | Kitsap Sun
REI employees celebrate as the store opens at the new REI in Silverdale on Friday morning.
Do you value American lives more than foreign lives?
Should the US stop sending aid to developing countries?
22 hrs ago | Bainbridge Island Review
The Kitsap Regional Library Foundation is seeking donations as part of a fundraising campaign to digitally preserve an important part of Bainbridge Island history.
Yesterday | Bremerton Patriot
The board of commissioners for the Port of Bremerton will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 10 at the Bremerton National Airport, 8850 SW Highway 3, in Bremerton.
Tonia Johnson has been named Kitsap Bank's Employee of the 3rd Quarter. Tonia joined Kitsap Bank in March 2006 as a teller in the Bethel and Lund branch in Port Orchard.
Mayor Jesse A. Knabb plans to return to work this afternoon, apparently recovered from a recent attack of influenza that caused postponement of his new trial motion in Superior Court on Monday.
Step back in time and spend Christmas like it would have been celebrated in the mid 1800s.
Folks who regularly travel north over the Warren Avenue Bridge can expect to see work crews, some lane closures and pedestrian revisions in coming months.
There was never any question in Tim Thomson's mind. He knew he was going to grow up to become a naval aviator.
Ed Wolfe, a Bremerton lawyer and former U.S. State Department official, announced this week he will file to run for the County Commission for Central Kitsap in 2014.
Emily Houston, a sophomore at South Kitsap High School, was chosen first runner-up at the Miss Seattle Outstanding Teen Pageant on Nov. 17 at the Ikea Performing Arts Center in Renton.
Temperatures plunged into the teens and 20s across Western Washington overnight as entrenched frigid air tightened its grip on the region.
The Mariners announced the signing of backup infielder/utility player Willie Bloomquist on Thursday morning.
Santa came to Silverdale over the weekend, and he did it in style, riding in to Old Town on a shiny red firetruck.
In fact, for the past two decades, her home has been a lively epicenter for foster children, and, now, her adopted children.
Possible locations where marijuana could be grown, sold or processed might be expanded from an initial zoning proposal by Kitsap County planners.
She graduated from West Seattle High School as Valedictorian and continued to enjoy learning her entire life.