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The website described Port Orchard as "a ferry ride away from Seattle and Bremerton, making excursions to the area quite accessible for those wanting to escape for a day or entire weekend.
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Warrant issued for second suspect in gun store burglary
A warrant for the arrest of Patrick Weldon Nelson Jr.'s for second-degree burglary was issued April 15 with nationwide extradition.
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Richard Franklin Albertsen, 93
Dad was born in Seattle to John and Jenny Albertsen of Norway. He graduated from Ballard High in 1939 and married the love of his life Patt in 1942.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Eggs to rain from above for Sunday hunts
Newlife Church member and volunteer egg stuffer volunteer Austin Davis, 15, puts candy in plastic Easter eggs Thursday.
Jeanne Marie Moshner, 80
Jeanne Marie Moshner passed suddenly at Harrison Medical Center in Bremerton, WA, on Tuesday, April 8th at the age of 80. She was born on June 13th, 1933, in Renton, WA, to Bruce and Hazel Shuman.
Central Kitsap Reporter
Improvements taking shape at Tracyton dock
It may not look like much to some. But for Ted Hilliard and those who support the Port of Tracyton, it's a start.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Bremerton City Council approves land swap
The Bremerton City Council voted Wednesday night to trade land in the Gorst Creek Watershed with Ueland Tree Farm, an endeavor described by city officials and the company as mutually beneficial.
Historic ferry Carlisle II's stay in boat yard extended
The damage was discovered during an annual Coast Guard inspection at Port Townsend's Haven Boatworks, Kitsap Transit Executive Director John Clauson told the board Tuesday.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Pepperdine, St. Mary's leading WCC golf
Pepperdine's women and St. Mary's men are leading the way after two days at the West Coast Conference golf championships at Gold Mountain Golf Complex in Bremerton.
Kitsap Transit seeks grant for double-decker bus fleet
The board of commissioners gave the go-ahead Tuesday to pursue money for several projects.
Port Orchard, utility district at odds over who owns pump station
Sewage still flows into South Kitsap's wastewater treatment plant, and water cleaned of impurities continues to flow into Sinclair Inlet, despite the fact that an agreement between the two parties that operate the plant expired more than a month ago.
County announces its Earth Day Awards
Super road-adopters Lynn and Rosy Johnson, of Bremerton, are among five groups presented with Earth Day Awards this year by the Kitsap County commissioners.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Gorst gun shop burglar sawed his way in
A Bremerton man charged Monday with a gun store burglary broke into the Gorst building by using a saw to cut through a crawl space and then up through the floor.
Bremerton's Pacific Avenue project wraps up
The final phase of Pacific Avenue's makeover, a project that completes the connection between downtown Bremerton and Evergreen-Rotary Park via wide sidewalks, is nearly complete and more than a month before schedule.
King County Journal
No serious injuries in Navy Yard shooting, suspect is in custody
Kitsap County Sheriff's Office Deputies and Bremerton Police officers flooded Navy Yard City after approximately five shots were fired at around 9:43 a.m. Monday morning.
MUSIC: On Arlo's current tour, every day is Father's Day
CONTRIBUTED PHOTO Arlo Guthrie's "Here Come the Kids" tour celebrates the 100th anniversary of the birth of his legendary father, Woody Guthrie.
Central Kitsap Reporter
Tennis center to offer health class
The Kitsap Tennis & Athletic Center will offer two courses to enhance and improve health.
Future in doubt for OC's longrunning mountaineering course
Founded in the 1950s and often so popular it required a waitlist, the course hit a low point in enrollment this year, falling five students short of the 15-student minimum.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Bremerton house fire ruins a home's second story
An attic fire Saturday night destroyed the second floor of a Bremerton house on the 700 block of Woods Place.
Fish statue might replace tree on Bremerton's Fourth Street
A towering but tottering pear tree, one of 13 on the road, has been targeted for removal by the city's tree committee.