While graduating from high school has many requirements, Washington students have another: training in saving lives.
Long before the debate over the Affordable Care Act, the military’s own government-run healthcare system has been, for me, a mixed bag.
He's leaving the commission to become the executive director for the Puget Sound Regional Council
While he doesn’t sing or dance, he does have a very distinctive rhythm to his ringing.
Many sailors credited their advancement to the continued support of the command and their fellow sailors.
Here's a few of the police reports we've received recently from law enforcement sources:
Santa Claus arrived in downtown Bremerton last Friday night as part of Winterfest.
Members from the Olympic Vintage Auto Club braved the cold last week to attend what has become an annual event — donating funds to the Central Kitsap Food Bank at its Silverdale location.
This week, students at Mountain View Middle School are learning from billionaires.
In a 5-4 vote last week, the Bremerton City Council removed $20,000 worth of lodging tax funding in the 2014 budget to Visit Kitsap Peninsula, a local nonprofit that promotes tourism in Kitsap County.
Bremerton City Councilwoman Leslie Daugs has been selected by Kitsap County Democrats to be their first choice to replace Josh Brown on the Kitsap County Board of Commissioners.
Silverdale pediatrician Saad K. Al-Agba has been cleared of charges made earlier this year by the mother of a 7-year-old patient.
And after 28 years in the Navy and another 15 years in the private sector, most of those being at the Port of Bremerton, come Dec. 31, Tim Thomson will retire.
Trees are chipped into mulch or compost, which can be returned to the earth as a soil amendment.
In keeping with the season, the stand will serve hot chocolate and cookies
You'll have two opportunities to celebrate Old Mill Town Christmas, on Dec. 14 and 15
The board faces a light agenda with only a few items of consent and reports by each commissioner.
It was set to be heard by the Kitsap County Hearing Examiner on Dec. 12, but now has been rescheduled to March 13, 2014.
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.
She probably doesn’t think of herself as a “world changer.” But Elaine Turso is changing the world one photograph at a time.