On Sept. 23, 2013, a Kitsap County ordinance was adopted to establish the Mental Health, Chemical Dependency and Therapeutic Court Citizens Advisory Committee. A 1/10th of 1 percent increase in county sales tax was approved as the dedicated funding source. Funding would be distributed through a grant process that met the criteria established and outlined through the Request for Proposal (RFP).
While surrounding the house, Sgt. Randy Plumb inadvertently stepped on a very nice neighbor’s iris plant and broke it.
Our lives are so intertwined that “Kitsap” and the “Armed Forces” are synonymous. And we are proud of our history together. As defense continues to evolve to meet future challenges, Kitsap will be a part of that evolution.
BREMERTON — There are events that remind us it’s important to have good, experienced police officers making split-second decisions to keep people safe.
Efforts by volunteers to help Bremerton police patrol the city. New tools that help residents eradicate graffiti. The potential impacts and viability of passenger-only ferry service between Bremerton and Seattle. These are some of the topics raised over lunch by this newspaper’s Community Advisory Board on May 9, in the Bremerton Patriot and Central Kitsap Reporter office at 645 Fourth St.
Efforts by volunteers to help Bremerton police patrol the city; New tools that help residents eradicate graffiti; The potential impacts and viability of passenger-only ferry service between Bremerton and Seattle.
We celebrate the anniversary of the USS Turner Joy, which was launched on May 5, 1958, participated extensively in the Vietnam War, and fired the final round of naval gunfire of the war on Jan. 28, 1973, just seconds before the ceasefire went into effect. It was decommissioned in 1982. (See our story in Kitsap Weekly.)
It’s getting warmer, which generally means it’s getting weirder.
With all the attention given to the heated contest for the Republican Party presidential nomination, it’s easy to forget the battle to become the Democratic nominee isn’t over.
If you haven’t heard the term “me-ternity,” you likely got through last week without feeling discouraged about today’s entitlement culture.
This year, residents were asked to make sizable investments in local education.