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Video shows impact of drunk drivers on residents of Kitsap County

  • Aug 8, 2008 at 4:59PM updated Aug 16, 2008 at 12:53PM

Bremerton Patriot Letters to the Editor | Aug. 16

  • Aug 16, 2008 at 3:00PM

On July 15, we lost our son, Malachi DeWalt, to a tragic accident. It was the most devastating day of our lives and will continue to keep hold of us for the remainder of our lives. When we were at our lowest, family, friends, complete strangers and local businesses came to our aid. So with this letter, we would like to thank the following families: Thomas, Dozier, Jones, Johnson, Stockton, Square, Lawrence, Wett, Gaines and extended DeWalt family members.

Kitsap County Stampede Cowpokes help make rodeo a success

  • Aug 16, 2008 at 1:00AM

When the Kitsap County Stampede Cowpokes formed some 11 years ago, meetings were at local bars. Notes, if taken at all, were jotted down on coasters.

YWCA celebrates 60 years of service in Kitsap County

  • Aug 15, 2008 at 12:20PM

Dicks, Bozeman praise organization for its human service efforts.

Kitsap County: DUI victim’s memory kept alive through emphasis patrols

  • Aug 16, 2008 at 11:00AM

It’s been a few years since 20-year-old Heather Meadows died, but the Washington Traffic Safety Commission and local police agencies want to make sure she’s never forgotten.

10-year-old Tucker Alexander raises $1,500 for Bremerton Foodline

  • Aug 16, 2008 at 11:00AM

Tucker Alexander was 4 years old when she hosted her first summer yard sale. With the help of her mom, Ivaly Alexander, Tucker baked bread, crafted handmade bookmarks and sold vegetables from the family garden, donating the approximate $100 in proceeds to Bremerton Foodline (BFL).

Drive hammered and you will get nailed

  • Aug 16, 2008 at 10:00AM

Heather Meadows was only 20 years old when her life was cut short by a drunk driver in 2005.

Port Orchard couple takes charge of Ceasar’s

  • Aug 16, 2008 at 12:00AM

Sean Cochran drove by Ceasar’s Restaurant & Bar every day and the “For Sale” sign always caught his eye.

Perkins goes back to back at Silverdale Thunder

  • Aug 16, 2008 at 12:00AM

Some people have a lucky charm, like a penny, rabbit’s foot or a four-leaf clover.

State, Bremerton up math standards

  • Aug 16, 2008 at 12:00AM

State-wide revised K-8 math standards will raise the bar on math curriculum in Bremerton School District (BSD) classrooms.

Responding to the changing faces of Kitsap

  • Aug 16, 2008 at 12:00AM

Almost six months after the ninth annual Salad Bowl Sunday at Crossroads Neighborhood Church in East Bremerton celebrated Kitsap County’s diversity with an evening of food, fellowship and fun, the Bremerton School District and several community leaders are teaming up for another cultural event.

A bad day and a warrant POLICE LOG

  • Aug 16, 2008 at 12:00AM

A deputy was driving northbound on National Avenue approaching F Street in Navy Yard City at 2:45 p.m. Aug. 9 when he spotted a man walking alongside a dog.

Illahee culvert project to begin Monday

  • Aug 16, 2008 at 12:00AM

The permits are in place, meaning work to repair the section of Illahee Road washed out by a December 2007 storm will begin Monday, according to Kitsap County Public Works.

Perkins repeats as Silverdale Thunder champ

  • Aug 12, 2008 at 10:44AM

Kayleigh Perkins just keeps getting better. Almost a year to the day she became the first female driver to win an Unlimited Lights Hydroplane Racing Association event on the waters of Dyes Inlet, Perkins returned. But rather than winning thanks to an opponent's blown propellor, an incident that sealed her win last year, Perkins topped Greg Hopp by a longshot to repeat as Silverdale Thunder champion, now her fourth career win.

More than just a dream

  • Aug 16, 2008 at 12:00AM

“Tapping the power of dreams, coincidence and imagination,” with Aussie author and dream expert Robert Moss.

The music to get you groovin’

  • Aug 16, 2008 at 12:00AM

Old-fashioned summer street dances take root

City, school district partners in co-location project

  • Aug 9, 2008 at 11:00AM

The city of Bremerton, the Bremerton School District (BSD) and Seattle’s NAC Architecture are partners in a project that will bring a middle school to West Bremerton.

Kitsap County: Rockefeller’s voting record is shoddy

  • Aug 9, 2008 at 1:00AM

When choosing candidates for positions of power over our tax dollars, it is crucial that we all scrutinize their records. Each candidate will fall on a range between two extremes. One extreme is committed to smaller government, transparency and accountability, fewer laws and less interference (regulation) for small business and private lives. The opposite extreme consistently votes to increase bureaucracy, regulations and taxes, with never-ending incremental intrusions into private lives. I ask you to determine where Phil Rockefeller falls.

Candidates long on talk, short on substance | Adele Ferguson

  • Aug 9, 2008 at 1:00AM

How about this for a way to save money? Cut high school back to two years. Why do they need four? Most of them just lollygag around in the final two years, some ditching school altogether before they get that far. They’re busy earning money to support their cars.

Silverdale Shoot-Out organizers aim to make 3-on-3 hoops tournament bigger, better

  • Aug 9, 2008 at 1:00AM

Nathan Uffens is no stranger to the hardwood. The 31-year-old director of sales for the Silverdale Beach Hotel grew up as a court rat like any other in Southern California, remembering the courts of Venice Beach and the like fondly. “Growing up in Southern California, there’s a basketball hoop every other block,” Uffens said. “We were always playing pick-up games, street ball. Just all day long on those courts.

WSP: Majority of drivers putting their cell phones down

  • Aug 9, 2008 at 1:00AM

While some drivers still chat on their cell phones, a growing number of motorists are using Bluetooth wireless devices. Motorists initially abiding by month-old law. While some drivers still chat on their cell phones, a growing number of motorists are using Bluetooth wireless devices. The cell phone law took effect July 1 and one month later, Washington State Patrol (WSP) Trooper Krista Hedstrom, spokeswoman for WSP District 8, said people seem to be getting the message. “People are aware of it. It’s been on the (television) news, it’s been on the radio, it’s been in the newspapers,” Hedstrom said.

Just how happy are you? Letters

  • Aug 9, 2008 at 12:00AM

Happy with ever increasing property taxes?

A crash course to adult obesity

  • Aug 9, 2008 at 12:00AM

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to realize that kids’ meals at restaurants and fast food establishments are loaded with fat.

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