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A winter wonderland not so fun for drivers

  • Dec 20, 2008 at 12:00AM

Ah, the falling of fresh, white snow. A winter blanket marking the start of the season.


  • Dec 20, 2008 at 12:00AM

Results of inspections of restaurants and other food service establishments in the Silverdale/Bremerton area by the Kitsap County Health District. Scores are based on a scale of 98-100 (excellent), 92-97 (good), 86-91 (needs improvement), 76-85 (alert) and 75 or lower (closure). “P” indicates probation.

Rangers’ win streak at seven

  • Dec 20, 2008 at 12:00AM

Bremerton basketball sweeps by Klahowya

  • Dec 20, 2008 at 12:00AM

The Bremerton boys basketball team showed signs of improvement this past week, losing a close game against North Kitsap Dec. 12, 61-52, before pulling out an impressive 68-58 victory against Klahowya Tuesday.

Runners, swimmers, cyclists have new club

  • Dec 20, 2008 at 12:00AM

Runners, swimmer and cyclists of Kitsap: Meet Jim Felty.

Harrison lays out 2012 vision

  • Dec 20, 2008 at 12:00AM

The downward spiraling economy may be affecting Harrison Medical Center, but the nonprofit hospital continues to push forward with its $230 million renovation and expansion plan.

Bremerton superintendent search still a go

  • Dec 20, 2008 at 12:00AM

Even though the Bremerton School District Board of Directors cancelled this week’s study sessions exploring the issue of the district’s search for a full-time superintendent, that doesn’t mean the search is off by any means.

Bremerton’s dose of wintertime love

  • Dec 20, 2008 at 12:00AM

Gimme shelter: center opens at Kitsap County Fairgrounds

  • Dec 20, 2008 at 12:00AM

County and community agencies came together this week to ensure people stay warm and toasty indoors while temperatures plummet outside.

Preschoolers pack holiday cheer

  • Dec 17, 2008 at 12:49PM

Backpacks full of food help needy families during Christmas break.

At the Summit of North America

  • Dec 20, 2008 at 12:00AM

Kitsap Mountaineers Mike and Elaine Raymond reflect on their five-and-a-half-year quest to climb Mount McKinley — in pictures — Dec. 19 in Bremerton.

What goes on

  • Dec 20, 2008 at 12:00AM

SCENE STUDY WITH DINAH MANOFF: The Tony Award-winning stage, sitcom and screen actress Dinah Manoff will be leading a course for adults in Scene Study, with classes at 6:30 p.m. Jan. 12 & 26, Feb. 2, 9 & 23 and March 2 at Bainbridge Performing Arts, 200 Madison Ave. N on Bainbridge. Registration is now open, tuition for the six-week course is $425 through BPA. Info: or call (206) 842-8578.

Get caught reading

  • Dec 20, 2008 at 12:00AM

On a recent visit to Liberty Bay Books in Poulsbo I found several books to drool over and covet. I thought, since it’s so chilly out lately, you may want to head to Liberty Bay or your own favorite bookstore to check out these offerings. Some are pricey but others you might just want to buy now and take home to savor for hours and hours.


  • Dec 20, 2008 at 12:00AM

LIVE AT THE PEGASUS: Rick Barrenger leads a Christmas sing-along at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 19, followed by Americana singer/songwriter Rachel Harrington with her new CD “City of Refuge” at the same time Dec. 20, while Sunday, Dec. 21, will be an open mic for all styles at 7 p.m. All shows are all ages, by donation at the Pegasus Coffeehouse, 131 Parfitt Way on Bainbridge. Info: or call (206) 842-6725.


  • Dec 20, 2008 at 12:00AM

THE ANCIENT TRADITION OF GIFT GIVING: Will be explored and celebrated in a new art show, “Up-gifting,” this month at the Artists for Freedom and Unity in Bremerton. The exhibit features Kitsap artists Pat Cooper and Malia Macheel working with traditional seasonal themes, giving life to discarded objects and working with “formerly appreciated” and up-cycled apparel and materials. The exhibit hands through December at the AFU, 318 Callow Ave. in Bremerton. Free. Info:

Looking for life on Mars

  • Dec 20, 2008 at 12:00AM

What's Up takes a long look at Earth's nearest neighbor with OC professor David Fong, through the eyes of robots now living there.


  • Dec 20, 2008 at 12:00AM

Weekend Wrock

  • Dec 20, 2008 at 12:00AM

Seattle-by-way-of-Vashon band The Pharmacy to play the Zeitgeist Concert Series one last time.

An instrumental (hall)iday tradition

  • Dec 20, 2008 at 12:00AM

Somewhere in between the fingerpicking acoustic guitar and the frolicking double reeds, you can almost hear the sound of the holidays in the tones of Tingstad and Rumbel.

The Earth stood still, and so did the plot

  • Dec 20, 2008 at 12:00AM

Director Scott Derrickson’s “The Day the Earth Stood Still,” remake of Robert Wise’s 1951 creation, might be better sold as an accidental comedy than an actual world’s end thriller. Stuffed with special effects and riddled with losing dialogue, the sorry sci-fi redo holds plenty more moments of unintentional hilarity than it does sound storytelling. Though it took top notch at the box office, this newest version of “The Day” is certainly anything but.

Northwest Christmastime icon gets an NK touch

  • Dec 20, 2008 at 12:00AM

9-year-old Ainsly MacKenzie’s artwork featured on this year’s cover.

A new take on the true meaning of Christmas

  • Dec 20, 2008 at 12:00AM

The Gallery School of Music and Dance brings to life Northwest veteran author Donna Anders’ never-performed Christmas musical.

Knights duel against state's best

  • Dec 15, 2008 at 11:53AM

Bremerton wins one, drops three at Olympic Dream Duals.

Amy’s Decadent Chocolates struggles amid recession

  • Dec 11, 2008 at 11:58PM

Even chocolate can’t sweeten the economy. Amy Jablonski, owner of Amy’s Decadent Chocolates in Bremerton, said this is typically her busiest time of year, but that hasn’t been the case this holiday season. “It has been slower,” she said. “This is it. Christmas is chocolate.” Despite a noticeable decline in customers and sales, Jablonski said Amy’s Decadent Chocolates is still making ends meet.

Community support slim for Bremerton basketball

  • Dec 12, 2008 at 12:00AM

I am writing this letter because I went to a Bremerton basketball game in Port Townsend Tuesday and there were exactly 10 adults and four children there representing both the JV and varsity Knights (that is a total of 25 boys). I realize people have jobs and other commitments (as do I), but when our children are doing something constructive they should be supported. My son has played sports for Bremerton High School for four years and the turnout for the games has always been poor (even the home games), but none as poor as for basketball. It is bad enough the referees don’t give the boys a fair chance, but for those boys to look up in the bleachers and not see the support they want and, in my opinion, deserve is even worse. Even though the support should come mainly from family, it also should be represented by our community. Coach Lindberg has the varsity basketball team help with the Special People’s Cruise every year at the Bremerton Yacht Club to teach them community responsibility, so it would be nice if we could show them the community cares about them. We have one high school in the Bremerton School District, so the support should be there. These kids will hopefully be living and working in Bremerton; buying homes, cars, using services, etc. so they should be made to feel that representing their school is just as important to their family and community as it is to them. There was a time not more than five years ago that all the games had a crowd of spectators. I am not sure what changed to bring about the decrease in attendance, but whatever the reason we need to change it back and show other communities that we are proud of our kids and will support them 100 percent.

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