changes to our culture from a Judeo Christian Ethnic to the
more secular progressive values , we have seen a new group that is
called “Nones” beginning to get much attention . Where as
they tend to politically left o...
South Kitsap beat Jackson 3-0 in opener. The Wolves beat
Woodinville 4-1 in the quarterfinals. SK is in the final four for
the first time since 2003, when they won the state title in Elton
Goodwin’s final season.
North Kitsap beat S...
It’s been a busy weekend, with the Armed Forces Day Parade and
Viking Fest going on among other things. The weather hasn’t been
the most ideal, but it hasn’t been awful either. I think we got
spoiled after our early May temperatures flirted ...
With the first filings posted Friday several more races became
Bainbridge Island’s Council District 5 is now a three-way race
and will be listed in the primary, unless someone withdraws by
Monday. Wayne Roth is the latest to file in t...
The in basket: Tom Wisniewski of Bremerton asked in an e-mail,
“Regarding the intersection of Lindvig Way, Front Street, and Bond
Road in Poulsbo, is it legal to turn right in this intersection
from one road to another?
“Bond on to Lindvig app...
Bremerton Municipal Court Judge James
Docter swears in the city’s three new police officers Wednesday.
Photo by Shannon Corin.
Three new Bremerton police officers were sworn in
Wednesday, a shot in the arm toward the department’s staffing
Poutine, a common dish found in Canada, has started to make
itself known in the states.
What would probably be considered comfort food by our friendly
neighbors to the north, is popping up as trendy food over the
border in states like our own.
The Western Athletic Conference announced Thursday it will be
adding men’s swimming and diving for the upcoming 2013-14
The WAC already has three schools that have the sport — Seattle
University, California State University-Bakersfield...
Here’s the Bainbridge Islander preview for May 17. Feel free
to give your events a plug in the comment section below.
‘SINGULAR SENSATION’ | BPA’s ‘A Chorus Line’ continues to wow
audiences through May.
VISIT FROM AN A...
Of the many different types of transportation that folks use to
get to work – driving, car pooling, riding the bus – only a couple
will also count as your work out for the day: bicycling and walking
(or running). Friday May 17th is Bike ...
A conversation about Bremerton, Port Orchard, Poulsbo, Silverdale, Bainbridge Island, Kingston, Manchester, Seabeck, Southworth, Suquamish, Belfair, Keyport, Olalla, Bangor, Hansville, Indianola, Port Gamble, Allyn, Port Ludlow, Gig Harbor and every once in a while something about the good folks who don't have the good fortune to live here.
News this week that Angelina Jolie has had a preemptive double
mastectomy shines a spotlight on BCRA1, the defective gene that
puts carriers at high risk to develop breast and ovarian
According to NBC News, Jolie, 37, revealed on Tuesday ...
North Kitsap soccer player Nate Foster
covers his face with his jersey after losing their playoff game
against Bellingham 2-1 at North Kitsap High School on Wednesday.
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J pod, one of the three groups of killer whales that frequent
Puget Sound, returned to the San Juan Islands yesterday after an
unusually long absence.
Photo courtesy of Capt. Jim
J pod typically passes through the area throughout the winter...
A report by the Washington Public Interest Research Group says
the number of miles driven by Americans has declined for eight
years, and is expected to continue in that direction with the
Millennial Generation getting behind the wheel. Governments...
Aaron Cunningham and Drew Vettleson, a couple of minor-league
outfielders, appear to have gotten untracked after slow starts.
Cunningham, from South Kitsap and Everett CC, is playing for
the Round Rock Express, Texas Rangers’ Triple-A aff...
16 bouts busted a belt-loop or two on Cage Warrior Combat’s
usual suit. This was big, and that had been the word for weeks
leading to May 11. On this hefty card, 6 professional bouts with
home-town hero Carl “Kingfist” Edwards of Full C...
The Guest House Inn & Suites, located
at 19801 7th St. here in Poulsbo, was
recently the recipient of two awards from Boomerang Hotels,
their franchise parent company.
The first award, Inn of the Year, is bestowed...
Before the season started, I wondered if playing the first games
of the season on the road would come back to hurt the Pumas.
After two games, the team hasn’t persuaded me to change that
Coming off a 3-0 loss to Victoria, the Pumas made...
State League Co-President
Kim Abel, left, presented Catherine Ahl with the Kitsap Bar
Association’s Liberty Bell Award at the annual Law Day Ceremony in
Port Orchard on Friday. The award goes to a non-lawyer who has
promoted legal education and...
More Plant Sales
Hello Dear Readers – Here are three more plants sales on
Kingston Garden Club – Saturday May 4 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
the Kingston Community Center on Highway 104 just before the ferry
Holly Ridge Center – G...
This is a patient-to-patient blog to exchange information and resources...from COPD to Arthritis to Cellulites to Sarcoidosis to Sleep Apnea to RLS to Psoriasis to Support Groups to Caregivers and all points in between.
I’m telling my recent Northwoods story backwards, my outpatient,
twice-weekly rehab ends at the Northwoods picturesque,
characteristic salt-water rehab pool and into a new
Other than my first solo horse-packing trip into the...
Third annual event to benefit the homeless in Kitsap county.
Open to people of all ages and abilities. Light snacks and drinks
before the run and a bbq lunch and award ceremony after it. WHERE:
Evergreen Park, 1400 Park Ave., Bremerton WHEN:...
Actually… elaborate disguises or moonlight dances are not
necessary. If you’d like to become a beach naturalist,
opportunities begin around the Puget Sound over the next few weeks.
Scroll below for more information.
Giant sea nymphs (Nereis s...
Our Sunday features section will have a new look
beginning Oct. 7, giving our ‘Life’ pages a more local feel and a
little more variety. At a newspaper where there’s always
more to do than we have hands to do it with, this change allows for
Busy canning, freezing and putting up right now. I keep
meaning to put together a blog post, and I have composed 100s in my
head, but regretfully they haven’t come up with a way to plug the
USB cord into my head!
While I am neglecting my f...
Milt Priggee is a longtime editorial cartoonist, and over his career has drawn for Crain’s Chicago Business, Spokane Spokesman-Review, Puget Sound Business Journal and seattlepi.com. He lives and works on Whidbey Island, producing cartoons for newspapers around the state and country. See more of his work at www.miltpriggee.com.
Arts and Entertainment reporter Michael Moore eventually takes a break from his perpetually growing agenda of attending the plays, concerts, openings and other gigs that make up the West Sound's nightlife scene. And when he does, he'll share a bit of what's come across his desk or gone through his mind here on this blog.
The indie film “Fat Kid Rules the World,” which
co-stars Bainbridge Island’s Dylan Arnold, has
taken an unorthodox approach to promoting itself, including
screenings on the recent Van’s Warped Tour.
Now, director Matthew Lillard has booked...
I love Mexican food and Puerto Vallarta is one of my favorites
on the peninsula. My husband and I took an out of town visitor to
this old favorite and it lived up to its past trips. Our guest
enjoyed the kitschy interior decorations and the great ...