SILVERDALE — Kitsap County Commissioner Ed Wolfe was taken hostage during a training exercise at the Billie Eder Community Center May 27. Fortunately for Wolfe, law enforcement officers were able to rescue him.
BREMERTON — Elmo, Cookie Monster, and the gang are scheduled to put on two shows for military families at the Naval Base Kitsap (NBK) Bremerton Fitness Complex May 31 and June 1, as part of the "USO Experience for Military Families Tour".
HOOD CANAL — The body of a Washington State Department of Transportation employee and his vehicle were recovered from the Hood Canal the morning of May 26.
BREMERTON — Phil Shaffer of Bremerton will be a contestant on Wheel of Fortune Monday, May 30. He is a nuclear machinist for the U.S. Navy and is currently stationed on USS Nimitz. In his free time he enjoys spending time with his three-year-old daughter.
The woman said her boyfriend didn’t arrive to pick her up, and said she stole the coat because it was cold out and she had to walk home. She then went to PetSmart and stole two cat brushes worth $96 and flea medicine worth $97 for her grandmother’s cats.
There comes a time in the life of every child when they must grow up, move on and live on their own. Everyone reaches that point in their own time, sooner or later.
Olympic College and Puget Sound Naval Shipyard & Intermediate Maintenance Facility have jointly received a partner of the year award from the Washington State Association of College Trustees (ACT).
The summit saw more than 70 male students of color from nearby high schools visit OC in an effort to expose them to the college environment and encourage them to continue their education past high school.
SILVERDALE — A grim scene of two crashed cars and several injured and dying students was on display during a mock car crash at a Central Kitsap High School ball field May 17.
Bucklin Hill Bridge ribbon cutting in July, Auto group donates $54,000 to YMCA
SILVERDALE — Two boys were airlifted to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle after they fell from a third floor bedroom window in the Ridgetop area of Silverdale May 24.
Candidate filing for the Nov. 8 general election closed May 20 — 120 candidates filed for 32 offices.
Bremerton's 68th annual Armed Forces Day Parade was a celebration of the armed forces and the local community. Not even a little rain on the parade could dampen the spirit of the community event on May 21.
The Armed Forces Regatta, hosted by the Seattle Outboard Association, was held May 21-22 at Kitsap Lake in Bremerton. The race was a sanctioned Power Boat Association event, allowing drivers in more than 15 classes to earn points toward championships.
BREMERTON – Capt. John Ring, Commanding Officer, USS Nimitz, will be the guest speaker at Naval Base Kitsap’s (NBK) annual commemoration of the Battle of Midway at 9 a.m., Friday, June 3.
PORT ORCHARD — The Kitsap County Board of County Commissioners will resume deliberations Monday on an ordinance amending Chapter 10.48 of the Kitsap County Code, creating the authority for Commissioners to adopt a resolution limiting the sale and use of fireworks during periods of drought or other emergencies.
SILVERDALE — A “hostage” will be rescued from the Silverdale Billie Eder Community Center as law enforcement officer and firefighters use the center for training purposes before the building is torn down.
SEATTLE – The Port of Seattle announced nearly $100,000 in grants this week to support tourism across Washington, including $10,000 to Visit Kitsap Peninsula to create an international portal to the organization’s website.
SILVERDALE — Having a plan to deal with a potential crisis is one way that businesses can not only survive challenging times, but thrive.
A 28-year-old Bremerton man was charged with DUI after he hit his girlfriend and then drove a Jeep Cherokee near Gorst May 12. A state trooper contacted the man, who told the trooper he had two drinks did not want to go to jail on “some kind of technicality” and refused to take a field sobriety test and a breath test.