Michelle Wold of Port Orchard has graduated from Pacific University with a bachelor’s degree in biology.
Church as missionary speaking, music concert and “old-fashion Pentecostal revival” slated
Five generations gather for Pat King Harms' 90th birthday celebration on June 1.
An audition for a small part in the short film “Closing Time” will be held at 6:30 p.m. July 23 on the second floor of MoonDogs Too.
Southworth resident D.E. “Don” Manning has dreamed about writing a movie script. Now his dream is coming true.
Kaboom, a 16-and-under girls fastpitch team from Port Orchard, won the USSSA 16U-B state tournament on July 13 in Kent. The team posted a 5-0 mark for the two-day tournament. This was the fourth year in a row the team has won the state title.
Persons who ever wondered about the historic homes in downtown Port Orchard will have an opportunity to see some of the homes during the Sidney Museum and Arts Association’s annual Historic Homes and Garden Tour on July 26-27.
Air Force Reserve Airman First Class Taylor B. Lloyd graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio.
More than 80 vintage and classic cars and trucks rolled into the grounds and parking lot of the Port Orchard Eagles Hall for the fourth annual Car Show and Shine. Sunny skies and warm temperatures welcomed the crowd and those displaying their automobiles.
Hundreds of volunteers are needed to help give riders a fantastic experience.
Fathoms representatives presented an appreciation award to Wave Broadband for sponsoring the fireworks show for the eighth year.
Nick Corey died July 2, at age of 83. According to his wife, he had suffered with dementia in the past few months, but died of heart failure.
Air Force Airman Jacob A. Hardwick graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
Darrell and Grace Stead, of Port Orchard, will celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary this month.
Soroptimist International of Port Orchard installed new officers for the 2014-15 year on June 24 at the Clubhouse at McCormick Wood.
A.J. Callan, who served in that capacity since 1998, elected to retire. Theressa Prather, who was an assistant principal at Chautauqua Elementary School in the Vashon Island School District, has succeed him.
The South Kitsap School District has seen an influx of Spanish-speaking students in recent years.
Callie Jones of Port Orchard was among the approximately 1,000 Undergraduates who graduated from The Evergreen State College.
Eleven Port Orchard students were named to the Deans’ List for the spring quarter at Eastern Washington University.
Justine Morris, of Port Orchard, was one of five students who were presented a $1,000 scholarship by the Bremerton Chapter of the United States Submarine Veterans at a June 17 ceremony at the Bremerton Fleet Reserve No. 29 facility.