The Spanish immersion program at Burley-Glenwood is unlike anything else in the region, and is already showing progress.
Downed trees and tree limbs blocked access to Olympiad Drive Road after a ferocious windstorm hit South Kitsap Nov. 24.
With the recent storm events around Kitsap County, residents may find themselves with significant quantities of storm debris, consisting of tree limbs, leaves, and other windblown material.
Happy Thanksgiving from the Port Orchard Independent and Sound Publishing.
Local artist Clive Stewart's video release party for "Burnin' Buildings" will be held 7 p.m. Dec. 1 at Everybody's American Cookhouse.
Carol Morris, City of Port Orchard attorney, is resigning effective Jan. 1.
To connect with constituents at home while he's in Washington, D.C., Rep. Derek Kilmer will host his 10th telephone town hall with callers at 6 p.m. Dec. 2 (Pacific time). Participants will have the opportunity to ask Kilmer a question or leave a message with their comments.
Puget Sound Energy reported this morning that 1,148 of its Port Orchard and Olalla customers were still without power.
Puget Sound Energy is reporting that 88 customers in Port Orchard are without power, as of 3:20 p.m.
An unregistered roofing contractor in Mason County has pleaded guilty to a felony charge for failing to provide his employees with workers’ compensation insurance.
A historical business in Port Orchard is looking for new management with its current owner presenting a unique way to get involved.
As the last Thursday in November draws near, we anticipate spending time with family and friends, eating a feast of turkey and all the trimmings, drinking an eggnog and watching some football. We also turn our thoughts to what we are thankful for in our lives.
Lake Flora (between Glenwood and Schweitzer), SE Garfield at the intersection with Woods, and NW Holly at the intersection with NW Wildcat are closed due to downed trees with power lines entangled.
Phillips Road SE is closed between SE Emelia Lane and SE Baker Road due to a tree falling with power lines entangled. Puget Sound Energy is responding.
Governor Jay Inslee today declared a state of emergency for all Washington counties that experienced wind, extreme rainfall and flood damage from the severe storm conditions that started on Nov. 14.
Mia, a paint/Arab Mix horse, needs a hospice home, and the Kitsap Humane Society is looking for one.
Kitsap County Commissioner Charlotte Garrido will host a meeting for Harper community residents to discuss their vision for the community during the next 20 years.
Kitsap Transit will be removing both the Carlisle II and the Admiral Pete from Foot Ferry service, one at a time, starting Dec. 1.
GORST – A 71-year-old Belfair man was killed and two other people were injured in a four-vehicle crash on State Route 16 Nov. 19.
South Kitsap School District reports that buses are running late for South Kitsap High School and selected other schools due to a traffic incident in Gorst.