The Poulsbo Marine Science Center is now the Western Washington University SEA Discovery Center. The change in operation, celebrated May 24, takes effect on June 1.
Driver was allegedly under the influence of heroin
The body of a missing WSDOT employee and his car have been found. "Very early this morning, crews confirmed that they found the missing vehicle and our employee about 150 feet north of the bridge," acting Secretary of Transportation Roger Millar reported May 23.
Gov. Jay Inslee participated in the 2016 Viking Tour, a series of 5-, 35- and 65-mile bike rides, May 22. The event took place during Viking Fest weekend. More than 300 riders participated.
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.
A man was injured in a fall from a horse deep in the Port Gamble trail system May 22. The man’s riding helmet appears to have protected him from more serious injury, North Kitsap Fire & Rescue spokeswoman Michele Laboda reported.
A weekend of carnival rides and contests and live entertainment and fair food would follow, but at this moment, the opening ceremony for Viking Fest would provide the deeper understanding of what events like this are all about.
The 2016 ambassador finalists for the Armed Forces Festival have been named, including Andrea Hjorten and Katheryn Racca from Bremerton High School.
Strap on your walking shoes and break out your hand-held American flags, because the 68th annual Armed Forces Day Parade marches through Bremerton at 10 a.m. May 21.
Haze Sommer looked out past her deck toward Liberty Bay early May 19, as she does every morning, but was shocked by what she saw this particular dawn on the lawn of the Windsong Apartments where she lives. An arrow was sticking out of a goose’s leg.
Poulsbo housing construction is booming along the northern and eastern city limits with 1,161 new homes or apartments on the books.
A 13-year-old boy was being detained and questioned by Poulsbo police after he allegedly “bantered” with another student about having a gun aboard a North Kitsap school bus.
Capt. Doug LaCoste, USN, is the new commanding officer of Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division, Keyport. He succeeds Cmdr. Dustin Demorest, who served as interim commanding officer since March and will continue serving as executive officer. The change of command took place April 29.
Housing Kitsap and Sound West Group are looking at the feasibility of building affordable-rent apartments on south Viking Avenue
The state’s acting secretary of transportation said a WSDOT bridge maintenance technician’s personal vehicle breached a pedestrian cable railing on the lower deck of the SR 104 Hood Canal Bridge while leaving his work shift late May 16.
Competitive grant will provide environmental job training for Tribal members
North Kitsap lacrosse players were not all that clear on what the score was until the end of the game. That’s been a key part of the team’s success.
Six unclaimed, deceased veterans will be remembered and honored in ceremony and song at The Unforgotten, Run to Tahoma VII Celebration of Life on May 28 during Memorial Day weekend, at the Kitsap County Administration Building plaza, 619 Division St., Port Orchard.
North Kitsap High School principal asks parents to 'remind your students the importance of watching for traffic when crossing the road.' He also asked drivers to 'please be extra vigilant where students are walking.'