The following information is from law enforcement investigators’ reports into the reports of sexual activity occurring on a North Kitsap School District bus for students with special needs. The students involved were 11 or younger.
North Kitsap School District officials first notified parents that their children may have witnessed or been subject to sexual abuse by another student almost six months after the district was alerted by a parent.
Rep. Christopher Hurst, D-Enumclaw, and proponents of the bill say a reduced tax would be one of the most important ways of eliminating the black-market sales of marijuana, which Hurst said still makes up 65 to 75 percent of sales in the state.
KINGSTON – A Bremerton woman was one of three people injured in a four-vehicle crash on State Route 104 Feb. 10.
An emergency ordinance to allow for transitory accommodations hosted by churches and non-profit organizations will be before commissioners for approval Feb. 22, providing interim regulations until permanent regulations are developed through a full public process.
Three people were injured in a four-car collision at 2:16 p.m. Feb. 10 at Hansville Road and State Highway 104.
Iowans have made their choices. New Hampshire’s votes are being touted by the winners and analyzed by pundits. Now, it’s Kitsap County’s turn.
Two weeks ago, West Sound Academy students and staff members practiced going into lockdown. Feb. 8, they put that lockdown procedure to a real test.
North Kitsap School District Superintendent Patty Page sent the following letter to parents and staff members on Feb. 7 regarding continued odors related to the school’s heating, ventilating, and air conditioning system.
Poulsbo has a new city clerk, a new city prosecutor and a new deputy police chief. The Poulsbo City Council confirmed Mayor Becky Erickson’s appointment of Rhiannon Fernandez as city clerk and Alexis Foster as city prosecutor, on Feb. 3. Meanwhile, Sgt. Andy Pate is serving as interim deputy police chief, succeeding John Halsted, who asked to return to his former position as sergeant.
The city’s two newest officials discuss some of their goals as they prepare to start their new jobs
House Bill 2576 would give local agencies the power to limit the time they spend each month responding to public-records requests, and would allow local agencies to charge a fee for providing public records that are requested for commercial purposes.
BREMERTON — Economist John Mitchell is bullish on the local, state and national economy.
Marijuana producers, wholesalers and retailers say that certain information they are required to provide the state’s Liquor and Cannabis Board should not be subject to public records requests because it is too personal and violates their security.
Leaders of Native Nations from Oregon, Idaho, Washington, Southeast Alaska, Northern California and Western Montana are meeting at Suquamish’s Clearwater Casino Resort through Feb. 4 for the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians' Winter Convention.
Five teams from the region are competing this weekend in the 2016 PN Winter Challenge Swim Meet, at North Kitsap Community Pool. The Poulsbo Piranhas Swim Team is the host.
Students in the Poulsbo Elementary School gymnasium roared ecstatically as members of the Seattle Mariners D.R.E.A.M. Team — led by the Mariner Moose — arrived to talk about Drug-free, Respect, Education, Attitude, and Motivation, Jan. 26.
In the end, 12-year-old Piper Lowrey really didn’t get a fair chance at life.
The Aspen Institute College Excellence Program named Olympic College as one of the nation's top 150 community colleges, Jan. 25. The designation makes Olympic College eligible to compete for the 2017 Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence and $1 million in prize funds, as well as Siemens Technical Scholars Program student scholarships.
More than six months after he cut down several curbside trees in front of his auto dealership on Viking Avenue, Darrin Hudson has filed with the city a landscape plan he says will “look nicer and more eye appealing.”