Natalie Myers is a courageous young woman. At one time, she struggled with depression and entertained thoughts of suicide. But she knew enough to seek help. Now, she’s taking her year as Miss Viking Fest to call attention to what she sees as a problem in our community — a preventable problem.
They want to represent you in the halls of county government, in the state Legislature and in Congress.
Over the past few years, Kitsap County has preserved more than 11 miles of stream banks to keep our water clean and protected 534 acres of wildlife habitat and recreation lands as part of the ongoing Kitsap Forest and Bay Project, with funds to acquire another 500 acres by the close of 2014. The scale of this project is nearly unprecedented, but even with all this success, we can’t stop now.
On July 8, Washington got into the weeds (pun intended). For some in law enforcement, jaded by trivial marijuana busts, it’s a long-time coming.