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The Suquamish Museum received a $47,000 federal grant to care for and document several artifacts with two of its collections.
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They came in throngs, thirsty and braving the sun on Saturday for the promise of day drinking in the streets of Bremerton, and their sample schooner cups runneth over.
Bremerton voters will decide in August whether to continue to fund what city leaders say is a critical component of its fire department: the EMS levy.
The National Weather Service has release an excessive heat watch warning through July 13 with temperatures expected to reach 90 Saturday and 89 Sunday.
NOTE: "Today" and "tonight" refer to Friday, July 11. PORT ANGELES - For the fifth consecutive summer, John Goar is leading a free astronomy program with telescopes at Hurricane Ridge, 17 miles up a paved road from Port Angeles in Olympic National Park.
Two children hug at the funeral of relative Nick Corey at Miller-Woodlawn cemetery in Bremerton on Friday morning.
"It was just lucky that there were people nearby," said Jack Doninger, 88, who was at the wheel of his wife's 1991 Cadillac on May 8 when it went underwater.
The National Weather Service in Seattle has issued an excessive heat watch for Saturday morning through Sunday evening.
A fight over a man led his current girlfriend to allegedly smash her car into his ex-girlfriend's car on July 3. Kirsten Pacheco, of Central Kitsap, ran from the Central Valley Road collision scene that evening, but sheriff's deputies found her Wednesday in the Kitsap County Jail on an unrelated Department of Corrections warrant.
Beer has a story almost as long as civilization. It was consumed in ancient Egypt, written of in Mesopotamia, and carried on the backs of Germanic tribes across Europe.
The Kitsap Admirals are preparing for their third season this fall and will be holding an open tryout from 1 to 3 p.m. July 12 at their new home gym, the Youth Wellness Campus at 3030 Wheaton Way, Bremerton.
Vincent Paul Crane died on July 7, 2014 at his home in Silverdale. Vincent was born Nov. 1, 1943 on Staten Island, N.Y. to the late Vincent and Clare Crane.
He was born in Nampa, Idaho to Clinton and Ila Brown and was there through high school.
As fate would have it, the most pivotal day in the development of Kitsap County's first fully accessible playground also happens to be Gabe Uhtoff's 10th birthday.
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