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On most weekdays, you will find Christine Chapman in her kitchen baking. But the kind of baking she does isn’t simple drop cookies or a loaf pan cake from a box mix. Her baking is artwork.
Past YWCA director remembered for her laugh, love of life.
Just what is a Master Gardener? In Kitsap County the Master Gardener Educational program consists of a 12-week course that begins in January. Training is a combination of online and in-class study being held on Fridays, mid-January through mid-April.
Just about everyone aspires to have a garden. But many times, they don't know where to begin.
Wedding invitations are just about as different as are brides and grooms. Just ask Stephanie Hughes.
Getting married at the courthouse is something often seen in the movies or on television. But it happens in real life, too. And it happens here in Kitsap County.
It’s the traditional photo booth meets social media. It’s called the Viral Booth. And there’s a company in Silverdale that can bring the Viral Booth right to your location — even your wedding reception.
They’re been to fields and farms. And churches and castles. And even to Alaska and the East Coast. That’s just a few of the places Hannah and Tyler Scholle, of Tyler and Hannah Photography in Silverdale, have been to photograph a wedding.
Wedding planners are the professionals who can make certain everything happens as it should on the big day. And that’s why they are so needed. Just ask one.
With many years of experience behind her, Lynanne White is ready for another season of weddings. She plays an important part. She dresses brides.
Thousands of people made their way to the Kitsap County Fair & Stampede last weekend during five days of sun and fun. Each and every one of them had their own reasons for coming and their own favorite event.
Being aware that law enforcement officers in Kitsap County were conducting a “Target Zero” campaign last month, aimed at nabbing distracted drivers, I decided to do one of my own.
Blame it on Howard. Or Chunky Monkey, Alphy, Grizzly and Pumpkin.
Property owners in Kitsap County will pay just about $2.50 more next year for library services to support the Kitsap Regional Libraries.