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Ben Harris grew up on Bainbridge Island and graduated from Bainbridge High School in 1995. He is currently the Chief Economist and Economic Adviser to Vice President Joe Biden.
From bank statements to tax forms, Marilee Hageman knows it all — and she can help you get organized.
It’s important to talk about the options and the ‘what ifs’ when thinking about your future health care needs.
When it came to Jack Hildebrand, he knew how to treat his customers. At least that’s what his former customers, friends and neighbors say.
After serving the YWCA of Kitsap County for 20 years as its Executive Director, Linda Joyce stepped down a year ago this month. She arrived at the 2014 YWCA Women of Achievement luncheon in a wheelchair, straight from the hospital, telling the crowd that she wasn’t going to miss the event.
When it comes to women who broke the gender barrier, Adele Ferguson was certainly one of them.
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.
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.
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.
With many years of experience behind her, Lynanne White is ready for another season of weddings. She plays an important part. She dresses brides.
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.