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If it hadn’t have been for a snowstorm 30-plus years ago, Millstream, a Northwest gift store with a nature theme, might never have come to… Continue reading
They came. Women and men. Young and old. From all walks of life, each with their own reason for being there. Kitsap County was well… Continue reading
The group of half-a-dozen seniors is seated in a semi-circle, with scripts in hand. One-by-one they pause for a silent moment to get into character.… Continue reading
For the first time in a long time — maybe ever — the YWCA of Kitsap County will have a storefront office on Bainbridge Island.… Continue reading
Just how do you say goodbye to someone you’ve never met? That’s what I’m struggling with right now. For the past 10 years, I’ve sponsored… Continue reading
If you live in the Pacific Northwest, you’ve probably heard a lot about killer whales. Around here, there are sightseeing boat tours designed to bring… Continue reading
It took a trip home to Los Angeles to see their grandparents for Vicky and Chris Lucas to discover a new way to add to… Continue reading
If you’ve lived on Bainbridge Island for the past dozen years, chances are you’ve had something hemmed, fixed or altered by Janet Nichols. Nichols is… Continue reading
Don’t be surprised if the next time you’re at the Closet Transfer in downtown Winslow someone drops by to thank owner Carol Ingles for her help.
If you live on Bainbridge Island and are in need of help, there’s an answer. It’s called Helpline House.
Known for its twice a year Blow Out sales, Sole Mates, Bainbridge Island’s most popular shoe store, has been named the “best” for the third year in a row.
Locals know that when they’re walking along Winslow Way, they need to stop at Bon Bon and take a look at the windows.
For more than 50 years the Bainbridge Island Metro Park & Recreation District has provided recreational and cultural programs to Islanders of all ages. The Island’s park inventory includes 1,500 acres, more than 90 percent of which is protected open space.
There’s something about those cute Netherland dwarf rabbits. Just ask Carley and Leah Cargile.
If you’re planning on attending the fair on Friday, Aug. 26, wear purple. You’ll be in good company.
When it’s all finished, it will be the largest covered horse arena in Kitsap County. Maybe even throughout the Kitsap Peninsula.
When most people think of the county fair they think of horses, pigs and cows. And maybe a rabbit or two. But Kitsap County’s fair has something to offer that no others do. Exotic birds.
Ever wonder if the fair we enjoy these days looks anything like the fair of the past? A journey through the annual scrapbooks kept by the fair board may hold the answers.
Mike Brady will admit that over the years, there’s been a few “fender benders” when cars have been parking at the fair. But his goal is to make sure every single car, truck, and RV gets in and out of the fairgrounds dent-free.
It happened almost by chance. If it hadn’t been for a gig in Alaska where they were asked to open for Dwight Yoakam, Heart By Heart may never have been formed.