Mark Krulish

State gives Kitsap County the ‘OK’ to move on to Phase 2

State gives Kitsap County the ‘OK’ to move on to Phase 2

The Washington State Department of Health has quickly approved Kitsap County’s variance application to move on to Phase 2 of the governor’s “Safe Start” plan.… Continue reading

State gives Kitsap County the ‘OK’ to move on to Phase 2
Kitsap County looks to enter phase two of Safe Start plan

Kitsap County looks to enter phase two of Safe Start plan

Gov. Jay Inslee announced Tuesday that more counties are now eligible to apply for a variance under an expanded criteria to move directly to phase… Continue reading

Kitsap County looks to enter phase two of Safe Start plan
Kilmer discusses CARES Act 2.0 during telephone town hall

Kilmer discusses CARES Act 2.0 during telephone town hall

U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer checked in with constituents Monday evening in a telephone town hall where he discussed updates on the federal government’s response to… Continue reading

Kilmer discusses CARES Act 2.0 during telephone town hall
U.S. Rep. Kilmer discusses CARES Act 2.0 and other relief in Monday town hall

U.S. Rep. Kilmer discusses CARES Act 2.0 and other relief in Monday town hall

U.S. Representative Derek Kilmer checked in with constituents Monday evening in a telephone town hall where he discussed updates on the federal government’s response to… Continue reading

U.S. Rep. Kilmer discusses CARES Act 2.0 and other relief in Monday town hall
Kitsap health officials: No early reopening for Kitsap

Kitsap health officials: No early reopening for Kitsap

While there have only been a handful of new positive cases of the disease in recent weeks, the county does not yet meet the criteria… Continue reading

Kitsap health officials: No early reopening for Kitsap
Washington is making progress, but state officials urge residents to not let their guard down

Washington is making progress, but state officials urge residents to not let their guard down

Washington officials are cautiously optimistic about the flattening of the curve of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the state, but are also asking residents to continue… Continue reading

Washington is making progress, but state officials urge residents to not let their guard down
Congressman Kilmer gives COVID-19 update during telephone town hall

Congressman Kilmer gives COVID-19 update during telephone town hall

The Bainbridge Island Review site has lifted the paywall on this developing story to provide readers with critical information. To support vital reporting such as… Continue reading

Congressman Kilmer gives COVID-19 update during telephone town hall
North Kitsap beats Bainbridge in its first victory of the season

North Kitsap beats Bainbridge in its first victory of the season

Looking for a boost on Monday night before beginning their Olympic League slate, the North Kitsap Vikings shut down Bainbridge Spartans with a strong defensive… Continue reading

North Kitsap beats Bainbridge in its first victory of the season
Fair grub: Crazy Eric’s | KITSAP COUNTY FAIR

Fair grub: Crazy Eric’s | KITSAP COUNTY FAIR

Like any good county or state fair, the Kitsap County Fair is renowned for its varied and unusual food choices. And while they may sell… Continue reading

Fair grub: Crazy Eric’s | KITSAP COUNTY FAIR
The ballad of the bullfighter | KITSAP COUNTY FAIR

The ballad of the bullfighter | KITSAP COUNTY FAIR

Ask a bullfighter why they go out there, night after night, and put themselves in harm’s way, and the answer might leave you unsatisfied. Not… Continue reading

The ballad of the bullfighter | KITSAP COUNTY FAIR
BI rowers help launch first scrimmage

BI rowers help launch first scrimmage

Liberty Bay got its first K.I.S.S. Sunday. Boats of various sizes raced around took on the 4.8-kilometer course thanks to the efforts of Poulsbo-based Kitsap… Continue reading

BI rowers help launch first scrimmage
Vikings edge Spartans in comeback win in football season opener

Vikings edge Spartans in comeback win in football season opener

POULSBO — The faces were different, but the results were the same. The North Kitsap ground game didn’t miss a beat in week one without… Continue reading

Vikings edge Spartans in comeback win in football season opener
Bainbridge’s Garrett Aichele knocked in the go-ahead run against Central Kitsap

Bainbridge’s Garrett Aichele knocked in the go-ahead run against Central Kitsap

EAST BREMERTON — Scoring runs hasn’t been a problem for Central Kitsap early on this season, but the Cougars were only able to bring home… Continue reading

Bainbridge’s Garrett Aichele knocked in the go-ahead run against Central Kitsap
Jason Canfield pounds the mochi with a mallet at the instruction of mochi master Shoichio Sugiyama. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Bainbridge rings in a new year at Mochi Tsuki

BAINBRIDGE ISLAND — It’s a rainy January morning, sweet rice is being steamed over the fire and the familiar cries of Shoichi Sugiyama are coming… Continue reading

Jason Canfield pounds the mochi with a mallet at the instruction of mochi master Shoichio Sugiyama. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
Bainbridge tops Olympic 56-43 in girls basketball debut

Bainbridge tops Olympic 56-43 in girls basketball debut

EAST BREMERTON — There was perhaps an element of impatience in Olivia Wikstrom’s game. Four minutes into the contest, her team had not yet recorded… Continue reading

Bainbridge tops Olympic 56-43 in girls basketball debut
Eric Petersen, Bainbridge Public Library Board President, cuts the ribbon on the newly-remodeled library on Oct. 14. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Bainbridge Public Library celebrates new look

The renvoations cost $1.3 million in privately-raised funds.

Eric Petersen, Bainbridge Public Library Board President, cuts the ribbon on the newly-remodeled library on Oct. 14. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
Young resident Owen gets to stand with firefighters Tony Parker, Justin Foley and Josh Foley at the Bainbridge Fire Department pancake breakfast on Oct. 14. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Bainbridge Fire Department celebrates 75 years with pancakes

Breakfast and fire truck rides were among the highlights.

Young resident Owen gets to stand with firefighters Tony Parker, Justin Foley and Josh Foley at the Bainbridge Fire Department pancake breakfast on Oct. 14. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
Cruz Strom and residents at the Madrona House on Bainbridge Island enjoy the new gazebo built by Strom and his volunteers. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Eagle Scout builds Madrona House seniors a place to relax

Cruz Strom, a 15-year-old Eagle Scout from Bainbridge Island, built a gazebo for use by Madrona House residents.

Cruz Strom and residents at the Madrona House on Bainbridge Island enjoy the new gazebo built by Strom and his volunteers. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)