Staff photos by Carolyn J. Yaschur
Rod Fleck of Forks, top, and Hal Bellerud of Olympia, both members of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War, remove one of four antique windows from the Indianola Community Church. The group, along with the Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic, wants to preserve the windows that were commissioned 100 years ago for the old Bremerton Methodist Church.
WINDOWS TO A WAR SURVIVOR
The stained glass windows in Indianola Community Church always have been an enigma to the congregation....
Home prices hit $200,000 mark; Costs jumped 18 percent in just a year.
For the first time ever, the median home price in Kitsap County hit $200,000 last month....
Arson suspected in fire that demolished home, car
A family of four barely escaped from their Manette home early Sunday morning just before a torrent of fire razed it and made investigators wonder if foul play was at hand....
County wants revenue sharing or fees for casino
Kitsap County's Board of Commissioners wants the Suquamish Tribe to share casino revenues or pay a fee should the tribe be successful in getting its casino property changed from fee status to trust....
OLD MAN HOUSE
Tribe to host meeting on park future
The Suquamish Tribe will host a workshop Thursday to discuss the future of Old Man House State Park....
Rain brings relief, B.C. state of emergency lifted
VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- British Columbia Premier Gordon Campbell lifted a state of emergency for the province on Sunday as rain continued to fall on the region's wildfires....
Birthday boy celebrates by hosting car wash
Cody Myhr of Port Orchard is a child of few words. So, when he told his mother that God had spoken to his heart and told him to have a car wash instead of a traditional birthday party for his eighth b...
State Patrol: Tickets up, crashes down
Pulling over more drivers for speeding is likely the reason for fewer crashes in Kitsap County this year, according to the Washington State Patrol....
Police investigating toddler's death as homicide
EPHRATA -- Police are investigating the death of a 2-year-old Ephrata boy as a homicide....
CENTRAL KITSAP: Energy-saving grant to pay for new lighting
Puget Sound Energy has awarded the Central Kitsap School District a second grant of $139,163 to retrofit five schools and two facilities with energy-efficient lighting. The grant will help the distric...
BAINBRIDGE ISLAND: Chamber sets field trip to memorial site
The Bainbridge Island Chamber of Commerce September membership luncheon on Thursday will be a field trip to the proposed park and memorial site on Eagle Harbor....
Two set world teeter-totter record
PUYALLUP (AP) -- To say their butts were sore would be an understatement....
Prowlers return to Whidbey after 8-month deployment
NAVAL AIR STATION WHIDBEY ISLAND (AP) -- Sixteen aviators in a squadron of radar-jamming Prowler jets returned home on Sunday after an eight-month deployment with the Bremerton-based aircraft carrier U...
Weather alters flow of jet traffic
The in basket: Robert C. Reeve e-mailed in mid-August to say: "Hey, I know this isn't the type of traffic you normally deal with, but you could tell us whether the air traffic lanes over Kitsap have c...
Man dies on Willamette River...
Sex, lies and a friendship's violent end
SEATTLE -- Joshua Goldman and Jenson Hankins used to be regular visitors at their buddy John Jasmer's house....
As layoffs loom, job retraining becomes a priority
BELLINGHAM (AP) -- For union shop steward Vicki Henley, preparing for the looming disaster of full-scale layoffs at Alcoa Intalco Works has included learning about retraining programs, should her co-wo...
2002 legislative campaigns expensive, but not a record
OLYMPIA (AP) -- When political newcomer Ross Hunter began looking into running for the Legislature, he was aghast at the tab experts predicted....
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