Niran Al-Agba: A code that should trouble our conscience
Inequity in health care hits Black mother more often.
by Dr. Niran Al-Agba | 6 hours ago
Ed Palm: New frontiers in the wide world of weird
The talking heads who are saying all the wrong things.
by Ed Palm | 9 hours ago
Your turn: Listening more through new stories
Alison Slow Loris, Bremerton
by Alison Slow Loris | 6 days ago
Kevin Walthall: Affordability lost in the ‘zag’
Zoning designations in Bremerton are forcing new housing to be a form of luxury.
Larry Little: A call for respect and accountability
We are collectively accountable for the underlying problems that resulted in Chauvin’s actions that fateful day.
Your turn: Gorst gridlock isn’t just annoying, it’s unsafe
The Legislature needs to fund expanded and elevated highway in Gorst.
Niran Al-Agba: Vaccine failure alarming, but rare
Breakthrough COVID cases hit home in Kitsap County.
Larry Little: Seeking something solid to strike
Whether partisan-only efforts or meaningless scandal, there's too much that rings hollow today.
David Nelson: No better time to think anew
What are we adding as communities slowly emerge from a pandemic?
Niran Al-Agba: Culture of silence won’t protect kids
When a physician has the ability to make allegations against parents, transparency and scrutiny are essential.
Your turn: Vaccination effort could use a boost
A program to reimburse the agencies providing COVID vaccinations would help sustain local momentum.
Your turn: Surge shows no need for new tax
Kris Johnson, Association of Washington BusinessBusiness Journal
Your turn: Sheriff should reconsider criticism
Karen Akuyea Vargas and Peggi Erickson, on behalf of Kitsap ERACE Coalition
Kevin Walthall: Kitsap homes or Cuban cars?
How a real estate market where homes are nearly as scare as autos in a communist country could step back into reality for Kitsap buyers.
Your turn: State can support wildfire prevention
Alejandro Grajal, Woodland Park Zoo, and Hilary Franz, Commissioner of Public Lands
Niran Al-Agba: When women enable misogyny
Allegations surrounding the 'Tik Tok Doc' -- and how superiors protected him -- shine a light on why women must speak up.
Charter schools deserve equitable funding
Tatiana Epanchin and Amanda Gardener, Catalyst Public Schools
Kevin Walthall: City’s on to something now
Bremerton's zoning change can be part of creating a less exclusive city
David Nelson: Looking back on what matters
We had no idea what a pandemic would feel like, but reporting may help us prepare for the next.
Niran Al-Agba: The vaccines a newspaper saved
An example of why local journalism matters more than ever today.
Dan Weedin: Adapting your office to new norms
The pandemic has changed our culture the past year -- here's what differences are likely to stick.