Our view: Bonds weigh present with future plans
Both CKFR and SKFR are making major requests at a time of uncertainty.
Our view: Local control is a loser with I-976
I-976 creates a significant problem for local governments that will hurt residents.
Our view: Enough task-force talk on housing
The conclusion of a Kitsap Regional Coordinating Council task force doesn't mean we've given up on affordable housing.
Our view: Maybe now you’ll heed vape warnings?
A nationwide health scare follows warning from Kitsap's health leaders made years ago.
Our View: Keep Clear Creek’s health primary
A potential DNR deal should be driven by local concern for the watershed.
Our View: Precious potential in Port Orchard
A potential conference center could be big on Bay Street, so leaders should communicate the plan well.
Our view: Actions offer hope on gun violence
Washington isn't waiting around to take steps that address gun violence.
Our View: Great days ahead for Green Mountain
The cooperation involved in the state plan to expand recreation is laudable.
Our view: Housing Kitsap sticks to its mission
A 13-unit apartment building on Bainbridge should be maintained as affordable housing.
Our View: The safety of Pendleton Place
A proposed 72-unit apartment building could have a major impact on homelessness, while minimizing fears about shelters.
Our view: Recognizing hope in homeless crisis
Ongoing projects demonstrate the progress the county has made
Our view: Higher ed is a promise worth keeping
A legislative bill could help put higher education within reach for more people.
Our View: Local school levies are still needed
Understanding the continued need for local funding in schools.
Our View: Important step in our proud tradition
PSNS and IMF is fortunate to host the first female shipyard commander in U.S. history.
Introducing the 2019 Kitsap Sun editorial board
The five new community members join to help shape Sun opinion columns.
Our View: Preparing now for the unexpected
The Port Orchard tornado reminds us that greater natural threats are known to be lurking beneath us.
Our view: Why can’t track also wait in line?
The Kitsap PFD shouldn't allow one project funding ahead of other worthy requests.
Our view:Housing Kitsap’s need for transparency
The agency, mired in financial trouble, needs to open up about what's going on
Our view: A step to clean up the mud
Legislation in Olympia may help slow down the negative campaigning.
Our view: Choosing ideas in coroner’s election
Status quo or a major shift are options in county race.
Our View: How to chose a county auditor
The editorial board explains how to chose between Paul Andrews and Richard Huddy.
Our view:Will SK keep asking for a high school?
Read about what our editorial board is asking about South Kitsap's bond and levy election.
Our View: Perhaps the only path to safer streets
Kitsap Sun editorial board column on Bainbridge Island's SAFE Mobility levy.
Our View: A fair deal for federal workers
Congress should honor the pay raises intended for government employees.
Our View: Using ‘infill’ as a housing option
Mayor Greg Wheeler is proposing small changes to address affordable housing.
Our View: Packed race for 26th District, Pos. 2
Commentaries for the four candidates running for House Pos. 2.
Our View: Incumbent’s record is 26th challenge
Rep. Jesse Young has legislative wins despite ethics controversy
Our View: Seeking moderates in the 26th Senate
A swing district gets two candidates who appear to land near the middle.
Our View: Do party labels matter in 35th LD?
Democrats Tim Sheldon and Irene Bowling are top candidates, but don't share an ideology.
Our View: Elections ideas coming your way
The editorial board's commentaries on candidates will start appearing this week.
Our View: Independence weighing gun initiative
The Secretary of State will be pressured by politics, but shouldn't let that sway decisions.
Our View: Reporting protects an institution
Scrutiny over KCR's hiring and handling of recent news is vital.
Our View: Answers are needed from KCR’s board
Board members of Kitsap Community Resources need to be vocal in protecting the trust during a time of uncertainty.