- About Us
- Local Savings
- Green Editions
- Legal Notices
- Weekly Ads
Connect with Us
Letters to the Editor
Some of these roundabouts, like the one at Gig Harbor, are dangerous.
Community Events, July 2015
It’s time that someone said publicly: Thank you, Pete, for a job well done.
For the second year in a row, our local Rotary Club and our Lions Club came together recently to host a citywide food drive on behalf of Fishline. Members of each club were stationed at the doors of all local grocery stores, where shoppers could choose items to donate and drop them off on the way out.
Regarding J.M. Olsen’s letter (“Freedom of Religion is sacred, and it’s the law,” KingstonCommunityNews.com), I find it hard to believe that a business can have any deeply held religious beliefs at all.
We read with interest your story, “Dreams take flight,” about Kitsap County’s fledgling group of paramotoring enthusiasts. We initially didn’t give it much thought, only that it sounded like an activity that might find a certain niche, requiring some expensive equipment but no particular skill other than the ability to work a throttle. But now we are paying full attention.