Silverdale hits shops for a good cause

November 5, 2014 by  

Silverdale locals can start their holiday shopping while helping others.

The first annual ‘Jingle Fest’, a holiday craft and [Read more]

Fruitful times to be had this month

October 2, 2014 by  

Silverdale residents can welcome fall with an educational and fruity event.

Peninsula Fruit Club is hosting a Fall Fruit Show in [Read more]

Phone tower construction mooted in Silverdale

September 17, 2014 by  

A new communications tower has been proposed by AT&T Mobility, the location of which would be on Dickey Road in Silverdale, Washington.

The tower would be a 185-foot tall monopole, and would be [Read more]

Peninsula’s new aquatic offering celebrated this month

August 18, 2014 by  

This Saturday, paddlers will gather to celebrate the Kitsap Peninsula Water Trails receiving designation within the [Read more]

Silverdale native kicks off musical tour

July 22, 2014 by  

While musician Michaela Anne described her family moving constantly as a child since her father served as a Navy submarine captain, she told the Frederick News Post that her family always returned to Silverdale, Washington. Now, she’s launched a [Read more]

Financial planner recognized among state’s best

June 21, 2014 by  

Peter Taafe, with Ameriprise Financial, may want to look into new business card printing; announced in May, Taafe has been honored as one of the [Read more]

Publisher announces change in management for Kitsap newspapers

May 28, 2014 by  

Several executives at Sound Publishing may need to update their digital business cards, because the publishing company has announced several changes to key staff, effective at the end of April.

Lori Maxim, Sound Publishing Vice President, has accepted an expansion to her duties that will include responsibilities as a regional publisher who oversees all Sound Publishing’s Kitsap County operations. She will also continue with her current responsibilities as vice president.

Company President Gloria Fletcher said:

“Lori knows and understands Kitsap County exceptionally well.”

“She lives there and appreciates everything each community in the county has to offer. She has the right mix of dynamic leadership skills and passion for her new role.”

Maxim spoke to the Bainbridge Review, conveying her excitement and pride to be tasked with both of these roles, stressing her commitment to providing excellent journalism across multiple platforms for the company.

Meanwhile, Donna Etchey, North Kitsap Herald and Bainbridge Island Review Publisher, has earned a promotion to the role of regional advertising director in Kitsap County. The new role highlights her team building skills and her ability to advertise.

Maxim spoke of Etchey’s leadership skills and the respect she is held in both in the community and the workplace, while also giving a nod to the new position-holder’s experience and ability in working alongside advertisers.

Weekend event likely to hook young anglers

April 25, 2014 by  

Children up to the age of 14 are being given a chance to try out fishing tomorrow.

A ‘Kids’ Fishing Day’ is being organized and sponsored by [Read more]

Washington honors the military

March 28, 2014 by  

This weekend’s Military Appreciation Day is a family event that proudly supports the U.S. Military Troops in the Kitsap area. Families will enjoy many activities and entertainment in the great outdoors, and no doubt poster and banner printing have been some of [Read more]

Wedding expo to ring the bells

February 16, 2014 by  

The 2nd Annual Kitsap Wedding Expo is produced by Gordon Sound, and provides couples with the opportunity to come out and check out wedding vendors from across the area, as well as newlywed services.

Printing services might have been used to spread the [Read more]

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