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Kitsap Sun
New Bremerton ferry gets a 'soft opening' - Kitsap Sun
Kitsap Sun
The Chimacum impressed commuters with its 'new ferry smell' Wednesday morning in vessel's maiden voyage.
'Shiny new ferry' Chimacum joins Seattle-Bremerton route after ...The Seattle Times

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USS Dallas completing 36-year-run in Bremerton
BREMERTON (Kitsap Sun) — The submarine that hunted for the Red October is now under pursuit — by a museum. The USS Dallas, made famous in the Tom Clancy 1984 novel "The Hunt For Red October" and the 1990 movie based on the book, completed ...
Terry Mosher: Former Bremerton football star spent life in service to ...Kitsap Sun

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Saint Martin's Names Sixth Cohort of Benedictine Scholars ...
Ten incoming Saint Martin's University first-year students have been selected to serve as the sixth cohort of Benedictine Scholars. The University's Benedictine ...

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Kitsap Sun
Bremerton's Lebo Boulevard gets 'rubbelized'
Kitsap Sun
Watch as a machine uses "resonant beam" technology to shatter Lebo Boulevard, an old concrete roadway built in the early 1940s. Josh Farley. Rubblizing-Lebo-01.JPG Buy Photo. A Resonant Rubblizing machine fractures the pavement on Lebo Boulevard ...

Kitsap Sun
Bears spotted near hospital in East Bremerton
Kitsap Sun
EAST BREMERTON — Kevin Gardner was delivering papers Sunday morning on Callahan Drive when “two big black dots” crossed in front of his windshield. Thinking they were too big to be dogs or raccoons, he followed them down Ash Street and, as he ...

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