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Jul

A Whale of a Summer: 2022 Whaling Days and Kitsap Fair & Stampede

Silverdale’s Biggest Summer Festivals are Back for the Summer of 2022 and Putting on a Whale of a Show! First, the annual Whaling Days Festival is on from Friday, July 29 (with Fireworks at dusk), to Sunday, July 31, when the Silverdale Rotary’s signature fundraising Duck Race will take place.  Next, the 2022 Kitsap Fair and Rodeo will welcome back the best carnival […]

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Mar

Natural Gas Furnaces, Water Heaters in Crosshairs for Northwest Policymakers

Pacific Northwest policy makers are taking aim at phasing out natural gas furnaces and water heaters for new construction. Cities from Eugene to Bellingham have teed up bans on natural gas in new commercial buildings. But natural gas has its defenders, too, who have beaten back proposed phase outs before. Burning fossil fuels in homes and businesses is the second biggest source […]

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Jan

When “Snow Time” Becomes “Showtime”

Sledding into 2022 has been a bumpy ride with snow, ice and freezing rain turning our daily activities into Olympic (“Peninsula”) events. For a great many, the ice and snow can be an aggravation, while for others it can be an inspiration for creativity. Here is what happens when some have turned their snow supply […]

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Dec

A Koala-ty Christmas in the PNW and “Down Under”

Picture Christmas and New Year’s in balmy, tropical weather, spotting Santa on the beach, riding a surfboard over the breaking waves, or building a snowman, not out of snow, but out of sand. While we celebrate Christmas every year during the frosty, winter temperatures of late December, often dreaming of a “White Christmas” from a fresh snowfall […]

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Nov

Tornado warning startles Kitsap County as severe weather strikes Western Washington

Residents across North Kitsap County were startled Tuesday around noon as tornado alerts triggered emergency warning sounds to cry out on smartphones across the region. The National Weather Service advised that areas spanning Silverdale, Kingston, and North Bainbridge Island were at risk. Large waves crashed across the car lanes of the Agate Pass Bridge forcing […]

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Sep

Remember the Quality Heating Website 20-Years Ago?

Let’s start with a quick answer to the question above — as soon as you suspect that there is a problem! No, we may not have the coldest winter weather in the country. That does not mean, however, that you can afford to take risks with the condition and operation of your home heating system.

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