Richard Walker

From left, Fishline volunteers Linda Drew Fritz and Jean Haller sort donated items before Second Season Thrift Store opens Dec. 6. The thrift store is moving from 2,000-square-foot space on Anderson Parkway to a 5,000-square-foot site in Poulsbo Village. (Richard Walker/Kitsap News Group)

Fishline’s Second Season Thrift Store moving to Poulsbo Village

Home Store building on 3rd Avenue placed on the market

 

Bill Webb

Webb resigns from North Kitsap School Board

POULSBO — North Kitsap School Board member Bill Webb resigned effective immediately Nov. 30, the school district reported Dec. 1. Webb, a school board member… Continue reading

 

From left, Cindy Webster-Martinson is greeted at her swearing-in four years ago by her mother, Marilyn Wandrey, at the North Kitsap School District offices. (File photo)

Webster-Martinson will apply for North Kitsap School Board District 5 post

Her term ends Dec. 14; will seek position vacated by Bill Webb

 

Vikings await the Lucia Bride’s lighting of the Julefest bonfire, Dec. 2 at Muriel Iverson Williams Waterfront Park. (Richard Walker/Kitsap News Group)

Julefest warmth abates winter chill

Poulsbo celebrates important cultural event

Vikings await the Lucia Bride’s lighting of the Julefest bonfire, Dec. 2 at Muriel Iverson Williams Waterfront Park. (Richard Walker/Kitsap News Group)

Poulsbo Lions donate $12K to Maritime Museum | Season of Giving

Poulsbo Maritime Museum president Tom Henderson, second from right, receives a $12,625 check from Poulsbo Lions Dennis Peters, John Macdonald and Dennis Tesch. The funds… Continue reading

Bukowsky will not accept Poulsbo City Council position

POULSBO – John R. Bukowsky has decided to not accept the Poulsbo City Council position to which he was elected on Nov. 7. That’s according… Continue reading

The county Public Works Department and the Government Affairs Committee have been working to spread the word about alternate routes to and from Old Town Silverdale. (Visit Kitsap)
The county Public Works Department and the Government Affairs Committee have been working to spread the word about alternate routes to and from Old Town Silverdale. (Visit Kitsap)

National Weather Service issues warning of landslide risk

POULSBO — Weekend rain, combined with rain expected each day this week, has prompted the National Weather Service to issue a landslide warning for much… Continue reading

Poulsbo booster Bill Austin recovering from broken hip

POULSBO — Poulsbo booster Bill Austin is at Martha & Mary, recovering from surgery to repair a broken hip and undergoing physical therapy. The bushy-haired… Continue reading

Two crashes, one injury during Thanksgiving weekend

GORST — Two separate vehicle collisions over Thanksgiving weekend resulted in one injury, and serve as a reminder to consider road conditions when driving during… Continue reading

Paulson sentenced to 12 years for mid-1980s statutory rapes

PORT ORCHARD — Former Poulsbo resident Ronald Lee Paulson will serve 12 years in prison for the mid-1980s rapes of a minor. He was on… Continue reading

Clock is ticking for Kingston Food Bank

Rent money runs out in two years

CHI Franciscan certificate of need upheld

Harrison Silverdale expansion cleared; Bremerton will get a new clinic

Strakeljahn re-elected to Bremerton Port Commission | 2017 Election

BREMERTON — Bremerton Port District voters had a choice between Axel Strakeljahn and his economic development track record over the last six years; and Robert… Continue reading

Greene, Hoffman re-elected; Buesch, Foley leading | Election Notebook

Central Kitsap School Board, Illahee Port, Silverdale Water, North Perry Water District

Landslide third-term win for Poulsbo Mayor Erickson | 2017 Election

POULSBO — Election Day was just another day on the job for Poulsbo Mayor Becky Erickson. First, beginning at 8:30 a.m., she was at a… Continue reading

Write-in candidates fall way short in bids for Poulsbo City Council, Position 7 | 2017 Election

John R. Bukowsky, who withdrew his candidacy, wins; council will likely appoint new member

Big day arrives for candidates — and voters

Today is Election Day. Ballots must be postmarked Nov. 7 or deposited into a drop box by 8 p.m.