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Flotilla protests Rich Passage fish pens

BAINBRIDGE ISLAND — Opponents to fish farming protested Sept. 16 in Rich Passage, the site of pens of non-native Atlantic salmon farmed by Cooke Aquaculture.… Continue reading

 

‘Poulsbo has a definite place in my heart’

Owner says Sugar Flower Market on Front Street reflects local tastes and foods

 

James Lumber’s owner: ‘The time is right’

Mitch James talks about the reasons for closing, and what might happen next

 

Chief Seattle’s speech ‘reflects the spiritual relationship between people and land’

Suquamish elder gives stirring recitation at Poulsbo City Council meeting

Ida’s fountain: Residents renew a tribute to an individual’s caring and compassion for others

POULSBO — A group of Poulsbo residents wants to restore a fountain honoring Ida A. Knudson as a reminder of the city’s appreciation for its… Continue reading

An honoring of elders: City pays tribute to Jim Henry, Bob George

POULSBO — The Poulsbo City Council and Suquamish Tribe Chairman Leonard Forsman honored two respected elders at the Sept. 6 Poulsbo City Council meeting: Suquamish… Continue reading

Very used dock, low-mileage truck, among city surplus items up for bid

POULSBO — Looking for four black softball helmets? How about a crate of slightly used softballs or two water launchers? Then there’s a well-used boat… Continue reading

After 23 years, ‘Taps’ sounds for NUWC Keyport’s Pearl Harbor, POW/MIA Day commemorations

KEYPORT — After almost a quarter century, Naval Undersea Warfare Center-Keyport is sounding “Taps” for its POW/MIA and Pearl Harbor commemorations. Last year, only two… Continue reading

It’s Eclipse Monday

Send your favorite eclipse photo to Kitsap Daily News at rwalker@soundpublishing.com

‘Chipper’ recycles waste wood, protects your air

What happens to the scrap lumber when they tear down or remodel a house?

City temporarily halts plans for future self-storage units along Highway 305

At its Aug. 16 meeting, the Poulsbo City Council employed a rarely-used regulation…

SR 104 Hood Canal Bridge to close Wednesday night, Aug. 16

SHINE – Authorities report that construction crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation will intermittently close the State Route 104 Hood Canal Bridge… Continue reading

NASA wants you to be an eclipse scientist

Instead of just being a bystander during the upcoming solar eclipse, NASA wants you to turn this once-in-a-lifetime experience into a learning experience for you… Continue reading

Sewer lines, sex offenders and Highway 305 improvements | The Poulsbo Beat

POULSBO — Sewer lines, sex offenders and the crowded Highway 305 traffic corridor were among the topics discussed at the Aug. 9 Poulsbo City Council… Continue reading

OC film school still looking for a few good film makers

BREMERTON —Want to learn from an actor who has worked with the likes of Gene Hackman and Barbara Streisand? How about a screenwriter whose first… Continue reading

Tall ship, tall crane at Brownsville

BROWNSVILLE — The skyline at the Port of Brownsville got temporarily taller this week. In addition to the towering masts of the visiting tall ship,… Continue reading

Domestic concerns dominate Kilmer’s town hall meeting

POULSBO — Issues close to home — health care, jobs, climate and the economy — were among the major interests of some 80 people who… Continue reading

Domestic concerns dominate Kilmer’s town hall meeting

POULSBO — Issues close to home — health care, jobs, climate and the economy — were among the major interests of some 80 people who… Continue reading