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The Suquamish Tribe presents a model of a Coast Salish canoe to the Poulsbo Maritime Museum, July 14. (Ian A. Snively/Kitsap News Group)

Suquamish Tribe presents Coast Salish canoe model to the Poulsbo Maritime Museum

Suquamish Tribe and Mayor Erickson celebrate new display with museum staff

 

Q&A: Poulsbo mayoral candidate Ricky D. Moon | Podcast

Q&A: Poulsbo mayoral candidate Ricky D. Moon | Podcast

Poulsbo mayoral candidate Ricky D. Moon talks about his campaign and the issues

 

Dunlap climbs into his custom paddle boat, which took him 20 years to make.                                Ian Snively / Kitsap News Group

Custom-made paddle boat is displayed on Liberty Bay

POULSBO — With 3.5-inch engines, 80 square feet of tubing and one large paddle wheel, Allan D. Dunlap’s paddle boat touched the Liberty Bay water… Continue reading

 

The architect’s rendering of Fishline’s Comprehensive Services Center was on display at the groundbreaking and community picnic. (Ian A. Snively/Kitsap News Group)

Fishline’s new center will be completed in early 2018

POULSBO — North Kitsap Fishline has about $1 million to raise for its Comprehensive Services Center — $500,000 if the state Legislature approves the capital… Continue reading

The architect’s rendering of Fishline’s Comprehensive Services Center was on display at the groundbreaking and community picnic. (Ian A. Snively/Kitsap News Group)
Jordan and Jayne (no last name given)

What are you planning to do on Independence Day? | Street Talk

Carissa and Regan Walker, Kingston: “We are going to go down and enjoy the Kingston 4th of July Parade and maybe the fireworks.” William Mash,… Continue reading

Jordan and Jayne (no last name given)
Others went all out and wore period clothing, parading with own covered wagons made of paper and chicken wire. (Ian A. Snively/Kitsap News Group)

Poulsbo students parade into the future

Poulsbo Elementary and North Kitsap High students celebrate the end of school

Others went all out and wore period clothing, parading with own covered wagons made of paper and chicken wire. (Ian A. Snively/Kitsap News Group)
Poulsbo Elementary School Principal Claudia Alves is retiring after 46 years as a educator. Students a, faculty and staff members honored her in a full-house assembly June 16 at the school. (Sophie Bonomi/Kitsap News Group)

Alves retires after 46 years in education

Retiring principal: “I’ve always wanted the kids to end up being good kids”

Poulsbo Elementary School Principal Claudia Alves is retiring after 46 years as a educator. Students a, faculty and staff members honored her in a full-house assembly June 16 at the school. (Sophie Bonomi/Kitsap News Group)
Detail from the Poulsbo Maritime Museum’s exterior. (Ian A. Snively/Kitsap News Group)
Detail from the Poulsbo Maritime Museum’s exterior. (Ian A. Snively/Kitsap News Group)
The Poulsbo CF Walk raised $26,600 on June 3. Hundreds of volunteers participated. CF patients and their families, friends, and others who care walked proudly down the streets of cloudy Poulsbo, walking to find the light at the end. (Ian Snively/Kitsap News Group)

Memories, and hopes for future, drive Poulsbo CF participants

A look back at the 25th annual Poulsbo CF Walk — and the celebration of a remarkable life

The Poulsbo CF Walk raised $26,600 on June 3. Hundreds of volunteers participated. CF patients and their families, friends, and others who care walked proudly down the streets of cloudy Poulsbo, walking to find the light at the end. (Ian Snively/Kitsap News Group)
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 said she may run for office again in the future

Only Native American in elected office outside of Tribal government in Kitsap County

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)
Poulsbo City Council member Jim Henry will be called ‘council member emeritus’ when he leaves office at the end of the year. (File photo)

Henry reflects on his long career in city service

Poulsbo City Council member is retiring, but will stay on as city’s liaison to the Suquamish Tribe

Poulsbo City Council member Jim Henry will be called ‘council member emeritus’ when he leaves office at the end of the year. (File photo)
Dan Wenzlaff of Poulsbo and his son, Bob, head to the green at a golf course in Napa, California, in November 2016. The elder Wenzlaff was 103. (Wenzlaff family photo)

At 104, Daniel H. Wenzlaff is young at heart

POULSBO — Daniel H. Wenzlaff may be 104, but many consider him young at heart. Consider the airline he recently flew with to see family… Continue reading

Dan Wenzlaff of Poulsbo and his son, Bob, head to the green at a golf course in Napa, California, in November 2016. The elder Wenzlaff was 103. (Wenzlaff family photo)