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Poulsbo PD taped off the south end of the waterfront park in Poulsbo following the officer-involved shooting on July 3. (photo by Ken Park)

KCIRT investigation into July 3 police shooting turned over to Kitsap County Prosecutor

Prosecutor expected determine whether to file criminal charges in 60 days

 

Lutefisk Dinner returns to Poulsbo First Lutheran this Saturday

Traditional Poulsbo dinner dates back 107 years

 

Paige Stringer shows her own hearing aids to Mongolian child.

Poulsbo resident earns recognition from World of Children

Poulsbo resident Paige Stringer received the 2019 World of Children Health Award and a $100,000 grant for her work as the founder and executive director… Continue reading

 

(l-r) Dr. Ani Fleisig and Diane Munroe at T-Mobile Park, where Diane got to throw out the first pitch at the Mariners game. (photo courtesy of Diane Munroe)

3D technology saves Poulsbo woman’s life

Thanks to the introduction of three-dimensional mammography at CHI Franciscan in Burien, Diane Monroe, 65 of Poulsbo, was able to receive immediate treatment for her… Continue reading

(l-r) Dr. Ani Fleisig and Diane Munroe at T-Mobile Park, where Diane got to throw out the first pitch at the Mariners game. (photo courtesy of Diane Munroe)

Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe awarded $1.5 million in grant funding to enhance law enforcement

The Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe is one of ten tribes in western Washington receiving grant funds from the U.S. Department of Justice to enhance tribal… Continue reading

Whole Silver City Brewery crew in front of its new packaging facility at its spot in Bremerton (photo courtesy of Silver City)

Silver City Brewery wins big at Great American Beer Festival

Silver City Brewery has been attending the Great American Beer Festival since 1998 and after a few gold medals over the years, the brewery finally… Continue reading

Whole Silver City Brewery crew in front of its new packaging facility at its spot in Bremerton (photo courtesy of Silver City)

Port Madison Enterprises Construction awarded $99M Navy contract

The U.S. Navy has selected the Suquamish Tribe’s Port Madison Enterprises Construction Corporation, or PMECC, for a five-year contract of up to $99 million in… Continue reading

Poulsbo Elementary Safety Patrol (photo by Teri Marshall) (l-r)
                                Kayla Karlin, Garrett Stoddard, Alexis Kofol, Mia Kalmbach, Eliana Frazier, Abigail Holland, Gracie Griffin, Dagny Melone, Natalie Ramey, Conner Bue, Hailey Langford, Peyton Maganda, Toby Duncan, and Davin Lancaster.

Safety Patrol teaches leadership and inspires Poulsbo Elementary students

Becoming a member of the Safety Patrol at Poulsbo Elementary is often a youngster’s first foray into what it is like to have a full-time… Continue reading

Poulsbo Elementary Safety Patrol (photo by Teri Marshall) (l-r)
                                Kayla Karlin, Garrett Stoddard, Alexis Kofol, Mia Kalmbach, Eliana Frazier, Abigail Holland, Gracie Griffin, Dagny Melone, Natalie Ramey, Conner Bue, Hailey Langford, Peyton Maganda, Toby Duncan, and Davin Lancaster.

League of Women Voters hosts candidate night for North Kitsap voters

The League of Women Voters Kitsap hosted a candidate forum at Poulsbo City Hall Monday evening, offering folks a chance to ask questions of the… Continue reading

Fishline’s Comprehensive Services Center helps thousands since opening

It has been nearly a year since Fishline opened the doors to its new building on Viking Avenue and while increased storage for its food… Continue reading

City of Poulsbo acquires first rights of way for Johnson Parkway project

The City of Poulsbo took another step forward with the Johnson Parkway project by approving the right of way acquisitions for portions of two properties… Continue reading

North Kitsap Fire & Rescue and the Poulsbo Fire Department are both looking to renew emergency services levies this November. Photo courtesy NKF&R

NKF&R and Poulsbo Fire seeking to continue EMS Levies

Two of Kitsap County’s six public fire departments are asking voters to renew the long-standing property tax that provides funding for the area’s emergency medical… Continue reading

North Kitsap Fire & Rescue and the Poulsbo Fire Department are both looking to renew emergency services levies this November. Photo courtesy NKF&R
NKSD Paraeducators dressed in blue to show they’re a team while speaking to the district board. (photo courtesy of Dawn Navarette)

Paraeducators ask NKSD board to restore cut hours

Decked out in blue, paraeducators confronted the North Kitsap School District Board of Directors during its Sept. 28 meeting, asking them to restore hours to… Continue reading

NKSD Paraeducators dressed in blue to show they’re a team while speaking to the district board. (photo courtesy of Dawn Navarette)

League of Women Voters hosts candidate night for North Kitsap voters

League of Women Voters Kitsap will be hosting a candidate forum at Poulsbo City Hall tonight at 5:30 p.m. The candidates will include eight individuals… Continue reading

Judith Ryan photography showcased at Villiage Green Community Center

Throughout the month of October Judith Ryan’s photographic collection will be displayed in the Hallway Gallery at the Village Green Community Center in Kingston. The… Continue reading

Three cars involved in Wednesday crash on Lemolo Shore Drive

One passenger sustained minor injuries following a three-car crash on Wednesday according to the Washington State Patrol. At approximately 4:18 p.m. on Oct. 2, an… Continue reading

Kathleen Sutton Fund to host 17th annual fundraiser Oct. 5

The Kathleen Sutton Fund will hold its 17th annual silent and live auction fundraiser Oct. 5 at the Hood Canal Pavilion in Port Gamble. The… Continue reading

Photo courtesy of Kitsap Public Health District

Shellfish harvesting closed in Liberty Bay

Kitsap Public Health District announced Tuesday that recreational shellfish harvesting in Liberty Bay is closed due to high levels of the marine biotoxin paralytic shellfish… Continue reading

Photo courtesy of Kitsap Public Health District
Skinny Blue took home $4, 000 as the winners of the competition. (l-r) Collin Ray, Kevin Blackwood, Thys Wallwork, and Frank Portello.

Skinny Blue and Eleventy One win Kitsap Battle of Bands

Music from some of Kitsap County’s most talented bands filled William D. Harvey Theatre last Saturday for the Kitsap County Battle of the Bands finale.… Continue reading

Skinny Blue took home $4, 000 as the winners of the competition. (l-r) Collin Ray, Kevin Blackwood, Thys Wallwork, and Frank Portello.

NKSD projects need more funding despite $40M levy

NKSD has $80M worth of capital projects and $40M in levy funds to spend