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Loading up the pre-cut trees to transport to various locations in Kitsap County. Courtesy Olmstead Tree Farms.

Poulso tree farms to provide delivery service

Adapting to a worldwide pandemic, Olmstead Tree Farms in Poulsbo is offering a delivery service for people who want a “real” tree for Christmas, but… Continue reading

 

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Poulsbo Lions seek donations to help those in need

For over 75 years the Poulsbo Lions Club has donated money to charities all across the city as part of its holiday Bellringer program. Those… Continue reading

 

Rainy Daze is hosting a Pints for Purpose Event Nov. 28 raising money for Fishline's Christmas Child program.

Fundraiser Saturday for Christmas Child Program

Grab a pint and do some good at Rainy Daze Brewing in Poulsbo on Nov. 28, where $1 for every pint will go to Fishlines… Continue reading

 

The North Kitsap High School spirit rock was relocated to its new home in the campus commons in an effort to remain central to the school, but also monitor the messaging that goes on the rock. (submitted photo)

Negative messages lead to NKHS ‘Spirit Rock’ being moved

No, the North Kitsap High School “spirit rock” has not been removed, but relocated in an effort to better monitor the messages that appear on… Continue reading

The North Kitsap High School spirit rock was relocated to its new home in the campus commons in an effort to remain central to the school, but also monitor the messaging that goes on the rock. (submitted photo)
KCSO has provided a photo of the suspect vehicle involved in a hit and run in Suquamish.

Woman dies in hit and run; driver at large

A 75-year-old man was arrested on Friday Nov. 13 in connection with the fatal hit and run in Squamish. The man, identified as Magne Staner… Continue reading

KCSO has provided a photo of the suspect vehicle involved in a hit and run in Suquamish.
Martha & Mary in Poulsbo has confirmed at least 12 active cases of COVID-19. KPark/NKHerald

COVID outbreak at Martha Mary in Poulsbo

An outbreak of COVID-19 has struck at Martha & Mary Health Services in Poulsbo. At least 12 people have been diagnosed with COVID - seven… Continue reading

Martha & Mary in Poulsbo has confirmed at least 12 active cases of COVID-19. KPark/NKHerald
<em>Artist rendering of the roundabout.</em>

Roundabout, tunnel part of Hwy. 305 plan

The city of Poulsbo approved a construction administration agreement with the state Department of Transportation to construct the Johnson Road/ SR305 roundabout. The city formed… Continue reading

<em>Artist rendering of the roundabout.</em>
The city of Poulsbo and the Poulsbo Fire Department are partnering for the Fire CARES program starting in January.

CARES responds to mental health, abuse issues

The city of Poulsbo and the Poulsbo Fire Department are coming together to participate in the Fire CARES program, a mobile unit responsible for responding… Continue reading

The city of Poulsbo and the Poulsbo Fire Department are partnering for the Fire CARES program starting in January.
Artist rendering of the roundabout.

City partners with WSDOT on roundabout construction

The city of Poulsbo approved a construction administration agreement with the state Department of Transportation to construct the Johnson Road/ SR305 roundabout. The city formed… Continue reading

Artist rendering of the roundabout.
Clearwater Casino. Courtesy photo

Casino takes extra precautions after worker gets COVID

An employee at Clearwater Casino in Suquamish has tested positive for COVID-19. Port Madison Enterprises, which owns the casino, received a call Oct. 31 that… Continue reading

Clearwater Casino. Courtesy photo
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11th hour decision delays NKSD students to January

The North Kitsap School District will not be welcoming students back Nov. 9 - it won’t be until Jan. 11, 2021. NKSD Superintendent Laurynn Evans… Continue reading

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January forum to address questions about Poulsbo police

The city of Poulsbo and the Poulsbo Police Department will hold off on answering questions posed to them during the recent diversity panel to ensure… Continue reading

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New Poulsbo police chief thinks a restructure would make it more efficient

While some police departments nationwide are being defunded and losing officers, new Poulsbo Police Chief Ron Harding hopes to restructure his department to make it… Continue reading

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Who knew Dracula drove a little red car? Ken Park/North Kitsap Herald photographs

Halloween car show spooks, delights

Halloween festivities in Poulsbo looked a bit different this year. Rather than trick-or-treat up and down a closed-off Front Street, the little ghosts and goblins… Continue reading

Who knew Dracula drove a little red car? Ken Park/North Kitsap Herald photographs
Artist rendering of the Poulsbo Event and Recreation Center (Courtesy of Poulsbo Parks & Rec)

Poulsbo residents can determine future of PERC

Poulsbo wants to hear from residents via an online survey about what they would like to see at the Poulsbo Events and Recreation Center. The… Continue reading

Artist rendering of the Poulsbo Event and Recreation Center (Courtesy of Poulsbo Parks & Rec)
"Think big, start small, go slow," has become North Kitsap School Districts Mantra when it comes to bringing kids back to school.

NKSD startup: ‘Think big, start small, go slow’

North Kitsap School District hosted a virtual town hall Tuesday night in an effort to answer questions about the return to in-person attendance - for… Continue reading

"Think big, start small, go slow," has become North Kitsap School Districts Mantra when it comes to bringing kids back to school.

Info on R-90

Washington voters will decide Nov. 3 whether the controversial sex education bill that passed the legislature in March will go into effect or be eliminated.… Continue reading

The shops around Port Gamble are gearing up for Halloween, with little Pumpkins lining the walkways and fences.

Port Gamble touts paranormal tours among fun fall events

While it has had to cancel some of its popular fall activities due to COVID-19, Port Gamble still has plenty for those who want to… Continue reading

The shops around Port Gamble are gearing up for Halloween, with little Pumpkins lining the walkways and fences.
Shops in Downtown Poulsbo are gearing up for Halloween with spooky decorations and seasonal wear.

Poulsbo Halloween Hunt takes place of traditional trick or treating

While Poulsbo has had to cancel its traditional Halloween celebration due to the coronavirus, the Chamber of Commerce has come up with an alternative -… Continue reading

Shops in Downtown Poulsbo are gearing up for Halloween with spooky decorations and seasonal wear.
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Some going to school, but there’s no room for all

In a presentation to the Kingston Citizens Advisory Council, North Kitsap School District Superintendent Laurynn Evans revealed that in-person instruction will return Nov. 9, but… Continue reading

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