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17-year-old in serious condition following SR 305 crash

17-year-old in serious condition following SR 305 crash

Around 1 p.m. Friday, July 12, Washington State Patrol responded to a crash at the intersection of SR 305 and Totten Road. According to Washington… Continue reading

17-year-old in serious condition following SR 305 crash
Hop into midsummer with these local brews

Hop into midsummer with these local brews

While the weather hasn’t been acting like its the middle of summer lately, local breweries are still releasing their mid-summer seasonal specials along with some… Continue reading

Hop into midsummer with these local brews
Officer reportedly lost body camera in scuffle during July 3 shooting

Officer reportedly lost body camera in scuffle during July 3 shooting

New information has come to light in the investigation into the fatal July 3 officer-involved shooting of Stonechild “Stoney” Chiefstick. Bremerton Police Lt. Kevin Crane… Continue reading

Officer reportedly lost body camera in scuffle during July 3 shooting
Tribal Canoe Journey celebrating 30 years in Suquamish

Tribal Canoe Journey celebrating 30 years in Suquamish

Traditional ocean going canoes are scheduled to land at the Charles Lawrence boat ramp this Friday, as the Suquamish tribe welcomes other tribes of the… Continue reading

Tribal Canoe Journey celebrating 30 years in Suquamish
Superintendent: many factors at play in NKSD budget deficit

Superintendent: many factors at play in NKSD budget deficit

Shadow of McCleary fix, low enrollment, higher health care cost, working against a balanced budget

Superintendent: many factors at play in NKSD budget deficit
Poulsbo City Council intends to adopt tax for affordable housing

Poulsbo City Council intends to adopt tax for affordable housing

Thanks to the passage of House Bill (HB) 1406, Poulsbo, like many cities in Washington, now have the opportunity to adopt a sales and use… Continue reading

Poulsbo City Council intends to adopt tax for affordable housing
Community calls for police accountability at Poulsbo council meeting

Community calls for police accountability at Poulsbo council meeting

It was a full house at Poulsbo City Hall on July 10, the first Poulsbo City Council meeting since a fatal July 3 police shooting… Continue reading

Community calls for police accountability at Poulsbo council meeting
Poulsbo City Council passes clearing and grading ordinance

Poulsbo City Council passes clearing and grading ordinance

As part of its regular business the Poulsbo City Council passed an update to the city clearing and grading ordinance on Wednesday. The Poulsbo Municipal… Continue reading

Poulsbo City Council passes clearing and grading ordinance
Coroner releases report on Poulsbo shooting death

Coroner releases report on Poulsbo shooting death

The Kitsap County Incident Response Team (KCIRT) and the Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office released a statement from the Kitsap County Coroner’s Office Tuesday, identifying the… Continue reading

Coroner releases report on Poulsbo shooting death
Family mourns man killed by Poulsbo police in fireworks show shooting

Family mourns man killed by Poulsbo police in fireworks show shooting

Family members identified the man shot by police on Wednesday as Stonechild Chiefstick

Family mourns man killed by Poulsbo police in fireworks show shooting
Fighter airlifted from Raab Park following match at Clearwater Casino

Fighter airlifted from Raab Park following match at Clearwater Casino

The MMA fighter was found semi-conscious in his hotel by a maid

Fighter airlifted from Raab Park following match at Clearwater Casino

Kitsap Homes of Compassion targets local affordable housing

Kitsap Homes of Compassion (KHOC) is a nonprofit with the goal of ending homelessness in Kitsap County by creating affordable long-term housing solutions through the… Continue reading

NKSD approves superintendent contract

NKSD approves superintendent contract

Following some minor debate, the North Kitsap School District (NKSD) approved the contract for Superintendent Dr. Laurynn Evans at its June 13 meeting. Dr. Evans… Continue reading

NKSD approves superintendent contract
Poulsbo Police Department releases results of complaint analysis

Poulsbo Police Department releases results of complaint analysis

Back in April the Poulsbo Police Department released its analysis of complaints the department has received over the course of 2018 and how those complaints… Continue reading

Poulsbo Police Department releases results of complaint analysis
Update | One dead after officer-involved shooting in downtown Poulsbo

Update | One dead after officer-involved shooting in downtown Poulsbo

One individual is dead following a police shooting around 9:30 p.m. on Wednesday in downtown Poulsbo’s Muriel Iverson Williams Waterfront Park, where a crowd had… Continue reading

Update | One dead after officer-involved shooting in downtown Poulsbo
The Port of Poulsbo will be the beneficiary of some $1 million in order to replace its aging breakwater with a floating breakwater. Nick Twietmeyer / Kitsap News Group.

Poulsbo to benefit from $126 million of statewide grant funding for outdoor recreation

On Tuesday, the Washington State Recreation and Conservation Funding Board awarded more than $126 million in grants to fund over 300 projects across the state… Continue reading

The Port of Poulsbo will be the beneficiary of some $1 million in order to replace its aging breakwater with a floating breakwater. Nick Twietmeyer / Kitsap News Group.
A passerby caught on SR 305 captured this photo of the car as it was engulfed. Photo courtesy of John Kuntz.

Vehicle catches fire on SR 305 near Poulsbo

At approximately 12:24 p.m. on Monday, Poulsbo Fire responded to a vehicle fire near the highway 305 and SR 3 ramp. An RV had been… Continue reading

A passerby caught on SR 305 captured this photo of the car as it was engulfed. Photo courtesy of John Kuntz.
City of Poulsbo cancels July 3 council meeting due to holiday

City of Poulsbo cancels July 3 council meeting due to holiday

City of Poulsbo announced on Monday July 1, that is has cancelled its July 3 meeting due to the holiday celebration. City Council meetings are… Continue reading

City of Poulsbo cancels July 3 council meeting due to holiday
Fish Park’s colorful guests gone missing

Fish Park’s colorful guests gone missing

The last edition of the North Kitsap Herald published an article about the Poulsbo Middle School Leo’s Club art project in Fish Park. The project… Continue reading

Fish Park’s colorful guests gone missing
Poulsbo Police Department provides traffic and parking information for July 3

Poulsbo Police Department provides traffic and parking information for July 3

As the Poulsbo Police Department finalizes it’s plans for the downtown fireworks spectacle, the department would like to provide the community with the following information… Continue reading

Poulsbo Police Department provides traffic and parking information for July 3