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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

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

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

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

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

Bus stops along Front Street to be closed during 3rd of July fireworks

For those thinking of using Kitsap Transit to head to Poulsbo’s Muriel Iverson William’s Waterfront Park to take in some Independence Day fireworks on July… Continue reading

Local parents work to bring splash pad fun to Poulsbo

Local moms are hard at work, in hopes of bringing a splash pad to Poulsbo. A splash pad or spray park is a recreation area… Continue reading

Poulsbo City Council workshops new downtown zoning changes

At its June 19 meeting the Poulsbo City Council held a workshop to discuss converting some of the zoning in downtown Poulsbo from strictly commercial… Continue reading

Poulsbo PetsWALK! exceeds goal, raises nearly $60,000

Cool and cloudy weather couldn’t keep hundreds of dogs, cats, guinea pigs and their families from Liberty Bay Waterfront Park on Saturday, June 22 for… Continue reading

Poulsbo City Council approves members for Lodging Tax Advisory Committee

As of June 19, all members of the City of Poulsbo’s Lodging Tax Advisory Committee have been approved. In 1997 the City of Poulsbo adopted… Continue reading

Poulsbo’s Fish Park becomes home to some colorful guests

Inspired by her grandchildren, who visit each summer, Mrs. Sherri Burch embarked on a fun summer project at Fish Park. “I am continually looking for… Continue reading

Poulsbo Lions offers eye exams for children

Poulsbo Lions offers eye exams for children

Craig Brown, administrative officer with U.S. Power Squadrons District 16 instructs participants in the proper use of a fire extinguisher during the Boating Safety Day event in Poulsbo on June 9, 2018. Courtesy Steve Erickson.

Boating Safety Day and PetsWALK! come to downtown Poulsbo Saturday

There will be plenty going on in downtown Poulsbo this Saturday, June 22. For dog lovers, the Poulsbo Animal Clinic is sponsoring PetsWALK! A fun… Continue reading

Craig Brown, administrative officer with U.S. Power Squadrons District 16 instructs participants in the proper use of a fire extinguisher during the Boating Safety Day event in Poulsbo on June 9, 2018. Courtesy Steve Erickson.

Despite recent rain, fire officials still concerned with dry weather

Rain may have been in the forecast this week but the risk of fire danger is still out there according to Kitsap County Fire officials.… Continue reading

NKHS graduation: themes of luck, support and criticism fill grad speeches

Most high school graduations follow a similar ceremonial formula, with the stand out moments coming from the speeches given by select students and faculty. In… Continue reading

City of Poulsbo wants its fair share from Urbanized County agreement

City seeking to have grant funds set aside

Jewel Box Theater kicks off wedding season with a comedy

Kicking off the summer season with a laugh, the Jewel Box Theater presents “Always A Bridesmaid,” a comedic play by Jones Hope Wooten. The production… Continue reading

The Poulsbo City Council recently revisited the topic of creating a city administrator position to supplement the executive office. Nick Twietmeyer / Kitsap News Group.

Poulsbo Planning Commission workshops tree clearing ordinance

The planning commission held its first of at least two workshops with the Poulsbo City Council during its June 5 meeting, regarding the development of… Continue reading

The Poulsbo City Council recently revisited the topic of creating a city administrator position to supplement the executive office. Nick Twietmeyer / Kitsap News Group.