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Art, music and P.E….via Zoom

Art, music and P.E….via Zoom

The North Kitsap School District is entering week four of remote learning and while not being in the classroom is hard on all teachers and… Continue reading

Art, music and P.E….via Zoom
Car Cruise braves the smoke as it rolls through Poulsbo

Car Cruise braves the smoke as it rolls through Poulsbo

Despite the smoke and air quality, over 80 cars participated in the Poulsbo car cruise Sept. 12. Cruisers met at the old Albertson’s parking lot… Continue reading

Car Cruise braves the smoke as it rolls through Poulsbo
Families drive through to pick up materials, meals in BI

Families drive through to pick up materials, meals in BI

Lines of cars wrapped around Sonoji Sakai Intermediate School Friday as families drove up to pick up learning materials for students, along with meals for… Continue reading

Families drive through to pick up materials, meals in BI

Man arrested on drug, firearms charges

A Port Angeles man was arrested Tuesday in Port Gamble on suspicion of possession of drugs and two illegal firearms. Poulsbo police conducted a traffic… Continue reading

Marion Forsman-Boushie Early Learning Center balances caring for big and little kids

Marion Forsman-Boushie Early Learning Center balances caring for big and little kids

The Marion Forsman-Boushie Early Learning Center in Suquamish has had to make a lot of adjustments to continue to care for and educate children through… Continue reading

Marion Forsman-Boushie Early Learning Center balances caring for big and little kids
New Poulsbo Port Commissioner named

New Poulsbo Port Commissioner named

Port of Poulsbo has named Tom Rose as its new commissioner following the decline of former city council member Ken Thomas who needed to attend… Continue reading

New Poulsbo Port Commissioner named
Veteran teacher talks new normal for NKSD school year

Veteran teacher talks new normal for NKSD school year

School has been “back in session” in the North Kitsap School District for a few weeks now, and everyone from teachers and students to families… Continue reading

Veteran teacher talks new normal for NKSD school year
Poulsbo to convert 2 parcels of land into affordable housing

Poulsbo to convert 2 parcels of land into affordable housing

The Poulsbo City Council voted Wednesday night in favor of a resolution that would allow affordable housing to be built on two parcels of city-owned… Continue reading

Poulsbo to convert 2 parcels of land into affordable housing
NKFR holds ceremony remembering victims of Sept. 11 attacks

NKFR holds ceremony remembering victims of Sept. 11 attacks

It’s also a fundraiser for North Kitsap Boys and Girls Club

NKFR holds ceremony remembering victims of Sept. 11 attacks
Ex-councilman rescinds Poulsbo port spot due to family emergency

Ex-councilman rescinds Poulsbo port spot due to family emergency

Thomas formerly was on the Poulsbo City Council

Ex-councilman rescinds Poulsbo port spot due to family emergency

Rayonier closes lands due to fire risks

Despite COVID-19, wildfires jobs have not been lost

Poulsbo Council won’t fire Keller but supports a permanent memorial
Poulsbo Council won’t fire Keller but supports a permanent memorial
Cars to cruise through Little Norway Saturday

Cars to cruise through Little Norway Saturday

Event different this year due to coronavirus

Cars to cruise through Little Norway Saturday

Hood Canal Bridge to be closed for repairs

Travelers the weekend of Sept. 17 will need to plan ahead for possible closures as Hood Canal Bridge undergoes some overnight repairs. State Department of… Continue reading

North Kitsap schools off to a ‘Strong Start’

North Kitsap schools off to a ‘Strong Start’

North Kitsap School District kicks off the 2020-21 school year with a series of “Strong Start” days to get everyone on track for this new… Continue reading

North Kitsap schools off to a ‘Strong Start’
Missing Kingston man found alive

Missing Kingston man found alive

Deputy: He’s going to a hospital for mental health evaluation

Missing Kingston man found alive
Suquamish Tribe upset Poulsbo officer reinstated; protests set

Suquamish Tribe upset Poulsbo officer reinstated; protests set

The Suquamish Tribe and ex-wife of Stonechild Chiefstick, who was shot to death last July by Poulsbo officer Craig Keller, said Tuesday that they are… Continue reading

Suquamish Tribe upset Poulsbo officer reinstated; protests set
2020 Census final deadline extended to Oct. 31

2020 Census final deadline extended to Oct. 31

The U.S. Census Bureau has extended the 2020 census deadline, originally set for the end of July, to Oct. 31 in the wake of the… Continue reading

2020 Census final deadline extended to Oct. 31
Washington lifts flavored vape ban, but for how long?

Washington lifts flavored vape ban, but for how long?

Despite the lifting of the temporary flavored vape ban on Feb. 3, vapor product shops across the state are cautious to celebrate as a legislative… Continue reading

Washington lifts flavored vape ban, but for how long?
Coronavirus concerns mean empty shelves in local stores

Coronavirus concerns mean empty shelves in local stores

The spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) has sent consumers to emptying the shelves of stores and pharmacies of their hand sanitizer, cleaning products and cold… Continue reading

Coronavirus concerns mean empty shelves in local stores