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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

(photo courtesy of Madrona Eickmeyer)

Kingston students participate in global climate change strike

Students from Kingston High School recently joined thousands of other young people around the world on in a global youth strike demanding action on climate… Continue reading

(photo courtesy of Madrona Eickmeyer)

Hundreds turn out for Poulsbrew

A little over 500 people turned out for Poulsbrew, Poulsbo’s first-ever beer festival. “The event far out exceeded our expectations,” said Denver Smyth, owner of… Continue reading

Lost boater prompts hefty response on Liberty Bay

Multiple agencies, including a Coast Guard helicopter, responded to the report

AG Ferguson sues to block diversion of billions for border wall

The administration wants to take nearly $89 million in construction funds for Bangor sub base

NKSD narrows down legislative priorities

On the business end of the North Kitsap School District’s (NKSD) Sept. 12 meeting, the school board narrowed down legislative priorities it would like to… Continue reading

Poulsbo brothers raise money for Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital

There is a lot of news out there about kids and lemonade stands, but this one is sure to warm your heart. For the last… Continue reading

The old liquor store at the Masi Shop gas station in Suquamish is being rebuilt as a seafood retail facility. (photo by Tony Forsman)

Suquamish Tribe to open new seafood shop

The Suquamish Tribe is nearing completion on its rebuild of a seafood shop on the site of the old liquor store next to the Masi… Continue reading

The old liquor store at the Masi Shop gas station in Suquamish is being rebuilt as a seafood retail facility. (photo by Tony Forsman)

City to focus on pedestrian safety along Fjord and Lemolo

Poulsbo City Council voted unanimously to approve a consultant contract and budget amendment to start planning pedestrian safety improvements along Fjord Drive and Lemolo Shore… Continue reading

Poulsbo man sentenced to six years for child molestation

Anthony J. “AJ” Fugitt of Poulsbo was sentenced to six years in prison for three counts of child molestation in the second degree Monday morning… Continue reading

Forest Rock Lane pavement preservation project completed

The pavement preservation project on Forest Rock Lane in Poulsbo was completed Aug. 29 and came in nearly $25,000 under budget. The project began on… Continue reading

I-1639 now in full effect

New gun laws took effect July 1, but what does that mean for residents?

1st Security Bank of Washington hosting a contest, called “Gather the Green” to celebrate its new locations. (photo courtesy of 1st Security Bank)

1st Security Bank hosts community scavenger hunt

Snohomish County-based 1st Security Bank of Washington has announced that throughout the month of September its local branches will be hiding over 500 bright green… Continue reading

1st Security Bank of Washington hosting a contest, called “Gather the Green” to celebrate its new locations. (photo courtesy of 1st Security Bank)

Businesses and groups vie for Poulsbo lodging tax money

On Wednesday, Sept. 4, businesses and nonprofit groups, who applied for grants funded through the city’s Lodging Tax gave presentations to the Poulsbo Lodging Tax… Continue reading