The Port Gamble Theater Company is taking a classic tale of “Heidi” to the stage from Dec. 5-21.
When the Strawberry Field osprey return from wintering in Central America, they will return home to new digs: a 55-foot wood pole with nesting platform, installed Nov. 18 next to the fence that borders the field and Poulsbo Elementary School.
Candidates tend to worry on election day, because anything can change. But Sherry Appleton was confident she would be reelected to District 23 position 1 in the state House of Representatives.
By happenstance, school districts and law enforcement from Kitsap and Jefferson counties came together Oct. 20 to discuss the creation of a cooperative focused on school safety and security, four days before the shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High School.
The four remaining North Kitsap School Board directors were split over whether Cindy Webster-Martinson or Scott Henden should be the board president. So on Oct. 23, they elected Bill Webb at the board meeting at Wolfle Elementary School.
The best part of the new school year for Chief Kitsap Academy and the Suquamish Tribe may have been getting something promised in 1855. “The best part of [the new year] was celebrating the fact that the Tribe gets to practice things that were promised to them in the treaty about 150 years ago,” said Joe Davalos, superintendent of the Tribe’s education department.