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Gluten-free market opens in Poulsbo.
The city is hosting a public hearing to discuss the Gaines annexation, the boundaries for which envelop Salt’s property, at 7:15 p.m., Wednesday, May 5.
Where the beer flows like wine. Marina Market in Poulsbo
POULSBO — With defibrillator paddles at the ready, small businesses are doing their part to revive the economy and looking to the federal government for… Continue reading
POULSBO - The answer to economic recovery lies in turning to another sort of green besides money, U.S. Rep. Jay Inslee (D-Bainbridge Island) told the… Continue reading
POULSBO — After almost 20 years of struggling, the Poulsbo Historical Society finally has a location and the means to create a museum. The society will claim a 1,000 square-foot piece of the new City Hall to house its museum. The lease agreement has yet to be finalized.
PORT GAMBLE — North Kitsap Trails Association volunteers are digging their fingers into the dirt and looking for community input on what to grow. They… Continue reading
By LEILA ARCIEROlarciero@northkitsapherald.comPOULSBO — Eric Perkins of Kingston enjoyed a bittersweet victory Sunday after out-eating five competitors during Viking Fest's annual Lutefisk eating contest.The sweet… Continue reading
POULSBO — The Poulsbo City Council unanimously approved the annexation of nearly 44 acres between Liberty Road and Marelaine Lane on Wednesday night, after a… Continue reading
Poulsbo City Hall construction not hindering nearby businesses
POULSBO – A small-town jeweler is being thrust into a big-time spotlight tonight. Dahlquist Fine Jewelry in Poulsbo Village will be the jeweler seen ‘round the world when its role in a dark mystery that brought down a church will be highlighted at 9 p.m. tonight on Dateline NBC. The segment will highlight Olalla author Gregg Olsen’s “A Twisted Faith,” a true-crime story based in Kitsap County.
NORTH KITSAP — With feet planted in liquid waste, Randy Bauer saw a opening for a small business he couldn’t refuse. After 12 years of pumping septic tanks and watching all the small portable toilet businesses be sell out to bigger guys, Bauer felt a need to bring a local business back into the world of portable restrooms.
Live-aboards left in a parking lurch. Port of Poulsbo
Cold brews and stunning views | The Loft in downtown Poulsbo has style, value.
POULSBO — Falcon, a golden retriever, curls up around Kellie Carion’s legs. He’s a dog, like any other. He loves car rides and long walks.… Continue reading
Miss West Sound has her eyes on the prize, Tonie Duchemin
Northwest Design Store may be set for demo
POULSBO — Julie Krucek has watched her business suffer for three years while a debate over the parking in Poulsbo Place II rages on.“It’s really… Continue reading