Nick Twietmeyer

Q&A with Mayor Erickson

Mayor answers questions about her run for Legislature, city growth, commercial code changes and more

ADVISORY | Sinclair Inlet closed to shellfish harvesting

KITSAP COUNTY — Sinclair Inlet shellfish harvesting has been closed following tests which showed high levels of the marine biotoxin diarrhetic shellfish poison (DSP). All… Continue reading

Nothing burns like a Deere

Poulsbo Fire Department responds to lawnmower fire on Lakeness Road

City of Poulsbo delays vote on changes to commercial code

POULSBO - During a June 20 meeting, the Poulsbo City Council agreed to postpone voting on the 2018 Commercial Code Ordinance Update until July 11.… Continue reading

North Kitsap High School seniors step out into the world

POULSBO — Caps soared, tassels were turned and diplomas were taken firmly in hand by the graduates of North Kitsap High School during the Class… Continue reading

Little Boston crash victim identified as Joseph D. Careaga

Careaga is the son of John D. Careaga, who was slain along with members of his family in February 2017

Class of 2018 finishes strong | Photo Gallery

POULSBO — North Kitsap High School seniors took a stroll across the stage on Friday, June 15 to receive their diplomas, signifying the final act… Continue reading

Father and daughter to graduate from Olympic College together, on Fathers Day

POULSBO — Olympic College’s June 17 commencement ceremony will mark an incredibly important day for those walking across the stage to collect their diplomas. But… Continue reading

UPDATE | Stacey Smaaladen retires from Poulsbo Police Department

Officer accused of theft, possession of a controlled substance, submitted retirement last week

Poulsbo cop petitions to have case turned over to Kitsap County Drug Court

PORT ORCHARD — Stacey Smaaladen, the Poulsbo Police Officer charged with theft and posession of a controlled substance, petitioned to have her case moved to… Continue reading

Tribe regains full control of Suquamish Shores

SUQUAMISH — Land belonging to the Suquamish Tribe is now back under tribal control, following a half-century-long lease which saw the construction of an isolated… Continue reading

Port of Kingston looking to settle Conners’ wrongful termination suit

If Conners agrees, port will pay $180,000

Port of Poulsbo picks Hofer for new manager position

The 30-year Navy veteran will serve as the port’s maintenance manager, starting in July

Gallery | Poulsbo gets a lesson on boating safety

POULSBO — Cloud breaks turned what initially seemed to be a dreary day in Poulsbo, into a partially sunny afternoon, perfect for walking the docks… Continue reading

Four North Kitsap schools pilot visitor management system

POULSBO — Four North Kitsap schools are testing a program that they say will help manage visitors to district schools in an attempt to improve… Continue reading

Poulsbo City Council: being mayor is a full-time job

POULSBO — During a recent meeting, the Poulsbo City Council refuted claims made by Mayor Becky Erickson to the Kitsap Sun, suggesting that the council… Continue reading

Wilderness Park homeless encampments draw city’s attention

POULSBO — Two apparent homeless encampments in Poulsbo’s Wilderness Park were cleaned up on June 4 after a photo of one of the camps was… Continue reading

Poulsbo Police Department carries the torch

POULSBO — The Poulsbo Police Department was one of the numerous law enforcement groups in the area participating in the 2018 Law Enforcement Torch Run… Continue reading

Learn the ins and outs of boating safety on June 9

POULSBO — Picture this: You and your family, friends or loved ones are out for a nice, leisurely summertime cruise on the water. The calm… Continue reading

North Kitsap School District honors retiring staff

POULSBO — With summer fast approaching, another class of seniors comes closer to the day when they will walk the halls of their respective high… Continue reading