Nick Twietmeyer

Suquamish Tribe to resume Liberty Bay shellfish harvesting

Suquamish Tribe to resume Liberty Bay shellfish harvesting

POULSBO — The Suquamish Tribe will soon be surveying portions of the western shore of Liberty Bay for shellfish harvests later this year. Viviane Barry,… Continue reading

Suquamish Tribe to resume Liberty Bay shellfish harvesting
Dead Liberty Bay anchovies likely the result of natural processes

Dead Liberty Bay anchovies likely the result of natural processes

Scientist says predators and low-oxygen event likely to blame

Dead Liberty Bay anchovies likely the result of natural processes
Viking Fest turns 50!

Viking Fest turns 50!

POULSBO — The return of Viking Fest roused the self-proclaimed “Viking City” in fine fashion last weekend as thousands of residents and visitors flocked to… Continue reading

Viking Fest turns 50!
Nordlie recognized for outstanding volunteer service

Nordlie recognized for outstanding volunteer service

POULSBO — Tom Nordlie was recently recognized by Gov. Jay Inslee for his volunteer work at Poulsbo’s Fish Park. Nordlie received the 2018 Governor’s Volunteer… Continue reading

Nordlie recognized for outstanding volunteer service
Coworkers remember Kingston doctor’s compassion, care and sense of humor

Coworkers remember Kingston doctor’s compassion, care and sense of humor

KINGSTON — A Kingston community doctor was killed in a six-vehicle collision on the Hood Canal Bridge on Thursday, May 17. Dr. Debra S. Clyde,… Continue reading

Coworkers remember Kingston doctor’s compassion, care and sense of humor
Hold onto your horns, the Vikings are coming to town!

Hold onto your horns, the Vikings are coming to town!

Friday, May 18, Viking Fest now in its 50th year kicks off with a jammed packed weekend

Hold onto your horns, the Vikings are coming to town!
Poulsbo City Council: include raises for mayor and judge in 2019 — 2020 budgeting process

Poulsbo City Council: include raises for mayor and judge in 2019 — 2020 budgeting process

POULSBO — Poulsbo City Council voted unanimously to approve the submission of salary increases for Mayor Becky Erickson and Municipal Judge Jeffrey Tolman for consideration… Continue reading

Poulsbo City Council: include raises for mayor and judge in 2019 — 2020 budgeting process
SR 305 collision in Poulsbo wedges SUV in trees

SR 305 collision in Poulsbo wedges SUV in trees

POULSBO — No serious injuries were reported in a collision which sent a Toyota Sequoia into a group of trees behind a bus stop on… Continue reading

SR 305 collision in Poulsbo wedges SUV in trees
Sheriff’s office asks public for information on Kelly’s associates

Sheriff’s office asks public for information on Kelly’s associates

PORT ORCHARD — The Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office is asking anyone with knowledge of any associates of Danie Jay Kelly Jr, a person of interest… Continue reading

Sheriff’s office asks public for information on Kelly’s associates
Getting the pontoons wet on Liberty Bay

Getting the pontoons wet on Liberty Bay

Senior Staff Writer Nick Twietmeyer takes a flight in a seaplane with Don and Natala Goodman

Getting the pontoons wet on Liberty Bay
Seaplanes make a splash in Poulsbo

Seaplanes make a splash in Poulsbo

POULSBO — With seaplanes from all over Washington literally descending upon Poulsbo, visitors to the viking city’s waterfront on Saturday, May 5 were treated to… Continue reading

Seaplanes make a splash in Poulsbo
County targets active Kingston landslide

County targets active Kingston landslide

Kitsap County Public Works will pursue horizontal drains on unstable slope

County targets active Kingston landslide
Special meeting focuses on salaries and executive structure for Poulsbo

Special meeting focuses on salaries and executive structure for Poulsbo

POULSBO — The salaries of the mayor of Poulsbo and municipal judge, as well as a possible shift in the executive structure of the city,… Continue reading

Special meeting focuses on salaries and executive structure for Poulsbo

Section of West Kingston Road set to reopen April 30

KINGSTON — Construction delays have kept a section of West Kingston Road closed to traffic since April 2017, but things are looking up as county… Continue reading

Barren Public Works wall to get a splash of color on May 5

Barren Public Works wall to get a splash of color on May 5

POULSBO — The City of Poulsbo’s Public Works Department building will be getting a new coat of paint, thanks to Cory Bennett, Josh Fisher, Poulsbo… Continue reading

Barren Public Works wall to get a splash of color on May 5
No-contact advisory issued for Dogfish Creek due to sewage spill

No-contact advisory issued for Dogfish Creek due to sewage spill

Public Works superintendent: Blockage was caused by construction debris from nearby development

No-contact advisory issued for Dogfish Creek due to sewage spill
VIDEO | Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office shows off new drones

VIDEO | Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office shows off new drones

KITSAP COUNTY — The Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office unveiled its new drone program at the Kitsap County Fairgrounds on Thursday, April 19. The sheriff’s office… Continue reading

VIDEO | Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office shows off new drones
Port of Kingston and Kitsap Transit agree to fast ferry lease terms

Port of Kingston and Kitsap Transit agree to fast ferry lease terms

KINGSTON — Commissioners for the Port of Kingston and the Kitsap Transit board of commissioners have agreed to the conditions for a lease agreement allowing… Continue reading

Port of Kingston and Kitsap Transit agree to fast ferry lease terms
UPDATE: VIDEO | Car lands upside down in Liberty Bay after 15-year-old, unlicensed driver loses control

UPDATE: VIDEO | Car lands upside down in Liberty Bay after 15-year-old, unlicensed driver loses control

Driver booked on suspicion of driving under the influence of cannabis

UPDATE: VIDEO | Car lands upside down in Liberty Bay after 15-year-old, unlicensed driver loses control
Poulsbo advisory committee proposes pedestrian safety projects

Poulsbo advisory committee proposes pedestrian safety projects

POULSBO — Last December, when one pedestrian was killed and another was seriously injured after being struck by vehicles in Poulsbo, all within a week… Continue reading

Poulsbo advisory committee proposes pedestrian safety projects