Nick Twietmeyer

Poulsbo bids farewell to derelict tugboat

POULSBO — An abandoned tugboat in Liberty Bay was towed away by the previous owner of the vessel on Friday, April 6. Somehow “Victory” seemed… Continue reading

County presents Port Gamble trail study

KINGSTON — A feasibility study examining the possible construction of a shared-use trail connection between Stottlemeyer Road NE and Port Gamble came before an audience… Continue reading

Recycling rates set to rise

POULSBO — During a Poulsbo City Council meeting on Wednesday, April 4, Mayor Becky Erickson gave the go ahead for Public Works Superintendent Mike Lund… Continue reading

Kilmer visits Herald offices for Kitsap conversation | Video

POULSBO — Derek Kilmer represents Washington’s 6th Congressional District, an area that covers Kitsap, Mason, Jefferson, Clallam and Grays Harbor counties. On April 2, U.S.… Continue reading

Vet Industrial wins Kingston park contract

KINGSTON — At a recent meeting of the Kingston Port Commission, Vet Industrial was awarded a contract to construct a new park above the Kingston… Continue reading

Kitsap Transit executive director talks route changes, fast ferries during community meeting

KINGSTON — Kitsap Transit Executive Director John Clauson held a quarterly meeting with community members in Kingston at the Village Green Community Center to discuss… Continue reading

Hansville residents hold demonstration during nationwide March for Our Lives

HANSVILLE — On March 24, residents of Hansville gathered at Norwegian Point Park in a small, but impassioned show of solidarity for demonstrations across the… Continue reading

Port of Poulsbo executive director resigns

POULSBO — Brad Miller, the Port of Poulsbo’s executive director, offered his resignation on Monday, March 26 following a port commission decision to eliminate his… Continue reading

GALLERY | Kites Over Kingston returns to the waterfront

KINGSTON — What began as a cold, cloudy northwest morning on March 24, soon gave way to sun and a consistent breeze, perfect for kite-flying… Continue reading

Extensive logging in Hansville raises concerns among residents

HANSVILLE — Extensive logging on forestry lands owned by Pope Resources near Hansville has raised concern among some residents that trees along the Hansville Greenway… Continue reading

Outstanding teachers honored during ceremony at Poulsbo City Hall

POULSBO — Educators across Kitsap County were recognized on Tuesday, March 20, at Poulsbo City Hall for their exceptional work in shaping the minds of… Continue reading

Cod Fish Dinner Auction returns to Sons of Norway

POULSBO — Cod be warned: The Poulsbo Historical Society’s annual Codfish Dinner Auction will return to Poulsbo’s Sons of Norway from 4:30 to 9 p.m.… Continue reading

Kitsap Transit holds community meetings across county

KITSAP COUNTY - Kitsap Transit Executive Director John Clauson will be hosting meetings across Kitsap County the next two Saturdays on March 24 and March… Continue reading

Kingston won’t get back its bridge until the end of April

KINGSTON — Kitsap County’s Department of Public Works recently announced that a project that has closed off West Kingston Road will not be finished until… Continue reading

Port acquires boathouse for $9,000

POULSBO — The Port of Poulsbo has swung a deal which will nab the marina a new boathouse for $9,000. ‘New’ might be a bit… Continue reading

‘Democracy at its finest’

Student walkout draws attention from social-minded residents

Heacock chosen for Kingston port commission

KINGSTON – The Kingston Port Commission voted unanimously to select Steve Heacock as its next commissioner. On March 13, port commissioners Mary McClure and Laura… Continue reading

Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe rolls out the green carpet

KINGSTON — The Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe will be opening High Point, their new pot shop, this weekend in a temporary facility beside the Gliding… Continue reading

Port of Kingston settles public records suit for $252,000

KINGSTON — During a special meeting on Tuesday, March 6, the Port of Kingston voted unanimously to approve a payment of $252,000 to Kingston resident… Continue reading