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Dragonfly Cinema makes promotional spoof of cult film | Kitsap Week

Port Orchard cinema makes homage to "The Shining" to promote its run at the theater.


Kitsap likely to dodge drought

As winter ends, many Washington communities are on alert for coming drought conditions. Kitsap, however, is not likely to be one of those communities.


State reports spike in sexually transmitted illnesses

Kitsap County among highest hit by outbreak of gonorrhea.


Time is running short for boathouse in Liberty Bay

John Zetty had 30 days to remove his boathouse after he anchored it in the bay, after the Port of Poulsbo evicted him from the marina for repeated late payment of moorage fees. That deadline passed on Nov. 29.

Bainbridge buyer hopes to place hotel in downtown Poulsbo

The question as to when, or if, the City of Poulsbo would sell a valuable piece of downtown real estate has been answered: a Bainbridge Island businessman has purchased the former city hall property. "The main idea is a hotel," said Michael Burns, who purchased the property from the city in early June.

Fishline provides toys for 400 kids in Poulsbo

Fishline’s Giving Trees have come down. But for the food bank and charitable service, the job isn’t finished.

Dubek and Longshore no longer suspects in Easter robbery

Sheriff's detectives have abandoned their investigation, and prosecutors have dropped charges, against two men accused of robbing a Poulsbo home on Easter.

Pump track coming to Little Valley Road

Little Valley field will become a pump track for bikes, but the Diamond Dusters softball league that was vying for the site didn't walked away empty handed.

Honoring heroes in the family | Kitsap Week

Honoring Kitsap family members, their life-saving efforts, and more.

Poulsbo City Council member Berry-Maraist says she’ll resign ‘some time’ after end of year

"It is with some sadness that I announce my plans to resign from City Council some time after the end of 2014," Berry-Maraist said at the conclusion of the council's Nov. 19 meeting. "I'll work with the [council's] finance/administration committee and staff and confirm a final date to allow a smooth transition."

Man charged in Walmart syringe incident

A Kingston man has been charged with allegedly placing a syringe in a sausage at Poulsbo's Walmart. Daniel Oaks Thieman, 33, has been charged with malicious mischief and placing a harmful object in food.

City will prosecute minor offenses, end contract with county prosecutor

The City of Poulsbo will end its contract with the Kitsap County Prosecutor’s Office for prosecution services in Municipal Court, in favor of bringing the job closer to home.

Bushel & Barrel rolls out its first kegs of cider | Kitsap Week

Imbibe: Bushel & Barrel Ciderhouse boasts itself as the first ciderhouse in Kitsap. It rolled out its first kegs in January and its cider has slowly filled local markets and pubs.

Resident input sought for new Poulsbo park

A brainstorming effort with Poulsbo residents produced a range of ideas for a new park slated for the corner of Noll Road and Mesford Street, such as playgrounds, picnic tables, a rock climbing wall, and more.

Getting around Poulsbo just got easier. And it’s free

Poulsbo is a city on the move: population, downtown events, updated roads. And now residents and visitors have a little extra help getting around. Kitsap Transit began a new bus route — route 44 — on Feb. 1, which loops around Poulsbo’s most visited locales, such as downtown and Olympic College.

A lot of spam, music, some spam, laughs and spam | Kitsap Week

"Spamalot," a musical version of "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" takes the stage at Bainbridge Performing Arts in December.

Driver may have used cell phone before 305 crash

A cell phone has been included as evidence in the case against the Poulsbo man accused of causing a crash near Suquamish Way and Highway 305, Dec. 16.

Duggal to appeal medical commission’s findings

Dr. Narinder Duggal will appeal in Superior Court the state decision that stripped him of his medical license. Thomas Olmstead recently took over as Duggal's lawyer. He will represent Duggal as they appeal the surrender of his medical license, and in civil lawsuits brought by several of Duggal's patients. He is also representing Duggal in a malpractice lawsuit against the doctor's former lawyers. Olmstead said the case against Duggal was not properly handled by previous counsel.

2014 CVG art show awards $9,000 in prizes | Kitsap Week

The annual CVG show and competition has announced its 2014 winners, but the round of honors is not quite finished. The people's choice award remains to be claimed as the show continues this month.

3 months for sticking syringe in meat

Daniel Oaks Thieman, 33, of Kingston, pleaded guilty to malicious mischief in a Kitsap County District Court.