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POULSBO — Many people contributed to the restoration of the Poulsbo Cemetery: city Public Works employees, the Friends of Poulsbo Cemetery Committee led by City… Continue reading
Helping to change lives one meal at a time: ShareNet launches 2016-17 Neighbor Aid fundraising campaign
Shedding a light on hunger in Kingston
The shelter opening opens when temperatures are below freezing, or one inch of snow or one inch of rain is reported for two days.
POULSBO — Archbishop Murphy’s r0ad to the first round of the 2A State Football Tournament was paved with five forfeits. North Kitsap’s path was paved… Continue reading
POULSBO — With the state football championships on the rise, there’s no room for losers. As North Kitsap prepares to play 2A Cascade Conference champion… Continue reading
KINGSTON — Producing a play is a lot of work. But producing a musical is even harder. From set design, lighting, props, costume and makeup… Continue reading
POULSBO — The North Kitsap Vikings defeated the Orting Cardinals 44-21 Nov. 4 to advance to the first round of the 2A State Football Tournament.… Continue reading
Actor Tatanka Means shares the power of positive thinking, and living, with Kingston students
North Kitsap senior Briann George scored the first three goals of the game to propel the Vikings girls soccer team to a 7-0 win Oct. 29 over River Ridge in the WCD 2A Girls Soccer Tournament opener.
Documentary and movement are challenging the way people view their bodies, and others’
“I’ve always wanted a job that actually mattered if I showed up for work,” Poulsbo firefighter/EMT Tevia Friedman said during a layover in Miami on Oct. 17. Friedman, along with EMPACT Northwest Operations Director Jake Gillanders, and Poulsbo Fire Department paramedic, were waiting for the rest of their team to arrive. They would depart for Beaulieu, Haiti less than 48 hours later.
A young family is without a home after a fire heavily damaged their house on NE Rova Road, Nov. 30. At 11:40 a.m., Poulsbo Fire Department was dispatched to the home after the 25-year old homeowner reported flames in the basement.
20 years after Laramie, LGBTQ teens still find acceptance elusive
District officials: Parents should have been notified sooner regarding gas odors at Poulsbo Elementary
Poulsbo Elementary School principal Claudia Alves didn’t notify parents of gas-like odors that forced the evacuation of their classrooms — on Sept. 17 and 25 — until Sept. 28.
Fewer students than were projected have settled into North Kitsap schools for the 2015-16 school year. But the enrollment number is still up over last school year, and that means more average-daily-attendance funding from the state.
In their final two-hour practice for 23 members selected to go to the Reno World’s Championship, it was intense as the team prepared to test their mettle against 3,000 other contestants in the most prestigious youth wrestling event in the country.
The Kingston boys swim team won the 200 medley relay at the Class 2A state boys swimming and diving championships in Federal Way on Feb. 20.
It’s just a typical day for Central Market courtesy clerk Ryan Hoskins. As he quickly and agilely scans customers’ delicate groceries, he mentally prepares himself for a unique competition judged on speed, style and technique. Hoskins, of Indianola, will compete in Spokane for the honor of representing Washington at the 30th annual National Grocers Association Best Bagger Competition.
At about 4 p.m. April 25, Fabiola Sanso crossed Front Street from Hot Shots Java to meet her husband, in a parked car across the street, and was struck in the crosswalk by a VW Passat that was backing up.
Despite the rain, the annual Poulsbo Beer Run brought over 600 participants to run the 5k for charity — and beer on March 13.