Terryl Asla

At Central Kitsap High School, a new beginning and the end of an era
At Central Kitsap High School, a new beginning and the end of an era
Road crews and beavers busy working on Brownsville Highway

Road crews and beavers busy working on Brownsville Highway

Road construction may be done by this weekend, solving the flooding problem will take longer

Road crews and beavers busy working on Brownsville Highway
When asked how they would like this concert review to read, the musicians said, “They looked good and sounded better.” And they did. (Terryl Asla/Kitsap News Group)

‘They looked good and sounded better’

Final concert in OC’s old band room

When asked how they would like this concert review to read, the musicians said, “They looked good and sounded better.” And they did. (Terryl Asla/Kitsap News Group)
Last WWII minesweeper built on Bainbridge Island | Kitsap Weekly
Last WWII minesweeper built on Bainbridge Island | Kitsap Weekly
All that remains of the 600 ton ship cradle and 4,000 ton railway at the Winslow shipyard today. — Bainbridge Island Historical Society

Minesweepers of steel | Kitsap Weekly

Kitsap’s other World War II shipyard — A Kitsap Goes to War feature

All that remains of the 600 ton ship cradle and 4,000 ton railway at the Winslow shipyard today. — Bainbridge Island Historical Society
Newsletter offers a window into 1940s island life | Kitsap Weekly

Newsletter offers a window into 1940s island life | Kitsap Weekly

Along with the contracts to build minesweepers in 1943 came money to publish a professionally written and photographed newsletter. Aptly named “The Minesweeper,” it was… Continue reading

Newsletter offers a window into 1940s island life | Kitsap Weekly
More college students are coming. Where they’ll live is the question

More college students are coming. Where they’ll live is the question

POULSBO — Poulsbo will soon need more student housing. Lots more, if Western Washington University has its way. WWU discussed its plans to increase its… Continue reading

More college students are coming. Where they’ll live is the question
Vinland Elementary fifth-grade class donates Little Free Library

Vinland Elementary fifth-grade class donates Little Free Library

POULSBO — On May 30, it was all about books at Vinland Elementary School. Free books. As their graduation gift to the school, Vinland Elementary’s… Continue reading

Vinland Elementary fifth-grade class donates Little Free Library
Captain Shields’ ‘one-man war’ | Kitsap Goes to War
Captain Shields’ ‘one-man war’ | Kitsap Goes to War
Sweat and hard work may no longer be enough to own a home

Sweat and hard work may no longer be enough to own a home

Future of USDA housing program in doubt

Sweat and hard work may no longer be enough to own a home
Proposed cuts would gut Kitsap County affordable housing programs

Proposed cuts would gut Kitsap County affordable housing programs

BREMERTON — President Trump’s proposed budget completely ignores the homelessness and affordable housing crisis in Washington state, according to Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-Washington. “Under the… Continue reading

Proposed cuts would gut Kitsap County affordable housing programs

Three upcoming changes in the state marijuana laws

OLYMPIA — The state Legislature approved Senate Bill 5131 revising state marijuana regulations, and Gov. Jay Inslee signed it into law on May 16. The… Continue reading

Clam Island Rowing Junior Team wins first gold

Clam Island Rowing Junior Team wins first gold

SILVERDALE — The Clam Island Junior Rowing Team participated in the U.S. Rowing Youth Northwest Championship for the first time in the club’s history, May… Continue reading

Clam Island Rowing Junior Team wins first gold
Can a pot store be located within 1,000 feet of a ballfield?

Can a pot store be located within 1,000 feet of a ballfield?

And the answer is … well, read on

Can a pot store be located within 1,000 feet of a ballfield?
Veterans visit Poulsbo in style

Veterans visit Poulsbo in style

POULSBO — The white Humvee stretch limo that pulled up in front of the Brass Kraken on Poulsbo’s waterfront at 1400 hours May 26 was… Continue reading

Veterans visit Poulsbo in style
Dr. Craig Adams of Poulsbo Veterinary Clinic removed a tumor from Bubbles, a goldfish. (Courtesy photo)

Bubbles: A true story for children of all ages

Bubbles, a goldfish, had a tumor. Vince Costello and a fish doctor came to her rescue

Dr. Craig Adams of Poulsbo Veterinary Clinic removed a tumor from Bubbles, a goldfish. (Courtesy photo)
Central Kitsap High School marching band continues 11-year tradition

Central Kitsap High School marching band continues 11-year tradition

Seventy-six band members marched down the country lane, with kids and dogs and curious folks following along right behind.

Central Kitsap High School marching band continues 11-year tradition
Port of Illahee hopes to acquire abandoned property

Port of Illahee hopes to acquire abandoned property

ILLAHEE — The Port of Illahee is moving closer to acquiring the abandoned store at 5507 Illahee Road near the Illahee dock. If successful, the… Continue reading

Port of Illahee hopes to acquire abandoned property
Viking Fest parade | Photo gallery

Viking Fest parade | Photo gallery

POULSBO — The 2017 Viking Fest parade on May 20 was a v-e-e-e-r-r-r-r-y long parade. With the huge crowds, I thought it would be simpler… Continue reading

Viking Fest parade | Photo gallery
The Poulsbo Sons of Norway Lodge no. 44 was officially chartered June 15, 1916. Terryl Asla/Kitsap News Group

Sons of Norway Viking Fest luncheon keeps it authentic

Annual Sons of Norway Lodge Viking Fest luncheon preserves traditional culture

The Poulsbo Sons of Norway Lodge no. 44 was officially chartered June 15, 1916. Terryl Asla/Kitsap News Group