Terryl Asla

‘One more child’: Late teacher’s corneas donated to little girl
‘One more child’: Late teacher’s corneas donated to little girl

Poulsbo cyber range is a first for Washington

POULSBO — Think of it as a shooting range for cyber security personnel. By year’s end, the Western Washington University campus at Poulsbo will be… Continue reading

Child porn suspect arrested

BREMERTON — Bremerton police arrested a 24-year-old Bremerton man at his home March 22 on suspicion of possession of depictions of minors engaged in sexually… Continue reading

Memorial service for Amy Higgins March 23

Memorial service for Amy Higgins March 23

Service for popular teacher begins at 6:30 p.m. at GracePoint Church

Memorial service for Amy Higgins March 23
Western Washington University presentation shows Poulsbo as the epicenter of education for WWU on the peninsulas.                                WWU/Contributed

Poulsbo the epicenter of education on the peninsulas

From Port Angeles to Gig Harbor, “College Town” is shaking up education with its 2+2 programs

Western Washington University presentation shows Poulsbo as the epicenter of education for WWU on the peninsulas.                                WWU/Contributed
Kitsap Goes to War !!! | Part 3 of 12

Kitsap Goes to War !!! | Part 3 of 12

News on the home front |Aug.1 to Nov. 30 1942

Kitsap Goes to War !!! | Part 3 of 12

Northwest College of Art and Design relocating to Tacoma, expanding degree programs

POULSBO — After more than 20 years at its hillside estate location just outside Poulsbo’s city limits, the Northwest College of Art and Design has… Continue reading

The Sea Star in the viewing tank was a encouraging sight. According to beach naturalists, the Sea Star population on the West Coast was decimated by a wasting disease for several years running.                                Terryl Asla/Kitsap News Group

Pier Peer: Participants explore our local undersea world

BROWNSVILLE — The winds were calm the evening of March 10. The moon was so bright that you didn’t need a flash to take a… Continue reading

The Sea Star in the viewing tank was a encouraging sight. According to beach naturalists, the Sea Star population on the West Coast was decimated by a wasting disease for several years running.                                Terryl Asla/Kitsap News Group
Bremerton’s new fire chief David Schmitt. Photo: Burbank Fire Department

Schmitt named new Bremerton fire chief

Schmitt named new Bremerton fire chief

Bremerton’s new fire chief David Schmitt. Photo: Burbank Fire Department
‘My last tall ship’

‘My last tall ship’

BROWNSVILLE—With his beard, stocking cap, tar-spotted work pants and calloused hands, Scott “Scotty” Kimmitt looks just like what he is: a master shipwright. Whip-cord lean… Continue reading

‘My last tall ship’
Artist April Shelton said it took over 300 hours to go from this photo of a frog on a lily pad to the to finished pyrographic art. Terryl Asla/Ktsap News Group

This artist draws with fire

PORT ORCHARD — When you’re a Cub Scout, it’s called “wood burning.” When you’re an artist spending dozens, if not hundreds, of hours on one… Continue reading

Artist April Shelton said it took over 300 hours to go from this photo of a frog on a lily pad to the to finished pyrographic art. Terryl Asla/Ktsap News Group
A fish so real it looks stuffed instead of carved. Wood-carved ducks win awards on March 12. Terryl Asla / Kitsap News Group

The art of carving: Artists showcase their works

BREMERTON — Wood feathers so real they look downy. A wooden salmon that looks good enough to eat. A whimsical 3-foot giraffe sitting on a… Continue reading

A fish so real it looks stuffed instead of carved. Wood-carved ducks win awards on March 12. Terryl Asla / Kitsap News Group
April Shelton works on a simple pyrographic image on a rolling pin.                                Terryl Asla/Ktsap News Group

Drawing with fire

PORT ORCHARD — When you’re a Cub Scout, it’s called “wood burning.” When you’re an artist spending dozens, if not hundreds, of hours on a… Continue reading

April Shelton works on a simple pyrographic image on a rolling pin.                                Terryl Asla/Ktsap News Group
Poulsbo family displaced, dog killed in mobile home fire

Poulsbo family displaced, dog killed in mobile home fire

POULSBO — The call came in 12:38 p.m. March 8: a fire at 58A in the Poulsbo Mobile Home Park on Lincoln Road. The call… Continue reading

Poulsbo family displaced, dog killed in mobile home fire
March 3 2017 Kitsap Weekly cover.

The day Kingston was bombed

A weapon of war reached Apple Tree Point

March 3 2017 Kitsap Weekly cover.
Turner Joy seeks public’s help with unanticipated repair costs

Turner Joy seeks public’s help with unanticipated repair costs

Photo: Additional repairs to the underwater portion of the Turner Joy’s 418 foot-long hull added to a small cost overrun. — Contributed photo BREMERTON —… Continue reading

Turner Joy seeks public’s help with unanticipated repair costs
Turner Joy home

Turner Joy home

BREMERTON— After nearly a month in dry dock getting its hull scraped, sandblasted, repaired and repainted, the USS Turner Joy came home Feb. 28. The… Continue reading

Turner Joy home
Superintendent candidates stress relationships, rigor and relevance

Superintendent candidates stress relationships, rigor and relevance

POULSBO — The North Kitsap School Board interviewed the six semifinalists for superintendent Feb. 25 at the district office and will narrow the field to… Continue reading

Superintendent candidates stress relationships, rigor and relevance
North Kitsap School District names finalists for superintendent position

North Kitsap School District names finalists for superintendent position

POULSBO — Three finalists for North Kitsap School District superintendent were announced Feb. 27:Christine Moloney, Ed.D., chief academic officer for the Puyallup School District.Kelly Raymond,… Continue reading

North Kitsap School District names finalists for superintendent position
School board strives for transparency, consensus in search for new superintendent

School board strives for transparency, consensus in search for new superintendent

POULSBO—The North Kitsap School District conducted an all-day session Feb. 25 to interview six semifinalists for the position of school superintendent, starting next July. The… Continue reading

School board strives for transparency, consensus in search for new superintendent