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Mourners left flowers, balloons and messages on the table outside Juanito’s Taco Shop on Kitsap Way. The taco shop, which was closed Jan. 30, is associated with some of the people who died in the apparent triple-homicide in Seabeck on Jan. 27. Michelle Beahm / Kitsap News Group

Central Kitsap, North Kitsap principals’ hard duty

SEABECK — Two students are dead because of violence. And it fell upon their principals to notify school families and students. Following the quadruple murders… Continue reading

Mourners left flowers, balloons and messages on the table outside Juanito’s Taco Shop on Kitsap Way. The taco shop, which was closed Jan. 30, is associated with some of the people who died in the apparent triple-homicide in Seabeck on Jan. 27. Michelle Beahm / Kitsap News Group
Human remains were found in this burned truck in a forested area of Mason County. The truck originated at a Seabeck house where a triple homicide occurred. Photo: Kitsap County Sheriff’s Department

At least two unanswered questions in quadruple murder

SEABECK — What the Kitsap County Sheriffs’ Department is calling a quadruple homicide has “a lot of moving parts,” according to sheriff’s spokesman Deputy Scott… Continue reading

Human remains were found in this burned truck in a forested area of Mason County. The truck originated at a Seabeck house where a triple homicide occurred. Photo: Kitsap County Sheriff’s Department
Eli the Coast Guard ‘cutter’

Eli the Coast Guard ‘cutter’

BREMERTON—He has a tall ship tattooed on his chest, salt water in his veins, and barbering in his genes. Coast Guard veteran Ike Hartnett is… Continue reading

Eli the Coast Guard ‘cutter’
Group engages in ‘civil informationing’ in support of Women’s March

Group engages in ‘civil informationing’ in support of Women’s March

By terryl asla Kitsap News Group KINGSTON— Some 60 women, children and men gathered in the rain with their signs Jan. 21 at the busy… Continue reading

Group engages in ‘civil informationing’ in support of Women’s March
Jim Shields named Person of the Year; KCMT named Organization of the Year

Jim Shields named Person of the Year; KCMT named Organization of the Year

From left, Glenn Anderson and Todd Tidball channeled Ed and Johnny for the “Poulsbo Chamber Tonight Show.” Photos by Terryl Asla/Kitsap News Group SUQUAMISH —… Continue reading

Jim Shields named Person of the Year; KCMT named Organization of the Year
Bremerton police bust suspected meth house

Bremerton police bust suspected meth house

BREMERTON—The house had security cameras and a heavy steel door, but that didn’t stop the Bremerton Police Department’s Special Operations Group from taking it down.… Continue reading

Bremerton police bust suspected meth house
2017 CVG Show includes one-of-a-kind $80,000 rhino bust

2017 CVG Show includes one-of-a-kind $80,000 rhino bust

“Rhino Bust” by Jeffro Uitto is one of 126 pieces of art on display at the 2017 CVG Show at the Collective Vision Gallery in… Continue reading

2017 CVG Show includes one-of-a-kind $80,000 rhino bust
Bremerton Farmers Insurance agency hosting ‘Suits for Sailors and Soldiers’ on Jan. 25

Bremerton Farmers Insurance agency hosting ‘Suits for Sailors and Soldiers’ on Jan. 25

BREMERTON — From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Jan. 25, the Daniel W. Judd Agency-Farmers Insurance Group will host a Suits for Sailors and Soldiers… Continue reading

Bremerton Farmers Insurance agency hosting ‘Suits for Sailors and Soldiers’ on Jan. 25
USS Albuquerque senior enlisted gather for final time at the Horse & Cow

USS Albuquerque senior enlisted gather for final time at the Horse & Cow

PHOTO: Senior enlisted crew members of the USS Albuquerque display the sub’s brow banner they are donating to the Horse & Cow’s collection of submarine… Continue reading

USS Albuquerque senior enlisted gather for final time at the Horse & Cow
Brownsville Highway reopened after being closed due to fallen tree

Brownsville Highway reopened after being closed due to fallen tree

BROWNSVILLE—As of Friday afternoon Jan. 20, Kitsap County Public works had reopened Brownsville Highway NE between the traffic light on Highway 303 and and Illahee… Continue reading

Brownsville Highway reopened after being closed due to fallen tree

1,500 new housing units proposed in Poulsbo | Poulsbo Beat

Editor’s note: This version is updated to correctly identify the YWCA in the 16th paragraph and the Housing Trust Fund in the 19th paragraph. POULSBO… Continue reading

Poulsbo City Council approves funding for project to reduce manganese in drinking water

Poulsbo City Council approves funding for project to reduce manganese in drinking water

Editor’s note: This version is updated to correctly identify Flint, Michigan in the last paragraph. POULSBO — The Poulsbo City Council has approved additional money… Continue reading

Poulsbo City Council approves funding for project to reduce manganese in drinking water
USS Nimitz change of command ceremony based on tradition, service and family

USS Nimitz change of command ceremony based on tradition, service and family

BREMERTON—The heart of the U.S. Navy can be can be summed up in three words: Tradition. Service. Family. Perhaps, nowhere is this more in evidence… Continue reading

USS Nimitz change of command ceremony based on tradition, service and family

Poulsbo’s Father Christmas was good to Fishline this year

POULSBO — Danny “Father Christmas” Fritts was suffering from a cold, but that didn’t dampen his enthusiasm for the success of the 2016 Poulsbo Father… Continue reading

Poulsbo Mayor Becky Erickson’s State of the City

Poulsbo Mayor Becky Erickson’s State of the City

POULSBO — Poulsbo Mayor Becky Erickson is scheduled to present her annual “State of the City” during the Jan. 11 City Council meeting. Her slideshow… Continue reading

Poulsbo Mayor Becky Erickson’s State of the City
New CO for Nimitz| Military Briefing

New CO for Nimitz| Military Briefing

Capt. Kevin P. Lenox is the new commanding officer of the USS Nimitz (CVN 68). The change of command ceremony took place at 10 a.m.… Continue reading

New CO for Nimitz| Military Briefing
Goings-on in our Navy town | Military Briefing

Goings-on in our Navy town | Military Briefing

Free showing of “SING” for military and their families Jan. 7 The film “SING” (PG) will start at 9 a.m., Jan. 7 at the Seefilm… Continue reading

Goings-on in our Navy town | Military Briefing

Legal fees going up for developers and others doing business with the city of Poulsbo

POULSBO —The Poulsbo City Council renewed its contract this week with the law firm of Ogden Murphy Wallace Attorneys to serve as the city’s attorney,… Continue reading

New Kitsap Transit center means revised routes in Poulsbo

New Kitsap Transit center means revised routes in Poulsbo

POULSBO — Unless you want to catch the Route 90 bus to Bainbridge Island, don’t use the old Kitsap Transit transfer center on Highway 305… Continue reading

New Kitsap Transit center means revised routes in Poulsbo
Burglar escapes from Poulsbo McDonald’s with undisclosed amount of money

Burglar escapes from Poulsbo McDonald’s with undisclosed amount of money

POULSBO — Employees of the McDonald’s at 20533 Viking Ave. NW interrupted a burglary when they arrived at work at about 5 a.m. Jan. 4.… Continue reading

Burglar escapes from Poulsbo McDonald’s with undisclosed amount of money