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The entrance to the Firehouse Theater.

Not a fire sale, but a Firehouse Theater sale

Owner says health, wife’s retirement led to decision

 

Nine local “Healthcare Heroes” were recently recognized by the Poulsbo City Council for their various efforts during the COVID pandemic. Courtesy photo

Local ‘Healthcare Heroes’ recognized by Poulsbo council

It also approves $10k of ARPA funding for COVID tests for small businesses

 

Neon lights and signs gives My Girl a 1950s feel, along with all the other collectibles from that time period.

Talkin’ ‘bout My Girl: Drive-In & Museum in Kingston

Where in Kingston can one find a movie trailer once used by Elvis, a 1932 Cadillac that belonged to R. Lee Ermey (Full Metal Jacket)… Continue reading

 

Safety continues to be a concern at the Highway 305/Johnson Parkway roundabout construction project, where four vehicle-injury collisions have occurred since June. Courtesy photo

305 roundabout concern – 4 injury accidents since June

Poulsbo leaders are concerned about four injury accidents since June, including one fatal, at the Highway 305/Johnson Parkway roundabout project. The most recent one on… Continue reading

Safety continues to be a concern at the Highway 305/Johnson Parkway roundabout construction project, where four vehicle-injury collisions have occurred since June. Courtesy photo
The holiday-themed production held earlier this month was the first live performance with a full audience at the Jewel Box Theatre since before the pandemic began in March of 2020. Castmembers from left to right: Al Gunby, Kathy Currie, Mike Currie (back), Gary Vance, and John Ackenhusen. Courtesy photo

Jewel Box Theatre back in action after long layoff

Proof of vaccination required for entry; patrons must wear masks

The holiday-themed production held earlier this month was the first live performance with a full audience at the Jewel Box Theatre since before the pandemic began in March of 2020. Castmembers from left to right: Al Gunby, Kathy Currie, Mike Currie (back), Gary Vance, and John Ackenhusen. Courtesy photo
Outlined in green is the 1.32-acre lot donated to Poulsbo that will be added to Fish Park. The park will now total about 44 acres. Courtesy photo

Properties donated to Poulsbo; 1 will add to Fish Park

At its meeting last week, the Poulsbo City Council approved two donations of property - one that will add onto Fish Park and the other… Continue reading

Outlined in green is the 1.32-acre lot donated to Poulsbo that will be added to Fish Park. The park will now total about 44 acres. Courtesy photo
Nine-year-old Wyatt Christensen of Kingston (right) recently won the Expert Class at the USA BMX Grand Nationals in Tulsa, Oklahoma, making him 2021 National Championship for his age group. Courtesy photos

Local BMX phenom continues to rack up national accolades

Nine-year-old Wyatt Christensen is from Kingston

Nine-year-old Wyatt Christensen of Kingston (right) recently won the Expert Class at the USA BMX Grand Nationals in Tulsa, Oklahoma, making him 2021 National Championship for his age group. Courtesy photos
Former North Kitsap High School three-sport standout Shawn Deeds (1989-91) will be inducted into the Kitsap Sports Hall of Fame in February. Courtesy photos

Kitsap Sports HOF inductees announced

Includes NK 3-sport standout Shawn Deeds; 2001 Bainbridge LLWS team

Former North Kitsap High School three-sport standout Shawn Deeds (1989-91) will be inducted into the Kitsap Sports Hall of Fame in February. Courtesy photos
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Burrata Bistro in downtown Poulsbo provides outdoor seating in public right of ways through the city’s Summer Fair program.

Poulsbo OKs Summer Fair extention through ‘22

Council also approves car tab fees for neighborhood streets

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Burrata Bistro in downtown Poulsbo provides outdoor seating in public right of ways through the city’s Summer Fair program.
Santa waves from his boat during the 50th Lighted Ships Parade in 2019. Herald file photos

Lighted Ships Parade set to spread holiday cheer Dec. 11

Poulsbo Yacht Club has been putting on event for over 50 years

Santa waves from his boat during the 50th Lighted Ships Parade in 2019. Herald file photos
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Poulsbo considers Transportation Benefit District

Car tab fees would be used to fix neighborhood streets

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Shoppers decide on their favorite tree. Tyler Shuey/North Kitsap Herald photos
Shoppers decide on their favorite tree. Tyler Shuey/North Kitsap Herald photos
The site on Viking Avenue where Poulsbo public works is relocating its facilities. Courtesy photo

Poulsbo Public Works relocation in progress

At last week’s Poulsbo City Council meeting, the Public Works Department presented its modified requests for the 2021-22 mid-biennial budget amendment and the 2022-27 Capital… Continue reading

The site on Viking Avenue where Poulsbo public works is relocating its facilities. Courtesy photo
Aerial image of Royal Valley Farm and area of rezone. Courtesy photos

Kitsap OKs law to downzone 14 parcels of Royal Valley Farm

Kitsap County commissioners approved an ordinance Monday to downzone 14 parcels south of Keyport to preserve the natural environment and critical areas. It also makes… Continue reading

Aerial image of Royal Valley Farm and area of rezone. Courtesy photos
The Santa Lucia bride prepares to light the ceremonial bonfire at the 2019 Poulsbo Julefest. Herald file photos

“Little Norway” to host Julefest after being canceled last year

After having its annual holiday event canceled last year due to COVID-19, the Poulsbo Sons of Norway will again be holding Julefest Dec. 4 to… Continue reading

The Santa Lucia bride prepares to light the ceremonial bonfire at the 2019 Poulsbo Julefest. Herald file photos
Seattle-area band Becoming Bristol will be headlining the benefit concert at Bayside Community Church in Kingston Dec. 4. Jack and Britt Espinosa (left) are from Kingston. Courtesy photos

Benefit concert for local charities Dec. 4 in Kingston

Brothers Britt and Jack Espinosa, who grew up in Kingston, and their band Becoming Bristol will be holding a benefit concert Dec. 4 at Bayside… Continue reading

Seattle-area band Becoming Bristol will be headlining the benefit concert at Bayside Community Church in Kingston Dec. 4. Jack and Britt Espinosa (left) are from Kingston. Courtesy photos
The second-floor green roof at Poulsbo City Hall is overgrown with weeds. Courtesy photo

Poulsbo discusses public patio on City Hall roof

Roof overgrown with weeds; difficult for maintenance to access

The second-floor green roof at Poulsbo City Hall is overgrown with weeds. Courtesy photo
After 31 years, That’s-A-Some Italian Ristorante will be closing later this month. Tyler Shuey/North Kitsap Herald

That’s-A-Some Italian closing after over 30 years in Poulsbo

New, remodeled Italian restaurant taking its place

After 31 years, That’s-A-Some Italian Ristorante will be closing later this month. Tyler Shuey/North Kitsap Herald
Local oil painter Robin Weiss (right) at work during a previous year’s Art in the Woods studio tour. Courtesy Photos

Art in the Woods studio tour showcases variety of local artists

3-day event features 18 studios across N. Kitsap

Local oil painter Robin Weiss (right) at work during a previous year’s Art in the Woods studio tour. Courtesy Photos
The area that was cleared of selected trees. Courtesy photos
The area that was cleared of selected trees. Courtesy photos