Tyler Shuey

Suquamish Councilmember Sammy Mabe speaks during the tribe's joint meeting with the city of Poulsbo. Courtesy Photos

Poulsbo, Suquamish officials meet for 1st time since 2020

Tribe suspended relationship following fatal shooting

 

A map of the North Kitsap region where many trail segments are being considered for the North Sound to Olympics Trail. Courtesy Graphic

Planning discussed for North Sound to Olympics Trail

Kitsap County Public Works held an open house Wednesday at the Village Green Community Center in Kingston to discuss trail planning with the public for… Continue reading

 

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Filling void, couple brings cider house to Poulsbo

With so many breweries and bars located across Kitsap County, a Poulsbo couple wanted to bring something different to the area that would complement their… Continue reading

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Youth get hands dirty at Fat Turnip Farms

Owner’s mission to give back to community

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Poulsbo Parks & Recreation director Dan Schoonmaker talks about the giant troll sculpture project during last week’s City Council meeting.

Poulsbo moves forward with giant troll sculpture project

Cost and location still to be decided; city can still back out of it

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Poulsbo Parks & Recreation director Dan Schoonmaker talks about the giant troll sculpture project during last week’s City Council meeting.
This graduate has the look of elation after receiving her diploma. Tyler Shuey/North Kitsap Herald Photos
This graduate has the look of elation after receiving her diploma. Tyler Shuey/North Kitsap Herald Photos
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Indianola goldsmith creates custom jewelry at home

Recycling in an earth-friendly way is golden, even in the jewelry business. Since about 2000, David Weinstock has run a goldsmith business out of his… Continue reading

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An idea of what the giant troll sculpture at Fish Park would look like if approved by Poulsbo City Council. Courtesy Photos

Poulsbo ponders giant troll sculpture at Fish Park

Cost would be around $90K, but could be tourist attraction

An idea of what the giant troll sculpture at Fish Park would look like if approved by Poulsbo City Council. Courtesy Photos
Over 400 people attended the aquarium during opening weekend, which coincided with Viking Fest.
Over 400 people attended the aquarium during opening weekend, which coincided with Viking Fest.
Dalla Baia co-owners Cecilio Tope (left) and Sandy Kolbeins (right). Tyler Shuey/North Kitsap Herald Photos

Dalla Baia opens in old That’s-A Some-Italian space

Co-owner Sandy Kolbeins also owns The Loft, Valholl Brewing

Dalla Baia co-owners Cecilio Tope (left) and Sandy Kolbeins (right). Tyler Shuey/North Kitsap Herald Photos
Terry Delegeane takes over as Firehouse Theater owner July 1. Courtesy Photo

Kingston’s Firehouse Theater sold to ex-comic book writer, editor

Movie and meal nights, live theater, independent films possible

Terry Delegeane takes over as Firehouse Theater owner July 1. Courtesy Photo
Aerial shot of the city-owned property on Iverson Street in Poulsbo. Public Works is in the midst of moving its operations from this site to its new location on Viking Avenue. Courtesy Photo

Poulsbo Council discuss options for city-owned property on Iverson

Public Works in process of moving to new site on Viking Ave.

Aerial shot of the city-owned property on Iverson Street in Poulsbo. Public Works is in the midst of moving its operations from this site to its new location on Viking Avenue. Courtesy Photo
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Now in Kingston, he’s focusing on photography

Tim Davis is featured artist at Village Green through June

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Poulsbo Mayor Becky Erickson speaks during last week’s City Council meeting.
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Poulsbo Mayor Becky Erickson speaks during last week’s City Council meeting.
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Local charcuterie catering business opens sandwich shop in Poulsbo

Women-owned business located on Viking Avenue

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Poulsbo Public Works will soon be moving to its new property on Viking Avenue. Courtesy Photo

Generator to be designed for new Public Works building

Poulsbo also receives $75k grant for housing

Poulsbo Public Works will soon be moving to its new property on Viking Avenue. Courtesy Photo
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The pristine look of the property is always a priority at Kiana Lodge.

Delayed weddings due to COVID lead to record at lodge

Some are even taking place on weekdays

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The pristine look of the property is always a priority at Kiana Lodge.
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Viking Fest returns May 20-22 for the first time since 2019.

After 2-year layoff, large turnout expected at Viking Fest

Most events back for 3-day festival in May

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Viking Fest returns May 20-22 for the first time since 2019.
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New Kingston piano bar hits all the right notes

A new piano bar recently opened in downtown Kingston, providing a quiet and relaxing drinking atmosphere that can be hard to find locally. Oldies Piano… Continue reading

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