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2nd COVID related death confirmed this week, 27 total

Community member was 65 or older with underlying health conditions

 

<em>Danielle Brown and Pat show some of the items already donated.</em>			 Ken Park/North Kitsap Herald

Warm clothing drive, she knows what it’s like to be homeless

Danielle Brown of Poulsbo knows what it’s like to be homeless and cold in the winter. She was homeless for 11 years. Now given a… Continue reading

  • Nov 24, 2020

 

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Rainy Daze is hosting a Pints for Purpose Event Nov. 28 raising money for Fishline's Christmas Child program.

Fundraiser Saturday for Christmas Child Program

Grab a pint and do some good at Rainy Daze Brewing in Poulsbo on Nov. 28, where $1 for every pint will go to Fishlines… Continue reading

Rainy Daze is hosting a Pints for Purpose Event Nov. 28 raising money for Fishline's Christmas Child program.
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Downtown businesses are bracing for a harrowing holiday season

COVID-19 fear, state-mandated restrictions will likely gouge holiday profits

  • Nov 23, 2020
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26th COVID-19 related death confirmed in Kitsap

Community member was older adult (65 or older) with underlying health conditions

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Man trapped under tractor rescued

A Kingston man appears to have escaped serious injury after becoming trapped under a 2,500-pound tractor when it rolled over onto him Saturday. Firefighters used… Continue reading

  • Nov 23, 2020
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The North Kitsap High School spirit rock was relocated to its new home in the campus commons in an effort to remain central to the school, but also monitor the messaging that goes on the rock. (submitted photo)

Negative messages lead to NKHS ‘Spirit Rock’ being moved

No, the North Kitsap High School “spirit rock” has not been removed, but relocated in an effort to better monitor the messages that appear on… Continue reading

The North Kitsap High School spirit rock was relocated to its new home in the campus commons in an effort to remain central to the school, but also monitor the messaging that goes on the rock. (submitted photo)
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Unemployment fell in October, but new restrictions loom over state economy

It remains to be seen how November’s new restrictions on businesses will affect the state’s economy, but in October, the unemployment rate fell once again… Continue reading

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Pandemic spurs a literary family affair

Banner Forest author, son and daughter team up to produce three fanciful children’s books

  • Nov 19, 2020
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Surviving COVID-19

Kitsap restaurants band together to keep serving meals through Full Circle Meals project

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Bruciato in downtown Winslow is one of the eateries affected by the lockdown.

Locals try to keep going amid COVID lockdown

Gov. Jay Inslee’s announcement of a return to stricter guidelines due to an uptick in COVID-19 has local businesses scrambling in an effort to stay… Continue reading

  • Nov 18, 2020
Bruciato in downtown Winslow is one of the eateries affected by the lockdown.
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Health District confirms 41 new cases of COVID in Kitsap

Over the past two weeks, Kitsap County’s positive case rate per 100,000 residents is 5.2 percent

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KCSO has provided a photo of the suspect vehicle involved in a hit and run in Suquamish.

Woman dies in hit and run; driver at large

A 75-year-old man was arrested on Friday Nov. 13 in connection with the fatal hit and run in Squamish. The man, identified as Magne Staner… Continue reading

KCSO has provided a photo of the suspect vehicle involved in a hit and run in Suquamish.
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SKSD’s Highly Capable Services to accept referrals

All students are eligible for referral, according to the district

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KCIRT’s investigation of jail inmate’s death completed

Investigators found no evidence of criminal intent by corrections officers

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Health District confirms another record with 52 new cases of COVID-19

On Sunday, the Kitsap Public Health District confirmed a record 52 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the countywide total of positive tests to 1,999 since… Continue reading

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Report: Safety measures paramount to reopening schools

Confirmed COVID-19 cases are being uncovered in higher numbers in Washington and schools in Kitsap County have backed off bringing students back to school for… Continue reading

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