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Unlawful calls to police get scrutiny

Some calls appear motivated by racism, bill proponents say

 

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3 new COVID-related deaths confirmed in Kitsap, 62 total

Kitsap County nearing 5,000 total cases since pandemic began

 

State trooper Chelsea Hodgson shared this photo of the incident on her Twitter. (Courtesy photo)

One dead, one injured in highway collision

Drivers of two vehicles were taken to area hospitals Monday following a collision at the intersection of Pioneer Hill Road and Highway 3. A State… Continue reading

 

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SKSD slowly bringing kids back into a classroom setting

The return of high schoolers has been delayed, however

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Vaccines offer hope on anniversary of 1st COVID case

Last week marked the first confirmed case of COVID-19 was found in Snohomish County, putting Washington in the national spotlight. Since that time, the state… Continue reading

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Kitsap Public Health launches COVID-19 vaccine clinic Tuesday

Appointments for Tuesday through Thursday are quickly reserved

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Washington’s unemployment rate rose in December

After a few months of falling unemployment rates, the state’s numbers rose in December. New COVID-19 restrictions once again hit some of Washington’s industry sectors… Continue reading

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Locals work with feds on law to reduce carbon

About 160 local people are part of a nationwide grassroots group that is trying to get Congress to pass a far-reaching environmental measure. No, it’s… Continue reading

  • Jan 22, 2021
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Supply not meeting demand for Kitsap COVID vaccinations

Kitsap Public Health asks for patience upon receiving “extremely high volume” of vaccine inquiries

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State trying to make it easier to get COVID-19 vaccine

Washington is moving to the next phase of vaccine distribution, the state announced Monday. The Department of Health has expanded access to the Pfizer/BioNTech and… Continue reading

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Poulsbo man arrested for possession of child porn

A 25-year-old Poulsbo man has been arrested on charges of suspicion of possession of child pornography. Liam Stoulil was arrested Jan. 14 after Poulsbo police… Continue reading

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<em>One of Poulsbo’s Free Food Pantry’s can be found outside Fishlines Market Place on Viking Avenue.</em>
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Food pantries popping up to help those in need

Take what you need; give what you can

  • Jan 21, 2021
<em>One of Poulsbo’s Free Food Pantry’s can be found outside Fishlines Market Place on Viking Avenue.</em>
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Superior Court judge issues temporary restraining order against That One Place

Port Orchard restaurant has been serving customers inside in defiance of the governor’s order

  • Jan 20, 2021
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Another COVID-related death confirmed in Kitsap, 54 total

About half of COVID deaths linked to long-term care facilities

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Port Orchard surges forward in 2021 with projects, priorities

South Kitsap Community Events Center project tops mayor’s priorities this year

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Kiwanis Club accepting applications for educational scholarships

Application deadline is April 12

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A view from one of the new developments happening in Poulsbo. Courtesy photo

Poulsbo mayor gives State of the City address

Poulsbo Mayor Becky Erickson gave her annual “State of the City” presentation at the City Council meeting Jan. 13 and tried to answer the question,… Continue reading

A view from one of the new developments happening in Poulsbo. Courtesy photo
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County Commissioners voice their concerns about governor’s COVID plans

Trio worry about plan’s ‘lack of communication and clarity’

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Port Orchard restaurant at in-dining standoff with state over COVID restrictions

State attorney general seeking temporary restraining order against That One Place

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Initial jobless claims fall 8.4%

Initial unemployment claims fell during the first full week of January, but unemployment claims as a whole remain high as a spike in December has… Continue reading

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