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The occasion marked the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I.
Gateway Eagles Elementary School in Poulsbo held a Veterans Day chapel in honor of service members. During the event Jeff Mitchell — who served eight… Continue reading
Incidents 10/29/2018 12:14 H18001389 - FOUND PROPERTY - NE MOE ST 10/29/2018 12:40 H18001390 - FOUND PROPERTY - NE MOE ST 10/29/2018 18:17 H18001391 -… Continue reading
North Kitsap Fishline will be holding a grand opening event for its new Food Bank & Comprehensive Services Center in Poulsbo on Saturday, Nov. 10… Continue reading
No damage to the building, no injuries to the driver.
KPUD says E. coli found in samples
Selected Kitsap County roads will be affected by repairs and construction work through Nov. 16.
Jesse Moore of Olalla has been missing for almost two weeks.
Coast Guard Sector Puget Sound watchstanders are looking for more information regarding a possible missing boater, whose vessel was located aground at Skiff Point on… Continue reading
The Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office served a search warrant Wednesday on a residence in the 3300 block of Northlake Way NW in Bremerton and arrested… Continue reading
David Schmitt was fired without cause by Mayor Wheeler on October 24.
Updated results show little change among candidates’ standings.
PORT ORCHARD — Faced with a troubling rise in mass school shootings across the nation, and having a number of school facilities well past their… Continue reading
The city of Poulsbo may change its executive structure. During a Nov. 7 meeting, members of Poulsbo City Council heard testimony about possibly creating a… Continue reading
Police say 22-year-old Joseph A. Armas was unloading a hunting rifle when it went off.
Investigators say her death was a homicide.
Incumbents survive challenge
Sherry Appleton has won another term representing Washington’s 23rd Legislative District, which includes the north part of Kitsap County. The incumbent had 25,843 votes as… Continue reading
53.4-percent approval margin falls short of 60-percent requirement
Republicans, centrist Democrat appear to hold off progressive challengers with vote counting to resume Wednesday.