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Farmers to Families food boxes available Oct. 28

First-come, first-served supplies provided through SKSD department

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Fishline luncheon to raise funds for programs

Fishline Food Bank and Comprehensive Services in Poulsbo is having a virtual luncheon called “Empty Bowl” to raise funds for its programs. The event is… Continue reading

  • Oct 23, 2020
Shops in Downtown Poulsbo are gearing up for Halloween with spooky decorations and seasonal wear.

Poulsbo Halloween Hunt takes place of traditional trick or treating

While Poulsbo has had to cancel its traditional Halloween celebration due to the coronavirus, the Chamber of Commerce has come up with an alternative -… Continue reading

Shops in Downtown Poulsbo are gearing up for Halloween with spooky decorations and seasonal wear.
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Some going to school, but there’s no room for all

In a presentation to the Kingston Citizens Advisory Council, North Kitsap School District Superintendent Laurynn Evans revealed that in-person instruction will return Nov. 9, but… Continue reading

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Those without insurance went to the far tent hosted by Kitsap Health District.

Drive-through gives Poulsbo a shot in the arm

Cars lined up along both Third and Moe streets for their occupants to participate in the Free Flu Shot program recently sponsored by Poulsbo City… Continue reading

  • Oct 22, 2020
Those without insurance went to the far tent hosted by Kitsap Health District.
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Unemployment fell in Kitsap County to 6.8 percent in September

Kitsap County had one of the lowest rates of unemployment in Western Washington at the end of September. At 6.8 percent, Kitsap was second only… Continue reading

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Grinch won’t steal Christmas from Chimes and Lights Festival

Some traditional events canceled, others modified due to COVID-19

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Humane Society raises over $317,000 during virtual gala

Funds will provide lifesaving care and support for over 6,000 animals

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Scarecrows will be out on Bay Street this Halloween

Visitors can vote for their favorite at a downtown business

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Kitsap Transit gives go-ahead to launch Southworth fast-ferry service this year

Kitsap residents strongly support starting service to downtown Seattle without a backup vessel

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Top Kitsap health official wants more testing

Kitsap County is still behind its neighbors in terms of overall testing and access to testing, local health officials say, and the Kitsap Public Health… Continue reading

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Live feed: Kitsap County Auditor’s Office Elections Division

Logic and accuracy testing of Kitsap County’s election ballot counting equipment - Thursday (2 p.m.)

COVID cases climbing statewide; tips on gatherings

Coronavirus activity in Washington state is increasing again. After a dip in mid-September likely owing to a relative lack of testing due to wildfire smoke… Continue reading

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Requests for COVID funds costs more than Poulsbo has

As Poulsbo sorts out what to do with the remainder of its Coronavirus Aid Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act funds, the Historic Downtown Poulsbo… Continue reading

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SKSD facing a revenue loss of $7 million due to COVID-19

School district has lost 858 students, putting a dent in state funding projections

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In our COVID world, don’t forget about getting a flu shot

Kitsap Public Health warns that the winter flu can add to health care woes

  • Oct 15, 2020
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SKSD presents ‘Return to Campus’ road map to school board

Selected special-ed students return Monday, youngest students come back Nov. 9

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Wind gusts create havoc with power outages in South Kitsap

Port Orchard has more than 18,000 customers without power, PSE says

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Fathoms royals are out and about, despite the virus

Shielded by masks, the girls have fun while raising dollars

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Olympic College instruction to be mostly online for winter quarter

College president says student and staff safety is top priority