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POULSBO — Two first-half goals, one by air and one by land, helped propel the Olympic Trojans to a 3-1 win over North Kitsap last Thursday.
Like a prizefighter stepping back into the ring to take a few more hits, Phil Rockefeller has been a steady advocate of Kitsap County’s needs as a Representative in the 23rd District.
The steps to the Capital in Olympia are steeper than one may think and the road there is not an easy one. Unfortunately for Democrats and Republicans, once they surpass the status of candidates and are elected to represent their areas they quickly discover that life on the bumpy campaign trail wasn’t so bad after all.
The look on Central Kitsap coach Gordy Bushaw’s face said it all during the Cougars first game Tuesday against North Kitsap in Silverdale.
PORT GAMBLE — “Is that Rose?” “What the heck was her name... Oh, one’s a Webster girl…” “Is that her here? That must have been her…” Students who attended Little Boston School, Poulsbo Elementary and the North End School (now David Wolfle Elementary) from the early-1940s through the 1960s reminisced about their old school days on the evening of Tuesday, Oct. 1, starting with the old black and white pictures hanging on the wall of the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribal Dining Hall.
Once again, the voters will be asked to open their wallets for the benefit of Kitsap County as we consider a property tax lid lift.
POULSBO — An update of Poulsbo’s utility rates will have to wait a little longer as the City Council has sent it back to committee for more work.
For those of you who think transportation is simply roads, highways and byways — Think again.
POULSBO — The woods near Poulsbo Elementary have a new addition: four picnic tables and two small wooden foot bridges.
KINGSTON — Offer the kids at Wolfle Elementary a treat and they won’t ask for pizza or Krispy Kreme donuts, they’ll ask for iguanas and king cobras.
POULSBO — Theatrical works often have the power to move audiences, and this month the Poulsbo Players say their newest work has also inspired the entire theatre.
POULSBO — It could become one of the most contentious ballot measures in the general election, and the Poulsbo City Council has opted to stay out of the fray.
SUQUAMISH — A six-year dream for the Suquamish Tribe and Port Madison Enterprises came true Monday morning with a shovel of dirt.
KINGSTON — Don’t be surprised if the new playground games at Wolfle Elementary put a new spring in principal Mary Jane Fraser’s step.
POULSBO — Clay Blackwood, who graduated from North Kitsap High School in 1990 and has been an assistant coach with the fastpitch team for the last eight years, has taken a job as assistant coach with the Olympic College fastpitch softball team.
POULSBO — A plain sign is all that marks the portal that is the front door to the A. Phimister Proctor Museum and curator Sandy Church likes to call it “Poulsbo’s best kept secrets.”
POULSBO — The Vikings rang up goals faster than a supermarket checker in the first few minutes of Saturday’s game against Klahowya.
Little Norway’s best kept secret won’t be a secret for long. But that’s okay with Sandy Church. For years, the quiet owner of Liberty Bay Auto has been amassing an enormous collection of A. Phimister Proctor art, not for his own edification, but to remember the talents of his grandfather.
POULSBO — Talk to the folks at Courtesy Chevrolet about their newly-built lots and the “c” word will inevitably come up.
POULSBO — After weeks of waiting and worrying, Septemberfest organizers were all smiles about the festival’s return to Little Norway last weekend.