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POULSBO — When the North Kitsap Herald arrives on Poulsbo resident Muriel Williams’ doorstep, it’s more than just newsprint and ink to her.
POULSBO — A tiff with the City of Poulsbo nearly two years ago and tough times fund-raising are blamed for a recent announcement that Viking Fest 2003 will likely not include fireworks.
KINGSTON — Students of the North Kitsap Options program were taking steps in unexpected ways Thursday morning.
In so many ways one is blessed by little miracles.
POULSBO — As a man who’s used to doing things for others, Erling “Bub” Olsen seemed flabbergasted as the audience not once, but twice gave him a standing ovation after he received the rank of Eagle Scout.
Erling “Bub” Olsen never gave up on his dreams. There’s something to be said about that in today’s society. Something to be learned.
POULSBO — For Poulsbo Parks and Recreation, spring means new programs and a new attitude.
POULSBO — Former Poulsbo resident Barbara Parker-Waaga wears a button bearing a picture of her daughter Tracy wherever she goes.
POULSBO — A local parent and musician will try to uncode one of the piano’s trickiest puzzles this weekend.
POULSBO — This season, the North Kitsap High School soccer players may have a better chance of surprising the rest of the Narrows League than they’ll have of surprising each other.
POULSBO — The city council this week threw its support behind ballot proposition that would raise sales tax while lowering property taxes.
KINGSTON — Kingston resident Ricky Arthur Roberts’ recent arrest for possessing child pornography wasn’t his first run-in with federal authorities.
SUQUAMISH — The blue-tongued lizard’s name was Sweet Pea. The snapping turtle was called Roxanne. And the albino python was dubbed Baby.
POULSBO — The city council took one step closer to building a wide area telecommunication network this week when it unanimously approved a deal that will give Little Norway the first of the last-mile solutions.
ELGON â€” A local resident, lawyer, substitute teacher and aware environmentalist has helped preserve a portion of North Kitsap forever.
POULSBO — To use the term, “trial by fire” would be an understatement for Marlin Warmedahl’s first venture into the restaurant business.
POULSBO â*” From Horton to Yertle to The Cat in the Hat, when it comes to reading, Poulsbo knows where itâ*™s at.
HANSVILLE â€” There was a bit of talent scouting going on at the Hansville Community Center on Sunday afternoon.
It’s in the air again. Much like the birds and budding flowers of spring time, the feeling of pageant fever is once again sweeping through North Kitsap and beyond.
Lemolo. Suquamish. Poulsbo. Hansville. Kingston. The list is growing. North Kitsap is growing as well, but are we doing it too fast? We hope not.