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POULSBO — Labor Day weekend won’t be a time of rest for the Poulsbo Lions Club, as it once again presents its fund-raising antique show and sale.
POULSBO — When Mike Granat’s son asked him for an account of his days as a Navy airman he did him one better — he wrote a book.
KINGSTON — The parents of a child in the North Kitsap School District filed a civil rights complaint against the school district in U.S. District Court earlier this month, claiming it discriminated against their child while carrying out disciplinary action.
POULSBO — Local student Alden Denny is making a splash in competitive kayaking.
POULSBO — There was no mud for Mudstock. In fact, the sun shone brightly over the festival’s return to Little Norway after its six-year hiatus from the spotlight.
HANSVILLE — Lois Jarnagin tried for a country theme with her new coffee stand, Lone Star Espresso, which she based on her favorite country band, but it just didn’t fit with the beach theme in Hansville.
FOUR CORNERS — Butch Alford bought his current property based on the sole factor that there was a creek on the land. Not because it is a stone’s throw from the Hood Canal and the sounds of the shore are nearby.
Poulsbo — The developing Olhava property will soon have something it never had before that will help construction move even faster — water and sewer.
POULSBO — The graduation ceremony held at North Kitsap High School on Monday was a little different than most. The small event was held in the front office. The principal wore a track suit instead of a robe, and the lone graduate had spent 40 years in the sheet-metal business.
Tuning things up at Mike Wallace
Poulsbo — A change in the way cities can annex land means Poulsbo is changing the way it extends utilities.
HANSVILLE — The Department of Fish and Wildlife is looking for something they can’t quite get their fingers on in an effort to help local boaters enjoy the waters around the Point No Point area.
POULSBO — The thrill of victory and the agony of defeat have never been quite so entertaining as at the Dock Boy Olympics on the Poulsbo waterfront Sept. 5.
SUQUAMISH — The weekend’s celebration in downtown Suquamish wasn’t just about enjoying frybread, watching the flying colors of beautifully ornate costumes during dance competitions or the quick strokes of the canoe racers — it was about honoring a fearless leader who is world-renowned for his work in the tiny peninsula of Kitsap County.
Poulsbo — People expect that when they call their local police in an emergency that they will receive a quick response.
POULSBO — For the past three years, North Kitsap High School French teacher Keith Johnson has helped his classes exchange letters and videos with classrooms full of French students across the Atlantic Ocean.
The crews from the Poulsbo Fire Department and North Kitsap Fire & Rescue want to continue help saving lives and making sure everyone is safe.
POULSBO — As a Poulsbo Police reservist, Don Kennedy has spent recent days flagging traffic near Front Street.
POULSBO — They’re in the business of helping people find their dream homes but later this month one local real estate office will also help people who simply dream of owning a home.
POULSBO — Bill Austin vowed he’d never throw another Mudstock again, but with just one week until its comeback he’s glad he changed his tune.