- Subscriber Center
- Best of Kitsap
- Print Editions
- Home Delivery
- About Us
BREMERTON — It would have been a highlight-reel play, courtesy of a highlight-reel player.
POULSBO — For the second meeting in a row, the North Kitsap School Board heard comments about a school-based health clinic that, if approved, would be located at Spectrum Community School.
POULSBO — Jennifer Harris had 24 points, six rebounds, six steals and five assists as she led the North Kitsap girls’ basketball team to their first league win, 68-50 over the Bremerton Knights.
POULSBO — “Oh, I want a little bungalow, where the red, red roses grow,” Al McCrary’s voice flitted through the room of well wishers on his 100th birthday this week.
Is the North Kitsap School District on the verge of realizing its master plan to obliterate any form of communication between students and their parents? Can you think of a more absurd question?
KINGSTON — When members of Kingston Junior High’s astronomy club travelled to a ‘star party’ in Eastern Washington last year, they were able to peer into telescopes and see swirling constellations, multicolored nebulas and enormous planets.
Next Tuesday will not, or at least should not, be just another day off of school for area students.
HANSVILLE — It all started with an antique car. When Seattle resident Sherry Pollard took a ferry across the Sound to attend an antique car show in Port Townsend in the late 1990s, passing through the North Kitsap area reminded her of something familiar — her childhood home in Alaska.
POULSBO — If he didn’t believe in the kindness of strangers before, Poulsbo resident Bob Holmes sure does now.
Frank and Mabel Raab must be smiling...
POULSBO — At the moment it looks like a pile of rocks and mud, but the way Bill Austin looks at it, you know he sees something beautiful.
Shellfish harvesters can jump back in the water. The previous Paralytic Shellfish Poison, or “red tide,” closure in Agate Pass has been lifted, according to the Kitsap County Health District.
POULSBO — Students in the North Kitsap School District will get a day off on Jan. 14, but that doesn’t mean there will be nothing to do.
This is the third article in a three-part series about the past, present and future of Port Gamble.
SUQUAMISH — When students in Mark Darrach’s class at West Sound Academy discuss heavy metal during a break, they’re not talking about the latest album by Metallica.
KINGSTON — Last Saturday, there were only a few minutes left in this winter’s Basketball Basics program, but plenty of teaching left to be done.
POULSBO — The Poulsbo Players learned two things from their recent run of “Lies and Legends: The Musical Stories of Harry Chapin” — the public was ready for a musical and they were also ready and willing to embrace Chapin’s spirit of giving.
Heard the other day that Kingston favorite columnist was having a resurgence of the “C-word” and felt it was important to let her know how we feel.
POULSBO — Poulsbo Market wine buyer Don Thornton likes to say that an informed customer is more likely to be a repeat customer.
This question first appeared in the The New York Sun in 1897 and was reprinted annually until 1949 when the paper went out of business.