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KINGSTON — The rain subsided in time for two antique tractor trailers, two horse carriages and Santa Claus to make an appearance in the Little City By The Sea last weekend.
POULSBO — Male chorus singing in Norway may have roots as far back as the Gregorian chants in the year 300, however, Sunday night was all about the present and the future of this art form.
POULSBO — When surrounded by an endless variety of candy and gobs of icing as white as snow, it’s hard to resist snacking while creating a holiday gingerbread house.
POULSBO — While celebrating the successful end to one program’s first year, the Miss Poulsbo/Miss Kitsap program will be lighting 50 birthday candles for the other.
PORT GAMBLE — After 48 marathons and 16 over-50 mile “ultra marathons,” one might expect that Port Gamble resident Pekka Termonen would be thinking about hanging up his running shoes.
Two months ago, as Kitsap Transit and company made their push to raise taxes and revive passenger-only ferry service here, Executive Director Dick Hayes made some good points about his agency’s proposal.
POULSBO — A group united against a Wal-Mart in Poulsbo has once again resurfaced to stump up support for its efforts.
POULSBO — When he’s not being pulled by eight tiny reindeer, apparently Santa sometimes arrives by boat.
POULSBO — The City of Poulsbo and Port of Poulsbo should soon know if needed upgrades to port facilities and Waterfront Park will go forward on the preferred timeline.
SHELTON — Though the North Kitsap boys’ swim and dive team was out-matched by a veteran Shelton squad and several Viking swimmers could not compete due to ineligibility issues Thursday, the team has reason to believe things are looking up.
POULSBO — In one classic story, a band of elves works by night to fill a shoemaker’s shop with beautiful wares.
KINGSTON — After voters sunk Kitsap Transit’s proposed foot ferry tax in last month’s election, a group of private ferry companies is set on sailing another option for service from Kingston to Seattle.
POULSBO — As the Kitsap County Commissioners rethink their June 2003 decision to increase county impact fees, the North Kitsap School District is hoping to find a way to keep the board from changing its mind.
POULSBO — Bob Klein jokes that his Christmas trees are like his great-grandchildren but it’s really the families he sees each holiday season that make it all worthwhile.
POULSBO — The Sons of Norway’s men’s chorus will celebrate its second season together by hosting a truly historical evening of song for the holidays.
For three decades, the people of Kingston have been cutting through man made paths between Lindvog and Parcell roads.
KINGSTON — Residents on Lindvog and Parcell Road feel a trail needs to be established to provide safer access to the neighborhoods between the two streets — and they are making great strides in doing so.
KINGSTON — The Corey Sign and Display Company Inc. has been around the block quite a few times during its stretch in Western Washington.
POULSBO — As the North Kitsap winter sports teams prepare for the upcoming season, there is a group of determined girls who are also conditioning, working on its moves and strategies and getting pumped up for the season ahead.
POULSBO — This weekend, families in Dutch countries will celebrate St. Nicholas Day — an event of magic and tradition where the saint of generosity visits homes with treats for all.