Going gets rough for NK runners

State meet closes season for Robson and Embrey.

Kingston girl helps family get through accident

Usually the more minor the accident, the more upset people are, said Doug Baier, a firefighter and emergency medical technician from the Bremerton Fire Department. But for 7-year-old Troiahna Williams, it was completely the opposite. BFD recognized the young Kingston resident on Monday at the North Kitsap Fire & Rescue station on Miller Bay Road for her cool and collected manner after she, her 2-year-old sister and mother were in a car accident in Bremerton late last month.

Food banks brace for tough holiday season

Although she sees the good her organization does for those in need daily, Fishline Executive Director Tricia Sullivan can’t help but worry when she sees the bare spots on the food bank’s shelves.

Panthers rush Cavs for big victory, 26-6

Smith scores three times in rivalry game between Panthers, Cavs.

Suquamish students reach out to classrooms statewide

Kids take part in teleconference between schools from Bellingham to Fife and Kelso.

Local woman to read names on Vietnam Wall memorial

Tomorrow, at 7:54 a.m. Eastern time, Susan Clotfelter Blaker will read a list of 30 American soldiers killed in Vietnam at the Vietnam Memorial in Washington, D.C.

Woods leads Appleton in unofficial election results

With about 30,000 votes still to be tallied, incumbent State Representative Bev Woods (R) led challenger Sherry Appleton (D) for the position 2 seat as the first set of unofficial election results were announced Tuesday.

NK Community pool back in the swim of things

Programs starting for swimmers and divers.

Editorial – Not forgetting Flanders Field

Sacrifice is the true road to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. We forget this all too often.

Lent unseats Botkin,EMS levies get okay

Unofficial results show R-51 down, PFD recreation facilities proposal failing and county tax measure lost.

Vikes’ Carlsen has a familiar name — and his own game

As North Kitsap readies for Friday’s playoff appearance, middle linebacker is a team leader.

Cinderella will lose her glass slipper in Kingston

Kitsap Children’s Musical Theatre performs magical fairy tale.

Holiday Fest lives up to its name lives up to its name

Christmas spirit prevails at NKHS fund-raising event.

Vikings’ season ended by shootout with Bears, 3-1

League playoff match with Olympia ends in best-of-five penalty kicks.

History day makes history of its own

First-ever event draws a steady crowd, encourages historical society members.

Pair of NK cross-country runners to lace ‘em up for state

Robson finishes 4th among boys; Embrey 33rd in 4A girls’ race.

Wham, bam, thay you, man

Herald thanks candidates for running but notes negative campaigning tactics.

Kingston and Indianola kids scour for goodies.

Thursday’s spooky holiday didn’t get any scarier than the small tots running around in their firefighter suits, butterfly wings, rock star outfits and superhero capes all over Kingston and Indianola.

Downtown businesses, Poulsbo Market host family fun with treats o’plenty.

Little Norway was awash in the Halloween spirit Oct. 31 as numerous local businesses rolled out the welcome mat for trick-or-treating families. Trick-or-Treat Downtown was a sugar-coated hit.

Editorial – Hey, who are these guys?

The question may or may not have been made famous by Paul Newman and Robert Redford as they portrayed Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid on the run but — “Hey, who are these guys?” — seems to be making a comeback in Poulsbo. While no one is racing through town on horseback with deputies hot on their trail, the question has merit as folks at the Marine Science Center would certainly agree.