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POULSBO — Downtown business owners got about half of the lodging tax grant money they’d asked for last week, but no one was complaining. In fact, they were grateful.
POULSBO — LeAnne and David Musgrove hope more than anything that their new business will be a place where community members meet, chat and stay awhile.
SUQUAMISH — The Suquamish Tribe has taken another step forward in acquiring ownership of its tribal lands while at the same time, providing for the community.
SUQUAMISH — In an effort to assist its members on their paths to recovery, the Suquamish Tribe recently started the long-awaited construction of its Wellness Program Transitional House in downtown Suquamish.
Military Traffic complaints were unpatriotic...
POULSBO — It is safe to say that speaker Ross Szabo hit a nerve with many North Kitsap High School and Spectrum Community School students.
Sometimes a small town newspaper like the North Kitsap Herald forgets why it is here. Elections, schools’ happenings, planning issues, local events and the like are extremely important to everyone and vital information we do our very best to share them with our readers.
POULSBO — Four generous donations have already rolled in to push the 52nd annual Bellringer drive $550 toward its goal.
POULSBO — Michelle Stice’s family had always thought she and her grandmother were similar, but soon the two may share more than their spunky personalities.
KINGSTON — A long-awaited trail that a group of residents has been seeking may have just been found.
New coaching staff says anything possible this season.
SUQUAMISH — Dr. Judith Gray’s visit to the North End Nov. 18 was somewhat coincidental. As North Kitsap High School begins a plan to form its first small school, “Polaris International,” Gray, an expert and founder of many small learning communities, was praising one that already exists here.
POULSBO — Schools across the United States are experimenting with a new method of educating high school students. And North Kitsap High School is about to join the growing ranks.
HANSVILLE — Nearly a year after Chuck Edwards’ death, his memory still lives on through his work as well as his neighbors, friends and family in Hansville.
Despite no divers, team poised to send swimmers to districts.
The Raab Foundation, the Noon Lions and the North Kitsap Herald were astounded last year by the generosity of our community. When the call for Bellringer donations went out, the state economy was in the dumps and no one was really certain whether the $25,000 goal was too high to reach. You raised more than $32,000 when all was said and done.
SUQUAMISH — Despite the efforts of the various community groups, attitudes have not changed much as to who should get Old Man House State Park.
GAMBLEWOOD — Rebecca Lynn’s business Juicy Fabric is not to be mixed up with the gum Juicy Fruit, but the results are practically the same — appealingly colorful products that make you crave for more.
FAIRGROUNDS — It took three hours but everyone left relieved. Some upset, some happy, but relieved it was finally over.
POULSBO — At the Raab Foundation, the spirit of Christmas is alive and well year ‘round. That’s because the money raised during the annual Bellringer drive each holiday season is doled out throughout the year to North Kitsap families in need.