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Martinson cabin leaves home after 100 years

POULSBO — It’s been said it takes a village to raise a child. Apparently it also takes a village to raze a cabin, especially if you have to do it one piece at a time.

Locals dig in to help girl battle cancer

KINGSTON — A little girl in California diagnosed with cancer is receiving support from a group of people she barely met last year in the Kingston Cove Yacht Club.

Veterans Day closures and changes announced

POULSBO —Veterans Day will bring opportunities for the community to honor veterans who have served their country in the armed forces. It will also bring a handful of closures and schedule changes.

Chamber overhauls from the top down

POULSBO — A new executive director is right around the corner for the Greater Poulsbo Chamber of Commerce. And that’s just the beginning.

Cultural fair runs in Poulsbo’s blood

POULSBO — Science, math, language arts, civics, genealogy. One of these subjects does not occupy much time in the minds of seventh, eighth and ninth graders. But perhaps it should.

Cavs’ spikers pick up season-ending win

KINGSTON — Lindsay Sprague had three kills and four serving aces and Jade Niemeyer added five assists as the Kingston Cavaliers ended their winning season by topping the Ridgetop Raiders in two games.

Service officers salute veterans

POULSBO — Veterans Day was a holiday set aside 50 years ago this month to honor the lives of veterans of all eras and all branches of the military.

VFW Hall is more than a place just for veterans

KINGSTON — The Veterans of Foreign War Hall on West First Street is normally a quiet hall, modest in its exterior as well as the street where it is located.

Why foot ferries got the big boot

Voters sent a pretty huge warning shot across Kitsap Transit’s bow Tuesday. The statement was clear: We won’t support a foot ferry system that benefits few at the cost of many. It came down to a question of burden, really.

Seniors top juniors in final ‘powder puff’

POULSBO — The North Kitsap Viking seniors came from two touchdowns behind to beat their junior competitors, 22-20 in NK’s annual — and final — powder puff football game.

Liberty Bay Trail may roll in December

Long-awaited project goes out to bid in coming weeks.

Vikings run out of steam at district

Cross country team won’t break state tape in Pasco this season.

North Kitsap Election Results

Passenger-only proposal fails, Lord unseats Aitchison and McGinty tops Hutley in Poulsbo. Voters elect Delaney, Ahl and Strickland to North Kitsap School District...

Wolves dunk CK Cougars but Vikes swim into district meet

Salwei will be North’s lone state swimmer.

Getting a little crabby aren’t we?

These articles from the Poulsbo Marine Science Center will appear monthly, showcasing the fascinating saltwater world surrounding us.As appetizers or entrees, they’re pretty appealing. Great… Continue reading

Life is definitely a mystery to be lived

“Life is a mystery to be lived, not a problem to be solved.”A message on Saiorse Molloy, the refrigerator in “Round Ireland With a Fridge”… Continue reading

Thanks for your efforts

This one’s going out to everyone who ran for office and lost. A very sincere thank you for your interest and tireless efforts.Your seeking office… Continue reading

Narrows League honors North Kitsap players

GIG HARBOR — Three North Kitsap High School volleyball players received all-league honors over the weekend. Outsider hitters Jennifer Buckner and Liz Tomsyck and libero… Continue reading

Olympia’s height proves top heavy for NK soccer squad

Vikings drop playoff game, season in 3-1 loss in Tacoma.

CALENDAR — ONGOING

GRANDMOTHER’S CLUB: Poulsbo Little Norway Grandmother’s Club meets the third Tuesday of every month at First Lutheran Church on Fourth Ave., Poulsbo. New members welcome.… Continue reading