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LITTLE BOSTON — The Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe’s efforts to raise money for its House of Knowledge is starting to pay off in many, many ways.
POULSBO — If there was a point Fred Phelps was trying to make Saturday night, it’s pretty safe to say he failed.
POULSBO — A group of growing young minds was growing a future for one local waterway last week.
KINGSTON — In what looks to be a tough road ahead, the Environmental Protection Agency called an informal meeting to discuss how it will conduct testing of the former Nike missile site that could potentially become the new Kingston High School in 2006.
POULSBO — As the season winds down, the pressure is on for the varsity girls’ soccer team to get the necessary wins to qualify for the Narrows League Tournament. But a 3-1 win in Port Angeles Oct. 21 lifted a little weight off their shoulders.
With the November 4 elections looming, three of the five seats on the North Kitsap School Board of Directors are up for grabs.
SCANDIA — Heavy winds and torrential rainfall the last two weeks were an inconvenience for some, a little more than that for others. For Dwight and Paulene Droz of Scandia, it was the latter.
POULSBO — Although Jolly St. Nick’s big night is still two months away, for those involved in Operation Christmas Child the holiday season is practically right around the corner.
KINGSTON — Discussion about the current state of local skate parks has county officials, community members and skaters doing flips and turns, but not so much on the concrete jungle.
POULSBO — When it comes to stormwater systems, theory is nice but the wet stuff is the real test.
POULSBO — Wet and tired from digging, Colleen Thompson sighed, “Ours was just mud,” explaining the contents of her bucket of material taken from the Liberty Bay waterfront.
SILVERDALE — Senior Jacklene Salwei set a new school record, but the North Kitsap varsity swimming and diving team could not stroke past the CK Cougars, losing 105-81.
No matter what happens Nov. 4, the North Kitsap School Board will be pumping in some new blood. As it does this — with the consent of the voters — the Herald hopes its readers will also opt to retain a member who has been a grand addition to the group.
KINGSTON — Alex Iles and Eric Peterson are pretty sure there isn’t another contractor out there who will stand on the roof of a project, protecting it from rain at 8 p.m. on any given night.
HOOD CANAL — Motorists using the Hood Canal Bridge this week may want to include additional time in their schedule when crossing the floating structure. Scheduled bridge maintenance is expected to take place Oct. 23. There will be alternating traffic on State Route 104 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
POULSBO — For the North Kitsap Lady Vikings, Jamie Heins is the last line of defense.
POULSBO — Platefuls of Norwegian food, music and smiles were the orders of the day as First Lutheran Church’s annual Lutefisk Dinner turned 90. The event, which had its humble beginnings in the church’s original social hall as a congregation-only gathering has long since opened its kitchen to the general public.
KINGSTON — Those who helped with the recent upgrades and renovations to the Kingston Community Center expect their kids and grandkids to take advantage of their work.
LITTLE BOSTON — It was a night when emotions ran high for Port Gamble S’Klallam tribal members, literally and in spirit.
POULSBO — The time of year when winter storms visit and power generators come out of storage has officially arrived in North Kitsap.