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League playoff match with Olympia ends in best-of-five penalty kicks.
First-ever event draws a steady crowd, encourages historical society members.
Robson finishes 4th among boys; Embrey 33rd in 4A girls’ race.
Herald thanks candidates for running but notes negative campaigning tactics.
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.
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.
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.
The city and port know what they want to do with the deteriorating rock wall at Waterfront Park but they still need a plan and most of all — money. That, too, may be on its way soon as the pair approved consultant Parametrix late last month.
The Miss Poulsbo Pageant coordinators are trying out a new twist on an old idea in hopes of giving more women from the North Kitsap area a chance at success. For the 49th year in a row, women ages 17-24 who live in the North Kitsap School District are being sought for the Miss Poulsbo competition. However, organizers are also looking for women from the rest of Kitsap County to compete for the title of Miss Kitsap.
It was almost a ghoulish Halloween for the North Kitsap Vikings last Thursday and not just because the Shelton cheerleaders arrived dressed like Brides of Frankenstein, complete with towering hair and blackened eyes.
POULSBO — For Glenn Anderson, a walk through downtown is a much more personal experience than for most.
POULSBO — “Keep on truckin’ but don’t be campin’” might become Poulsbo’s new motto as the city has its sights on ending a common practice at one of its lesser-known parks.
POULSBO — Law enforcement agency representatives met Oct.28 to hash out concerns with community members over two Level 3 sex offenders who have recently moved to the area.
KINGSTON — Nick Jewett wants to stress the importance of Tuesday night’s public hearing on the future of Kingston.
As we look down the barrel of another general election, it’s important to take a close look at some of the candidates that will impact Kitsap County on not only the local level but the national level as well.
POULSBO — It may look like an ordinary men’s chorus, but to these guys, it’s a preservation of tradition.
POULSBO — A document that surprised the city three months ago turned more heads this month as the second draft showed that Poulsbo may be right on the money when it comes to sales tax.
SEATTLE — Even after travelling to the deep reaches of space, North Kitsap High School graduate Richard Gordon can still get excited by a trip to the Pacific Northwest.
POULSBO — The North Kitsap football team had help from an unusual source in their win over the Port Angeles Roughriders Friday night: the Port Angeles Roughriders.