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“Giving program has $20,000 goal.”

Thank You! Jerry and Janet Deardorff $50 Helene and Bill Schmidt $100

“Poulsbo may pay $30,000 to help support work of EDC”

"2001 EDC budget request is ten times higher than amount for this year. POULSBO - How much should Poulsbo be paying to promote itself in 2001? It depends on who you ask. But no matter how you slice the city's budget for next year, one piece seems to stick out above the rest - new programs proposed by the Legislative body. "

Navy investigates possible U.S.S. Alaska sabotage

"Navy officials are investigating a possible sabotage attempt on board the Trident submarine USS Alaska currently undergoing a backfit conversion overhaul at PSNS. Damaged equipment, possibly severed electrical cables, were discovered on board the submarine late last summer. But Navy officials will not reveal the exact nature of the damage according to PSNS PAO Mary Ann Mascianica. "

Volunteers tackle library painting

EDS staffers put a fine coat on new library basement.

Sharing Trees take root at local banks

POULSBO - Sharing Trees will once again be taking root at Bank of America and Frontier Bank on Jensen Way this holiday season - and if all goes as planned - the spirit of Christmas will grow as a result.

Claus or not? CSTOCK musical opens Friday

"While staying true to the classic 1947 holiday film, the stage musical version of Miracle on 34th Street'' makes contemporary references to Christina Aguilera, X-Men, N'Sync, rap, A Christmas Story'' and Home Alone.'' "

Getting a hand-le on those aches and pains

New massage therapist helps clients' bodies and minds.

School District task force tweaks recommendations

Addition to Spectrum added to ideas.

Kingston Skatepark design takes shape

"More rails, no bowl kids say. "

“Sheldon, Rockefeller apparent winners in 23rd”

Two of the three legislative incumbents from the 23rd legislative district were enjoying comfortable leads in early absentee ballot returns on Tuesday night. The third had a slimmer margin to hold onto.

Home Rule rules in Kitsap County

Kitsap County joined the ranks of major Puget Sound counties by taking the first step in becoming a charter county last night. County voters approved an initiative yesterday allowing the election of 21 freeholders to write a home rule charter that could drastically change the way the county is set up.

“Endresen, Angel win commish seats”

Kitsap County voters wished Republican candidate Jan Angel a happy birthday last night by choosing her over Democratic contender Dusty Wiley as the next District 2 county commissioner.

Local teacher still tickling the ivory

Long-time musician opens new studio near Poulsbo.

“Public Facilities District asks for $100,000”

Botkin calls request a shock.

Dr. Neil Torvik all smiles after career as dentist

Long-time dentist retires at the end of the month.

City to improve park visibilityScreening

Arbor Vitaes causing some safety concerns.

Slapstick at school: NK students perform Tartuffe

Farce by Moliere to open Friday night.

A frightfully fun time had in Kingston

Fun House offers less spooks than haunted houses

“Poulsbo nets $488,000 state salmon grant”

Funds could help purchase park land near Dogfish Creek.

Our picks for commissioners

The Kitsap County Commissioners races have received more than their usual share of attention during this election cycle. That's partly because of the Home Rule issue being on the same ballot and the pent-up frustrations over looming shoreline regulations.