POULSBO — A major telecommunications solution for the peninsula may take its first baby steps right here in Little Norway where it got its fledgling start.
POULSBO — The rising cost of health care is something that’s hitting most Washingtonians in the pocketbooks, but for the city of Poulsbo that impact will be much larger than most would like.
KINGSTON — The days of steam engines and familiar vessels will be back for a visit this weekend, reinstating the spark of the old lifestyle that prevailed during the days of Puget Sound’s historic Mosquito Fleet.
POULSBO — For children with autism, cerebral palsy, or Down syndrome, it can be a struggle just to walk or speak. One new business in Poulsbo is trying to lessen that struggle for children in North Kitsap.
BREMERTON — The North Kitsap girls’ basketball summer league team got three wins in one day and ended up taking third place in the Olympic College Girls Basketball Summer League Tournament last weekend.
Bill Reynolds, Pat Richards and Laurie Lewis are all searching for something they hope to find before its too late. Before their residents pass away or vital materials are destroyed or unknowingly thrown away. They want help finding the one thing that evolves every day.
POULSBO — Stanley Thomas used to be quite the ballroom dancer in his day. Now in his 90s, he said he didn’t know if his legs would hold out for a dance, but when Sandy Jackson urged him to pick a song — he didn’t hesitate.
PORT GAMBLE — It’s a quiet small town, perfectly manicured and well-kept. But three days out of the year, it breaks out on the map with regional artists, crafters and musicians, entertaining the eyes and ears of those that show up to eat, shop and enjoy the results of creative musings from within the region.