POULSBO — Like a proud parent, Pam McNeil recalls the children who visit her farm with wide smiles and fond memories.
So the voting public was a little confused last month when the word “permanent” was introduced in front of the Emergency Management Services levy.
POULSBO — One family member collects snakes. Another makes fireworks in the basement. A third, upon finding a typewriter left in the house, takes to writing plays.
Once again voters can expect a tight race between two highly-qualified local candidates as Kitsap County Commissioner Tim Botkin goes toe-to-toe with Patty Lent.
PORT ORCHARD — The running backs may have had the spotlight during Friday night’s game between North Kitsap and South, but the special teams stole the show.
POULSBO — Break out the knives and forks, the 89th annual lutefisk dinner at First Lutheran Church is coming this weekend.
POULSBO — Tracy Wall’s sons always start getting anxious for the holidays about this time of year.
KINGSTON — Along with the creative and artistic energy filling the Old Kingston Hotel, another type of lively spirit is evolving in the new art center.
KINGSTON — Shelley Malan is helping local dogs “go places” and she doesn’t mean house-breaking them.
POULSBO — Two first-half goals, one by air and one by land, helped propel the Olympic Trojans to a 3-1 win over North Kitsap last Thursday.
Like a prizefighter stepping back into the ring to take a few more hits, Phil Rockefeller has been a steady advocate of Kitsap County’s needs as a Representative in the 23rd District.
The steps to the Capital in Olympia are steeper than one may think and the road there is not an easy one. Unfortunately for Democrats and Republicans, once they surpass the status of candidates and are elected to represent their areas they quickly discover that life on the bumpy campaign trail wasn’t so bad after all.
The look on Central Kitsap coach Gordy Bushaw’s face said it all during the Cougars first game Tuesday against North Kitsap in Silverdale.
PORT GAMBLE — “Is that Rose?”
“What the heck was her name… Oh, one’s a Webster girl…”
“Is that her here? That must have been her…”
Students who attended Little Boston School, Poulsbo Elementary and the North End School (now David Wolfle Elementary) from the early-1940s through the 1960s reminisced about their old school days on the evening of Tuesday, Oct. 1, starting with the old black and white pictures hanging on the wall of the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribal Dining Hall.
Once again, the voters will be asked to open their wallets for the benefit of Kitsap County as we consider a property tax lid lift.
POULSBO — An update of Poulsbo’s utility rates will have to wait a little longer as the City Council has sent it back to committee for more work.
For those of you who think transportation is simply roads, highways and byways — Think again.
POULSBO — The woods near Poulsbo Elementary have a new addition: four picnic tables and two small wooden foot bridges.
KINGSTON — Offer the kids at Wolfle Elementary a treat and they won’t ask for pizza or Krispy Kreme donuts, they’ll ask for iguanas and king cobras.
POULSBO — Theatrical works often have the power to move audiences, and this month the Poulsbo Players say their newest work has also inspired the entire theatre.