KINGSTON — A long-awaited trail that a group of residents has been seeking may have just been found.
SUQUAMISH — Dr. Judith Gray’s visit to the North End Nov. 18 was somewhat coincidental.
As North Kitsap High School begins a plan to form its first small school, “Polaris International,” Gray, an expert and founder of many small learning communities, was praising one that already exists here.
GAMBLEWOOD — Rebecca Lynn’s business Juicy Fabric is not to be mixed up with the gum Juicy Fruit, but the results are practically the same — appealingly colorful products that make you crave for more.
The Raab Foundation, the Noon Lions and the North Kitsap Herald were astounded last year by the generosity of our community. When the call for Bellringer donations went out, the state economy was in the dumps and no one was really certain whether the $25,000 goal was too high to reach. You raised more than $32,000 when all was said and done.
POULSBO — At the Raab Foundation, the spirit of Christmas is alive and well year ‘round.
That’s because the money raised during the annual Bellringer drive each holiday season is doled out throughout the year to North Kitsap families in need.
POULSBO — If the adage “there’s strength in numbers” is true, then the Poulsbo Panthers boys’ basketball team has an advantage in selecting its varsity and junior varsity teams for the coming season.
KINGSTON — In 11 years of coaching the Kingston Cavaliers junior high basketball team, Tony Chisholm believes his most important job as a coach is adding to what he calls each player’s “toolbox.”