No matter what happens Nov. 4, the North Kitsap School Board will be pumping in some new blood. As it does this — with the consent of the voters — the Herald hopes its readers will also opt to retain a member who has been a grand addition to the group.
KINGSTON — Alex Iles and Eric Peterson are pretty sure there isn’t another contractor out there who will stand on the roof of a project, protecting it from rain at 8 p.m. on any given night.
HOOD CANAL — Motorists using the Hood Canal Bridge this week may want to include additional time in their schedule when crossing the floating structure.
Scheduled bridge maintenance is expected to take place Oct. 23. There will be alternating traffic on State Route 104 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
POULSBO — Platefuls of Norwegian food, music and smiles were the orders of the day as First Lutheran Church’s annual Lutefisk Dinner turned 90. The event, which had its humble beginnings in the church’s original social hall as a congregation-only gathering has long since opened its kitchen to the general public.
HANSVILLE — After five hours of public comment last week from Kitsap County’s fishing community, the design results for a new boat launch at Point No Point Beach Resort were impressive, even to the staunchest of fishermen.
KINGSTON — While it’s getting mucky, cold and wet outside, plans to develop some of Kingston’s old logging roads and county easements as hiking trails are receiving some much needed sunlight.