POULSBO — Former Poulsbo resident Barbara Parker-Waaga wears a button bearing a picture of her daughter Tracy wherever she goes.
POULSBO — The city council took one step closer to building a wide area telecommunication network this week when it unanimously approved a deal that will give Little Norway the first of the last-mile solutions.
KINGSTON — The Port of Kingston Board of Commissioners got a glimpse into the future for the core of Apple Tree Cove at its monthly meeting Wednesday night, including a look at the possibility of a passenger-only ferry system.
LITTLE BOSTON — While pow-wows are not part of the traditional culture of tribes from the Northwest, but their purpose for celebration of life with friends is what attracted a local man to start one on the Port Gamble S’Klallam Reservation nearly 20 years ago.
Although it is highly unlikely that Shoeless Joe Jackson will be walking out of the remaining woods near Olhava anytime soon, the question we’d like to put to everyone who opposes big box business is simple.