POULSBO — This month, the Port of Poulsbo will go high-tech when it hooks up to its own wireless broadband Internet system.
SUQUAMISH — Not only does Memorial Day weekend get people geared up for the summer in the Northwest, but so do certain businesses lining Highway 305 that are made from plywood and sell hundreds of cases of colorful explosives.
PORT GAMBLE — The handsome knights and lovely ladies of the Middle Ages will be welcoming outsiders to step back in time with them next weekend. With rapier combat, archery contests and lavish courts sprawled all over Port Gamble’s majestic fields, people of today will be able to take part in ancient traditions — slightly modified by modern technology.
POULSBO — An aerial photo of Lindvig Way taken in the late 1960s shows the broad, clear channel of Dogfish Creek flowing under a bridge and meeting in a healthy estuary with the headwaters of Liberty Bay.
POULSBO — Unlike Sampson, perhaps hair is the antithesis of Eric Perkins’ source of power.
In 2001 facial hair was the lutefisk wolfer’s downfall, but the crowd-pleaser returned the next year clean shaven and took home the championship.
KINGSTON — A member of the North Kitsap Fire & Rescue medic and firefighting team has stepped down from nearly 13 years of service with the department for medical reasons, but may continue helping others around the world.
It’s almost time to break open the great book of soccer cliches for the weekend. Viking Cup 2003 is set to descend on Little Norway with the fervor of a longtime fullback taking a rare shot at an opposing team’s goal.
POULSBO — Before the first funnel cake is sugared. Before the first Viking mugs for the cameras. Before the first pancake is flipped, there’s a lot of work that goes into making Viking Fest happen.