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That One Place penalized by state board for COVID-19 infractions

Port Orchard restaurant has its liquor license suspended for 180 days

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35 new positive COVID-19 cases in Kitsap County

Total positive cases since March grow to over 3,000

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Keith Campbell

BI council narrows city manager list to 3

After one candidate dropped out Dec. 11, there are still leaders in Coronado, CA; Stayton, OR; and Abilene, TX who are trying for the job… Continue reading

  • Dec 11, 2020
Keith Campbell
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Cash & Dash event provides $130,000 for area nonprofits

Kitsap service agencies, programs receive welcome donations from Kitsap Credit Union event

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Poulsbo man arrested, 2 at-large in Suquamish robbery, assault

Devin Decker, 21 of Poulsbo was arrested Dec. 10 in connection with an asault on a Suquamish resident. Documents from Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office say… Continue reading

Fishline had over 400 volunteers before the first COVID shutdown. Now they have 130 volunteers packaging and delivering food to those in need. Ken Park/North Kitsap Herald photos

Bellringer: Fishline shifts to serve needy families during pandemic

Fishline has been serving needy families in Poulsbo for over 50 years, and this year its services have been needed more than ever - even… Continue reading

Fishline had over 400 volunteers before the first COVID shutdown. Now they have 130 volunteers packaging and delivering food to those in need. Ken Park/North Kitsap Herald photos
<em>Jenna DeTrapani, owner of Poulsbo’s newest shop, BookIt Nook, hangs out of the drive-thru window, ready for the next customer. </em>							 Ken Park/North Kitsap Herald photographs

BookIt Nook introduces ‘drive-thru’ bookstore

Opening a business in the middle of a pandemic is a risky thing to do, but the concept of the BookIt Nook, a “drive-thru” bookstore,… Continue reading

<em>Jenna DeTrapani, owner of Poulsbo’s newest shop, BookIt Nook, hangs out of the drive-thru window, ready for the next customer. </em>							 Ken Park/North Kitsap Herald photographs
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77 new cases of COVID confirmed in Kitsap

Over the past two weeks, Kitsap’s positive case rate per 100,000 residents is 199.9

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Man rescued after 30 minutes in Sound with no life jacket

A 24-year-old Vancouver, WA, man who was not wearing a life jacket was rescued after 30 minutes in frigid Puget Sound waters Monday night. The… Continue reading

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Site selection team chooses current Kitsap Bank location for CEC

Architectural firm presents recommendation, community survey results to City Council

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Gov. Jay Inslee in file photo

Inslee extends restrictions to Jan. 4, announces new business grants

Gov. Jay Inslee announced Tuesday that restrictions put in place in mid-November, which were set to expire next week, have been extended through Jan. 4.… Continue reading

Gov. Jay Inslee in file photo
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SKSD facility long-range planning advisory committee seeks members

Group to recommend maintenance, upgrades to school board

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2 arrested in North Kitsap burglary, fraud, drug possession

A burglary in Port Gamble led to a case of fraud, forgery and drug possession in Poulsbo, in which two men were arrested. At approximately… Continue reading

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Vaccine could be here soon if FDA approves it this week

This week could prove to be a pivotal turning point in the globe’s yearlong battle against the COVID-19 pandemic. The Food and Drug Administration is… Continue reading

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Sen. Randall elected by Democrats as Majority Whip

26th LD lawmaker reelected chair of Higher Education and Workforce Development Committee

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Blank Unemployment Benefits form

Unemployment claims fall, but still elevated after restrictions

Initial unemployment claims leveled out somewhat in the final full week of November, but remained higher than the weeks before the governor’s office reimplemented COVID-19… Continue reading

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Sweet memories greet visitors to Port Orchard’s The Candy Shoppe

Nostalgic candies and seasonal fudge smells are part of store’s alluring treats

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Fred Meyer store reports having nine employees with COVID-19

Business says it is taking ‘extensive measures’ to keep store safe for employees, shoppers

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<em>ShareNet thrift store and food bank is off United Road in Kingston.</em>

Bellringer donations help ShareNet food bank

As one of the four charities that receive funds from the Poulsbo Lions Club Bellringer Campaign, ShareNet spends most of that money on food purchases… Continue reading

<em>ShareNet thrift store and food bank is off United Road in Kingston.</em>
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SKSD board approves replacement levy for February ballot

Operations replacement levy would remain at $2.50 per $1,000 of assessed value

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