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Filling void, couple brings cider house to Poulsbo

With so many breweries and bars located across Kitsap County, a Poulsbo couple wanted to bring something different to the area that would complement their… Continue reading

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The donated concrete floats were towed to the Port of Poulsbo for complete refurbishment and reuse in the new floating breakwater. Courtesy Photo

Construction of new Poulsbo breakwater begins

Will be ready for public by next year

The donated concrete floats were towed to the Port of Poulsbo for complete refurbishment and reuse in the new floating breakwater. Courtesy Photo
The 2022 Maynard Lundberg Scholarship was awarded by Bill Evans (far left), executive director of the Maynard Lundberg Education Foundation, to Cole Darcey and Megan Miller. At the far right is Janet Lundberg Pugh, Maynard Lundberg’s daughter. (Courtesy photo | Port Orchard Rotary)

Two SK grads receive Maynard Lundberg scholarships

Port Orchard Rotary-sponsored scholarships honor prominent South Kitsap community member

  • Jun 21, 2022
  • Staff report
The 2022 Maynard Lundberg Scholarship was awarded by Bill Evans (far left), executive director of the Maynard Lundberg Education Foundation, to Cole Darcey and Megan Miller. At the far right is Janet Lundberg Pugh, Maynard Lundberg’s daughter. (Courtesy photo | Port Orchard Rotary)
Elisha Meyer photos | Kitsap News Group
Political leaders, organizers and supporters join in the call for more action in the mission for racial equality at a Juneteenth rally at Evergreen Rotary Park on Saturday, June 18 in Bremerton.

Celebrating Juneteenth

Attendees say more steps are needed for racial equity

  • Jun 20, 2022
  • By Elisha Meyer Kitsap News Group
Elisha Meyer photos | Kitsap News Group
Political leaders, organizers and supporters join in the call for more action in the mission for racial equality at a Juneteenth rally at Evergreen Rotary Park on Saturday, June 18 in Bremerton.
Firefighters rescued a visiting 78-year-old woman after her fall a few feet down a cliff in Eglon. Courtesy Photo

Woman, dog rescued after falling over cliff in Eglon

Firefighters rescued a woman and a dog Tuesday in Eglon after they fell over a cliff at a vacation rental. North Kitsap Fire & Rescue… Continue reading

Firefighters rescued a visiting 78-year-old woman after her fall a few feet down a cliff in Eglon. Courtesy Photo
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Youth get hands dirty at Fat Turnip Farms

Owner’s mission to give back to community

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Cake4Kids bakes tasty treats for underserved kids

Nonprofit is looking to expand into Central and South Kitsap

  • Jun 15, 2022
  • By Mike De Felice Kitsap News Group
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Chow down at the Father’s Day Manchester Salmon Bake

Proceeds will benefit Friends of the Manchester Library organization

  • Jun 15, 2022
  • Staff report
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DUI breathalyzer tests tossed in Kitsap County District Court

Judges deem them inadmissible

  • Jun 14, 2022
  • By Mike De Felice Kitsap News Group
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Poulsbo Parks & Recreation director Dan Schoonmaker talks about the giant troll sculpture project during last week’s City Council meeting.

Poulsbo moves forward with giant troll sculpture project

Cost and location still to be decided; city can still back out of it

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Poulsbo Parks & Recreation director Dan Schoonmaker talks about the giant troll sculpture project during last week’s City Council meeting.
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Felony drug possession change in law rocks state legal system

Washington state’s law outlawing possession of drugs for personal use was unconstitutional

  • Jun 13, 2022
  • By Mike De Felice Kitsap News Group
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Several Kingston High graduates celebrate receiving their diplomas at their in-person graduation ceremony.

Kingston graduates shine through resilience

After being the first school in Kitsap County to close due to COVID-19 a few years back, Kingston High School’s Class of 2022 returned in… Continue reading

  • Jun 11, 2022
  • By Nicholas Zeller-Singh North Kitsap Herald
Several Kingston High graduates celebrate receiving their diplomas at their in-person graduation ceremony.
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Construction novices use sweat equity to build themselves a home

Housing Kitsap program is a viable way to enter competitive home market

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This graduate has the look of elation after receiving her diploma. Tyler Shuey/North Kitsap Herald Photos
This graduate has the look of elation after receiving her diploma. Tyler Shuey/North Kitsap Herald Photos
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Sheriff’s Office citizen volunteers help deputies shoulder the load

Volunteers take on more mundane tasks so KCSO deputies can attend to more pressing issues

  • Jun 10, 2022
  • By Mike De Felice Kitsap News Group
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Three men plead not guilty in Careaga murder case

Suspects are being held in Kitsap County Jail without bail

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First Fed Community Foundation awards grants to 17 area nonprofits

Foundation gives $400,000 to organizations in Kitsap, Clallam, Jefferson and Whatcom counties

  • Jun 8, 2022
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Kitsap Transit board to host public meetings on fare policy

Proposed changes would impact fees for those under 19 and vanpool program

  • Jun 8, 2022
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Indianola goldsmith creates custom jewelry at home

Recycling in an earth-friendly way is golden, even in the jewelry business. Since about 2000, David Weinstock has run a goldsmith business out of his… Continue reading

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Feeding hungry students is a culinary challenge for SKSD kitchens

Picky primary students skip the pepperoni, but high schoolers like the spice on their lunch menu

  • Jun 3, 2022
  • By Mike De Felice Kitsap News Group
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