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Good meals and gratitude

State’s Veterans Affairs officials offer their thanks to Full Circle Meals organizers

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State delays hearing on That One Place fines

That One Place levied $132,000 fine for violating COVID-19 proclamation

  • Apr 5, 2021
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Ground broken on expansion of Manchester Library

$300,000 project to be completed by end of 2021

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93 new COVID cases in Kitsap

On Monday, the Kitsap Public Health District confirmed 93 new positive cases of COVID over the weekend, bringing the countywide total to 6,478 since the… Continue reading

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Homeless shelter being relocated to former Olympic Fitness Center site

75-bed facility to house men, women and families in Port Orchard

  • Apr 5, 2021
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Historical Society opening Heritage Museum in “old red house”

Drop off artwork submissions at Maritime Museum on Front St.

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All WA residents 16 and older eligible for vaccines April 15

Over 200,000 people will have the opportunity to get COVID shots

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Last phase of Poulsbo Place approved

The Poulsbo City Council has approved the last phase of Poulsbo Place at the SE corner of Jensen and 3rd Avenue. As approved, the lower… Continue reading

  • Apr 2, 2021
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A new science curriculum will be introduced in the 2021-22 school year for NKSD high school students. (Ken Park/North Kitsap Herald)

NKSD adopts new science curriculum

The North Kitsap School District has adopted a new science curriculum that was developed in the Portland Metro School District. For the last two years… Continue reading

A new science curriculum will be introduced in the 2021-22 school year for NKSD high school students. (Ken Park/North Kitsap Herald)
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Possible anti-Asian hate crime being investigated in Port Orchard

The incident took place amid reports that racist hate crimes are at an ebb in Kitsap County

  • Apr 1, 2021
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Hate crimes against Asian Americans haven’t spiked in Kitsap County

But the numbers have risen across the U.S. during the COVID-19 pandemic

  • Apr 1, 2021
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Virtual health visits of the COVID era are here to stay

Virginia Mason Franciscan Health has facilitated 425,000 virtual clinical visits since March 2020

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<em>A large crane places tunnel footings in position.</em>				 Courtesy photo

Work continues on Highway 305 roundabout

Wonder why your wait at Highway 305 at Johnson Road was a little longer than usual last week? Or did the large crane give it… Continue reading

  • Apr 1, 2021
<em>A large crane places tunnel footings in position.</em>				 Courtesy photo
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Variant here; follow COVID protocols

Studies: Variant more likely to cause severe illness, death

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Southworth-to-downtown Seattle

Fast-ferry service is now underway

  • Mar 29, 2021
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Lynne Mackey-Moseley was one of the recipients of a grant from the North Kitsap Schools Foundation. (Courtesy photo).

NK Schools Foundation awards $13K in grants

1st high schooler gets grant for Equity Club

Lynne Mackey-Moseley was one of the recipients of a grant from the North Kitsap Schools Foundation. (Courtesy photo).
<em>Cars line the parking lot of Olympic College in Poulsbo as eligible folks wait to get their COVID-19 vaccine.</em>		 Ken Park/North Kitsap Herald

Olympic Poulsbo Nursing Program hosts drive-through vaccine clinic

Supported by the Kitsap Public Health District and Kitsap County Emergency Operations Center, Olympic College-Poulsbo now offers a drive-through vaccination clinic. The clinic will be… Continue reading

<em>Cars line the parking lot of Olympic College in Poulsbo as eligible folks wait to get their COVID-19 vaccine.</em>		 Ken Park/North Kitsap Herald
The new Suquamish Tribal Council, from left, Councilmembers Luther (Jay) Mills Jr., Rich Purser, Sammy Mabe, Chairman Leonard Forsman, secretary Windy Anderson, treasurer Robin Little Wing Sigo and vice-chairman Wayne George. (Photo by Jon Anderson/Courtesy of Suquamish Tribe)

Suquamish fill 5 seats on Tribal Council

The Suquamish Tribe filled its five open spots on its Tribal Council last week, with four familiar faces returning and one new face joining. Chairman… Continue reading

The new Suquamish Tribal Council, from left, Councilmembers Luther (Jay) Mills Jr., Rich Purser, Sammy Mabe, Chairman Leonard Forsman, secretary Windy Anderson, treasurer Robin Little Wing Sigo and vice-chairman Wayne George. (Photo by Jon Anderson/Courtesy of Suquamish Tribe)
A driver accidentally slammed into two downtown Poulsbo businesses Monday. (Photos courtesy of Poulsbo Fire Department)
Structural engineers were able to remove the vehicle safely from the businesses.

Elderly driver slams into Poulsbo businesses

Two downtown Poulsbo businesses were damaged when a vehicle drove into them Monday afternoon. Neither the driver nor the two people inside the businesses were… Continue reading

A driver accidentally slammed into two downtown Poulsbo businesses Monday. (Photos courtesy of Poulsbo Fire Department)
Structural engineers were able to remove the vehicle safely from the businesses.