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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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An idea of what the giant troll sculpture at Fish Park would look like if approved by Poulsbo City Council. Courtesy Photos

Poulsbo ponders giant troll sculpture at Fish Park

Cost would be around $90K, but could be tourist attraction

An idea of what the giant troll sculpture at Fish Park would look like if approved by Poulsbo City Council. Courtesy Photos
Graduates wore masks and social distanced at last year’s North Kitsap ceremony due to COVID-19 concerns. File Photos

NK, Kingston graduations back to normal

Attendance open; no masks or social distancing

Graduates wore masks and social distanced at last year’s North Kitsap ceremony due to COVID-19 concerns. File Photos
Portions of sheetrock were removed to ensure that no dangerous hot spots remained. NKF&R firefighters Brady Vernik, left, and Harold Redrico work on the aftermath. Courtesy Photo

NK family displaced by fire

Smoke alarms awakened two teens after a fire broke out in their home late Saturday night. Though the pair and two of the household’s three… Continue reading

  • Jun 1, 2022
  • Staff report
Portions of sheetrock were removed to ensure that no dangerous hot spots remained. NKF&R firefighters Brady Vernik, left, and Harold Redrico work on the aftermath. Courtesy Photo
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Nominate your favorites

Nominations are being accepted for the Best of the Best on North, Central and South Kitsap! Pick your favorites in a variety of topics, and… Continue reading

  • Jun 1, 2022
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Over 400 people attended the aquarium during opening weekend, which coincided with Viking Fest.
Over 400 people attended the aquarium during opening weekend, which coincided with Viking Fest.
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Kilmer’s seat on Appropriations Committee is key to area’s defense industry

$21 billion has been allocated to modernize the nation’s four shipyards — including PSNS

  • May 29, 2022
  • By Mike De Felice Kitsap News Group
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Concerts by the Bay summer series starts Thursday

Buck & Elizabeth, a Bob Dylan tribute group, will perform at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 2.

  • May 28, 2022
  • By Mike De Felice Kitsap News Group
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Loaded handgun in backpack brought to Mullenix Ridge Elementary by student

Initial KSCO investigation indicates student may have been given wrong backpack containing weapon

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Get ready for some splashin’

McCormick Village Park’s splash pad opens May 28

  • May 26, 2022
  • Staff report
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Dalla Baia co-owners Cecilio Tope (left) and Sandy Kolbeins (right). Tyler Shuey/North Kitsap Herald Photos

Dalla Baia opens in old That’s-A Some-Italian space

Co-owner Sandy Kolbeins also owns The Loft, Valholl Brewing

Dalla Baia co-owners Cecilio Tope (left) and Sandy Kolbeins (right). Tyler Shuey/North Kitsap Herald Photos
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SKSD superintendent responds to Texas school shooting

“Our hearts are heavy as we learn about the tragedy in Texas,” Superintendent Winter wrote to families

  • May 25, 2022
  • By Mike De Felice Kitsap News Group
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Terry Delegeane takes over as Firehouse Theater owner July 1. Courtesy Photo

Kingston’s Firehouse Theater sold to ex-comic book writer, editor

Movie and meal nights, live theater, independent films possible

Terry Delegeane takes over as Firehouse Theater owner July 1. Courtesy Photo
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Modernizing Congress is select committee’s improbable mission

Are legislative bodies irretrievably broken? Kilmer’s committee seeks to repair the damage

  • May 25, 2022
  • By Mike De Felice Kitsap News Group
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