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Multiple violations reported at Viking Way LRA

Level 3 sex offenders reported to have left without GPS monitoring, behaved aggressively to staff

The Peninsula Music and Art Society’s Paint Out Poulsbo event on June 1 saw numerous artists participating in a “plein air” painting contest. Photo by Mark Wakeman, Kitsap Photography Guild.

Paint Out Poulsbo splashes some color on the Viking City

Thirty professional, amateur, and student artists descended upon downtown Poulsbo recently to enjoy a day of beautiful weather and paint “en plein air” as part… Continue reading

  • Jun 13, 2019
The Peninsula Music and Art Society’s Paint Out Poulsbo event on June 1 saw numerous artists participating in a “plein air” painting contest. Photo by Mark Wakeman, Kitsap Photography Guild.

Poulsbo City Council takes no action on permanent sex offender housing restrictions

City will likely revisit permanent restrictions later in the year

Rotary of South Kitsap awards scholarships

Four students are graduates of South Kitsap High School

Manchester Library’s Salmon Bake, Book Sale is Sunday

Events benefit the Friends of Manchester Library

WWU brings Small Business Development Center to Poulsbo

Kitsap Regional Library in Poulsbo is now the newest location of a Small Business Development Center hosted by Western Washington University. According to organizers Small… Continue reading

Emergency moratorium on new McCormick water connections in place

Port Orchard working with Bremerton, developers to find solution

North Kitsap Herald welcomes new reporter

Ken Park joins the North Kitsap Herald news team from White Salmon

SK boosters urge residents to ‘Show Your Wolf Flag’

SK Hype team hopes to spread enthusiasm for education in the community

A final farewell to South Kitsap schools

Graduating seniors receive a congratulatory welcome at former middle school

Celebrating graduation on their own terms

Explorer Academy seniors successfully complete their hybrid education

Suquamish Tribe files intent to sue U.S. Navy for repeated sewage spills

The Tribe gave military officials 60-days notice of their intent to file a lawsuit

  • Jun 11, 2019

Man arrested for hit-and-run Saturday in Bremerton

The motorcyclist sustained injuries in the collision and was transported to Harrison Medical Center

  • Jun 11, 2019

Bremerton Bridge Blast will feature new enhancements this year

An airshow will occur at 8 p.m. before the fireworks display begins at 10:15 p.m.

Poulsbo woman arrested for DUI after multi-car crash in downtown

A 46-year-old Poulsbo woman was arrested June 6, after allegedly crashing into multiple cars while under the influence. According to a release from the Poulsbo… Continue reading

  • Jun 10, 2019

Peace activists to meet at NBK-Bangor Tuesday morning

Activists will hand out leaflets discouraging the use of nuclear weapons

  • Jun 10, 2019

Tremont final paving, alas, is delayed to next week

Paving contractor was delayed by weather last week on other projects

Bremerton High School seniors bid farewell

248 students graduated Friday night at BHS Memorial Stadium

‘Stuff the Bus’ volunteers gather food for Helpline

6,400 pounds of food, $750 in cash donated to food bank