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Aerial shot of the city-owned property on Iverson Street in Poulsbo. Public Works is in the midst of moving its operations from this site to its new location on Viking Avenue. Courtesy Photo

Poulsbo Council discuss options for city-owned property on Iverson

Public Works in process of moving to new site on Viking Ave.

Aerial shot of the city-owned property on Iverson Street in Poulsbo. Public Works is in the midst of moving its operations from this site to its new location on Viking Avenue. Courtesy Photo
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No surprises as primary election filing week ends

Two to watch: Races for 26th District’s state Senate and District 3 Kitsap County commissioner

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Graduating senior receives SK Community Pride Scholarship

Regina Obnial wins the fifth-year scholarship award from South Kitsap Properties

  • May 23, 2022
  • Staff report
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Now in Kingston, he’s focusing on photography

Tim Davis is featured artist at Village Green through June

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Trial is over, the judge to rule on That One Place case

$132,000 is at stake over Port Orchard restaurant’s alleged COVID-19 violations

  • May 19, 2022
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Peace Run team members run through the halls of Kingston Middle School.

Runners tell Kingston students give peace a chance

The Sri Chinmoy Oneness-Home Peace Run, ( peacerun.org ) an international torch relay inspired by visionary Sri Chinmoy, visited Kingston Middle School students May 16.… Continue reading

Peace Run team members run through the halls of Kingston Middle School.
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Poulsbo Mayor Becky Erickson speaks during last week’s City Council meeting.
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Poulsbo Mayor Becky Erickson speaks during last week’s City Council meeting.
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A congressman’s ‘Day in the Life’

6th District Rep. Kilmer chalks up busy days in Congress

  • May 16, 2022
  • By Mike De Felice Kitsap News Group
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15 SK students win Kiwanis Club scholarships

Scholarships given by Port Orchard service organization total $33,000

  • May 15, 2022
  • Staff report
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Local charcuterie catering business opens sandwich shop in Poulsbo

Women-owned business located on Viking Avenue

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Poulsbo Public Works will soon be moving to its new property on Viking Avenue. Courtesy Photo

Generator to be designed for new Public Works building

Poulsbo also receives $75k grant for housing

Poulsbo Public Works will soon be moving to its new property on Viking Avenue. Courtesy Photo
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The pristine look of the property is always a priority at Kiana Lodge.
Tyler Shuey/North Kitsap Herald photos
The pristine look of the property is always a priority at Kiana Lodge.
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One man’s mission to help Ukrainians

Central Kitsap attorney’s outreach is aiding refugees living desperate lives in Odesa

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The fight for abortion rights

Reproductive rights supporters and advocates speak passionately at Bremerton rally

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Scenes from the Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe's march to bring awareness to Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women on May 5. Sam Jones courtesy photos

S’Klallam Tribe holds march for missing, murdered Indigenous women

The Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe held a march Thursday to bring awareness to the issue of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. The march began at… Continue reading

Scenes from the Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe's march to bring awareness to Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women on May 5. Sam Jones courtesy photos
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Two-alarm fire at Gorst’s Navy City Metals

The blaze closed SR 3 and SR 16, but both have since reopened

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Spring Daze Craft, Garden and Gift Show is May 14-15

Event returns after two-year absence in Port Orchard

  • May 6, 2022
  • Staff report
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Viking Fest returns May 20-22 for the first time since 2019.

After 2-year layoff, large turnout expected at Viking Fest

Most events back for 3-day festival in May

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Viking Fest returns May 20-22 for the first time since 2019.
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New Kingston piano bar hits all the right notes

A new piano bar recently opened in downtown Kingston, providing a quiet and relaxing drinking atmosphere that can be hard to find locally. Oldies Piano… Continue reading

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Randall points to passage of her salary transparency bill

But state senator is disappointed by Inslee’s partial veto of her sales tax exemption legislation

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