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Gallery | Downtown Poulsbo lights up for the holidays

Santa’s elves were busy helping the Downtown Poulsbo Historical Association decorate for the Holidays. Here a few photos of the Viking City all lit up… Continue reading

(l-r) Lt. Bryson Eader, Capt. Brain Ramey, Lt. Bruce Lowrie, Capt. Kevin Vay, Battalion Chief Craig Becker. (photo courtesy of Poulsbo Fire Department)

Poulsbo firefighters receive awards and honors

On Nov. 20 Kitsap County Fire Protection District 18 also known as the Poulsbo Fire Department presented awards, honors, recognitions and promotions to several of… Continue reading

(l-r) Lt. Bryson Eader, Capt. Brain Ramey, Lt. Bruce Lowrie, Capt. Kevin Vay, Battalion Chief Craig Becker. (photo courtesy of Poulsbo Fire Department)

Fourth sex offender to arrive at Viking Way residence

A controversial house on Viking Way near Poulsbo which houses convicted sexually violent predators (SVP’s) will be gaining a fourth resident in the days to… Continue reading

26th District lawmakers share their legislative report cards

Legislators say bipartisan cooperation crucial to getting capital funding

26th District lawmakers share their legislative report cards

Legislators say bipartisan cooperation crucial to getting capital funding

Poulsbo man killed in Jefferson County crash

At approximately 4:36 a.m. on Nov. 21 a fatal collision involving a Poulsbo man occurred on State Route 104 in Jefferson County. The man, identified… Continue reading

CKF&R receives Management Excellence Award

CKF&R won in category A, which is for departments with a budget over $4 million

Silverdale Rotary Turkey Trot set for Thanksgiving morning

Funds raised from event will support community activities, including Central Kitsap Food Bank

Highly Capable Services accepting referrals

All second- and fifth-grade students will be given the first phase of testing in regular classrooms

NKSD to pay $5 million settlement following school bus sexual assaults

The North Kitsap School District will be paying a $5 million settlement to several families after four students were sexually assaulted by another student on… Continue reading

Poulsbo Police and Legal Departments request budget funds to aid in increasing efficiency

Children may be writing lists for Santa this time of year, but the various departments within the City of Poulsbo are writing lists as well… Continue reading

DNR withdraws Ridgetop land exchange proposal

Property could be put back out for sale or be involved in another land exchange within a year

AARP Tax-Aide volunteers needed

To volunteer, go to www.aarp.org/taxvolunteer

BPD K-9 unit involved in collision on Kitsap Way Tuesday

Civilian driver sustained blood on his forehead and K-9 was taken to vet for precautionary reasons

Student reportedly in stable condition after being struck by a vehicle Tuesday

An 18-year-old Bremerton High School student is reportedly in stable condition after being struck by a vehicle Tuesday evening at a crosswalk on 13th St.… Continue reading

Woman allegedly attempted to run over boyfriend after verbal altercation

KCSO: Man was “backhanded” by girlfriend before having his leg grazed by vehicle

Bremerton takes steps forward to permit temporary homeless encampments

Bremerton City Council will vote on the proposed code changes in December

Fall gem festival at fairgrounds Nov. 23-24

Kitsap Mineral and Gem Society to host event at county fairgrounds

Kitsap Rescue Mission to hold ‘Sleep Out’ for Homelessness Awareness Friday night

Event will take place from Friday at 3:30 p.m. to Saturday morning at 6:30 a.m.