News

.

Clean fuels bill approved by the House

Bill was heavily opposed by Republicans, fuel producers

  • Mar 1, 2021
.
.

Great Blue Heron common as crows in our area

By Nancy Sefton Mother Nature was in a whimsical mood when she designed these tall skinny birds with long stick-like legs. Almost everyone in Kitsap… Continue reading

  • Feb 28, 2021
.
.

Juneteenth steps toward state holiday status

Marks the day many slaves learned they were free

  • Feb 26, 2021
.
A conceptual rendering of the Poulsbo Event and Recreation Center shows the large event space and athletic field. City officials estimate the cost of the facility at $40 million. Photo courtesy City of Poulsbo.

Survey says… Poulsbo wants the PERC

Survey says … there’s near unanimous support and demand for the Poulsbo Events and Recreation Center to expand operations. Nearly 1,300 of Poulsbo’s 11,000 residents… Continue reading

A conceptual rendering of the Poulsbo Event and Recreation Center shows the large event space and athletic field. City officials estimate the cost of the facility at $40 million. Photo courtesy City of Poulsbo.
Poulsbo’s Slippery Pig is open but like many of the restaurants and pubs in Poulsbo does not open until late afternoon, though that may change as restrictions loosen over the coming months. (Ken Park/Kitsap Daily News photos)

Phase 2: Customers come in out of the cold

Kitsap County moving to Phase 2 of the state’s COVID-19 reopening plan means for many of Poulsbo’s restaurants they can bring their customers out of… Continue reading

Poulsbo’s Slippery Pig is open but like many of the restaurants and pubs in Poulsbo does not open until late afternoon, though that may change as restrictions loosen over the coming months. (Ken Park/Kitsap Daily News photos)
.

City Council gets a preview of planned Ruby Creek Park Ride

Land acquisition nearing transit board approval

  • Feb 25, 2021
.
.

Work to begin on Old Clifton Road improvements

Design work completed for new roundabout

.
.

Agate Pass Bridge work finishes two days early

Lane closures scheduled for Thursday and Friday have been canceled

.
.

19 new cases of COVID in Kitsap

Over past two weeks, Kitsap’s positive case rate per 100,000 residents has dropped to 74.6

.
.

High schoolers to transition to SK Flex on March 15

South Kitsap High’s principal sends a communication to families Tuesday

.
.

Kitsap Transit picks up Bay Area fast ferry for a bargain price

M/V Solano purchased for approximately $1 million, well under its list price of $4 million

.
.

Port Orchard woman dies in Sedgwick collision

A Port Orchard man injured and sent to hospital

.
Final concept art for the Johnson Road/Highway 305 roundabout. Courtesy photo

Final Roundabout art OK’d by Poulsbo council

The city of Poulsbo has approved artwork for the Johnson Road/Highway 305 Roundabout after many months of negotiation with artists and the public on concepts.… Continue reading

Final concept art for the Johnson Road/Highway 305 roundabout. Courtesy photo
Ron Harding

How to become a cop?: A conversation with the Poulsbo police chief

Poulsbo Police Chief Ron Harding took a moment to discuss what it takes to become a police officer and how today’s climate has impacted officer… Continue reading

Ron Harding
.

KPHD report: Inequity an issue when getting COVID vaccines

Healthcare providers in Kitsap County have been administering COVID-19 vaccines since late December. About 36,000 residents have received their first dose. However, vaccines have not… Continue reading

.
Madeline Pratt is CEO of Fearless Foundry, a company forging the path to make the business world more female friendly. Courtesy photo

Creating a workplace that works for women

Fearless Foundry in Poulsbo seeks to make the business and entrepreneurial world more friendly to women. Founder Madeline Pratt said it is a consulting company… Continue reading

Madeline Pratt is CEO of Fearless Foundry, a company forging the path to make the business world more female friendly. Courtesy photo
Poulsbo's Nazarene church will become the new Public Works offices. Courtesy photos

Poulsbo purchases church property for Public Works

The city of Poulsbo has purchased property on Viking Avenue that will be the new home for the Public Works Department. Public works has been… Continue reading

Poulsbo's Nazarene church will become the new Public Works offices. Courtesy photos
.

Restaurants, fitness centers relieved with loosened COVID-19 restrictions

Governor’s Phase 2 shift throughout the state allows for limited indoor dining and small gatherings

  • Feb 17, 2021
.
.
.
.

A name change for Port Orchard Chamber of Commerce

It’s now called South Kitsap Chamber of Commerce

  • Feb 14, 2021
.