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A tale of two (or three) graduations unfolded in North Kitsap over the weekend. North Kitsap High School and Kingston High School Class of 2021… Continue reading
Heiko was almost 11-years-old and served KCSO for nine years.
That’s a 4.2% increase compared to the same period last year
Activities to take place on Friday, June 25
T-shirt sale to fund Friends operation
Selected SKSD school sites will provide meals on Wednesdays
The hearing examiner for the city of Poulsbo has approved the Port of Poulsbo’s Breakwater Replacement project to go out for bidding. However, it may… Continue reading
The investigation is continuing, Chief Matt Brown says
Seattle-based Flamenco dancer Savannah Fuentes brings her latest work, Flores de Verano Flamenco en Vivo, to the Island Lake Community Building in Poulsbo June 22… Continue reading
Viking Brew, now Viking Brew Haus, has crossed the street and moved into bigger digs. The corner coffee shop, a favorite for Poulsbo locals and… Continue reading
COVID can’t stop the creativity of artists’ community
Inslee tries to get more people to get their shots
The Hood Canal Bridge will be closed for several hours due to damage sustained to the bridge span following an apparent hit and run incident.… Continue reading
County no longer at ‘high level’ as rate drops to 74.9
Collision disrupts traffic near Port Orchard exits
Citizen survey is open until end of month
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‘We all know we touch people’s lives but we don’t always know when,’ Simpson said.
A motorcyclist was injured at the Johnson Way and Highway 305 intersection while evading Washington State Patrol Saturday night. According to a memo from State… Continue reading
Smoke alarms reportedly did not go off