Letters to the editor

Navy should exercise more care in local waters

So, about 12:30 p.m. Dec. 10, the USS Nimitz came to town escorted by two U.S. Navy gunboats. We’d just docked our very nice 55-foot… Continue reading

Food for those engaged in political discourse

Four little cautionary quotes to ponder: “A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds, adored by little statesmen and philosophers and divines.” — Ralph… Continue reading

Sefton is a treasure of information about our nearshore world

I enjoyed reading Nancy Sefton’s Nov. 10 column about our local waters. I’d like to read more columns by Nancy. She is a local treasure… Continue reading

Appreciates story about Tracyton Library

Thank you so much for the Tracyton Library article. It was well written and we are expecting more visitors based on this. Bonnie ChreyTracyton… Continue reading

Made our community stronger by investing in our students

On Nov. 14, the North Kitsap Schools Foundation gave out $53,000 in grants at our annual Celebration of Learning. The funds will support extraordinary learning… Continue reading

Policies are bearing rotten fruit

I accept Alan Jackson’s request to ask myself why I want to resist and obstruct what he calls “the positive policies already bearing fruit.” My… Continue reading

Enjoys columns in Kitsap Weekly

I would like to praise Kitsap Weekly for including two wonderful columns in a recent week’s edition, namely: “The movies of the atomic age” …… Continue reading

Poulsbo affordable housing — not quite

A recent story on families moving into their new homes in the Summerset new-home project ends with the tag quote from Poulsbo Mayor Becky Erickson:… Continue reading

A community that takes care of each other

Each year, the team at Fishline becomes witness to a remarkable phenomenon. When the talk turns to the holidays, our community galvanizes in a way… Continue reading

Letters writer would do more good by helping

In a recent letter to the editor entitled “Social justice event strayed from its mission,” Mick Sheldon wrote disparagingly of the recent county human rights… Continue reading

Proud to be a finger on the hand

Thank you for taking the time to visit us at the Kingston Food Bank. I can only hope your publication reached many residents who may… Continue reading

Changes needed in Kingston football program

Changes needed in Kingston football program

After the 2017 season: Kingston 0-9. Average score per game: Kingston 7, opponents 46. What has happened to our football program? Kingston is a proud… Continue reading

Changes needed in Kingston football program
Jagodzinske thanks community for support

Jagodzinske thanks community for support

Thank you to all of you who voted for and supported me in the school board election. I greatly appreciate it! I certainly wish I… Continue reading

Jagodzinske thanks community for support
New future for Poulsbo Cemetery

New future for Poulsbo Cemetery

New future for Poulsbo Cemetery The Poulsbo Municipal Cemetery is 100 years old and is showing its age. Thanks to the City Council’s leadership and… Continue reading

New future for Poulsbo Cemetery
Positive policies are already bearing fruit

Positive policies are already bearing fruit

As expected, the bundled responses to my “shoveling tip” and “wind advice” were predictable and pulled from the DNC and Fake Media Handbook: Chapter 1.… Continue reading

Positive policies are already bearing fruit
Those hanging flower baskets are beautiful

Those hanging flower baskets are beautiful

The Community Beautification Committee would like to thank all the people and businesses that sponsor the hanging flower baskets that line our streets during the… Continue reading

Those hanging flower baskets are beautiful
We remain committed to our Central Kitsap community

We remain committed to our Central Kitsap community

Recently, the Central Kitsap Food Bank became a victim of vandalism and theft when someone cut the fuel line and stole gas from one of… Continue reading

We remain committed to our Central Kitsap community
Nov. 11-19 is Homeless Awareness Week

Nov. 11-19 is Homeless Awareness Week

As a Kitsap resident and student at Western Washington University, I wanted to give my time and talents to my community. Fishline in Poulsbo proved… Continue reading

Nov. 11-19 is Homeless Awareness Week
Vote for Beth Worthington for North Kitsap School Board

Vote for Beth Worthington for North Kitsap School Board

I’m excited to endorse and vote for Beth Worthington to be re-elected to the North Kitsap School Board. Knowing Beth for more than 20 years… Continue reading

Vote for Beth Worthington for North Kitsap School Board