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North Kitsap Fire & Rescue and the Poulsbo Fire Department are both looking to renew emergency services levies this November. Photo courtesy NKF&R

NKF&R and Poulsbo Fire seeking to continue EMS Levies

Two of Kitsap County’s six public fire departments are asking voters to renew the long-standing property tax that provides funding for the area’s emergency medical… Continue reading

 

Lost boater prompts hefty response on Liberty Bay

Multiple agencies, including a Coast Guard helicopter, responded to the report

 

Extension cord sparks vehicle fire, threatens home with sleeping family

An older pickup truck on Little Boston Road was destroyed by flames Thursday that firefighters believe was started by an extension cord. Thanks to passersby… Continue reading

 

Former Kitsap Firefighter receives new heart after years of giving to community

PORT TOWNSEND — When there is an emergency, calling 9-1-1 is what we instinctively do. Within minutes, assistance is on its way to help, whether… Continue reading

NKF&R settles lawsuit in July 4, 2014 fatal crash

KINGSTON – North Kitsap Fire & Rescue’s insurer has reached a settlement with the family of Jason Foster, who was killed on July 4, 2014… Continue reading

NKF&R will appeal $9.5 million award in negligence lawsuit

The following letter was published on the North Kitsap Fire & Rescue website. To the people we serve: On May 18, a King County Superior… Continue reading

Looking for an excuse to get involved and learn about safety in North Kitsap? | NKF&R News

Looking for an excuse to get involved and learn about safety in North Kitsap? Here are a few options to increase your awareness and become… Continue reading

Jury awards $9.5 million to family of man killed in crash with NKF&R engine

Jury awards $9.5 million to family of man killed in crash with NKF&R engine

Road closure may affect emergency services | NKF&R News

Kitsap County’s work on West Kingston Road is expected to begin sometime in April. During the project, the road will be completely closed for an… Continue reading