North Kitsap School District

North Kitsap and Kingston both qualified for the state tournament, but lost in the first round. (File photo: Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

North Kitsap, Kingston, end successful seasons at state tournament

LACEY — Although neither North Kitsap nor Kingston came away with any hardware at the state volleyball tournament, which took place Nov. 10-11 at St.… Continue reading

North Kitsap and Kingston both qualified for the state tournament, but lost in the first round. (File photo: Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

North Kitsap Herald endorses … | In Our Opinion

The North Kitsap Herald endorses the following candidates in the Nov. 7 general election. Mayor of Poulsbo: Becky Erickson. No question, Erickson is the better… Continue reading

Supports Lockwood for North Kitsap School Board

I support Dick Lockwood for North Kitsap School Board. Dick Lockwood understands that the school board works for us and the superintendent works for the… Continue reading

Support Jagodzinske for North Kitsap School Board

We are writing this letter on behalf of Daron Jagodzinske, who is running for North Kitsap School Board. Scott and I are graduates of North… Continue reading

Former North Kitsap High School teacher awaits trial for sexual misconduct with a minor

POULSBO — A North Kitsap School District employee is charged with sexual misconduct with a minor and is awaiting trial, the North Kitsap School District… Continue reading

North Kitsap School Board: Worthington, Lockwood advance to general election

POULSBO — April Ferguson ran hard for North Kitsap School Board District 3 — literally ran. While campaigning in the Breidablik neighborhood, she jogged rather… Continue reading

American Legion hopes essay contest will build better citizens

Five Poulsbo Middle School eighth-graders honored for their compelling essays on the Constitution

Webster-Martinson said she may run for office again in the future

Only Native American in elected office outside of Tribal government in Kitsap County

North Kitsap High School’s Tonja Smith will retire as one of top school employees in state

POULSBO — There’s something about retiring on a high note. Denver Broncos quarterback John Elway capped his career with a second consecutive Super Bowl championship.… Continue reading

‘The running makes the music’: Vinland music teacher runs the Boston Marathon

POULSBO — Larry Orando, music teacher at Vinland Elementary School, finds musical inspiration in Bach’s “The Art of Fugue” and “Brandenburg Concertos” and enjoys the… Continue reading

Apply now for Aloha Wright project grants

KINGSTON — Kingston Garden Club invites applications for the annual Aloha Wright Educational and Special Projects Grants. The grants support knowledge of gardening, as well… Continue reading

High school students can earn college degree, diploma at same time

BREMERTON — With the price of secondary education going up every year, students can use any advantage they can get. Olympic College’s Running Start program… Continue reading

Dr. Laurynn Evans selected as North Kitsap School District superintendent

POULSBO — The North Kitsap School Board unanimously selected Dr. Laurynn Evans as the new superintendent of the North Kitsap School District, March 16. Evans’… Continue reading

North Kitsap School Board scheduled to select, announce new superintendent March 16

POULSBO — North Kitsap School District residents could learn who their new superintendent of schools is on March 16. The school board is scheduled to… Continue reading

Homeless students: 40,000 attending public schools in state

OLYMPIA — Nearly every student experiences struggles at school, but almost 40,000 students in Washington face even stiffer challenges when the school day ends. These… Continue reading

Wolfle music teacher named ‘outstanding educator’

KINGSTON — Wolfle Elementary School music teacher Michael McCurdy remembers his first days as a music teacher. “I had to pull over in the mornings… Continue reading