North Kitsap

NK restaurants still providing delivery and takeout

Following an announcement by Gov. Jay Inslee earlier this week banning dine-in service at Washington restaurants and bars for two weeks, many Kitsap County dining… Continue reading

 

Fishline in need of donations, volunteers during COVID-19 pandemic

POULSBO — In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and emergency measures being taken statewide, Fishline will be operating with modified services beginning Monday. Client services… Continue reading

 

Hood Canal bridge reopened after brief closure due to high winds

Motorists advised to use alternate routes

 

Jim Powell, Sr.

Feb. 11, 1941 - Dec. 20, 2019

Kim Planck

Sept. 2, 1959 – Dec. 21, 2019

Leading North Kitsap candidates emerge after first tally of votes

As the first round of votes across Kitsap County were tallied Tuesday evening, some clear leaders in North Kitsap races emerged. Contested candidate races: In… Continue reading

League of Women Voters hosts candidate night for North Kitsap voters

The League of Women Voters Kitsap hosted a candidate forum at Poulsbo City Hall Monday evening, offering folks a chance to ask questions of the… Continue reading

League of Women Voters hosts candidate night for North Kitsap voters

League of Women Voters Kitsap will be hosting a candidate forum at Poulsbo City Hall tonight at 5:30 p.m. The candidates will include eight individuals… Continue reading

Businesses and groups vie for Poulsbo lodging tax money

On Wednesday, Sept. 4, businesses and nonprofit groups, who applied for grants funded through the city’s Lodging Tax gave presentations to the Poulsbo Lodging Tax… Continue reading

<strong><em>Left: </em></strong><em>Local residents were given a chance to weigh in on the Moon landing in “Man on the Street” interviews. </em><strong><em></em></strong>
                                <strong><em>Right</em></strong><em>: The opinion page from the July 23, 1969 edition of the Kitsap County Herald features an editorial by then-editor and publisher David Averill asking why we can put a man on the Moon, but can’t get a bus from Seattle to Poulsbo or vice versa.</em>
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A look back: The Kitsap County Herald reacts to the Moon landing

The 50th anniversary of the Moon landing is Saturday, July 20

<strong><em>Left: </em></strong><em>Local residents were given a chance to weigh in on the Moon landing in “Man on the Street” interviews. </em><strong><em></em></strong>
                                <strong><em>Right</em></strong><em>: The opinion page from the July 23, 1969 edition of the Kitsap County Herald features an editorial by then-editor and publisher David Averill asking why we can put a man on the Moon, but can’t get a bus from Seattle to Poulsbo or vice versa.</em>
                                 Kitsap Regional Library archives
North Kitsap Little League All-Star Kendall Becker slides into third with a triple against Redmond. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
North Kitsap Little League All-Star Kendall Becker slides into third with a triple against Redmond. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Middle school volleyball camp opens next week at NKHS

Volleyball camp for those girls who will be fifth through eighth graders opens next week in the North Kitsap main gym. The camp takes place… Continue reading

Colton Bower looks downfield for a target in Wednesday’s scrimmage against Central Kitsap. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

New faces lead North Kitsap, Central Kitsap at spring scrimmage

POULSBO — The calendar may read June, but autumn was in the air on a cool, cloudy and damp Wednesday night at North Kitsap as… Continue reading

Colton Bower looks downfield for a target in Wednesday’s scrimmage against Central Kitsap. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Six Kitsap golfers qualify for 2A state tournament

SEQUIM — Two boys and four girls golfers from Kitsap qualified for the state tournament, and a whole host of others qualified for the district… Continue reading

Muriel Iverson Williams Waterfront Park in Poulsbo was covered in snow. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Snowstorm blankets Kitsap County

Accumulations from the weekend storm have already reached 11 inches in some places, and there is more on the way

Muriel Iverson Williams Waterfront Park in Poulsbo was covered in snow. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
John Kuntz celebrates the completion of the Source to the Sea journey on the coast of Oregon. (Photo courtesy John Kuntz)

After paddling the entirety of the Columbia River, John Kuntz is home

PORT GAMBLE — These days, John Kuntz is back at home, back at his store, back to his everyday life. But he still dreams of… Continue reading

John Kuntz celebrates the completion of the Source to the Sea journey on the coast of Oregon. (Photo courtesy John Kuntz)

North Kitsap High grad interns in Congress

North Kitsap High School graduate Anisa Ashabi just completed her internship in Washington D.C.

Junior pitcher Isaac Richardson tosses a pitch in his team’s game against Fife on May 12. He gave up just three earned runs. Mark Krulish | Kitsap Daily News

North Kitsap defeats PA, loses to Fife to get No. 2 district seed

The Vikings will play in the regional round of the state playoffs this weekend in Centralia

Junior pitcher Isaac Richardson tosses a pitch in his team’s game against Fife on May 12. He gave up just three earned runs. Mark Krulish | Kitsap Daily News