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"Courtesy Photo Formed in 1961, Preservation Hall Jazz Band debuts its Creole Christmas show at the Admiral. "
A steady stream of donations has the Bellringer Fund growing quickly as the community reaches out to less fortunate neighbors.
Joe Irwin/ Staff Photo Dawn Nelson lends a hand to Cassidy Balkus while she happily decorates a Christmas wreath at Jones Tree Farms in Poulsbo. The Sawdust Hill location was one of many that experienced huge crowds last weekend as the sun made a long-overdue stop in the area.
"Courtesy Photo Will Fenton, shown here pitching for a summer team, will head for the University of Washington next fall. "
Joe Irwin/Staff Photo Highway 305 will be getting a major facelift in 2002 when widening work is scheduled to begin. The plan to add two HOV lanes is not without its issues though as officials from the City of Poulsbo and the state Department of Transportation are discovering. Wheels still turning on Hwy 305 widening project
Courtesy Photo Gloria Lobberegt of Hansville was critically injured in this Lincoln Road accident on Thursday.
Sixth-grader Matthew Mittlestadt gives lutefisk a taste during class at Poulsbo Elementary.
"Joe Irwin/Staff Photo North Kitsap Herald front office staffers Laura Lanum, Renee Leonhardt and Shonne Heustis found themselves in fuzzy surroundings this week after the Teddy Bear Coalition made an unscheduled but welcome visit along with 48 of their close friends. The anonymous group gave the NK Toy Drive a pleasant lift and will help bring holiday cheer to all the good little boys and girls of the region. "
"Trevor Pyle/staff photo The North Kitsap High School plant sale will continue through next week. The FFA and horticulture programs helped raise over 1,000 plants for the sale. "
"Jim Bryant/ Staff Photo Watson's show also features his textured relief landscape paintings, this one depicting an Eastern Washington terrain. "
"SUQUAMISH - Suquamish Tribal members circulating a petition for the removal of two Suquamish Tribal Council members are nearing their goal of gathering signatures from 25 percent of tribal members, organizers said Monday. "
Thank You! Jerry and Janet Deardorff $50 Helene and Bill Schmidt $100
"2001 EDC budget request is ten times higher than amount for this year. POULSBO - How much should Poulsbo be paying to promote itself in 2001? It depends on who you ask. But no matter how you slice the city's budget for next year, one piece seems to stick out above the rest - new programs proposed by the Legislative body. "
"Navy officials are investigating a possible sabotage attempt on board the Trident submarine USS Alaska currently undergoing a backfit conversion overhaul at PSNS. Damaged equipment, possibly severed electrical cables, were discovered on board the submarine late last summer. But Navy officials will not reveal the exact nature of the damage according to PSNS PAO Mary Ann Mascianica. "
EDS staffers put a fine coat on new library basement.
POULSBO - Sharing Trees will once again be taking root at Bank of America and Frontier Bank on Jensen Way this holiday season - and if all goes as planned - the spirit of Christmas will grow as a result.
"While staying true to the classic 1947 holiday film, the stage musical version of Miracle on 34th Street'' makes contemporary references to Christina Aguilera, X-Men, N'Sync, rap, A Christmas Story'' and Home Alone.'' "
New location helps team grow. Trevor Pyle/Staff Photo Annie Atkinson takes a spin on the Trek Gymnastics balance beam during gymastics practice. Atkinson is the most experienced member of this year's NKHS gymnastics team.
"Team beats Bainbridge, 46-8. "
New massage therapist helps clients' bodies and minds.