North Kitsap

Coroner awaits toxicology results before releasing cause, manner of Suquamish woman’s death

LITTLE BOSTON — A funeral is scheduled for April 22 at the House of Awakened Culture for Jessica Santos, whose body was found on April… Continue reading

Casual gallery with a working studio space: Poulsbo’s Artist’s Edge introduces new direction with ‘H20’ exhibit

Casual gallery with a working studio space: Poulsbo’s Artist’s Edge introduces new direction with ‘H20’ exhibit

POULSBO — From custom frames to cobalt blue, the little art supply and custom frame shop off Hwy 305 (18723 Highway 305) has been a… Continue reading

Casual gallery with a working studio space: Poulsbo’s Artist’s Edge introduces new direction with ‘H20’ exhibit
Detail from the 2017 Viking Fest logo designed by Keith Lyon of Northwest College of Art & Design.

Miss Viking Fest contestants will bring historic figures from 1920s back to life

Vying for $1,500, and a year in the spotlight to call attention to a cause

Detail from the 2017 Viking Fest logo designed by Keith Lyon of Northwest College of Art & Design.

Kitsap Soccer Club signs seven for upcoming season

BREMERTON — Kitsap Soccer Club signed seven players last week to continue filling out the team’s 2017 National Premier League roster. KSC signed attacking midfielder… Continue reading

Autopsy being conducted on body of woman found on S’Klallam reservation

LITTLE BOSTON — An autopsy was being conducted today on the body of a 23-year-old Suquamish woman whose body was found in a densely-wooded area… Continue reading

Jonathon T. Ipock

Coroner: Diver’s 2015 death was accidental

PORT GAMBLE — A diver who died while working on eelgrass restoration associated with the Port Gamble nearshore cleanup project drowned when he got caught… Continue reading

Jonathon T. Ipock
Detail from the winning logo by Keith Lyon of Northwest College of Art & Design.

Lyon wins 2017 Viking Fest logo contest

POULSBO — Keith Lyon, a student at Northwest College of Art & Design, is the winner of the 2017 Viking Fest logo contest. For the… Continue reading

Detail from the winning logo by Keith Lyon of Northwest College of Art & Design.
The Kitsap County Public Works Department purchased two automated flagger assistance devices for $34,000. The devices are supposed to increase safety for public works employees, and increase efficiency throughout the department.                                Michelle Beahm / Kitsap News Group

County purchases flagger devices to increase safety, efficiency in public works

BREMERTON — Kitsap County has purchased a new tool to help improve safety in construction zones. The county recently purchased two automated flagger assistance devices… Continue reading

The Kitsap County Public Works Department purchased two automated flagger assistance devices for $34,000. The devices are supposed to increase safety for public works employees, and increase efficiency throughout the department.                                Michelle Beahm / Kitsap News Group

More Tribal governments considering cannabis operations

‘We’d much prefer selling clams and selling fish, but this is the hand we’ve been dealt’

Students in Rebecca Garrett’s second-grade class “hang loose” as they raise money for their peer, Koko, during their month-long lesson on empathy. Rebecca Garrett/Contributed

‘Our hearts are overflowing with love’

SUQUAMISH — There was an important lesson taught at Suquamish Elementary School in March. No, it wasn’t cursive, reading or arithmetic, though those are important… Continue reading

Students in Rebecca Garrett’s second-grade class “hang loose” as they raise money for their peer, Koko, during their month-long lesson on empathy. Rebecca Garrett/Contributed
Volunteers wanted for community garden
Volunteers wanted for community garden

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

‘Nap Tyme,’ the driverless boat | FerryFare

‘Nap Tyme,’ the driverless boat | FerryFare

“Nap Tyme” was aptly named as she cruised through Dalco Passage (Tacoma Narrows) on auto pilot with her skipper down below. Like the “Little Engine… Continue reading

‘Nap Tyme,’ the driverless boat | FerryFare

Still Waters run deep | Choices for the Future

“still waters run deep” — proverb: a quiet or placid manner may conceal a more passionate nature. Very soon, the second phase of the Carpenter… Continue reading

Become a ‘wildlife champion’ as a habitat steward

BREMERTON — Being a habitat steward means being a “wildlife champion.” Sarab Bruemmer, Washington Habitat Steward Program coordinator, said the Habitat Steward program began in… Continue reading

Nature’s wonders close to home | Hansville Happenings

Nature’s wonders close to home | Hansville Happenings

The weather is fine, the earth is showing signs of new life, it’s time to go outside and take a look around. Strange things were… Continue reading

Nature’s wonders close to home | Hansville Happenings

Kiwanis gearing up for a busy spring and summer | Kington Kiwanis

The Greater Kingston Kiwanis Club is gearing up for a busy spring and summer, and we are excited and ready. There will be a food… Continue reading

Chevy Stevens, author of ‘Thrillers’, visits Kingston | Check It Out

Chevy Stevens, author of ‘Thrillers’, visits Kingston | Check It Out

Although Spring is coming, we have plenty of those rainy days left, which are perfect for watching a film, listening to a story or music,… Continue reading

Chevy Stevens, author of ‘Thrillers’, visits Kingston | Check It Out

S’Klallam Tribe removes former gun club building

LITTLE BOSTON — The Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe has removed the former gun club building from its trust land on the corner of Hansville Road… Continue reading