North Kitsap

Newsmakers

Law enforcement, cities honor Rep. Hansen OLYMPIA — The Washington Council of Police and Sheriffs recently named Rep. Drew Hansen, D-Bainbridge Island, one of their… Continue reading

Community rallies to create field for Kingston Youth Sports

Community rallies to create field for Kingston Youth Sports

KINGSTON — Kingston residents are known to pull together to create a miracle (think Village Green Community Center). So when the board members of the… Continue reading

Community rallies to create field for Kingston Youth Sports

Download the book, “How to Parent a Genius” for free Feb. 21

KINGSTON — Kingston Middle School is offering a free promotion to access author Pat Quinn’s new book, “How to Parent a Genius: Raising Kids that… Continue reading

North Kitsap senior Kainen Warren breaks through for a shot during a game against Lindbergh Feb. 15. (Harry McConnell / Contributed)

Strong post-season for KHS, NKHS

POULSBO — Teams from North Kitsap and Kingston high schools are advancing from district tournaments to vie for state titles. Here’s a recap of how… Continue reading

North Kitsap senior Kainen Warren breaks through for a shot during a game against Lindbergh Feb. 15. (Harry McConnell / Contributed)
Blue Water Inn owners ponder their future after fire

Blue Water Inn owners ponder their future after fire

KINGSTON — It’s 10 a.m. Feb. 10 and on this rain- and wind-lashed morning, Sheila and Harvey Powar, owners of the Blue Water Inn, are… Continue reading

Blue Water Inn owners ponder their future after fire
Snow-covered trees in Poulsbo Feb. 6. (Sophie Bonomi / Kitsap Daily News)

A wintry, snowy day in North Kitsap | Photos

POULSBO — Snow covered North Kitsap in a white blanket Feb. 6. Here are a few scenic shots from the day. Do you have any… Continue reading

Snow-covered trees in Poulsbo Feb. 6. (Sophie Bonomi / Kitsap Daily News)
Annelise Pardee prepares to perform a front hip circle on the low bar during the team’s Port Angeles quad meet Jan. 16. Sheila Moore / Submitted

Athletes prep for the playoffs

POULSBO — It’s hard to believe the 2017 winter sports season is already coming to a close. But Kingston and North Kitsap teams aren’t quite… Continue reading

Annelise Pardee prepares to perform a front hip circle on the low bar during the team’s Port Angeles quad meet Jan. 16. Sheila Moore / Submitted

Two new elementary school principals in North Kitsap district

POULSBO — Poulsbo and Suquamish elementary schools will have new principals beginning the 2017-18 school year. Gwen Lyon, current interim principal at Suquamish Elementary, will… Continue reading

What if everyone in Kitsap read the same book? | Check it Out

Join the “One Book, One Community” read and take part in opportunities to discuss, learn and connect. This year’s book, “A Sudden Light” by Garth… Continue reading

Group engages in ‘civil informationing’ in support of Women’s March

Group engages in ‘civil informationing’ in support of Women’s March

By terryl asla Kitsap News Group KINGSTON— Some 60 women, children and men gathered in the rain with their signs Jan. 21 at the busy… Continue reading

Group engages in ‘civil informationing’ in support of Women’s March
Jim Shields named Person of the Year; KCMT named Organization of the Year

Jim Shields named Person of the Year; KCMT named Organization of the Year

From left, Glenn Anderson and Todd Tidball channeled Ed and Johnny for the “Poulsbo Chamber Tonight Show.” Photos by Terryl Asla/Kitsap News Group SUQUAMISH —… Continue reading

Jim Shields named Person of the Year; KCMT named Organization of the Year

Kitsap Soccer Club finalizes 2017 technical staff

BREMERTON, Wash. — Kitsap Soccer Club has finalized the technical staff that will lead the team in 2017. Head coach Cameron MacDonald returns, as does… Continue reading

Positive attitude is the secret to success | Between the Lines

Half of the people who make New Year’s resolutions have given up on them by the end of June, according to activepause.com. The top three… Continue reading

Goings-on in our Navy town | Military Briefing

Goings-on in our Navy town | Military Briefing

Free showing of “SING” for military and their families Jan. 7 The film “SING” (PG) will start at 9 a.m., Jan. 7 at the Seefilm… Continue reading

Goings-on in our Navy town | Military Briefing

One hospitalized after house fire

HANSVILLE – A 26 year-old man was hospitalized and a family displaced after a fire caused significant damage to a home in this community’s Shorewoods… Continue reading

32 years of giving to ShareNet | Holiday Hearts

32 years of giving to ShareNet | Holiday Hearts

POULSBO — The Sons of Norway in Poulsbo donated $6,200 to ShareNet on Dec. 16. But that’s only part of the story. The lodge has… Continue reading

32 years of giving to ShareNet | Holiday Hearts
Roofer says donors to local fund ‘literally saved our lives’

Roofer says donors to local fund ‘literally saved our lives’

POULSBO — Norman Butler was a roof layer for years, working job to job to support his four children. “I worked when I could,” he… Continue reading

Roofer says donors to local fund ‘literally saved our lives’
Poulsbo Lions Raab Foundation Bellringer Fund: Making a difference in local lives

Poulsbo Lions Raab Foundation Bellringer Fund: Making a difference in local lives

POULSBO — Shannon Miller has been a single mother raising her two children alone for the past six years. The road for her family isn’t… Continue reading

Poulsbo Lions Raab Foundation Bellringer Fund: Making a difference in local lives
Jeremy Robinson and his wife Karli. Robinson is the new Poulsbo Community Services Officer. He was sworn in at the Dec. 14 Poulsbo City Council meeting.

New police officer — and new biennial city budget —for Poulsbo

City Council welcomes new officer and his wife, approves budget and comprehensive plan at Dec. 14 meeting.

Jeremy Robinson and his wife Karli. Robinson is the new Poulsbo Community Services Officer. He was sworn in at the Dec. 14 Poulsbo City Council meeting.