Poulsbo

City Public Works employee Tom Barnes holds up a clog caused by “flushable” wipes from one of Poulsbo’s nine lift stations. (Photo courtesy of Mike Lund)

“Flushable” wipes causing clogs and chaos in Poulsbo

POULSBO — With a higher number of people staying home and a shortage of toilet paper gripping the area, public works crews are spending extra… 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

 

Poulsbo Chamber of Commerce offices to close through March

POULSBO — The Poulsbo Chamber of Commerce has decided to close due to the events surrounding COVID-19. The chamber will be closed beginning March 16… Continue reading

 

Poulsbo City Hall to suspend some services through April

POULSBO — City hall announced Friday that it is suspending certain services through the end of April due to the COVID-19 outbreak in Washington state.… Continue reading

Drowning victim recovered from Liberty Bay Thursday morning

Police: no evidence of foul play, appears to be accidental

Exercising with ale: Poulsbo’s 2020 Beer Run is Saturday

Route features six local breweries to stop at and drink a nine-ounce beer

Central Market implementing safety measures amid COVID-19 concerns

Supermarket to limit some low-quantity items to two per customer

Washington lifts flavored vape ban, but for how long?

Despite the lifting of the temporary flavored vape ban on Feb. 3, vapor product shops across the state are cautious to celebrate as a legislative… Continue reading

Poulsbo Library to close until June

The Poulsbo branch of the Kitsap Regional Library is set to close temporarily from March 9- May 31. According to a press release from branch… Continue reading

Dr. Berit Madsen, Dr. Faroush Abar, Dr. Jennie Crews, Poulsbo Mayor Becky Erickson, Miss Poulsbo Minako Todd and SCCA Vice President Aaron Crane pose for a photo during a ribbon cutting ceremony for the SCCA’s recently expanded clinic in Poulsbo. Ken Park / Kitsap News Group.
                                Dr. Berit Madsen, Dr. Faroush Abar, Dr. Jennie Crews, Poulsbo Mayor Becky Erickson, Miss Poulsbo Minako Todd and SCCA Vice President Aaron Crane pose for a photo during a ribbon cutting ceremony for the SCCA’s recently expanded clinic in Poulsbo. Ken Park / Kitsap News Group.

Seattle Cancer Care Alliance celebrates expansion of Poulsbo clinic

Seattle Cancer Care Alliance celebrated the expansion of its Poulsbo oncology clinic with an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony at the Peninsula Medical Building… Continue reading

Dr. Berit Madsen, Dr. Faroush Abar, Dr. Jennie Crews, Poulsbo Mayor Becky Erickson, Miss Poulsbo Minako Todd and SCCA Vice President Aaron Crane pose for a photo during a ribbon cutting ceremony for the SCCA’s recently expanded clinic in Poulsbo. Ken Park / Kitsap News Group.
                                Dr. Berit Madsen, Dr. Faroush Abar, Dr. Jennie Crews, Poulsbo Mayor Becky Erickson, Miss Poulsbo Minako Todd and SCCA Vice President Aaron Crane pose for a photo during a ribbon cutting ceremony for the SCCA’s recently expanded clinic in Poulsbo. Ken Park / Kitsap News Group.
Chris Quinn has taken over as Poulsbo Fire Commissioner following the retirement of Conrad Green. (Poulsbo Fire)

Quinn takes over for Green as Poulsbo fire commissioner

Newly elected Poulsbo Fire Commissioner Chris Quinn has officially taken over following the retirement of Commissioner Conrad Green. Quinn is a Navy veteran that earned… Continue reading

Chris Quinn has taken over as Poulsbo Fire Commissioner following the retirement of Conrad Green. (Poulsbo Fire)

NKSD votes to restrict transfers to certain schools

As the population of the North Kitsap School District grows, the harder it is becoming to accommodate new and transfer students. The district has recently… Continue reading

Jersey Mike’s had a busy opening week often with lines out the door. (Kitsap Daily News)

Jersey Mike’s opens in Poulsbo with hit promotion for NKHS

All the way from the shores of New Jersey to the shores of Liberty Bay comes Jersey Mike’s Subs. Jersey Mike’s began as a mom… Continue reading

Jersey Mike’s had a busy opening week often with lines out the door. (Kitsap Daily News)

Suspect arrested after breaking into several Poulsbo homes

Marcus E. Blum’s bail listed at $250,000.

New ownership takes the reins at Liberty Bay Books

Book lovers in Poulsbo can put down their pitchforks, Liberty Bay Books isn’t going anywhere, it will continue operating under new ownership. Suzanne Droppert, who… Continue reading

Frosty Winterfest 2020 (courtesy of Port of Poulsbo)

Frosty Winterfest is sure to warm up your weekend

Beat the wintery cold this coming weekend as the Port of Poulsbo kicks off Frosty Winterfest 2020. The weekend-long event offers a buy-one-get-one deal on… Continue reading

Frosty Winterfest 2020 (courtesy of Port of Poulsbo)

Martha & Mary using gardening for therapy with Eldergrow program

Martha & Mary Health and Rehab Center, has partnered with a Seattle-based company called Eldergrow to bring a mobile sensory garden and indoor therapeutic horticulture… Continue reading

Tukwila man faces $50,000 bail for alleged burglary in Poulsbo

Kitsap County Sheriff Deputies were dispatched to a burglary in progress in the early morning of Jan. 24 in Poulsbo. When Deputies arrived, a suspect,… Continue reading

Local private school will study Kitsap Lake algae blooms

School project looks to prevent recurrent algal blooms at Kitsap Lake

Kitsap County Technical Rescue Team works feverishly to save two people trapped in their overturned vehicle after it drove off a 40 foot cliff. Fire Captain Jeran McCormick, Navy Region NW

Responders pull woman and son from vehicle after 40-foot fall

The Poulsbo Fire Department had to call in a specialized rescue team to save an elderly woman and her handicapped son, when their vehicle had… Continue reading

Kitsap County Technical Rescue Team works feverishly to save two people trapped in their overturned vehicle after it drove off a 40 foot cliff. Fire Captain Jeran McCormick, Navy Region NW