Poulsbo

Poulsbo City Council to explore downtown mixed-use zoning

Poulsbo’s City Council held a public hearing on the potential rezoning of the downtown corridor to allow for mixed-use buildings. At the public hearing during… Continue reading

 

Erickson speaks to Poulsbo’s future at Chamber luncheon

Poulsbo Mayor Becky Erickson provided updates to business leaders on projects going on in the city and greater Kitsap County at the Poulsbo Chamber of… Continue reading

 

BECU Foundation awards 80 student scholarships

Scholarships up to $3,500 awarded to students headed to college

 

Peaceful protests over shooting shuts down downtown Poulsbo streets

Stonechild Chiefstick shooting spurs Aug. 10 demonstration

New Poulsbo Rotary to serve working families in Poulsbo

The club’s first meeting is Saturday, Aug. 17

The “Thom” passes by Waterfront Park in Poulsbo. “Thom” was the winning eight in the inaugural Kitsap Invitational Masters Summer Scrimmage. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Liberty Bay hosts first-ever Kitsap Invitational Masters Summer Scrimmage

POULSBO — Liberty Bay got its first K.I.S.S. on Sunday. Boats of various sizes raced around took on the 4.8 kilometer course thanks to the… Continue reading

The “Thom” passes by Waterfront Park in Poulsbo. “Thom” was the winning eight in the inaugural Kitsap Invitational Masters Summer Scrimmage. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Masters rowing summer scrimmage to be held Sunday on Liberty Bay

The event will be hosted by the Kitsap Rowing Association

<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

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
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 receives postcards, food and mail from friends and followers at selected destinations during his trip. (Photo courtesy John Kuntz)

Man traveling length of Columbia River paddles through wildfire smoke

POULSBO — While much of western Washington was experiencing cleaner air Thursday, albeit with cloudy skies overhead, John Kuntz, the North Kitsap man traveling the… Continue reading

John Kuntz receives postcards, food and mail from friends and followers at selected destinations during his trip. (Photo courtesy John Kuntz)

Former Poulsbo police officer who allegedly stole drugs could see case dismissed

POULSBO — Stacey Lee Smaaladen, the former Poulsbo police officer caught on surveillance footage apparently stealing prescription medications from a drop box at City Hall,… Continue reading

To bee or not to bee: Insects drive play from Raab Park

POULSBO — A recorded message for the Jewel Box Theater’s information line states that the reason for a recent change of venue is attributable to… Continue reading

The making of a monster. The cask in which the Slippery Pig Brewery’s Frankenswine’s Monster was aged. Courtesy Slippery Pig Brewery.

These Poulsbo beers aren’t your typical brew

Poulsbo has become a hotbed for brewers looking to boil up new and interesting flavors for craft beer enthusiasts flocking to the Viking City. Here… Continue reading

The making of a monster. The cask in which the Slippery Pig Brewery’s Frankenswine’s Monster was aged. Courtesy Slippery Pig Brewery.

Port of Poulsbo looks to acquire free Elliott Bay Marina dock

Agreement between the port and marina in the process of being drafted

Pictured are the recently-born quintuplet goats at Smithshyre Farms. (Tyler Shuey/Kitsap News Group)

Smithshyre Farm finding new ways to market food

Tillers of the soil living on a Foss Road farm that goes back to the turn of the 19th century are now exploring new ways to market their food.

Pictured are the recently-born quintuplet goats at Smithshyre Farms. (Tyler Shuey/Kitsap News Group)

Poulsbo Police hold community meeting to discuss lewd act

On Wednesday, the Poulsbo Police Department announced an ongoing investigation into the alleged lewd incident that occurred Tuesday at Raab Park.

Hold onto your horns, the Vikings are coming to town!

Friday, May 18, Viking Fest now in its 50th year kicks off with a jammed packed weekend

Viking Tour returns for fourth year in 2018

The event provide races at three different lengths — 18, 30 and 60 miles.

SR 305 collision in Poulsbo wedges SUV in trees

POULSBO — No serious injuries were reported in a collision which sent a Toyota Sequoia into a group of trees behind a bus stop on… Continue reading

Sons of Norway Viking Fest Luncheon to be held on Wednesday, May 16

POULSBO — This year’s Viking Fest luncheon at the Sons of Norway will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Wednesday, May 16.… Continue reading