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POULSBO — The annual Poulsbo Tree Lighting Ceremony and parade will take place Nov. 25 by the Viking statue at Viking Avenue and Lindvig Way.… Continue reading
POULSBO — Many people contributed to the restoration of the Poulsbo Cemetery: city Public Works employees, the Friends of Poulsbo Cemetery Committee led by City… Continue reading
Kitsap Soccer Club will hold an open tryout Jan. 28, as well as an invitation-only tryout March 4 and 5 ahead of its inaugural National… Continue reading
POULSBO — Tim Ryan Construction, Inc. (TRC) is celebrating its 60th anniversary in commercial construction. In 1957, after serving in the military, Tim Ryan started… Continue reading
POULSBO — More than 5,000 square feet of coworking space for professionals and creatives is proposed on 8th Avenue, opening in fall 2017. Alanna Imbach… Continue reading
POULSBO — The proposal to enlarge the Poulsbo Port District’s boundaries to match those of the City of Poulsbo was losing by a vote of… Continue reading
So what do we want from this election? How about personal responsibility over victimization? Let’s stop the “they made me do it ” or ”… Continue reading
The City of Poulsbo recently banned unauthorized camping. The Department of Justice has deemed the enforcement of similar laws in cities throughout the U.S. as… Continue reading
Donald Trump may have offended many, but his actions as president would never include the criminal involvement and dishonesty Hillary Clinton has concealed over many years in government
As our representative for the 23rd Legislative District, Sherry Appleton has been a determined champion for families, education and the most vulnerable members of our community ever since she was elected to the Legislature.
The port will replace the seawall and repair its boat ramp, according to Port Manager Brad Miller. The city will install a bioswale and repave with pervious (in port’s area) and impervious materials (rest of lot up the hill), he said.
The state Medical Quality Assurance Commission stripped Narinder M. Duggal of his license after investigating claims of malpractice at his now-closed Liberty Bay Internal Medicine in Poulsbo. The commission determined Duggal had been negligent in his care, overprescribed medication and made sexual advances toward a patient.