Poulsbo

Poulsbo brothers raise money for Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital

There is a lot of news out there about kids and lemonade stands, but this one is sure to warm your heart. For the last… Continue reading

Poulsbo Police drone captures burglary in progress

One suspect was arrested after being caught in the act of a burglary at Advanced Sales and Rentals on Viking Avenue by a Poulsbo Police… Continue reading

City to focus on pedestrian safety along Fjord and Lemolo

Poulsbo City Council voted unanimously to approve a consultant contract and budget amendment to start planning pedestrian safety improvements along Fjord Drive and Lemolo Shore… Continue reading

Businesses and groups vie for Poulsbo lodging tax money

On Wednesday, Sept. 4, businesses and nonprofit groups, who applied for grants funded through the city’s Lodging Tax gave presentations to the Poulsbo Lodging Tax… Continue reading

Jump in your jalopy for Poulsbo’s Viking City Car Show

This Saturday, Sept. 7 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Front Street in Poulsbo will travel back in time with its first-ever classic car and… Continue reading

Poulsbo PD searching for missing man

The Poulsbo Police Department is seeking the community’s help in searching for a missing man, 40-year-old Daniel Yates. Yates, of Everett, is described as a… Continue reading

The cast of Jewel Box Theatre’s production of “The Fantasticks” is ready to welcome audiences on Sept. 20. (photo courtesy Jewel Box Theatre)

Jewel Box Theater kicks off its new season with loads of laughs

Poulsbo’s Jewel Box Theatre will be kicking off its 2019-2020 season with two comedic shows starting Sept. 7. The first show is an improvisational comedy… Continue reading

The cast of Jewel Box Theatre’s production of “The Fantasticks” is ready to welcome audiences on Sept. 20. (photo courtesy Jewel Box Theatre)

Bands vie for a spot in Kitsap Battle of the Bands finale

The final three bands of the summer-long competition performed at the Manette Saloon Saturday

Man arrested after allegedly firing at Silverdale street sign

Gunshots also hit a house on Old Frontier Road NW which was directly in the sightline of the sign

Poulsbo Community Orchestra to host BBQ fundraiser

The fundraiser is set for Sept. 7

NKSD exploring ways to boost enrollment

In 2017-2018, 505 students were released to other school districts while 145 entered NKSD

Poulsbo Piranhas swimmer James Correll gets ready at the starting blocks. (Photo courtesy Erika VanHuis)
Poulsbo Piranhas swimmer James Correll gets ready at the starting blocks. (Photo courtesy Erika VanHuis)

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>
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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