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All that remains is for the City of Poulsbo to demolish the old city hall at 19050 Jensen Way, and construction will begin on the new apartments and retail spaces on the site. Getting past the rainy season is a factor,
Christen files as write-in candidate, Almond talks about the issues | North Kitsap School Board, District 2
Bruce Christen filed Oct. 6 as a write-in candidate for North Kitsap School Board. He initially decided not to run for a full term — he was appointed Nov. 5, 2014 to the District 2 position vacated by Dan Weedin, who resigned — but filed as a write-in after lone candidate Jim Almond, a real estate broker endorsed by the local Republican Party, didn’t participate in the Oct. 5 League of Women Voters candidates forum and didn’t file a candidate statement for the voters pamphlet.
Thurston County Superior Court on Oct. 9 upheld a Poulsbo man’s loss of his medical license. His attorney indicated they may appeal. “We’re working on something,” said Thomas S. Olmstead, attorney for Narinder M. Duggal, who owned and operated the now-defunct Liberty Bay Internal Medicine at Bond Road and Highway 305.
KINGSTON — The long-awaited 23,000-square-foot Village Green Community Center is beginning to show signs of a finished product. The foundation is set. The interior and exterior framing is done. Spaces for windows taller than LeBron James are everywhere — views of Appletree Cove included.
I just returned from a two-week hiking trip to England and Wales. Hiking is not a natural activity for me without golf clubs. I am the guy muttering, "I think I can, I think I can" on the trail. Yet, trekking along paths between villages travelers have crossed for thousands of years was uplifting, inspiring, invigorating, and spiritual.