Brianna and Nick Strand are taking the annual Great Strides Walkathon for Cystic Fibrosis to the next level. This year's walk is June 1 at 10 a.m., but the Strands have added even more activities for participants before the walk, so show up early.
Poulsbo Police Officer Ricki Sabado is on paid administrative leave while the department investigates his wife’s alleged DUI crash and his son’s alleged trafficking in stolen property.
Poulsbo Police say a second-grade boy, either 7 or 8 years old, admitted starting fires at Poulsbo Elementary School Tuesday and Wednesday.
Poulsbo Elementary School was evacuated Wednesday for the second time in two days, after a student noticed a couch in the school's library was on fire.
For the 45th year, lovers of Scandinavian culture celebrated Viking Fest, founded to celebrate Norwegian Constitution Day.
A fire contained to a garbage can in a boys bathroom at Poulsbo Elementary School forced students and staff to evacuate May 21.
Washington Attorney General and Secretary of State warn against scams
A Port Angeles man was killed and three people, including a Poulsbo man, were injured in a three-car collision on Highway 101 eight miles west of Sequim, Monday morning. The cause of the crash was under investigation Tuesday, Washington State Patrol reported.
UPDATED: One Bremerton man died and another Bremerton man was injured and arrested for vehicular homicide, following a one-car collision near the 12500 block of Central Valley Road NW in the early hours of May 17.
Gov. Jay Inslee signed legislation Monday that helps reduce taxpayer burden by strengthening the state’s Derelict Vessel Removal Program.
Barring a challenge from a write-in candidate, Poulsbo Mayor Becky Erickson is unopposed for a second term as the Viking City’s chief executive officer. As mayor, Erickson is paid $68,991 a year. The candidate filing period for the Aug. 6 primary closed Friday.
A Bainbridge Island man faces several charges after a chance encounter with a Kitsap County Sheriff’s deputy landed him in jail.
45th annual Viking Fest, presented by Safeway, at Muriel Iverson Williams Waterfront Park, Anderson Parkway, and King Olav Parking Lot in downtown Poulsbo
Kim Nesselquist, Norway’s consul in Washington and Idaho, is grand marshal of the 2013 Viking Fest Parade.
Two groups were crucial to the founding of Poulsbo — the Norwegian settlers who immigrated, and the ancestral people of the Suquamish Tribe, according to Viking Fest organizer Ron Krell.
It’s easy to consider backing out from trying the white fish when there is nothing between someone preparing to eat it but a plastic fork and free will. But I’m not one to back away from trying a new food easily. So I dug in.
It’s not just the entertainment from the B.R.A.T.S. that North Kitsap Senior Center President Norman Bates will remember about the program’s annual visit.
Two nonagenarians share memories of growing up in 1930s Little Norway
Viking Fest will have a new event on Sunday: A Message-In-A-Bottle Race, identical in concept to the yellow duck race held in Silverdale during Whaling Days.
A new book about Poulsbo makes it possible for you to hold in your hands more than 200 images from Poulsbo’s past.