MARYSVILLE — The shooter and one of his victims died Oct. 24 when a freshman opened fire in the Marysville-Pilchuck High School cafeteria at 10:39 a.m.
The four remaining North Kitsap School Board directors were split over whether Cindy Webster-Martinson or Scott Henden should be the board president. So on Oct. 23, they elected Bill Webb at the board meeting at Wolfle Elementary School.
Suquamish Tribe Chairman Leonard Forsman was among the U.S. Tribal leaders to testify this week in Canada against a proposed pipeline expansion that could increase the number of oil tankers in the Salish Sea.
Poulsbo’s Economic Development Committee took on the anticipated issue of allowing more liveaboards at the Port of Poulsbo Marina on Oct. 22, and handed the matter to the city planning department.
The boathouse that drifted in Liberty Bay Oct. 20 may have been the talk of local marinas that day, but the incident is the latest in a saga involving the Port of Poulsbo and its attempt to evict a tenant.
CHI Franciscan Health announced Oct. 16 that David Schultz has been named the new president for Harrison Medical Center. Schultz has been serving as executive vice president and chief operating officer at Overlake Medical Center, a 349-bed hospital located in Bellevue. He will start Dec. 15.
Candidates said they supported restoring funding to caregiver programs
A 25-minute-long lockdown at three Central Kitsap schools today has been lifted after law enforcement determined a gun threat was unsubstantiated.
This is part of a series of Q&As with candidates for local office in the Nov. 4 general election. This Q&A: Paul Andrews and Phil Cook, candidates for Kitsap County assessor. The assessor is elected for a four-year term and receives an annual salary of $112,216 and benefits.
The city would like an outside organization to take over management of the site and operate it for recreational use. The city will lease the land at $1 per year.
The topic of juvenile sex trafficking is slated for a community discussion on Nov. 4, 4:30-8 p.m. at the WEA Olympic Uniserve Office, located at 26297 Twelve Trees Lane, Poulsbo.
Two men were transported to Harrison Medical Center in Bremerton after their cars collided head on at Highway 307 and Minder Road.
Marina users have banded together to form the Poulsbo Boaters’ Association with aims of bonding as a marina community and as a means of interaction with the port’s government.
And they walked -- right down Fourth Street -- to bring attention to the issue of domestic violence.
Addressing a packed house at the Kitsap Conference Center in Bremerton, Governor Jay Inslee praised the United States Navy and the shipyard workers who support and maintain the fleet.
The best part of the new school year for Chief Kitsap Academy and the Suquamish Tribe may have been getting something promised in 1855. "The best part of [the new year] was celebrating the fact that the Tribe gets to practice things that were promised to them in the treaty about 150 years ago," said Joe Davalos, superintendent of the Tribe's education department.
The four remaining members of the North Kitsap School Board are expected to elect a new board president Oct. 23.
Port Madison Bay remains closed to all shellfish harvesting.
The Poulsbo City Council has directed city staff to proceed with a process to increase stormwater rates. Without the rate increase, city staff told the council that the city would fall behind the curve in maintaining the stormwater system and run afoul of state and federal regulations.
Candidates for county auditor, assessor and commissioner talked about the issues, and emphasized their differences, at the Kitsap League of Women Voters forum, Oct. 13 in Poulsbo City Hall.