A closing ceremony was held during the last day of school June 17.
Firefighters responded to a call for a fire in an old-growth cedar tree around 1 p.m. Tuesday.
The graduation ceremony at North Kitsap Stadium was the first of two for the North Kitsap School District.
Nearly 500 high school seniors threw their caps into the air Friday and Saturday as the community celebrated the graduates of 2013.
Officer Ricki Sabado is retiring from the Poulsbo Police Department effective June 26. Sabado submitted an intent-to-retire letter to Police Chief Alan Townsend 10 days after he was placed on paid administrative leave. The officer was placed on leave while the department determined whether he knew anything about his wife and son’s alleged behavior before their separate arrests for DUI and trafficking in stolen property.
An estimated 194 Kingston High School Buccaneers graduated.
Officer Jennifer “Jen” Corn, formerly of the City of Tacoma, joined the Poulsbo Police Department May 28. Officer Valerie Nau assumes detective duties from John Halsted effective July 1. Halsted was earlier promoted to sergeant.
Some of Brittane Hendricks’ third-, fourth- and fifth-graders have been her students since first grade.
The Kitsap County Sheriff's Department responded to the following calls in North Kitsap June 5-9.
The Poulsbo Police Department responded to the following calls June 5-11.
For the last 50 or so years, Pasco has worked on bentwood boxes, masks, sculptures, totem poles, panels, canoes — just about any kind of Pacific Northwest Native-style art you can think of.
A new training kiosk and garden shed at the Kingston Village Green P-Patch opened to the public June 15.
What started as a simple request has now blossomed into helping fight local hunger.
Two long-time educators were recognized as “Teacher of the Year” this week.
The Poulsbo City Council gave Sound Works Job Center a two-month extension to find another home.
When Kelsee Bryant began reading for the Books for Bikes Challenge, she already knew what she would do with a bike if she won. And it wasn’t go for a ride.
There’s an adventurous side to David Williamson. The 2-year-old, who calls himelf “Ijah” – short for his middle name, Elijah — likes Dora the Explorer, likes to go to the zoo, likes animals and fish, and likes to draw his ABCs.
Charlotte Edwards was enrolled for two years in the North Kitsap School District’s Parent Assisted Learning program, which assists homeschooled students.
Walk an interpretive trail through the forest south of town with naturalist Jim Trainer on June 22 from 9-11 a.m.
This photo was submitted Wednesday morning by Steve Swann, a Port of Poulsbo commissioner. "[The] eagle was on the Port marina's south log-boom pile (breakwater)," Swann wrote.