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Protocol — the formal sharing of traditional dances, songs, and teachings — continues through the day and night in the Suquamish House of Awakened Culture.
The state Court of Appeals upheld on July 26 an easement for Hood Canal aquatic lands between the state Department of Natural Resources and the U.S. Navy.
Demolition of downtown landmark begins to prepare for construction of apartments
An around-the-clock closure of State Route 104 will begin at 12:01 a.m. Aug. 1 at Grover’s Creek, milepost 22, outside of Kingston.
As Northwest Native canoes passed the spit across the bay from Point Julia on July 24, the setting seemed to fit the theme of the 2016 Canoe Journey/Paddle to Nisqually.
At its July 20 meeting, the Poulsbo City Council learned the findings from the survey they commissioned to explore the feasibility of building a YMCA in Poulsbo.
John Armstrong has two decades’ worth of experience as a public utility district commissioner. Rusty Grable has a strong desire to serve the community. Denise Ledingham has ideas shaped by her experience as a public utility district employee. But if offered a chance to tour a wastewater treatment plant, they might have a tough time beating Debra Lester to the head of the line.
Worthington: ‘We are very interested in building that relationship’
As Kitsap Transit prepares for one of the most important votes this November in the history of passenger-only ferry (POF) service in the Puget Sound region, a stark fact emerged from a public survey conducted in September 2015: Only four out of 10 Kitsap County residents agreed that they had heard anything about plans to provide passenger-only ferry service between Kitsap County and Seattle.
Debbie Masio’s introduction to the new reality of renting in North Kitsap came when she had to find a new place to live and thought, “I’ll just go out and rent a place.” Easier said than done.
July 18 is D-Day — Demolition Day — for the old Poulsbo City Hall, 19050 Jensen Way.
The man killed when he was struck by a pickup truck while riding a skateboard on a street at night has been identified as Bradley Michael Seelye, 34, of Poulsbo.
A 35-year-old man on a skateboard was struck by a pickup and declared dead at the scene late July 14 on the 3600 block of NE Lincoln Road.
For 26 years, Warron Big Eagle lived a very public life in Oklahoma. But Big Eagle had a past people in his adopted home didn’t know about. Big Eagle was actually fugitive Ronald Lee Paulson, suspect in the 1987 rape of a young family member in Poulsbo, Washington.
The North Kitsap School Board gave Superintendent Patty Page a “favorable” evaluation July 14, and issued the following statement regarding the evaluation and the superintendent’s goals for 2016-17.
Talia DeCoteau, a geoduck diver pursuing her bachelor’s degree in Tribal Government and Business Management, was elected July 11 to the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribal Council.
A Poulsbo man accused of wrestling with and threatening the life of a police officer who tried to stop him from setting fire to debris in the roadway goes to court at 9 a.m. July 13 on charges of second-degree arson and harassment.
All citizens and police officers have a duty and obligation to do the right thing, not just when we want to … but always. Officers and citizens alike must stand up and look out for each other, and keep the well-being of our families, friends and neighbors at the forefront.
YWCA Kitsap County's 2016 Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event, held July 9 at the Evergreen Park in Bremerton, attracted dozens of men, women and children to the event.