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- Feb 6, 2015 at 3:00PM updated at 6:02PM
Artist Toma Villa of the Yakama Nation explains the movement of the bears in the canoe to Chief Kitsap Academy students, Feb. 6, as work continues on a 30-foot by 30-foot mural in the school’s gym.
- Feb 7, 2015 at 6:00AM
Lacrosse engages all players on the field. This team is open to girls in grades 9-12 who attend school in the North Kitsap, Bremerton and South Kitsap districts.
- Feb 6, 2015 at 2:22PM
There’s nothing wrong with second place. And good sportsmanship and fair play are more important than a trophy. Those are two of the lessons that Suquamish Elementary School fifth-graders took away from the Seahawks’ loss in the Super Bowl. And they shared the lessons they learned in a letter from their teacher, Kristy Dressler, to Coach Pete Carroll and the team.
- Feb 6, 2015 at 2:40PM
Come down to the marina and welcome the “Boat Guy” on Feb. 6-8. The port — and the entire city — have hoped to make Chip Hanauer’s visit an annual event, which is happening.
- Feb 6, 2015 at 3:03PM
North Kitsap senior Calvin Dennis was dominant Feb. 3 with 19 points and a half-dozen blocks, nearly willing his team to a win at Sequim’s Rick Kaps Gymnasium. But foul trouble kept the 6-foot 10-inch post off the court for much of the first and third quarters, and by the time Dennis fouled out with 40 seconds left, the host Wolves were celebrating a big Olympic League victory.
- Feb 6, 2015 at 1:33PM
The pile is quite large, and it isn’t known how many Valentines are in it. But one thing is for certain, there’s at least 88. That’s the number, at least, of children that Dr. Lyle Beck will be serving in Haiti when he travels there on Feb. 6. He will spend a week in the island country before returning on Feb. 14.
- Feb 6, 2015 at 1:54PM
Mr. Olsen now wants to take us back to 1915, a time when men made all the decisions for women (“No on Senate Bill 5026, yes on Senate Bill 5289,” page A4, Jan. 30 Herald). He has lost several elections for his outdated positions.
- Feb 6, 2015 at 1:53PM
On behalf of the family of Nicholas Brooke, we would like to thank the Bremerton Police Department and especially Officer J.D. Miller for going above and beyond his duty in his involvement with our son, Nicholas Brooke.
- Feb 6, 2015 at 1:51PM
We at Windermere Real Estate Poulsbo are deeply honored to have been selected by the Poulsbo Chamber of Commerce as the recipients of the 2014 Business of the Year award at the awards banquet at Kiana Lodge, Jan. 24.
- Feb 6, 2015 at 1:50PM
I thoroughly agree with Ryck Thompson’s assessment of downtown Poulsbo (“Something is wrong in downtown Poulsbo,” page A4, Jan. 9 Herald). We fell in love with Poulsbo and moved here in 2011 to escape the big-city rat race. And we strongly believe in supporting local businesses, even if we can get what we want online at a lower price. But we don’t understand why so many stores have been closing.
- Feb 8, 2015 at 7:00AM
The North Kitsap Herald is entering its 114th year of publishing. The Herald was founded in 1901 by Peter and Josephine Iverson shortly after they arrived here from Norway via the Midwest. We’re proud of their groundbreaking legacy of leadership — Peter served as the second mayor of Poulsbo and as state senator from 1913-18; Josephine was a journalist at a time when newsrooms were largely the domain of men. One hundred fourteen years later, we strive to carry on the Iversons’ legacy. Like them, we work to produce a Herald that is a catalyst for change, a reflection of the community it serves. (And, we’re proud that the glass ceiling in our publisher’s office was shattered long ago).
- Feb 6, 2015 at 1:14PM
Branden Heinemann of Poulsbo was a vocal opponent of the ban as it was being discussed by the council in June 2014. Heinemann has now made an 18-minute online documentary about Poulsbo’s ban on marijuana, expressing his opinion that the City Council’s arguments for the prohibition were not valid.
- Feb 6, 2015 at 12:40PM
Poulsbo is a city on the move: population, downtown events, updated roads. And now residents and visitors have a little extra help getting around. Kitsap Transit began a new bus route — route 44 — on Feb. 1, which loops around Poulsbo’s most visited locales, such as downtown and Olympic College.
- Feb 6, 2015 at 1:00PM
From a romantic walk along the trails of the Bloedel Reserve to dinner and a classic movie at the Admiral Theatre. The Kitsap Chordsmen will sing you a special Valentine serenade, and the Arena Sports Bar offers a romantic bacon bouquet for its couples. Here are a few notable happenings around Kitsap for the lovers on this romantic holiday.
- Feb 3, 2015 at 9:46AM
Gov. Jay Inslee wants to change the cancer risk rate used to set state water quality standards from 1 in 1 million to 1 in 100,000. That is unacceptable to the Treaty Tribes in western Washington. We refuse to accept this tenfold increase in the risk of getting cancer from known cancer-causing toxins — and you should too.
- Feb 1, 2015 at 7:00PM updated Feb 3, 2015 at 10:30AM
Super Bowl fans kept on edge of seats in Seahawks' 28-24 loss to the Patriots
- Feb 3, 2015 at 10:08AM
Legislation to require police officers to receive training on dealing with mentally ill people, called crisis intervention training, was introduced last week by Sen. Christine Rolfes, D-Bainbridge, and Rep. Sherry Appleton, D-Poulsbo.
- Feb 3, 2015 at 9:22AM
In an effort to curb climate change while raising money for transportation and education, Gov. Jay Inslee is proposing a statewide cap on carbon emissions that would require polluters to buy credits to continue polluting at today’s levels. Carbon prices would start at $12 a ton and would bring in an estimated $1 billion in the program’s first year. The main idea behind cap-and-trade markets is to create a financial disincentive to emit greenhouse gases.
- Feb 3, 2015 at 9:32AM
As a 22-year-old vegetarian skiing and sailing instructor, Beverly Elmer isn’t the type of person you’d expect to have heart problems. “I was lying down in bed and turned to Weylin and said, ‘Baby, oh god,’ and clenched my chest,” she said. Her memory stopped moments before, so she could only recall what she’s been told about the event. “I guess that’s when my eyes rolled into the back of my head.”
- Jan 30, 2015 at 9:00AM updated Feb 3, 2015 at 6:06AM
Stern: Clearwater Casino Resort expansion puts resort ‘on par’ with Bremerton for convention space, rooms
- Feb 2, 2015 at 4:41PM
Town & Country Markets Inc. purchased Matthew's Fresh Market in the Lakemont neighborhood Feb. 1.
- Feb 2, 2015 at 5:13PM
Photos from Daily Herald/Sound Publishing photographers Kevin Clark and Genna Martin.
- Feb 1, 2015 at 8:34AM
For all these reasons, no one is likely to confuse Brady and Wilson in Sunday’s NFL championship game. But for all the differences, there are similarities, too.
- Feb 1, 2015 at 8:22AM
As Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll hoisted the Lombardi Trophy last season, the culmination of a remarkable four-year rebuilding job since Carroll and general manager John Schneider took over, it was hard to imagine that not one but two teams had more than a decade earlier determined that Carroll wasn’t fit to run an NFL franchise.
- Feb 1, 2015 at 3:00PM
The Legislature is considering a few pieces of legislation regarding elections, some more helpful than others.
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