From left, Ethan Alexander, Dawson Fosmo, Edward Grace, Josiah Baxter, Charlie Cox and Benjamin Goodwin wait for Marion Forsman-Boushie Early Learning Center graduation ceremonies to begin July 23 at Kiana Lodge. These ELC graduates are on track to graduate high school in 2028. - April Leigh / Suquamish Tribe

Local Head Start gets a big boost

  • Today at 2:57PM

The federal Administration for Children and Families has awarded a $980,514 grant to the Head Start early child education program operated by the Suquamish Tribe.


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From brambles and brush, a paradise emerges

  • Today at 3:25PM

Fred Mackie said he started to look at God’s earthly creation differently when he was faced with the possibility of not seeing it again.

Fat Apple Bakery opens downtown

  • Today at 3:04PM

The Fat Apple Bakery and Cafe is the latest place to stop for breakfast, lunch or a special order in downtown Poulsbo.

After Aug. 4, Easy Street for most candidates

  • Today at 3:02PM

With a majority of Poulsbo City Council and North Kitsap School Board positions on the ballot, the 2015 election was shaping up to be a doozer. It’s more likely to be a bit of a snoozer.

NKSD teacher of the year joins South Kitsap school

  • Today at 3:01PM

Mark Gudger and Barbara Pixton bring extensive backgrounds in special education to their new administrative roles at Orchard Heights Elementary School.


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