Deadline nears for Teacher of the Year nominations | In Our Opinion

  • Apr 13, 2015 at 3:24PM

A reminder: Deadline is April 15 for nominations for the 2015 Rangvald Kvelstad Teacher of the Year Award.


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Relay For Life: Making strides against cancer | In Our Opinion

  • Apr 24, 2015 at 10:00AM updated at 12:18PM

Relay For Life of North Kitsap begins 6 p.m. July 10 and continues into July 11 at North Kitsap Stadium, 1780 NE Hostmark St., Poulsbo. Every year, this event raises tens of thousands of dollars for the American Cancer Society. As you read this, 20 teams of North Kitsap people like you are raising money in a variety of ways for Relay for Life.

A way to honor education’s best and brightest | In Our Opinion

  • Mar 16, 2015 at 3:16PM

So the story goes, the Rangvald Kvelstad Teacher of the Year Award Foundation was founded in the 1980s after several local school levies failed at the polls. The idea behind the foundation: Let voters know about the good work that teachers do, what they are doing to prepare young people for life, how they meet the challenges of teaching amid economic, political and social changes, their place in the circle of American life: that well-educated students means a more competitive workforce and engaged citizenry, which means a healthier economy and stronger communities.

Carrying on the Iversons’ legacy | In Our Opinion

  • 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).

Eating fish shouldn’t be risky | Being Frank

  • 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.

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