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Rebecca Greenberg is new Fathoms Queen

Selections made for 2022 Royalty Court on Saturday night

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Puerto Vallarta restaurant won’t open until July at the earliest, owner says

Fire damage in kitchen was extensive, extended into other areas of restaurant

  • Feb 28, 2022
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The Poulsbo City Council and Planning Commission held a joint meeting to discuss the 2024 Comprehensive Plan. Courtesy Photo
The Poulsbo City Council and Planning Commission held a joint meeting to discuss the 2024 Comprehensive Plan. Courtesy Photo
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Lonely plea for peace in Ukraine

A protester shows Ukrainian flag at Port Orchard street corner

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Superintendent Leavell departs Bremerton for OESD post

He leaves after nine years at school district

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Molly Ward Gardens offers a few tables inside, complemented by various decor. Tyler Shuey/North Kitsap Herald photos

Fine-dining experience hidden in Big Valley

Owners converted a barn into their home/restaurant 30 years ago

Molly Ward Gardens offers a few tables inside, complemented by various decor. Tyler Shuey/North Kitsap Herald photos
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Kilmer condemns Russian invasion of Ukraine

Congressman shares remarks at Bremerton Post Office renaming for John Henry Turpin

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Feds award $7.7 million grant for zero-emission passenger ferry

Grant money will support design, build of an electric foot ferry for Port Orchard-Bremerton route

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Awash in money, lawmakers propose big increases in spending

Legislators proposing a tax-free Labor Day weekend for shoppers

  • Feb 23, 2022
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191 new COVID cases confirmed in Kitsap over holiday weekend

Over the last week, Kitsap’s case rate per 100,000 residents has dropped dramatically to 185.9

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Port Orchard restaurant’s fight with state coming to a head

That One Place faces $132,000 fine for reported COVID violations

  • Feb 21, 2022
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Inslee urges action on multi-agency plan on homelessness

Homeless people would have access to shelters and facilities under an $815 million plan

  • Feb 18, 2022
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SKSD is recipient of $20.5 million in federal COVID-19 relief funding

Federal government issues $122 billion in pandemic funding to schools nationwide

  • Feb 17, 2022
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The first hole from the tee boxes on a summer day.

15 years later, White Horse a premier golfing destination

Port Madison Enterprises bought the course in 2010

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The first hole from the tee boxes on a summer day.
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Man charged after wild police chase from Poulsbo to Bremerton

A 24-year-old man was charged Tuesday with first-degree robbery and attempting to elude police after allegedly assaulting a man and stealing his car at the… Continue reading

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NK schools faces redistricting due to growth

North Kitsap School District superintendent Laurynn Evans presented a proposed Redistricting Plan based on population changes at last week’s board meeting. The goal is to… Continue reading

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County sheriff shares his department’s extraordinary year with chamber

Gese says COVID, police reform and staff shortages have been exceedingly challenging issues

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5 more COVID-related deaths confirmed in Kitsap; 112 new cases

Over the last week, Kitsap’s case rate per 100,000 residents has dropped dramatically to 338.4

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Shots fired at stolen vehicle following civilian-instigated car chase

Pursuer refuses order to halt vehicle chase or meet with police

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The scene of the house fire on Noll Road Sunday night. Courtesy Photo

Poulsbo resident displaced by house fire

A home on Noll Road in Poulsbo suffered heavy fire damage Sunday night, displacing its resident. A neighbor saw the fire and reported it at… Continue reading

The scene of the house fire on Noll Road Sunday night. Courtesy Photo