Ken Park

Close to 300 people lined the sidewalks around Gateway Fellowship Church in protest of Joseph Backholm, who was invited to speak on Critical Race Theory. Courtesy Photos

Protest at Poulsbo church over anti-LGBTQ speaker

Gateway Fellowship Church in Poulsbo is an integral part of the community. Its parking lot hosts the Farmers Market, its building serves as a warming… Continue reading

 

N. Kitsap man killed in hit and run; suspect at large

A 36-year-old North Kitsap man was found dead at the side of the road, a victim of a hit and run incident. The Kitsap County… Continue reading

 

Back to school vaccination event.

Back to School Poulsbo vaccine event July 31

North Point Church and Peninsula Community Health Services have partnered to host a free back-to-school vaccination event on Saturday. The event will begin at 11… Continue reading

 

Aftermath of a container full of live fireworks that caught fire in Suquamish. Courtesy Photo

Spent fireworks spark destructive blaze in Suquamish

A trailer full of fireworks was accidentally ignited, leading it to be engulfed in flames in the early morning hours of July 14 in Suquamish.… Continue reading

Aftermath of a container full of live fireworks that caught fire in Suquamish. Courtesy Photo
Stonechild "Stoney" Chiefstick

Family of Chiefstick suing Poulsbo over his shooting death

The family of Stonechild Chiefstick filed a lawsuit against the city of Poulsbo in federal court today, almost two years after his death at the… Continue reading

Stonechild "Stoney" Chiefstick

Hydroplane flips onto Poulsbo driver, killing him

A Poulsbo man was killed during the opening races of the Richland hydroplane Regatta June 25. The man was identified as Matt Mattson, the driver… Continue reading

Front: an original message was written by couple married in 2013 Courtesy Photo)

Message in a bottle from Poulsbo to Canada

A message in a bottle from a couple married in Poulsbo in 2013 found its way to the shores of the Pacific Rim National Park… Continue reading

Front: an original message was written by couple married in 2013 Courtesy Photo)
Bainbridge Alehouse has four seasonals on tap for those wanting to grab a quick drink before heading across the water. Ken Park/Bainbridge Island Review

Try new spring, summer creations at local breweries

Warmer weather and venues more open than they’ve been in 1½ years due to COVID-19 make for the perfect time to taste what’s new in… Continue reading

Bainbridge Alehouse has four seasonals on tap for those wanting to grab a quick drink before heading across the water. Ken Park/Bainbridge Island Review

Poulsbo man charged after alleged bat attack

Anthony Rinonos of Poulsbo has been charged with assault with a deadly weapon after allegedly attacking two men with a baseball bat May 24. The… Continue reading

Wendi Olinger begins prepping the many varieties of macarons the Big Leaf Maple Bakery is famous for. Ken Park/Bainbridge Island Review photos

BI pair take new bakery to Poulsbo

Big Leaf Maple Bakery is a small woman-owned bakery that began with wholesale baking and now has a retail location in Poulsbo. Owners Wendi Olinger… Continue reading

Wendi Olinger begins prepping the many varieties of macarons the Big Leaf Maple Bakery is famous for. Ken Park/Bainbridge Island Review photos

Few election races so far in N. Kitsap

May 17 marked the first day of the one-week filing period for local political candidates for the Aug. 3 primary. A handful of candidates filed… Continue reading

Neighbors outdoor security camera reportedly caught the suspect vehicle, described as a newer model Hyundai sedan, as it left the Hill Bend neighborhood. Courtesy Photo

KSCO search for man luring children with dog

The Kitsap County Sheriffs Office is searching for a vehicle and its driver who reportedly attempted to lure children into the vehicle April 15. The… Continue reading

Neighbors outdoor security camera reportedly caught the suspect vehicle, described as a newer model Hyundai sedan, as it left the Hill Bend neighborhood. Courtesy Photo
Buses arrive at Vinland Elementary to drop off kids for the afternoon session of hybrid learning. Ken Park/North Kitsap Herald photos

Kids will go back to online learning if snow hits

But 4th-graders glad to be back at school Monday

Buses arrive at Vinland Elementary to drop off kids for the afternoon session of hybrid learning. Ken Park/North Kitsap Herald photos
A Kitsap County sheriff's deputy is under investigation for an officer-involved shooting. KCSO courtesy photo

Traffic stop in Poulsbo becomes officer-involved shooting

A Kitsap County sheriff’s deputy is under investigation following a traffic stop that turned into a shooting Saturday night. According to incident documents the deputy… Continue reading

A Kitsap County sheriff's deputy is under investigation for an officer-involved shooting. KCSO courtesy photo
<em>At 7 months old, Dinae Arciaga was diagnosed with cerebral palsy. She also suffers from a form of congenital heart disease. </em>Courtesy photo

Dinae’s wheels: Community rallies to help disabled teen

The North Kitsap community has rallied around a local family with a special needs child to get them a new wheelchair-accessible vehicle. “Katie and Freddie… Continue reading

<em>At 7 months old, Dinae Arciaga was diagnosed with cerebral palsy. She also suffers from a form of congenital heart disease. </em>Courtesy photo
A photo posted to Bainbridge Island Fire Department's Facebook page shows downed power lines and explains the danger they pose. Courtesy photo

BI withers in wild, windy, wet weather

Landslides, downed trees on lines and power outages caused by windy weather kept emergency crews busy this week. Several areas of North Kitsap lost power.… Continue reading

A photo posted to Bainbridge Island Fire Department's Facebook page shows downed power lines and explains the danger they pose. Courtesy photo

Suquamish Tribal Elders revieve Covid-19 Vaccine

Suquamish Tribe elders are among the first, outside of health care workers, to be given the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine in Kitsap County. The tribe received… Continue reading

Port Gamble S’Klallam Chairman Jeromy Sullivan receives first round of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. Courtesy photo

Tribe encourages members to get COVID vaccine

After an outbreak last month, the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe has produced a video series to encourage tribal members to get the first and second… Continue reading

Port Gamble S’Klallam Chairman Jeromy Sullivan receives first round of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. Courtesy photo
A Poulsbo firefighter extinguishes the flames of a structure fire caused by a landslide in LoFall. Courtesy photo

Landslide forces evacuation of 8 Lofall homes

The Poulsbo Fire Department evacuated eight homes following a landslide in Seclusion Cove Monday night. At approximately 5 p.m. Jan. 4 firefighters were dispatched to… Continue reading

A Poulsbo firefighter extinguishes the flames of a structure fire caused by a landslide in LoFall. Courtesy photo
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The Fish Park is only one of the crowning achievements Mary McCluskey played a part in after 26 years as director of Poulsbo’s parks department.

Longtime Poulsbo parks director to retire

After 26 years of service in Poulsbo’s Parks and Recreation Department, director Mary McCluskey has announced she will be retiring in February 2021. Former Poulsbo… Continue reading

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The Fish Park is only one of the crowning achievements Mary McCluskey played a part in after 26 years as director of Poulsbo’s parks department.