March 18 North Kitsap Herald: 56 pages in three sections
March 18, 2011 · Updated 5:07 PM
Thirteen Japanese foreign-exchange students, who left their country three days after the catastrophic earthquake and tsunami, are finding a temporary haven in North Kitsap. Freshman County Commissioner Rob Gelder is studying North Kitsap issues, touring his district, and getting ready for a campaign to keep his job. Creosoted logs are being removed from Doe-Keg-Wats estuary.
Those are the top stories in the March 18 North Kitsap Herald, available now on newsstands and in stores.
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The latest edition of the Herald has 56 pages in three sections: News, Opinion, Sports, Business, North Kitsap Calendar, Kith & Kin, Newsmakers, Scene & Heard, Kitsap Week, Kitsap Calendar, Around Kitsap, Kitsap Classifieds and Real Estate Now, and our 2011 Spring Home & Garden Guide.
In addition, you'll find USA Weekend and advertising inserts from local and regional businesses.