Nov. 18 Herald: Education funding, city reserves, Poulsbo boats, and new Miss West Sound
November 18, 2011 · 10:44 AM
POULSBO — State Sen. Christine Rolfes says the current state of education funding is the "new normal." The City Council is considering dipping into reserves to balance the 2012 budget. Popularity runs high for Poulsbo's namesake boat. Hannah Price of Poulsbo is the new Miss West Sound.
Those are the top stories in the Nov. 18 edition of the North Kitsap Herald, available now at newsstands and in stores.
The Nov. 18 edition is 60 pages and three sections, and includes an annual holiday guide, USA Weekend magazine and local advertising circulars.
The 20-page holiday guide, "Celebrate: A North Kitsap Holiday 2011," has local gift-giving and stocking-stuffer ideas, a list of ways you can make a difference year-round, staff writer Kipp Robertson's holiday movie picks, favorite holiday recipes, holiday event calendar, tips for selecting the perfect Christmas tree, a map of Kitsap County U-cut Christmas tree farms, and local advertising.
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