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Neighbors become vigilant, Parkway project moved to February, Harrison correction plan accepted

The April 6 North Kitsap Herald: 44 pages in two sections, with USA Weekend magazine, The Grape Vine wine country travel supplement, and Clip or Click coupons. - Page designed by Richard Walker
The April 6 North Kitsap Herald: 44 pages in two sections, with USA Weekend magazine, The Grape Vine wine country travel supplement, and Clip or Click coupons.
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POULSBO — Crime-weary neighbors on 4th Avenue are becoming more vigilant. The Anderson Parkway project has been moved to February. Poulsbo fire chief's departure creates consolidation options. Harrison Medical Center's plan of correction accepted by CMS.

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