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World-record grape toss, Coffee Oasis opens soon, more changes at NKSD, 23rd District candidates forum Monday

The July 13 North Kitsap Herald: 40 pages, two sections, with USA Weekend magazine and a special supplement on the Sequim Lavender Festival and Farm Faire.  - Page designed by Richard Walker
The July 13 North Kitsap Herald: 40 pages, two sections, with USA Weekend magazine and a special supplement on the Sequim Lavender Festival and Farm Faire.
— image credit: Page designed by Richard Walker

POULSBO — Ross McCurdy set a unique world record and raised $2,500 for uveitis research and treatment. Coffee Oasis Poulsbo may open by September. More changes are being made at North Kitsap School District. A forum for 23rd District House candidates is scheduled Monday at Poulsbo City Hall.

Those are the top stories in the July 13 North Kitsap Herald, available now at newsstands and in stores.

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