World-record grape toss, Coffee Oasis opens soon, more changes at NKSD, 23rd District candidates forum Monday
July 13, 2012 · 10:46 AM
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.
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