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Youth reign in latest North Kitsap Herald

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Kingston's passenger ferry, SoundRunner, ends service Sept. 28; North Kitsap and Kingston high schools' bands see cuts; photos from Chief Seattle Days; Trail Mix column and more in this week's North Kitsap Herald.
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Children and young adults had a lot of accomplishments this week, as featured in the Aug. 24 North Kitsap Herald. Chief Seattle Days hosted special Powwow performances and crowned new Royalty; the Kitsap All-Stars want to continue on as a 14-year-old Babe Ruth team; and S'Klallam breaks ground on their new early education center.

In other sports news, read a paddling adventure in the Trail Mix column and reporter Kipp Robertson's preparation for his first Hansville Coaster Games.

Also featured: Kingston's passenger ferry, SoundRunner, ends service Sept. 28; North Kitsap and Kingston high schools' bands see cuts; police calls; upcoming events on the calendar and more.

In Kitsap Week, read about Grammy-winning pianist George Winston's concert to raise money for Operation Day of Hope; and get a head start on planning your activities at Bremerton's Blackberry Festival, Sept. 1-3.

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