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Top stories: Suquamish sues Navy, eighth vehicle-related death, children's shopping spree

The Aug. 31 North Kitsap Herald: Two sections, 40 pages, with USA Weekend and local and regional advertising circulars. - Page designed by Richard Walker
The Aug. 31 North Kitsap Herald: Two sections, 40 pages, with USA Weekend and local and regional advertising circulars.
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POULSBO — The Suquamish Tribe challenges the Navy's assertion that the Tribe has no fishing rights in Hood Canal. Jefferson County man is eighth vehicle-related fatality in North Kitsap since February 2011. Sunshine Ladies take children clothes shopping for school.

Those are the top stories in the Aug. 31 North Kitsap Herald, available now at newsstands and in stores.

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Inside the Herald you'll find local news, Police Calls, Public Meetings, Opinion, Letters to the Editor, Q&A with author Gregg Olsen, Births, Sports & Outdoors, In Uniform, North Kitsap Calendar, Business, Legal Notices, Obituaries, Volunteer Opportunities, Political Notebook, Kitsap Week Life and Culture, Lisa Garza's Gluten Free Foodies, Northwest Wines, Jennifer Cleverdon's Cleverdon Chronicles, Kitsap Week Sudoku, Kitsap Calendar, Around Kitsap, Kitsap Business Beat, and Sound Classifieds & Real Estate Now.

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