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Options for forestland purchase, parking enforcement, candidate Q&A among top stories
POULSBO — The price of Pope Resources' North Kitsap forestland could be offset by transferring real estate value and timber-harvest rights. The City of Poulsbo will test new parking limits and enforcement. The candidates for County Commission, District 1, engage in a Q&A with the Herald.
Those are the top stories in the Oct. 5 North Kitsap Herald, available now at newsstands and in stores.
The Oct. 5 edition is a big one: Three sections, 60 pages, with Clip or Click! coupons, USA Weekend magazine, a special section on the upcoming Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival in Port Angeles, and local and regional advertising circulars.
This edition includes our annual Time of Your Life section. Our Kitsap Week cover story is about Poulsbo First Lutheran Church's 100th anniversary lutefisk dinner Oct. 20.
Inside the Herald you'll find local news, Public Meetings, News Briefs, North Kitsap High School homecoming week photos, Opinion, Letters to the Editor, Neighbors Helping Neighbors by Fishline executive director Mary Nader, Sports & Outdoors, North Kitsap Calendar, a four-page pullout section celebrating Kingston High School's homecoming week Oct. 8-12, Law & Justice, Q&A with candidates for 23rd District state representative Position 1, In Uniform, Obituaries, North Kitsap Business, Legal Notices, Scene & Heard, Kitsap Week Life and Culture, From the Archives column about the return of flying ants and termites, Northwest Wines, Kitsap Calendar, and Sound Classifieds & Real Estate Now.
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