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I-502 issues, illegal use of logos, local-film premiere, firefighter training among top stories
POULSBO — If approved by voters, I-502 would create a new set of issues for cities and counties. State House candidate James Olsen continues to distribute campaign fliers that state officials say violate state and federal laws. A film set in Indianola premieres next week at the Firehouse Theater. Interns train for the opportunity to risk their lives for others.
Those are the top stories in the Oct. 26 North Kitsap Herald, available now at newsstands and in stores.
The Oct. 26 Herald consists of 52 pages in two sections. It is printed on pink paper to call attention to Breast Cancer Awareness Month and remind readers that early detection saves lives. Also included in this edition: Veterans Life magazine, USA Weekend magazine, and local and regional advertising circulars. The Kitsap Week cover story is about KCMT's Nov. 1-11 production of "Cinderella."
Inside the Herald, you'll find local news, Public Meetings, Opinion, Letters to the Editor, Sports & Outdoors, North Kitsap Calendar, coverage of the Poulsbo First Lutheran Church's 100th anniversary lutefisk dinner, Police Calls, Women in Business, Political Notebook, list of Halloween events, Kitsap Week Life and Culture, Kitsap Week Sudoku, Northwest Wines, Kitsap Calendar, Lisa Garza's Gluten Free Foodies, Timi Gustafson's Food & Health, Kitsap Week Crossword, Miss West Sound and Miss West Sound Outstanding Teen contestants, Kitsap Business Beat, Around Kitsap, and Sound Classifieds & Real Estate Now.
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