Top stories: Food bank needs home, school district in dire straits, children learn about salmon

The April 12 North Kitsap Herald: Two sections, 40 pages, with USA Weekend magazine and local and regional advertising circulars.   - Page designed by Richard Walker
The April 12 North Kitsap Herald: Two sections, 40 pages, with USA Weekend magazine and local and regional advertising circulars.
— image credit: Page designed by Richard Walker

POULSBO — The Kingston Food Bank may soon be homeless. The North Kitsap School District is in the 18th worst financial condition of Washington's school districts. Dogfish Creek becomes a classroom for preschoolers learning about salmon.

Those are the top stories in the April 12 North Kitsap Herald, available now at newsstands and in stores.

The April 12 Herald has 40 pages in two sections. Readers also get USA Weekend magazine, and local and regional advertising circulars. The Kitsap Week cover story is about the ways that Kitsap residents can make a difference in their communities.

Inside the Herald, you'll find local news, Opinion, Your Pets, Sports & Outdoors, Health & Wellness Directory, Law & Justice, Health & Fitness pages, photos of preschoolers learning about salmon at Dogfish Creek, At Your Service directory, North Kitsap Calendar, Newsmakers, In Uniform, Obituaries, Worship Directory, Business, Legal Notices, photos from opening day of the Poulsbo Farmers Market, Kitsap Week Life and Culture, Kitsap Week Sudoku, Kitsap Calendar, Northwest Wines, Sound Classifieds & Real Estate Now, and Around Kitsap.

On the Herald's Opinion pages, you'll find Letters to the Editor, Public Meetings list, Mary Nader's Neighbors Helping Neighbors column, and Renee Arcement's Another View column supporting a sales tax increase to help fund mental health services in Kitsap County.

The Herald has been the Voice of North Kitsap since 1901 and has a circulation of 12,500. Kitsap Week is included in five Sound Publishing newspapers in Kitsap County and has a circulation of 65,000. For convenient home delivery of the Herald, call (360) 779-4464 or email

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