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Furloughs, Indianola dock, Scandia Patch's rebirth, mental health response among top stories
POULSBO — A family struggles with the furlough. The Indianola dock is still closed, and a tax hike for repairs is on the ballot. Volunteers help revive the Scandia Patch. Public safety officials study new ways of responding to calls involving someone with mental health issues.
Those are among the top stories in the July 26 North Kitsap Herald, available now at newsstands and in stores.
The July 26 Herald has 44 pages in two sections. Readers also get USA Weekend magazine, and local and regional advertising circulars.
The news section includes two pages of color photos from the Canoe Journey's visit to North Kitsap; and a six-page section, Business Connections, profiling some of the businesses that shape North Kitsap. In an op-ed guest column, Micki Monroe writes that, without volunteers, this year's Kitsap Arts & Crafts Festival could be the last. In Kitsap Week, you'll read about the upcoming Whaling Days in Silverdale and the best beaches of the Kitsap Peninsula.
Inside the Herald, you'll find local news, Editorial, Letters to the Editor, At Your Service Directory, Police Calls, Sports & Outdoors, Sheriff's Log, coverage of the transient orca pod's visit to Liberty Bay, Health & Wellness Directory, North Kitsap Calendar, news from the 2013 campaign trail, Worship Directory, Legal Notices, Obituaries, 6th Avenue Update, Public Meetings, Kitsap Week Life and Culture, Kitsap Calendar, Sound Classifieds & Real Estate Now, Weekend Open Houses, and a story about the upcoming Mustangs on the Waterfront.
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 email@example.com.
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