Court decision, campaign issues, port annexation among top stories

The Sept. 27 North Kitsap Herald: 60 pages in three sections. The edition includes the Herald
The Sept. 27 North Kitsap Herald: 60 pages in three sections. The edition includes the Herald's annual Fall Kitchen, Home & Garden section, and USA Weekend magazine.
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POULSBO — A Kitsap County Superior Court judge upheld the North Kitsap School Board's decision to close Breidablik Elementary School. Steve Hancock drops his bid for the North Kitsap School Board and endorses Cindy Webster-Martinson. The candidates for Kingston Port Commission District 1 differ on their approach to economic development. The Port of Poulsbo is seeking to enlarge its boundaries beyond the Poulsbo city limits.

Those are among the top stories in the Sept. 27 North Kitsap Herald, available now at newsstands and in stores.

The Sept. 27 Herald has 60 pages in three sections, with the 2013 Fall Home & Garden section, USA Weekend magazine, and local and regional advertising circulars. The Kitsap Week cover story is about the Kitsap Regional Library's unique approach to the One Book One Community program.

Inside the Herald, you'll find local news, Editorial, Letters to the Editor, Sports & Outdoors, guest column by Dave Foote of the United Way of Kitsap, At Your Service Directory, Public Meetings, 6th Avenue Update, Police Calls, Sheriff's Log, Political Notebook, Health & Wellness Directory, North Kitsap Calendar, Obituaries, Newsmakers, Worship Directory, Legal Notices, Engagements, Kitsap Week, Sound Classifieds, Weekend Open Houses, Port of Bremerton's Centennial, Kitsap Calendar, Northwest Wines, Kitsap Week Crossword, Kitsap Week Sudoku, and Gluten Free Foodies.

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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