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Ancestral objects, Food Bank grant, counterfeiting arrests, astronaut's visit among top stories
POULSBO — Ancestral objects are returned to the Suquamish Tribe. Agencies team up against counterfeiters. Kingston Food Bank gets a $16,000 grant for rent. Astronaut Richard Gordon visits his namesake school.
Those are the top stories in the Nov. 1 North Kitsap Herald, available now in newsstands and in stores.
The Nov. 1 Herald consists of 44 pages in two sections, with Clip or Click! coupons, USA Weekend magazine, and local and regional advertising circulars. The Kitsap Week cover story is about Kitsap’s independent bookstores and how they are thriving.
Inside the Herald, you’ll find local news, Editorial, Letters to the Editor, At Your Service Directory, Sports & Outdoors, Law & Justice news, 6th Avenue Update, Health & Wellness Directory, North Kitsap Calendar, Legal Notices, Worship Directory, Public Meetings, Kitsap Week Life and Culture, What’s Up This Week, Kitsap Week Crossword and Sudoku, Around Kitsap, Kitsap Calendar, Holiday Happenings guide to seasonal vents, Classifieds, and Weekend Open Houses.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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