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Pilot's condition, principal on leave, Sound Brewery's expansion among top stories
POULSBO — The principal of Poulsbo Elementary School is on leave after she used the N-word in separate discussions with a student and his parents. The pilot of a small plane that crashed in Poulsbo is in the ICU at Harborview Medical Center. Sound Brewery gives up on buying the former Courtesy Ford site.
Those are the top stories in the Jan. 24 North Kitsap Herald, available at newsstands and in stores.
The Jan. 24 Herald consists of 40 pages in two sections, and includes USA Weekend magazine (Super Bowl recipes that will bowl you over), and lots of savings in our local and regional advertising circulars. The Kitsap Week cover story is about the upcoming Winter Rendezvous in Poulsbo, organized by Motorsports Hall of Famer Chip Hanauer.
Inside the Herald, you’ll find local news, Editorial, Letters to the Editor, Public Meetings, part two of a guest column by Sarah van Gelder, At Your Service directory, Sports & Outdoors, a photo page of the Seahawks rally at Poulsbo Village Albertsons, coverage of the Suquamish Elementary School MLK Day assembly, North Kitsap Calendar, Worship Guide, Kith & Kin, Obituaries, Sheriff's Log, Police Calls, Health & Wellness Directory, Legal Notices, Scene & Heard, Kitsap Week Life and Culture, What’s Up This Week, Around Kitsap, Kitsap Week Crossword, Kitsap Week Sudoku, "Blue Friday" Seahawks page, Kitsap Calendar, Gluten-Free Foodies, Northwest Wines, Dining & Entertainment Guide, 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 email@example.com.
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