Omaha World Herald cartoonist Jeff Koterba’s predictions for 2018. (Cagle Cartoons)

Omaha World Herald cartoonist Jeff Koterba’s predictions for 2018. (Cagle Cartoons)

Readers’ headlines for 2018

Kitsap News Group readers share some headlines they’d like to see in 2018. (If you have a headline you’d like to share, email rwalker@soundpublishing.com)

  • Tuesday, January 2, 2018 10:23am
  • News

Happy New Year, Kitsap!

Kitsap News Group readers share some headlines they’d like to see in 2018. (If you have a headline you’d like to share, email rwalker@soundpublishing.com).

In no particular order …

“America regains her sanity!” — Marg DeFord

“Kitsap Pumas break National Premier Soccer League attendance record” — Kitsap Pumas

“Poulsbo has a plan to solve downtown parking problem” — Kerry Slone

“NK Democrats claim media bias, Herald expands paper’s own editorials to allow both sides to be represented” — Mick Sheldon

“The Hawks rebuild their O Line” — Chris Gunnell

“All schools have secured entrances and security officers” — Secure Our School

“Local Citizen Molly Brunner Wins Lottery; Buys Private Island, Invites No-one” — Molly Brunner

“Trump defects to North Korea. The world rejoices” — Deborah Richardson

“Sideshow Bob leaves Washington state” — Maxine Underwood

“West Seattle Fault Opens, Swallows Bremerton” — Ross B. Marvin III

“Fully funded education produces competent high school grads. Film at eleven” — Nina Bayer

“Peace Declared Throughout the Lands” — Laura Brown

“Trader Joe’s opens Port Orchard location” — Abelard Suarez

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