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Funds could help purchase park land near Dogfish Creek.
"One swimmer, Salwei, will go to state "
The Kitsap County Commissioners races have received more than their usual share of attention during this election cycle. That's partly because of the Home Rule issue being on the same ballot and the pent-up frustrations over looming shoreline regulations.
"Over 1,100 attend annual First Lutheran lutefisk dinner. "
"KINGSTON - After months of debate, delay and data gathering, the Kingston Skatepark will be located along the Lindvog Road extension on an area near the water sewage treatment plant. The 20,000 square-foot area meets all of the criteria county officials said. "
But contractor and city still at odds over which party will foot the bill.
"Lincoln may not have had a skateboard, but he must have been thinking of the Kingston Skatepark when he said, You can't please all of the people all of the time. A decision needs to be made now. "
Candidates for the 23rd Legislative District Seats and County Commissioners came to talk in Hansville.
"Shipley, back from Olympics, recalls his third try for gold"
Poulsbo residents can fill a dumpster instead.
Sixth-graders could be moved under new proposal.
"Task force ideas discussed, disputed. "
Massage therapist seeks to revitalize body while educating the mind.
"Phil Rockefeller, Democratic candidate for the 23rd District House seat, deserves your vote in the upcoming general election. "
One more year with the Huskies for the NKHS grad.
80 acres of land preserved from future development.
Movie times for Kitsap County.
Property rights and salmon hot button issues.
"Don Nakata died on Tuesday. But, the spirit of Kaizen lives on. Nakata, president of Town & County Markets, suffered a major stroke while vacationing with his wife Ellen in Louisiana, where he died at Lafayette General Hospital. The couple was enjoying a bus tour and had told their friends how excited they were to have a chance to see the Mississippi River. "
"KCAC delays decision, needs more information. "