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Top stories: Appletree Cove dredging; $6.8 million for land acquisition, habitat restoration; the Canoe Journey experience

The Kingston Community News, August 2012 edition: 32 pages of local news, Opinion, Letters to the Editor, news and feature columns, Community Calendar, photo pages, and local classified and display advertising.  - Page designed by Richard Walker
The Kingston Community News, August 2012 edition: 32 pages of local news, Opinion, Letters to the Editor, news and feature columns, Community Calendar, photo pages, and local classified and display advertising.
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KINGSTON — Port of Kingston wants dredging at Appletree Cove. The Navy gives Port Gamble S'Klallam $6.8 million for land acquisition and habitat restoration to offset environmental impacts from a proposed weapons handling wharf. Love and honor are part of the Canoe Journey experience.

Those are the top stories in the August edition of the Kingston Community News, available in mailboxes and local stores.

This edition of the Kingston Community News is 32 pages. Inside, you'll find local news, Editorial, Letters to the Editor, Public Meetings, Community Calendar, two pages of photos from the Canoe Journey's visit to Port Gamble S'Klallam, Obituaries, Chamber of Commerce pages, Classifieds, Real Estate, all of your favorite local columnists, and local advertising.

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