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The journey of 10,000 eggs

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Peninsula Services helping with Easter Egg hunt.

The journey of 10,000 eggs

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Peninsula Services helping with Easter Egg hunt.

The journey of 10,000 eggs

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Peninsula Services helping with Easter Egg hunt.

The journey of 10,000 eggs

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Peninsula Services helping with Easter Egg hunt.

The journey of 10,000 eggs

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Peninsula Services helping with Easter Egg hunt.

The journey of 10,000 eggs

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Peninsula Services helping with Easter Egg hunt.

The journey of 10,000 eggs

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Peninsula Services helping with Easter Egg hunt.

The journey of 10,000 eggs

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Peninsula Services helping with Easter Egg hunt.

The journey of 10,000 eggs

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Peninsula Services helping with Easter Egg hunt.

The journey of 10,000 eggs

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Peninsula Services helping with Easter Egg hunt.

The journey of 10,000 eggs

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Peninsula Services helping with Easter Egg hunt.

The journey of 10,000 eggs

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Peninsula Services helping with Easter Egg hunt.

The journey of 10,000 eggs

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Peninsula Services helping with Easter Egg hunt.

The journey of 10,000 eggs

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Peninsula Services helping with Easter Egg hunt.

Bringing experience to the soccer field

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t ‘Fun-50s’ soccer team kicks age around like a ball.

Lending hands in far away lands

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t King’s West students to embark on Spring Break mission trips.

The next generation of historians

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t History Day encourages

2008 High School Track & Field Preview

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t BHS seniors Hill, Griffin lead Knights’ caravan.

Tracksters sprinting off season’s starting block

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t King’s West track off and running.

How far will they go?

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Bremerton soccer coach Randy Lund sets the bar high. Success is a product of expectations and Lund doesn’t hope for the best out of his 2008 varsity squad — he expects it.

Knights claim first ‘08 win

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Port Angeles shut down the Bremerton baseball team, defeating the Knights 10-0 Monday. Bremerton mustered only two hits while committing four errors and PA pitcher Jake Madison received plenty of run support en route to the victory.

911 BRIEFS

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At 1:18 p.m. March 19, an officer responded to a domestic dispute at an Austin Drive residence. The caller, a female, said her boyfriend had physically threatened her during a verbal altercation. The dispute began when the female questioned her boyfriend’s ability to land a full-time job, additionally accusing him of laziness around the house. According to the report, the scrutiny upset the man so he packed his bags, threatening to leave with two duffel bags in tow. The woman also said her boyfriend shook his fists at her after she threatened to call the police. He broke a video game case over his knee, yelling, “Call the cops, or this is gonna be your face!” The man was arrested for harassment and booked into jail on $10,000 bail.

CALENDAR

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ICE SKATING: The “Glory Bound: Tribute to America Ice Show” is scheduled for 7 p.m. at the Bremerton Ice Center, located at 1950 Homer Jones Drive. Tickets are $10 adult, $8 military, seniors and students, and free for children under five. Information: call (360) 479-7465.

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