Archive for February, 2012


Faces of Faith — Find a church, find a family

Dear Godly People of Grays Harbor: We are blessed to have wide variety of churches in our community. They are full of loving people led by faithful clergy. Give yourselves and your families the greatest gift imaginable — go find a church family where you will be loved and spiritually fed. Living

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Man held in the death of North Beach man

Grays Harbor authorities have arrested a 23-year-old Aberdeen man in connection with the death of a Moclips man found lying in a ditch off Highway 109 on Thursday. Undersheriff Rick Scott identified the deceased man as Richard Luce, 51, a longtime resident of the area. Investigators reported Luce was found along Otis Avenue in Moclips […]

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Residents turn out to tell city about drugs and other concerns

A small but vocal crowd turned out at the first two community meetings this week in Aberdeen, asking questions about drug houses, sidewalks, streets that need repair and what it would take to have an increased police presence. There were about 20 people, many of those council members and city staff, at Wednesday’s community meeting […]

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Dear Abby 2/15

Dear Abby: I married “Andy” a year ago. He has three children from a prior marriage. He had a vasectomy eight years ago, but promised he’d have it reversed so we could have a child together. He didn’t get around to it, but I’m pregnant anyway. At first we felt it was our miracle baby. […]

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An octopus blind date!

The Seattle Times: Local News

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Westport Light Trail — What more could one ask for?

Crashing ocean surf, snow-peaked mountains on the horizon, wind-whipped dunes, the state’s tallest lighthouse, a flotilla of fishing vessels and myriad restaurants and shops: what more could one want in a hike? How about handicap accessibility? Yup. Got that too. Living

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Vying publishers see more reward than risk in Amanda Knox’s book

Book publishers are treading on tricky ground as they vie for the rights to publish Amanda Knox’s memoirs. The Seattle Times: Local News

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Fresh fromthe Market — A crabby Valentine’s Day

Having been happily married for a number of years, my expectations of Valentine’s Day have evolved beyond the giddy romanticism of youth. But then, I never did fall for the commercial push of equating spending money as the way to win a lover’s heart. I liked the innocent times of exchanging homemade Valentine’s cards with […]

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Dear Abby 2/10

Dear Abby: There is an ongoing issue between my husband and me. It’s his disregard for my personal safety. Our large city is known for its heavy, fast traffic and impatient drivers. “Jon” is a good driver. He likes to drive in the left (passing) lane on the highway or tollway, usually about five miles […]

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Marijuana legalization initiative set to go on Nov. ballot

A measure to create a state-licensed system for the sale of marijuana will be voted on in November after the Legislature declined to act on it. The Seattle Times: Local News

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