Archive for July, 2012


Church Events 7/21

The Daily World is happy to print your church information. Sunday events and special events only. For mid-week services, call the church. Deadline for this page is noon on Wednesday. Send to kbarkstrom@thedailyworld.com BETHEL BIBLE BAPTIST Living

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Up the Beach — Fireweed in bloom

Magenta blossoms of fireweed are a welcome summer sight along the roadways and clearcuts on the North Beaches. Mmm. Any kid running in summer sunshine knew what fireweed in bloom meant — hot, baking powder biscuits fresh from the oven with fireweed honey. It also meant pools of fresh butter melting on the biscuit if […]

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Coroner’s inquest in Walla Walla store shooting

Walla Walla County Coroner Richard Greenwood has called for an inquest to answer questions about the fatal shooting of a man during an apparent burglary of a store in the city of Walla Walla. The Seattle Times: Local News

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Old military bomb found in potato bin in Quincy

Police say an explosive found in a potato bin at a processing plant in Quincy Wednesday morning was an old military device that was apparently left over from practice bombing runs years ago in Eastern Washington. The Seattle Times: Local News

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Teen accused of murder appears in court

The teen accused of stabbing an Aberdeen man to death on Saturday made his first court appearance today, charged as an adult with second-degree murder. Teddy Joseph McKay Bryan, 16, is held with $ 500,000 bail. He is accused of stabbing a man after an argument about a girlfriend early Saturday morning in Hoquiam. Jon […]

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Stanford road show to nurture kids’ creativity stopping in Aberdeen

It’s a simple old saying: If at first you don’t succeed, try again. But Stanford student Jason Chua and his classmates noticed that young students didn’t seem to be applying it. “A lot of students don’t really feel in control of their educations. When they reach a problem, they get stuck and kind of wait […]

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The bears are back in town

The 53rd annual Bear Festival swept through McCleary this weekend, featuring classic Bear Stew, a car show, the grand parade and fun and games for local families. Local

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Month-long Simpson Ave. Bridge closure coming this fall

The Simpson Avenue Bridge will be closed for repairs again, likely starting in early October and lasting about four weeks. Some repairs are already under way to stabilize the bridge piers. The City of Hoquiam and business leaders are already talking about options for heading off the kind of problems they saw in 2010 when […]

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Things looking up for festival

Marla Miller has seen the world because of kite flying but believes there is no place like the Southwest Washington coast to showcase the passion she finds in the wind. “In the Grayland and Westport area, we have some of the best flying winds in the world,” the president of the Westport Windriders kite club […]

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WA school official resigns after racial remark

The superintendent of the Tukwila School District has resigned following an investigation into alleged racial remarks. The Seattle Times: Local News

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