Archive for September, 2012


Dear Abby 9/19

Dear Abby: My daughter “Anissa” is 3 and has an older cousin, “Billy,” on my fiance’s side who is 5. Billy has been caught on several occasions showing his “manhood” to little girls, and we recently found out he took Anissa into a pop-up tent and showed her as well. This was not on my […]

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Dear Abby 9/18

Dear Abby: I thought “Arlene” was a close friend until I heard that she and another “friend” had arranged a trip to the theater. Several other women were also invited, but I wasn’t. I should point out that when Arlene and I attended shows in the past, I was always the one buying the tickets. […]

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He’s behind the scenes, working to save fish

For most people on Grays Harbor, the passion and life’s work of Steve Harbell goes unseen and largely unknown. But for anyone in the county who makes their living in the fishing or aquaculture industries or even people who are passionate about the region’s aquatic life, Harbell’s handiwork is everywhere. “It’s not one of those […]

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Monte honors its veterans

The ceremony was hardly over before Patricia and Dianne Willis were at the wall, looking for their husbands’ names. The Marion J. Bogdanovich Veterans Memorial Wall in Montesano was officially unveiled Saturday morning in Fleet Park, and the brothers were among the more than 300 Monte veterans whose names were engraved in the granite. Dianne’s […]

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National Merit students from many area schools

The National Merit Scholarship Corp. has announced this year’s semifinalists in its annual academic competition. The 16,000 semifinalists, including hundreds from Washington state, are among the top scorers on the 2011 Preliminary SAT, and represent fewer than 1 percent of U.S. high-school seniors. The Seattle Times: Local News

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Arts and Entertainment Briefs

G.H Symphony to begin rehearsals Living

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Blues Traveler at D&R on Saturday night

Blues-rock stalwarts Blues Traveler will appear at the D&R Theatre on Saturday night. The show begins at 7 p.m. Tickets are still available and range from $ 20 to $ 90. There is also a special 2-for-1 ticket deal for anybody who can show a Loggers Playday button or ticket stub from last weekend’s Aberdeen-Hoquiam […]

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Ambassador’s death shocks sister, friend, Seattle-area Libyans

Seattle-area Libyans condemned the attack in Benghazi Tuesday that led to the death of the American ambassador, Chris Stevens, whose sister is a doctor at Seattle Children’s. The Seattle Times: Local News

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Turning in the work on and off the track

Joe German has found a simple formula to drive his modified race car around Grays Harbor Raceway, one that has served him well over the past couple of seasons. The formula — spend one hour working on the car off the track for every one lap run on the track — was perfected last season […]

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Senior events

SENIOR INFORMATION & ASSISTANCE/O3A: We look forward to serving you from our offices located at 2700 Simpson Ave., Aberdeen. You supply the questions and we supply the information. We are an information resource for seniors 60 and older. You may stop by for assistance and/or a Senior Resource Directory for Grays Harbor or Pacific County, […]

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