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The annual Cranberry Festival drew about 2,000 people to the Grayland Community…
It was great for all of us to get together … but this wasn’t purely a social visit.
Next Saturday, the Friends of the Aberdeen Museum will honor John Larson — longtime director ofthe Polson Museum in Hoquiam — as their Harborite of the Year. That’s not irony; it’s community.
On Sept. 24, Rachel Wakefield of Taholah became the 50,000th person to visit the Museum of the North Beach.
Aberdeen artist Mery Swanson received a pleasant surprise last week as she was preparing to launch her latest large-scale endeavor.
“Cabaret,” set in a Berlin nightclub in the early 1930s, debuted on Broadway in 1966.
The Aberdeen Revitalization Movement will host its inaugural Summerfest on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Grays Harbor Pride is moving inland — which might seem illogical, given this year’s pirate theme.
This is Julayne Fleury’s sixth year directing the group’s summer musical.
The Aberdeen All Class Reunion, celebrating Weatherwax High School’s 110th year, is just a week away.
Four years after adding the Art Attack Fun Run to the annual ArtWalk agenda, the organizers are expanding it even further for the event’s 20th anniversary.
With so much progress being made, I barely noticed for the first week that I wasn’t getting any mail.
John Hughes, the state’s chief historian, is putting together a series of in-depth profiles of Washingtonians who made a difference during turbulent times 50 years ago.
Dale Dineen is busily harvesting her lavender field west of Hoquiam.
“Mamma Mia,” Brad Duffy’s final production for Grays Harbor College, opens Friday…
This weekend, the Aberdeen library is inviting the public to a 50th birthday party for its wise old greeter.
With 20 to 30 vendors signed up to participate this summer, you’d think it would take a committee to run this operation. But you would be wrong.
After what might be called a last-minute change, the Driftwood Players will open their summer production on Friday.
This past weekend, I packed up my motel room in Centralia — cats and all — and made that 55-mile commute for the last time.
In the wake of the fire that destroyed the museum, “we really need to get people together,” said co-chair Karen Rowe.