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World Gone By: In 1944, Vincent and Kenneth Harmia are home on leave

From the archives of The Daily World

  • Dec 11th, 2019

 

South Beach Bulletin Board

Children’s Christmas Party Gen James H. Doolittle VFW Post 3057 and Auxiliary…

  • Dec 11th, 2019

 

Christmas celebration coming to Grayland Community Hall

The Grayland Community Hall will again celebrate the season with a variety…

  • Dec 11th, 2019

 

‘When Pies Fly’: Author takes mystery out of making pies

Free-form pies have always been a way to turn a little into a lot.

  • Dec 12th, 2019

GH Civic Choir, Concert Band to perform

The choir and band concert will take place Sunday afternoon at the Bishop Center.

  • Dec 12th, 2019

Hotheaded friend dunks man’s toothbrush in toilet

I have shared a friendship for 40 years with a woman who is known for having a quick temper

  • Dec 12th, 2019

Adoptable Pet of the Week: Murphy

Murphy is a big, giant puppy. If he knows what you want…

  • Dec 12th, 2019

Happenings

Events on the Harbor

  • Dec 10th, 2019

World Gone By: In 1994, Calica’s daycare kids donate toys to Salvation Army

From the archives of The Daily World

  • Dec 10th, 2019

Death Notices

Anna Henry, Jeanne Parker, Daniel Gripp, Keeta Zepp, Darlene Dobbs, Steven Lehman

  • Dec 10th, 2019
COURTESY HOQUIAM POLICE DEPARTMENT
                                Aberdeen Police Chief Steve Shumate, left, and Hoquiam Police Chief Jeff Myers with a 2019 Shop with a Cop participant at the Walmart Saturday morning.

2019 Shop with a Cop

The air was pierced with sirens Saturday morning as the county’s police…

  • Dec 11th, 2019
COURTESY HOQUIAM POLICE DEPARTMENT
                                Aberdeen Police Chief Steve Shumate, left, and Hoquiam Police Chief Jeff Myers with a 2019 Shop with a Cop participant at the Walmart Saturday morning.
COURTESY PHOTO
                                Grays Harbor College sponsored its first Small Schools Band Festival on Nov. 20. Five local schools participated. At the end of the day, all 130 students took the stage and played three songs, each one conducted by one of three guest clinicians. The event was sponsored by the Grays Harbor College Foundation, and there was no entry fee to participate. High schools in attendance were Ilwaco, Wishkah, Raymond, Willapa and Ocosta. The clinicians were Erik Curley, Kelsey Thompson and Roger White.

GHC hosts small school bands

COURTESY PHOTO Grays Harbor College sponsored its first Small Schools Band Festival…

  • Dec 11th, 2019
COURTESY PHOTO
                                Grays Harbor College sponsored its first Small Schools Band Festival on Nov. 20. Five local schools participated. At the end of the day, all 130 students took the stage and played three songs, each one conducted by one of three guest clinicians. The event was sponsored by the Grays Harbor College Foundation, and there was no entry fee to participate. High schools in attendance were Ilwaco, Wishkah, Raymond, Willapa and Ocosta. The clinicians were Erik Curley, Kelsey Thompson and Roger White.

2020 “Rainy Day Reviews” set

Next month, the Aberdeen Timberland Library will begin its annual series of…

  • Dec 11th, 2019

Childhood abuse led woman to long life of promiscuity

I was molested by my sister’s husband in 1959.

  • Dec 11th, 2019

Births

Capital Medical Center To Jesica and Tyson Reeves, Aberdeen, a son, Oliver…

  • Dec 11th, 2019

Sneezing too much to enjoy the holidays? A moldy Christmas tree might be to blame

By Katherine Rosenberg-Douglas Chicago Tribune There can be endless debate about the…

  • Dec 10th, 2019

Five ‘epic journeys’

Five ideas sure to tempt your family’s travelers, including one right here in Washington.

  • Dec 10th, 2019

Mom weighs bringing defiant daughter on family vacation

One of our daughters (18) has been rebelling for the last couple of years.

  • Dec 10th, 2019

Headbang on the Harbor returns to the Raymond Theatre Friday

Metalheads can “thrash in” the holiday season on Friday the 13th at…

World Gone By: In 1994, after fire four years ago, Brooklyn Tavern re-opens

From the archives of The Daily World

  • Dec 9th, 2019