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Tuesday, August 30, 2016

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Macklemore, Lewis thrill Hoquiam throng

Rapper Macklemore and Ryan Lewis had loyal fans lined up for hours waiting to catch their act at the 7th Street Theater in Hoquiam on Monday. ...[Read more]


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‘Kubo and the Two Strings’ a deeply affecting epic adventure

The fourth film by Oregon-based animation studio Laika, may just be its greatest picture yet. ...[Read more]

Failure to launch

Alleged DUI nearly plunges car from boat launch. ...[Read more]

With continuity, expectations are rising for Ocosta

2016 Twin Harbors Football Preview — Ocosta ...[Read more]

Consumer spending rises for fourth straight month as incomes post strong gains

The Commerce Department reported Monday that personal consumption expenditures were up 0.3 percent last month, a solid figurethat was in line with economists’ expectations. ...[Read more]

Local news
Purcell will run against Walsh for 19th Dist. seat in November

Democrat Purcell retained a razor-thin lead over incumbent Rep. JD Rossetti ...[Read more]


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State resumes sale of fishing and hunting licenses

WDFW resumed the sale of fishing and hunting licenses and the state Discover Pass Saturday through about 600 dealers across the state. ...[Read more]

Charges filed after 4-year-old tossed from bridge to river

Video of the Aug. 24 incident was posted to Facebook showing the boy being tossed end over end from the train trestle to the waterbelow. ...[Read more]

Plight of Quinault and other area tribes described by members

Quinault president Fawn Sharp: “This is not a quiet crisis of unmet funding needs — it is a humanitarian crisis.” ...[Read more]

Business
Boeing suggests new weapon in fighting wildfires

With artillery, the patent asserts, retardant could be delivered in a variety of patterns — “a concentration barrage, a creeping barrage,a rolling barrage, or a block barrage” ...[Read more]


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Beach Business: Four differing real estate markets

Inventory remains strong in North Beach area home sales. ...[Read more]

Sports
Mariner bats stay quiet in loss to White Sox

Slumping Mariners held in check in 4-1 loss to White Sox ...[Read more]

Local Sports On The Schedule for Tuesday, Aug. 30

GHC sports on tap ...[Read more]

Sports On The Air for Tuesday, Aug. 30

TV Sports Listing for Tuesday-Saturday ...[Read more]

Sports Brief for Tuesday, Aug. 30

Keating qualifies for LPGA Stage II Q School ...[Read more]

One day after turning 59, Bernhard Langer wins Boeing Classic again

Also champion in 2010, Langer became the second multiple winner of the Boeing Classic, joining Tom Kite. ...[Read more]

Northwest, nation and world
Living and entertainment
Woman copes with anxiety by filtering out bad news

Clearly, America is in a state of turmoil. ...[Read more]

Library Happenings 8.30

Ukulele Music Group will meet at 5 p.m. Tuesday for teens and adults in the Aberdeen Timberland Library ...[Read more]

What’s Happening 8.30

PAWS, 800 W. 1st in Aberdeen will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Wednesdays and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturdays for pet adoptions. To viewadoptable pets online, visit pawsgh.org ...[Read more]

Husband’s longtime friendship is now forbidden by his wife

I recently retired after 26 years of working with a professional partner of the opposite sex. ...[Read more]

Opinion
Brandy Young: Why I stopped assigning homework

Nearly everything about the way we teach children has evolved over the past few decades. ...[Read more]

One thing is certain in the Clinton Foundation scandal: Hillary didn’t avoid the ‘appearance’ of conflict

Even before Hillary Clinton became secretary of state in 2009, it was clear that her family’s charitable enterprise, which depended heavily on donations from foreign governments and corporations, was a potential problem. ...[Read more]

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