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Monday, August 29, 2016

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Hoquiam High School program helps freshmen fit in

Hoquiam High School kicked off its initial GrizzlyFusion mentoring program this week with one day of training Thursday and another of games and activities on Friday. ...[Read more]


Expectations weight heavy on veteran-laden Hoquiam football

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

Local news
Rapper Macklemore coming to the 7th St. Theatre Monday.

Nationally renowned rapper Macklemore will perform to a sold out crowd at Hoquiam’s 7th Street Theater Monday night. ...[Read more]


Mike Hashimoto: It’s tough to be a Republican these days

Donald Trump, whose entire primary campaign seemed built on touting his poll standing and saying whatever poppedinto his head, hasn’t led Clinton in a single national poll for more than a month. ...[Read more]

Christine Flowers: Disgusted by anti-Catholic rhetoric of campaign

I won’t allow slurs against my faith to be justified by irrelevant and off-point debates about illegal immigration. ...[Read more]

Patrick Reed stays ahead of the field after second round at The Barclays

The cream inevitably rose toward the top of The Barclays leader board in the second round Friday at Bethpage Black to set up what promises to be a weekend survival test. First-round co-leader Patrick Reed started fast an...[Read more]

Clint Dempsey being evaluated for irregular heartbeat

Dempsey will be out for Sunday’s match vs. Portland ...[Read more]

Sports Briefs for Saturday, Aug. 27

Sports Briefs: Hole in one, free fishing ...[Read more]

The Fishing Corner: Cross your fingers for good fortune at fall salmon season

Western Washington fishing report from Larry Dublanko ...[Read more]

Grays Harbor Birds — Wandering Tattler

Wandering Tattler (Heteroscelus incanus) ...[Read more]

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Living and entertainment
Guest’s behavior at wedding earns no thanks from bride

During my wedding reception a month ago, one of the guests (a friend of my mom’s) poured a glass of water on the DJ’s laptop because he felt the music was too loud and he wanted it shut down. ...[Read more]

More tales from the days of prohibition

Here are some more stories from the pages of the past and the way alcohol was dealt with by the local manufacturers, suppliers, tipplers and law enforcement. ...[Read more]

What’s Happening 8.27

National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, Robert Gray Chapter have scheduled a potluck lunch at 11:30 a.m.Thursday at the Polson Museum followed by a meeting at noon. ...[Read more]

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