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  1. In 1967, body of unidentified young woman found on the beach near Ocean ShoresRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily World

    The machine shop and round-house of the Schafer Brothers car shops at Brady have been re-floored with concrete, lessening a fire hazard and making the setup one of the best of its size in the northwest. The work was done by John E. and Alfred Brunstrom of the Hoquiam Concrete company.

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  2. In 1992, Silverdale couple killed in plane crash on Herbig HeightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily World

    Freda Wellbrook, who joined the WAAC in September, is now acting supply sergeant at Fort Des Moines, Iowa. She orders all clothes for a company, issues them and keeps a record of everything that goes in and out of the supply room.

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  3. 2018 Aberdeen budget includes city administratorRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 14 | Daily World

    The Aberdeen City Council has approved funding to hire a city administrator. It's one of the main additions in the 2018 budget passed by the council at Wednesday's hearing.

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  4. In 1992, Pocklington honored for years of service to Youth and GovernmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 9 | Daily World

    Damaged Monday when struck by a county shovel being moved on a truck, the Olympic highway bridge at Humptulips has been closed to all traffic, the state highway department office in Hoquiam said today. Traffic is being routed via the North Beach road and then north from Copalis Crossing to Humptulips on the old Quinault road.

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  5. In 1942, Harborites buy a quarter-million dollars worth of war bondsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 7 | Daily World

    Seventeen-year-old Harbor high school youths besieged the navy's recruiting sub-station in Aberdeen on the anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack. Most of the boys, the recruiters said, apparently were afraid the navy would stop taking 17-year-olds, and wanted to "get in under the line."

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  6. Birdsall convicted for 2015 rapeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 5 | Daily World

    An Aberdeen man was convicted by a jury in Grays Harbor County Superior Court Friday for his role in the 2015 rape of a Tacoma woman. Tanner Jamy Scott Birdsall, now 21, was 19 when he and another Aberdeen man, Joel Krebs, brought the victim to a residence to play beer pong, according to the victim's initial report to investigators.

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  7. In 1942, Sgt. Stankus is carving out airfields a somewhere in the PacificaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 5 | Daily World

    "Somewhere in the Pacific," on one of Uncle Sam's "unsinkable carriers," Frank Stankus, veteran Aberdeen soldier, is doing "a fine job of keeping 'em flying," as a member of the 804th engineer battalion, according to word received from Lieut. Buese, special services officer with the battalion.

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  8. Capital outguns Aberdeen boys, 73-39Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 2 | Daily World

    An early-season test for Aberdeen proved to be too hard to pass on Friday night at Sam Benn Gym. Hosting Capital, a state 3A qualifier last season and a strong favorite to win the South Sound Conference 3A this season, the Bobcats were close for the first quarter.

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  9. In 1942, jiu jitsu classes offered at Hoquiam YMCARead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 2 | Daily World

    Howard Wilson, former Hoquiam and Washington State College athlete, has just completed the training of his fourth group in jiu jitsu, "the art of sudden violence" at the Hoquiam YMCA. "The classes are made up mostly of boys and men above their 20s," said Oscar Lovgren, YMCA director.

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  10. Winterfest 2017 coming to Zelasko Park on FridayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 29 | Daily World

    Winterfest 2017 kicks off at 5:30 p.m. Friday at Zelasko Park in downtown Aberdeen when Aberdeen Mayor Erik Larson and members of the Winterfest committee deliver their welcoming addresses. The Winterfest trolley will drop off the Robert Gray Glee Club at 5:45 p.m., then be available to shuttle people through the downtown corridor between the park and the corner of Wishkah and Broadway for free.

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  11. In 1992, day after Thanksgiving sales keep Harbor sales people busyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 29 | Daily World

    Mr. and Mrs. John Baecher of West 2nd St. in Aberdeen have four sons in the armed forces and service of the government. This week they learned that Wesley Cronk, who enlisted in the navy in September and received his training at San Diego, is now at a naval electrical engineering school in Minnesota.

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  12. Flink awarded Play it Forward $1,000 music and arts scholarshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 28 | Daily World

    Play it Forward, an Aberdeen nonprofit that supports local musicians and artists with instruments, equipment and scholarships, announced that Mykenzie Flink is the recipient of a $1,000 scholarship for Grays Harbor College. "Through music-centric activities we fund $1,000 Music & Arts Scholarships with a preference given to unaccompanied youth attending Grays Harbor College," said co-founder Wil Russoul.

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  13. In 1967, storms and strong tidal action cause closure of Willapa HarborRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 28 | Daily World

    According to Messingale Music Co. at 105 W. Heron in Aberdeen, the 10 best records of the week are 1. "Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition" 2. "My Devotion" 3. "Strip Polka" 4. "Kalamazoo" 5. 'Manhattan Serenade" 6. "Mister Five by Five" 7. "Ev'ry Night about This Time" 8. "Daybreak" 9. "Moonlight Mood" and 10. "He Wears a Pair of Silver Wings."

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  14. E911 board narrowly passes 2018 budgetRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 27 | Daily World

    The E911 administrative board passed a million dollar 2018 budget last week that ended an attempt to change the funding formula in a way that would have reduced what the county pays and raised municipalities' fees significantly for 911 service. An amendment to retain the longtime funding formula passed by a vote of 4-3.

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  15. In 1992, Loertscher plays significant role in WSU win over UWRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 25 | Daily World

    Amill Yakovich, 24, Aberdeen Marine corps corporal, has been promoted to sergeant and sent overseas to a combat zone, according to word received by his parents Mr. and Mrs. George Yakovich of Montesano. The marine is married to the former Dorothy McKay of Aberdeen and has been in the service since 1940.

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  16. Aberdeen High School Bobcats score second victory in a row in 2017 Food BallRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 18 | Daily World

    Aberdeen made it two in a row as the Bobcats bested Hoquiam High School in the 2017 Food Ball competition that ended Monday. Records were smashed after the weigh-in at the Grays Harbor PUD office in Aberdeen.

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  17. In 1992, AHS grad is awaiting heart transplantRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 18 | Daily World

    The Army will use more lumber than steel in the coming year, Undersecretary of War Robert Patterson said today as he told the men in the Northwest's logging camps and sawmills that they "can render no greater service to the cause of victory that to give us the wood we must have - and give it to us quickly." One hundred and twenty-five million tons of wood will be used by the war program in the next 12 months, Mr. Patterson said.

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  18. In 1967, Friend Rikalo office targeted by arsonistRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 14, 2017 | Daily World

    Don't let anyone tell you that first aid training is a waste of time. We watched Aberdeen high school gridders handle Bob McClelland, end, when he was injured in the Olympia game.

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  19. County approves $20,000 in funds for visitor centerRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 13, 2017 | Daily World

    The Grays Harbor County commissioners approved funding for Greater Grays Harbor Inc. and received bids for the third courtroom expansion. A visitors information center is situated in West Aberdeen near the city limits.

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  20. Aberdeen High School Bobcats score second victory in a row in 2017 Food BallRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 13, 2017 | Daily World

    Aberdeen made it two in a row Monday evening as they bested Hoquiam High School in the 2017 Food Ball competition. Records were smashed after the weigh in at the Grays Harbor PUD office in Aberdeen.

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