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  1. In 1968, Raymond logger won Clam Prix for second consecutive yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 25 | Daily World

    Otis Morehead Jr., 19, navy gunner's mate third class on a merchant ship just now is home "fattening up" after a 19-day, 21-hour ordeal in an open lifeboat after his ship was torpedoed and sunk off South Africa. "I was on the bridge ," said Morehead.

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  2. In 1968, Willapa Harbor won District Little League titleRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 27, 2018 | Daily World

    Ross A. Medley, 48, was fatally injured yesterday in a 60-foot fall from a spar tree at the North River camp of the R.A. Medley Tie and Lumber company of which he was owner. He died three hours later at a local hospital.

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  3. More than 10,000 motorcycles expected to roar into Westport, Ocean Shores this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 23, 2018 | Daily World

    PHOTO COURTESY BIKERS AT THE BEACH Biker Babes welcome the Bikers at the Beach at the Ocean Shores Convention Center. This year's even spans July 27-29 and features contests, trick rider exhibitions, live music, the fun and popular biker's challenge, and prizes for the best bike in a number of categories and the best, and worst, tattoos.

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  4. In 1943, bumper crop expected from Sam Benna s pear treesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 5, 2018 | Daily World

    Hugging the banks of the Wishkah river, directly south of the west approach of the Wishkah street bridge, are six silent sentinels. They are pear trees - venerable trees as fruit trees go, as they were planted more than 70 years ago, shortly after Samuel Benn, the city's founder, erected his house and moved his growing family to the site of the city that was to be.

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  5. In 1968, tourists expected to spend over $10 million in Grays Harbor CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    May 29, 2018 | Daily World

    Four Aberdeen school boys, have established an enviable record the past year as school bus drivers according to Carl Quien, bus supervisor of the Aberdeen school district. None of them had been experienced in driving buses before last fall, but all through the winter, in all kinds of weather, the children in the outlying districts were brought to school by them.

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  6. In 1968, high school students plan to canvas for Dollars for ScholarsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 3, 2018 | Daily World

    Jumping from fourth to second place in two days, Weatherwax high school students raised their per capita rating to $12.61 in their war bond and stamp buying contest with six other high schools in various parts of the nation. To encourage students to buy bonds and stamps a "jeep sale" has been planned.

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  7. In 1968, OS marina and adjacent property sells for $1 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 29, 2018 | Daily World

    Fire believed to have been started by sparks from a welding operation, caused damage estimated at from $8,000 to $10,000 early last night at the E.K. Bishop mill, Junction City, halting operation of the plant temporarily. Workmen yesterday were engaged in welding a part of the big crane and it is believed that a fragment of heated metal smoldered in sawdust and caused the fire to start several hours later.

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  8. In 1993, dozens of places on Harbor, now sell espressoRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 8, 2018 | Daily World

    Shoe rationing will not work any hardship, if everyone is allowed three pairs of shoes a year, Harbor dealers declared today. "Three pairs of shoes would be a luxury for the average man," one dealer asserted.

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  9. $114,000 raised at Saturday United Way fundraiserRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 29, 2018 | Daily World

    Charitable citizens contributed $114,000 to United Way Grays Harbor at the 19th annual Black and White Gala held Saturday at the Quinault Beach Resort and Casino in Ocean Shores. The event was "sold out, plus six," said executive director Kelley McDonald at the beginning of the evening.

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  10. Fresh and familiar events coming to Ocean Shores Convention Center in 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 2, 2018 | Daily World

    The Ocean Shores Convention Center has been dark over the holidays, but the lights come back on early in the new year with some semi-new faces and one brand-new event leading a parade of returning favorites. Three new Ocean Shores City Council members will be sworn in at the first regular council meeting of the year, at 6 p.m. next Monday.

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  11. In 1992, Majeskia s students are playing detectiveRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 21, 2017 | Daily World

    First Lieut. Walter T. Leasy, son of Patrolman and Mrs. Hyson Christie of E. Schley street in Aberdeen, has been appointed personnel adjutant at the chemical warfare training center at Camp Merced, Calif., according to word received today from the war department.

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

    Dec 16, 2017 | 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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  13. In 1992, Lohrs have plans for renovating Cooney MansionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 27, 2017 | Daily World

    Boasting it will have the largest scrap iron pile ever seen on the Harbor after Sunday's collections, the Aberdeen Eagles lodge last night challenged any other organization in the city to match it. The pile last night was swelled to approximately five tons and Sunday the Eagles expect to add 10 more tons.

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  14. In 1967, Hoquiam juveniles admit to vandalism and shopliftingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 26, 2017 | Daily World

    Howard "Babe" Fleming, former Aberdeen high school basketball player and a sailor aboard the USS Jarvis , was reported "missing in action" today in a Navy telegram to J.W. Fleming, his father, in Aberdeen. A gun pointer, first class, on the Jarvis , which the Navy yesterday reported missing with all hands following the big Solomon Islands sea fight, Fleming graduated in 1936 from Weatherwax High School and enlisted in the Navy in August 1937.

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