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

    Tuesday Jan 2 | 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.


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

    Thursday Dec 21 | 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.


  3. 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.


  4. 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.


  5. 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.


  6. In 1967, Raymond logger has winning time in a Clam PrixaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 25, 2017 | Daily World

    An increase in wages was granted hotel, restaurant, beer parlor and fountain workers in Raymond as a result of negotiations completed between an AFL union committee representing Willapa Harbor managements and workers affiliated with the Washington state restaurant association. The advance provided a straight 10 percent increase for dish washers, fountain lunch workers and waitresses and 25 cents a day increase for dinner cooks, fry cooks, bar tenders, bar maids and combination workers.


  7. In 1992, Sheriff Morrisette speaks to Footprinters about BigfootRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 27, 2017 | Daily World

    "A small neighbor of mine has just given me a demonstration of patriotism that brought tears to my eyes," writes Carolyn Wager in a letter to the editor. "Little Jersey Hashbrouck is eight years old.


  8. In 1967, Harbor Thriftway concocts 375-pound cake in honor of Pat Boone Golf ClassicRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 21, 2017 | Daily World

    Moclips has lost its entire high school and grade school teaching staff and Superintendent Moawad must start the school year with all new teachers. Doug Dreeszen, coach, has joined the marines; Walter Moberg, the navy, Vincent Amen soon will be in the service too; Russell Copeland is going into defense work; Betty Lou Schultz was listed as having resigned and Mildred Eastland has married.


  9. Geraldine a oeGeria Ruth Offrink Stubb1948-2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 30, 2017 | Daily World

    Geri was born and raised in Michigan, and was a long time resident of Grays Harbor County. She approached life with great strength, optimism, and generosity.


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