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  1. WDFW to host meeting on options for 2019 halibut seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 24, 2018 | Daily World

    The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife will host a public meeting in Montesano to discuss management options and select proposed dates for the 2019 statewide halibut season. The meeting will be held from 9-11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 9 at Montesano City Hall, 112 North Main Street.


  2. In 1993, Grays Harbor attractions received lots of publicityRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 29, 2018 | Daily World

    Navy men want good guns and ships to fight the war - and they are not hesitating about helping to buy them, according to word received from Gunner's Mate First Class Howard Anderson, former P.U.D. employe. "Every buddy in my outfit has bought at least $1,000 of war bonds," he wrote in a letter to his wife, Mrs. Willow Anderson.


  3. In 1993, Price Plus remodel included deli and drive up espresso windowRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 28, 2018 | Daily World

    Because many boys and girls wanted to see "The Boy From Stalingrad," arrangements were made to hold it over for the Aberdeen World-D&R theater Kiddies' Krazy Kat Klub matinee tomorrow afternoon. Featuring a cast composed mostly of juvenile starlettes, the picture tells the story of a group of Russian children who did their bit in the defense and helped turn the axis back from the gates of Stalingrad.


  4. In 1943, Harbor fishermen landed 95 tons of tunaRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 23, 2018 | Daily World

    Harbor fishermen are sharing in the tuna bonanza off the Washington and Oregon coasts, buyers said, with some 95 tons delivered in Aberdeen, Hoquiam and at Westport during the past several days. The Harbor fishing fleet today was off the coast on another foray which is expected to swell the season catch.


  5. Jerry D. Wolfe March 14, 1934 a " July 6, 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 21, 2018 | Daily World

    Surrounded by family and friends, Jerry D. Wolfe, 84, passed away after a brief struggle with cancer on July 6, 2018, at the Ray Hickey Hospice House in Vancouver, Wash. Born in Westport, Wash., to Joe and Sarah Hasbrouck, Jerry, the youngest of 11 children, was raised in Cosmopolis, Wash.


  6. In 1943, a Wacs is no place for a sissiea said Wac CosperRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 9, 2018 | Daily World

    Gorman Fox, Westport fisherman, was stricken with infantile paralysis three years ago, he sold his fishing vessel and equipment and was resigned to becoming a landlubber for the rest of his days. This week, he will rejoin the fishing fleet in a trim, new craft of his own design, now being rigged at the Wise Machine Works dock in Hoquiam.


  7. In 1968, Morgan Street a neighborhood cluba held paint partyRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 2, 2018 | Daily World

    Three Aberdeen high school graduates, Paul Vlastelica, Abel Sagen and Louis Cukrov have recently completed navy "boot" camp training at Farragut, Idaho and are now visiting relatives and friends on the Harbor. Sagen, former Bobcat basketball player, hopes to enter the medical unit.


  8. In 1968, Doca s Girls completed unbeaten season in Aberdeen summer softballRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 26, 2018 | Daily World

    West Side medical unit members including doctors, nurses, first aid workers, messengers, nurses aides and canteen workers will report to the new West Side casualty station located in the Royal Cafe building in Hoquiam at 7 o'clock tomorrow night for the civilian defense test raid. The new casualty station, a 20 bed unit fully equipped including a gas decontamination station, will be set up at all times.


  9. 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.


  10. In 1993, Schlahts heralded their joint retirement as a the end of an eraaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 13, 2018 | Daily World

    More than two-thirds of the men who work in the lumber industry in this district live at home and are not granted the supplementary food ration allowed the men in camps by a revised OPA ruling, "Men living at home have to go to the restaurants after their meal at home to get enough meat," said a member of the executive board of local 3-2 IWA. "Many are bachelors and don't have the advantage of being able to pool coupons as a family can."


  11. In 1943, Rev. Ove resigned from Our Savioura s pulpitRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 6, 2018 | Daily World

    Five Fort Lewis soldiers drowned about 7 o'clock last night in waters of South Bay after their army truck, traveling to Westport in a convoy, crashed through the guardrail and plunged into deep water just west of the draw span. Army authorities with the aid of a civilian barge and derrick, were attempting to raise the truck and the victims in it this afternoon.


  12. 23rd edition of Shorebird Festival due April 27-29Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 25, 2018 | Daily World

    One of nature's wonders flies into the Twin Harbors this weekend as the yearly spring migration of hundreds of thousands of shorebirds is celebrated at the 23rd Annual Grays Harbor Shorebird and Nature Festival, Friday through Sunday, April 27 - 29. The event is based this year at Hoquiam Middle School, 200 Spencer St., and as usual at the nearby Grays Harbor National Wildlife Refuge, located next to the Bowerman Field airport. The festival offers a variety of opportunities to observe and learn about a brief but crucial part of the epic journey of shorebirds from their winter homes in South America, that includes a "rest and refuel" stop on the beaches and intertidal flats of Grays Harbor and Willipa Bay.


  13. 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.


  14. In 1943, coming soon to the Harbor a " plywood garbage cansRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 22, 2018 | Daily World

    Aberdeen has been assured of a new $3,000,000 per year industry with a potential market of $6,000,000 a year - if it can obtain the necessary plywood. A company has been formed by a group of Aberdeen men, the necessary capital has been raised, a plant site selected and production could be started on a limited scale within two weeks if materials were available, officials said.


  15. In 1993, a Neither team deserved to lose,a Coach Dickson saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 17, 2018 | Daily World

    Piling up a big first half lead, the Aberdeen Bobcats coasted to an easy 49 to 25 victory over the Shelton Highclimbers last night in Shelton. Officials checked the players closely, with Jastad and Puljan of Aberdeen and Landsaw of Shelton going out on four personals.


  16. Ocean perch stock rebuilt, could lead to more commercial fishing opportunities in 2019Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 20, 2017 | Daily World

    Federal restrictions designed to protect Pacific ocean perch from overfishing have worked well enough for the Pacific Fishery Management Council to consider the fishery "rebuilt," meaning it will relax restrictions. Once the new rules take effect in 2019 it should have significant economic value to the coast, experts say.


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

    Dec 5, 2017 | 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.


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

    Nov 27, 2017 | 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.


  19. Boshear takes top spot in 2017 Vern Coverdale Westport Boat Basin Salmon DerbyRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 15, 2017 | Daily World

    Mike Coverdale of Westport last week announced the winners of the 2017 Vern Coverdale Westport Boat Basin Salmon Derby, which was named after his father, an avid angler. Taking first place was Bill Swaney with a 13.93-pound coho salmon.


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