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WHH - Front Page

Willapa Harbor Fest growing in success
The community turned out in big numbers for the Willapa Harbor Festival Parade. Some estimated as many as 4,000 people attended, one of the largest crowds the town has seen for a parade.
Willapa Harbor Fest growing in success

The community of Raymond was treated this past weekend with the annual Willapa Harbor Festival.


Residents were entertained with a parade, live music, plenty of food and drink as well as a softball tournament and a mud run.

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Grays Harbor Herald Front Page

Art walk colors Aberdeen
Art walk colors Aberdeen

The 17th annual Aberdeen Art Walk and Rod Fest was held on July 24 and 25 with plenty to show the community. Outside of the cars lining the downtown streets of Aberdeen hosted by the Midnight Cruizers, vendors and art of all kinds entertained the community and travelers who happened through the event.

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Reach and Rise formulating in Grays Harbor
Reach and Rise formulating in Grays Harbor

Starting in 1992 at a YMCA in San Francisco, California, the Reach and Rise program is coming to Grays Harbor.


After its humble start the program has now grown into 38 states and continues to expand. Sy Vanissaveth, Reach and Rise Program Director, is currently building the program for Grays Harbor County and is seeking mentors to be matched with youths ranging from ages 6 -17.

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Drones can help in a time of need
Drones can help in a time of need

Aerial Photography Service is banking on the fact that they can deliver a safer environment for several industries in the Harbor.

John Adolphsen and Tracy Brumfield are starting to make a splash in the Harbor with A.P.S. their aerial photography service that will provide a different view of things from the skies above.

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Need to Know 8.5.15

Including: Evans Street repaving, 10th National Prescription Drug Take Back day, First Friday, Woof-a-thon, The Grays Harbor County Fair and Sunset Concert Series...

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GH Columns

Elma News 8.5.15

Tourism dollars, a tax on hotels, RV Parks and travel clubs are the funds that have helped make the Elma Visitor's Center a very active and viable organization. The Flying A station at Third and Main in Elma is well equipped to give visitors and local people information about things to see in this area.

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Grays Harbor Sports

Aberdeen Parks and Recreation coed softball standings
Aberdeen Parks and Recreation coed softball standings

Current standings as of July 30.

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GH Community

Six Rivers Gallery, Double Take

The Six Rivers Gallery in Hoquiam will be offering a special exhibit called "Double Take".


"Our upcoming 'Double Take' show is a good place for you to begin to get familiar with our artists," said Jenny Fisher, "for this show artists are pairing up to produce collaborative pieces of art. For example a writer and a painter can be both producing pieces on a common theme, or a photographer and a graphic artist are depicting the same scene."

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GH News of Record

Marriage Licenses 8.5.15

Jonathan L. Parsons, 38, Olympia, Kayla D. Larsen, 28, Tacoma.
Joshua G. Genn, 40, Santa Ana, Calif., Jessica L. West, 29, Hemet, Calif.

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GH Local News

Aberdeen Police Officers Investigate Injury Collision
Aberdeen Police Officers Investigate Injury Collision

On July 27 at about 3:43 pm, officers from the Aberdeen Police Department responded to a report of a vehicle vs. pedestrian collision at the intersection of Oak Street and Simpson Avenue Officers were further informed that the pedestrian had been in a motorized wheelchair which was currently still under the vehicle.

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