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Grays Harbor Herald News

A walk down memory lane 9.9.15
A walk down memory lane 9.9.15

It's Loggers' Playday this Saturday, September 12 and we hope you'll head to downtown Hoquiam for the Grand Parade at noon followed by the logging show at Olympic Stadium at 6:00 p.m.

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Crime Reports 9.9.15

Aberdeen
08/18/2015
12:37 PM
1100 Block E WISHKAH
Shoplift
02:31 PM
300 Block W MARKET
Burglary
04:47 PM
2200 Block CHERRY
Theft

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Get ready for Loggers Playday
Get ready for Loggers Playday

The 51st running of Loggers Playday will be held September 12 in Hoquiam.

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Grays Harbor Incident Reports 9.9.15

Montesano
Suspicious person- 1:03pm
A female showed up to the caller's door stating that she was a cleaning lady and that she wanted to clean the caller's house. The caller provided a description of the woman.

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Greater Grays Harbor Business of the Month
Greater Grays Harbor Business of the Month

Greater Grays Harbor, Inc. is pleased to announce Flowers by Pollen as our Business of the Month for August 2015.

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Injury collision on  Sumner Ave at Ontario Street
Injury collision on Sumner Ave at Ontario Street

Hoquiam Police responded to a two-vehicle, injury collision on Sumner Ave at Ontario Street reported at 10:41 am last week when the maroon car, driven by an 80-year old Hoquiam woman pulled into the intersection from Ontario Street where it was struck by the Nissan driven by a 34-year old female from South Bend.

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It's all fluid in River City
It's all fluid in River City

The "River City" homeless camp has had to move locations not once, but twice since the City of Aberdeen has given them an eviction notice to clear out of the area that the homeless occupied next to the Chehalis River.

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Need to Know 9.9.15

7th Annual Westport Blues Festival

Marine toxins

Bradys Oysters

Ocean Shores Arts and Crafts Festival

Chehalis Watershed Festival

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Quick Schedule for Loggers Playday

6 - 11:30 am, Rotary Pancake Breakfast, Catholic Church gym.
10 am - 6 pm, Downtown Street Fair, 7th Street.
Noon - 2 pm, Elks Grand Parade, downtown Hoquiam.
2 - 7 pm, Lions Club Salmon Bake
6 - 10 pm, Loggers Competition, Olympic Stadium

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Running naked through the streets

An Aberdeen man was arrested for indecent exposure in Hoquiam earlier this week after police say he was found running around K Street completely nude. Hoquiam Police Chief Jeff Myers related that Hoquiam Officer Dennis Luce responded to the corner of 6th and K Street around 7:40 pm Monday to find the man with his pants around his ankles.

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