MENLO - Fair Manager Dotsi Graves and Fair Board President Mary Jane Doubek offered our readers a first-hand, behind the scenes look on everything you might want to know about what it takes to assemble the Fair together, what vendors will be there, and of course, all the details about food. Graves and Doubek are two of the driving forces of the Fair.
As a result of a generous donation, a late 19th century "New Century Carriage" made by the C.H.Stratton Carriage Company has been added to the Northwest Carriage Museum's historic collection.
When picking up your prescriptions at Sagen's Pharmacy you will have to go inside for at least the next couple of weeks.
Runners from Canada to California converged on Long Beach's Bolstad Beach Approach Saturday, August 1, for the annual Race Against Domestic Violence, a memorial event to honor the memory of Lisa Bonney who was tragically murdered there in 2009 by her former boyfriend Brian Brush.
The South Bend City Council meeting was quick to dispense with the normal agenda but brought out some very valid points during council comments.
During the initial approval of previous minutes and consent agenda paying out over $64,000 one item stood out as the final $14,000 payment the city had to make in restitution for the fraud of Trisha Belcher in 2013.
The 12s' Fan Fest and Beach Party Weekend has kicked off the professional football season in Ocean Shores. Special guest Mama (Delisa) Lynch was invited to the beach to help the raising of the 12th man flag, and the 12s gathered at the convention center on Friday night in anticipation of watching their favorite team test their metal in a pre-season game.
Chicago Tribune Press release December 4, 1954
CHICAGO - A jug band from Menlo, Pacific County, Wash., entertained 1,300 other 4-H boys and girls at breakfast for delegates to the National 4-H Club Congress yesterday.
UFOs (or unidentified fly-in oyster lovers) took advantage of the annual Oyster Fly-In held at the Willapa Harbor Airport in Raymond and brought experimental, prototype and small single engine airplanes together on Saturday August 15.
If you traveled along Highway 6 out of Raymond heading to Pe Ell and beyond this past week you may have seen a few hikers along the road.
Members of the Pacific Harbor Council Boy Scouts of America, Timberland District, were out for the second year in a row on their 50 Miler.
Though it was a topic of discussion prior to the official start of the August 17 Raymond City Council meeting, it was brought up during council comments; speeding on Fowler Street.
The neighborhoods that call home along Fowler Street have been asking for more police presence or anything that may stop the fast pace of vehicles in the 25 mph zone.
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