Events Wednesday Nov. 19 to Tuesday, Nov. 25
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Smart Driver , formerly known as AARP Driver Safety Course, will be offered from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Monday and Tuesday, Dec. 1 and 2 at the Montesano Timberland Library. Senior citizens completing the course may qualify for reductions in their auto insurance. The cost is $20 per person/$15 for AARP members. For more information and to pre-register, call Danny Wills at 249-8249.
75 years ago
To many, John Tornow was an infamous outlaw. He’s accused of killing his nephews a century ago. He led police on a 19-month manhunt and killed four deputies who chased him down through the dark and muddy woods of the Wynooche, with the tragic story ultimately ending in an ugly shootout in 1913 with Tornow dead.
75 years ago
How do you hide black beans in brownies, chia seeds in pudding or avocado in truffles? Beat them into submission with a food processor.
The Senior Nutrition Program, conducted by the Coastal Community Action Program of Aberdeen, regularly serves lunches at noon at:
The 21st Annual Grayland Cranberry Harvest Festival, set for this Saturday, Oct. 11, and Sunday, Oct. 12, centers around the historic Grayland Community Hall built by Finnish cranberry farmers in 1930.
While the experienced surfers headed out to the big breaks to try to catch the perfect wave, last weekend, young kids ages 6-14 had a chance to surf, some for their first times.
As the leaves begin turning colors, fall to the ground and crunch under your shoes, as the evening light fades and the air slowly cools, we find ourselves desiring warmth inside and out. For the outside, grab that wool sweater from high on your closet shelf, build a fire from sticks that have fallen to the ground, sit close and cuddle up with your favorite people.
Re-vision Hoquiam invites everybody to lace up the walking shoes, adjust the bike seat, charge the smartphone and, if so inclined, put on some zombie makeup and head downtown this weekend.
It’s a fact that cats hate going to the veterinarian and cat owners hate taking their cat to the vet’s office. Studies indicate that 60% of cat owners report that their cat hates going to the veterinarian and 38% of cat owners report that they get stressed just thinking about bringing their cat to the practice. But, providing good health care for your cat can allow your cat to live a longer, more comfortable life. However, this cannot happen unless your cat sees his veterinarian for needed care. Here are some suggestions to help make your cat’s visit to the veterinarian easier on you and your cat.