Is there such a thing as the perfect companion? Can perfection in another be found? Are we perfect enough for our partners?
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Coastal Washington readers are very familiar with the works of Ocean Shores journalist Gene Woodwick.
I have this “kinda, sorta” rule that says that I don’t write about any given holiday on any given holiday, because (a) a lot of other folks are usually already doing that, and probably doing it better, and (b) most of us are so sick of hearing about whatever-it-is by then that I don’t want to contribute to collective gagging.
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Hoquiam residents Brianna Nicole Greer and Michael Gabriel Hall were married Sept. 26, 2015 at the United Church of Christ in Aberdeen with Rev. Rick Moyer officiating at the ceremony.
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The last few weeks we’ve been talking about real estate in Grays Harbor. So far, we’ve focused on various areas of the Harbor, talked with an appraiser and let you know that the real estate market is warming up around here.
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Arvind Khetia, Hindu and an engineer: Now more than ever before, we are living in an environment where we come across people of different faiths. Ignorance about that faith can result in fear, hatred, intolerance and even violence. It is essential that one learns about other faiths, to foster an environment of understanding and mutual respect.
As you should know by now, I write a column on taxes every January since that’s when we should all be starting to pull our paperwork together. If you have not done so before, be sure to take advantage of tax credits. In this community we have a lot of low- to moderate-income working families and individuals who qualify for some or all of these credits—many of whom fail to claim these credits. This is the time to mention to family, friends and neighbors they should look into this.
For the Pearsalls, public safety is more than just an occupation, it’s a family tradition.