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There will be a free shred event on Saturday, June 13 from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. in the parking lot of Timberland Bank, 624 Simpson Ave., in Hoquiam. Everyone is welcome to bring your shred-able documents and papers and watch them safely disappear in the LeMay mobile shredder.

Harbor Wholsale announces deal with Subway

Harbor Wholesale Foods, which originated in Aberdeeen but is now headquartered in Lacy, recently announced a five-year distribution agreement with Subway restaurants, serving 400-plus stores throughout western Washington and southeast Alaska. Harbor will deliver food products to franchise owners of the largest restaurant chain in the world from as far north as the Canadian border to as far south as Toledo, Wash.. The partnership means 28 additional people to support the new business, which is about a 10 percent increase in staff for the 92-year-old, family-owned company.
 

Learn how to stand a watch May 29 in Port Townsend

Maritime workers can learn how to stand a watch May 29 in Port Townsend in a workshop on navigation, radar, depth sounding — and when to wake your skipper. The Washington Sea Grant, the Northwest Maritime Center and WSU Jefferson County Extension will co-sponsor the workshop on basic watch standing. Topics covered will include:

New owners for Tully’s in Hoquiam

Greater Grays Harbor Inc. and local business leaders staged a ribbon cutting ceremony last week for the Tully’s Coffee in Hoquiam, under operation by new owners Prabhu Subramaniam and Anitha Swaminathan (Anitha Prabhu), who, along with their daughter, cut the ribbon.