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Looking Back — At the docks

Activities at the Harbor Dock at the foot of F Street in Aberdeen was taken about 1910. The ship in the foreground is unloading trunks, which are being loaded up into a city transfer wagon. Cargo ships often took passengers and this one was probably arriving from San Francisco. It’s moored in the Chehalis River while the two ships and tug in the middle of the photo are docked along the Wishkah. The mill in the background is likely the Wilson Brothers Mill. That area today is the site of the Walmart expansion. If you have any information on this photo or others from this feature, visit www.jonesphotocollection.com and submit it via the websites feedback form.

Angling for the big catch

Saturday marked the beginning of the coho salmon fishing season for the Chehalis River, attracting anglers by land and boat from around the Harbor. Anglers are permitted to keep up to six cohos, including three adults but must release adult chinook.

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Hospital measure passes by a wide margin

Grays Harbor voters have overwhelmingly elected to take over Grays Harbor Community Hospital, triggering increased financial help from the state and likely a property tax levy for hospital operation. Now the question is, what happens next?

McCleary voters shut down police levies

MONTESANO — Voters in McCleary shut down efforts to increase property taxes to benefit local police services Tuesday night. Now, city officials will need to decide where to cut services and whether to eliminate the police department completely and contract for services with the Sheriff’s Office.