The Aberdeen Boy Scout Troop 4005 would like to send a heartfelt Thank You to all the folks that supported our annual spaghetti feed. It was a huge success! Special thanks to Jay’s Farm Stand, Michael’s Meats, Franz Bakery, Grocery Outlet, and The Daily World for their contributions for this event.
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Thank you to all those who supported this years Saginaw Logging Day Show. To Port Blakely and the Snell Crane crew for always being there: To the vendors and sponsors, Bob Shulls and those from North River Grange, Sunny Thompson and Jacob Weber for the opening ceremony, Jeff Fetter and those from Buckley who brought their Hot Saws and Lou Parsons and the gang for bringing the Steam Donkey. To all the loggers, to Jim Welch and Terry Edwards, Regi Mayes and Dave Zepp for the preparations and behind the scenes help. To Warren and Ciara Brough, for continuing to keep this great event going. To The Daily World and Vidette for a great job covering this event. To everyone who came to see the show.
On Thursday, Oct. 16, I attended one of the public scoping meetings regarding the Grays Harbor Rail Terminal (GHRT) Project proposed by U.S. Development Group LLC to be located on Paulson Road in Hoquiam.
Vickie Raines is the right leader at the right time.
Keith Olson, in my opinion, should be elected for Grays Harbor County Commissioner this November of 2014.
It’s unfashionable to express sympathy for politicians these days, but spare an ounce of charity for all those officeholders trying to come up with reassuring responses to the terrifying — but so far, exaggerated — problem of Ebola in the United States.
So how scared should we be about the worldwide Ebola virus crisis?
If you’re confused by the plethora of polls purporting to measure the key 2014 midterm Senate and House races, you’re not alone. You’d probably do better by ignoring the numbers and reviewing midterm election history.
From promoting fiscally responsible budgets, to working with constituents to solve problems, to developing positive relationships that get results our entire county needs, being a county commissioner is a tough job. We believe that Vickie Raines has proven that she has the skills to serve our entire county as commissioner. An independent voice, Vickie is a leader for all of us who listens and recognizes the importance of working together for the success of our rural counties. She understands the need for family wage jobs, economic growth and protection of property owner’s rights. It is refreshing to have a leader who is not concerned about party politics, but rather understands that jobs and economic opportunities are what our communities need.
On Thursday, Oct.r 16, over 150 people attended the environmental impact statement scoping meetings in Aberdeen and Elma for the US Development (Grays Harbor Rail Terminal, LLC) proposal to build a crude oil storage terminal that would receive 1.89 million gallons of crude oil by rail per day and transfer this oil into ships that would travel through Grays Harbor Estuary and along the coast. The proposed terminal would be located directly adjacent to the Grays Harbor National Wildlife Refuge. When added to the two other proposed crude oil terminals, the result would be approximately 3 additional trains, each over a mile and a half long traveling through Centralia to Hoquiam per day, carrying 6.8769 million gallons of Bakken crude oil and/or Alberta tar sands into Grays Harbor.
It is indeed interesting times that we live. The citizens of Washington state are faced with a choice between voting for Initiative 594, which will place new restrictions on the sale or transfer of firearms, or Initiative 591, which is designed to limit the government’s ability to restrict the terms of the second amendment in any way.
The owners of the Pourhouse in Aberdeen wish to clarify the current status of the property known as the Pourhouse on Wishkah Street. Numerous reports and social media postings have indicated that the Pourhouse is sold, off the market; or that there are plans to tear down this historic building; these reports are wholly inaccurate.
Did the First Amendment ever have a more stylish defender — and one who made more effective use of it — than Ben Bradlee?
Police chiefs typically stay out of politics as it is our job to deliver professional and effective law enforcement services, regardless of affiliation or vote.
It was with dismay that I read of the Washington Public Ports Association letter of “censure” to Olympia Port Commissioners George Barner and Sue Gunn. It is exactly their job to presume to inform another port commission that a grave error in judgment has been made and to urge them to rethink that position in light of the damage that will be done to their own operations and the constituency they represent.