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Capt. Mark Scoones lends a hand to veterinarians on a 2008 humanitarian mission in Thailand.

West Coast Hearing prepares for move to new building

May 24, 2013 11:13am

ABERDEEN — Dr. Mark Scoones and the staff of the West Coast Hearing Clinic in Aberdeen are on the move to expand the services they offer to their patients.

The clinic, owned and operated by...

Hearing Tips

May 24, 2013 11:13am

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<p>Birdie James stands at her post at the Kalaloch Ranger Station ready to greet the public as they travel Highway 101.</p>

A little Birdie told me … 06/28/12

Sep 19, 2012 5:42pm

If you have ever taken Highway 101 towards Forks and stopped by the Ranger Station in Kalaloch, chances are that you may know this month’s random subscriber.

Working into her 19th summer at...

<p>Joe House cleans one of the portable toilets his company, HB Portables, leases.</p>

It’s a dirty job, but somebody’s gotta do it 07/26/12

Updated: Sep 19, 2012 6:01pm

Many people don’t put a lot of thought into what goes into the toilet, or what happens to it afterward. For House Brothers Construction, that’s an integral part of the job.

Starting in 1984...

<p>Frances Fitzpatrick</p>

Frances Fitzpatrick 07/26/12

Sep 19, 2012 5:49pm

How did 91-year-old Vidette subscriber Frances Fitzpatrick find her way to the Harbor from Birmingham, New York?

France’s brother was in the Army, and she decided that she wanted to serve...

<p>Dave Wells, lead mechanic for Grays Harbor Transit, points out the exhaust system&#8217;s diesel exhaust fluid, which begins a chemical reaction to convert exhaust to harmless nitrogen gas and water vapor. Exhaust particles are incinerated and filtered out before the scrubbed gas vents out. Transit received three new busses, each equipped with the latest in clean diesel technology.</p>

Saving money; saving the world 08/23/12

Sep 19, 2012 5:53pm

You’ll never see black smoke belching out the exhaust of Grays Harbor Transit’s new busses. The three new busses are equipped with the latest in clean diesel technology. Most of the treatment...

<p>Family photos on their dining room table, Paul and Norma Pekola talk about their 66 years together. The pictures had been gathered for a recent family reunion, including the one of Mrs. Pekola as a young girl in front of her.</p>

Couple meets life together 08/23/12

Sep 19, 2012 5:55pm

McCLEARY — Paul and Norma Pekola have been married for more than 66 years.

Amazingly, the kindly couple has also lived in the same home on the Mox Chehalis Road near McCleary all that time...