Damian Mulinix

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Seen on Walks: A minus 25-pound feat

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LONG BEACH — After a year of sharing the things I come across while walking my dog every day, this is where we part. It’s been a fun journey and I think I’ve accomplished what I set out to do —...

Seaview ‘magical spot’ for Lose Yr Mind fest

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SEAVIEW — Walking up to the pavilion at the Sou’wester Lodge Saturday, the heavy reverb sounds of Plastic Cactus could be heard bouncing off the myriad aluminum sided Airstream’s and other classic tr...

Hilltop hires full-time counselor

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ILWACO — When Betsy Quay, a lifelong east-coaster, decided she was ready for a change, she looked across the U.S. to find it.

“I thought I’d try out the West Coast,” she said recently i...

How deep was the mud?

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SEASIDE — As Ilwaco junior Ghannon Wheldon entered the water hazard on the hard course of Saturday’s Three Course Challenge Cross Country meet at Camp Rilea National Guard Base in Seaside, he had to think q...

Comets keep it close with South Bend

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SOUTH BEND — According to Naselle volleyball coach Bekah Wirkkala, her team “definitely plays with grit.”

“Their motto this great is ‘grind together, shine together,’ȁ...

R&B in OP: IHS jazz band helps open Peninsula’s newest music fest

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OCEAN PARK — The Ilwaco High School Jazz Band had a different look last Friday night, as they helped open the inaugural Peninsula R&B Festival at the Beach Barons’ Wilson Field in Ocean Park.

With...

Kara Powell new OPS principal

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OCEAN PARK — Kara Powell likes small communities. Despite coming to her new job as principal at Ocean Park School (OPS) from a school in urban Spokane, she’s spent most of her career in education (and her l...