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New year takes flight

Published on January 2, 2018 4:20PM

A small group gathered near the Sid Snyder beach approach Monday, Jan. 1 to light paper lanterns and commemorate the New Year. The lanterns are illegal in Washington state becuasse they pose a fire-risk. The nearly summer-like weather over the weekend that brought a throng of visitors to south Pacific County.

LUKE WHITTAKER/Chinook Observer

A small group gathered near the Sid Snyder beach approach Monday, Jan. 1 to light paper lanterns and commemorate the New Year. The lanterns are illegal in Washington state becuasse they pose a fire-risk. The nearly summer-like weather over the weekend that brought a throng of visitors to south Pacific County.

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A ‘Supermoon’ rose Monday evening over Long Beach, prompting many people to stop and watch the unusual astronomical event. The moon generated some of the year’s highest “king tides.”

LUKE WHITTAKER/Chinook Observer

A ‘Supermoon’ rose Monday evening over Long Beach, prompting many people to stop and watch the unusual astronomical event. The moon generated some of the year’s highest “king tides.”

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New year takes flight



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