Reader’s Choice: GraysHarborTalk’s Most-Read Stories in May

Spring has finally sprung! Harborites are venturing outside now that the skies have brightened. But, during our soggy May, readers have been enjoying the positive stories about people, places, businesses and events published by GraysHarborTalk. Below are the most-read stories from May along with our Editor’s Pick you won’t want to miss.

1. Dennis Company

Randy and Brent Dennis are the current generation at the helm of the five locations of Dennis Company. Photo credit: Gregory E. Zschomler

Locals know and love the Dennis Company. It’s the go-to place for clam guns, school clothes and a new toaster. What’s not to love? This article by Harborite Gregory Zschomler was by far our most-read story this month showing the local love of this long-time, family-owned company.

2. Elma High School Track Heads to State Loaded with Freshman Talent

The Elma High School track team features six freshman who will compete at the Class 1A state championships in Cheney.
Photo credit: Bryan Schneider

This sport story by Grant Clark catalogued the amazing achievements by the Elma High School track team this season and the remarkable number of high-achieving freshman on the team. The group had a great showing at the meet and, with so many underclassman, will be a team to watch in the future.

3. Seth Bridge Continues North Beach Track Tradition

North Beach senior Seth Bridge was the defending 2B state champion in the discus and secured the Hyaks fourth consecutive title in the event this year as well as taking the state title in shot pu. Photo credit: Grant Clark

Seth Bridge, a senior at North Beach, followed in the family tradition of throwing excellence for the Hyaks. He secured the state title for 2B shot put with a personal record of 56-05.25  and discus with a throw of 173-02, capping of a stellar high school career. Readers loved Grant Clark’s overview of the Bridge family tradition and Seth’s quest for the state title.

4. Editor’s Pick: 9 Instagram-Worthy Destinations in Grays Harbor

Even in the rain, the pictures from Colonel Bob can be quite dramatic.
Photo credit: Douglas Scott

Grab your phones and your selfie sticks. These nine Instagram-ready destinations shared by Douglas Scott will fill your feed with glorious views, gorgeous scenery and epic adventure photos. Tuck this list in your back pocket and get outside this spring.

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