GraysHarborTalk’s Most-Read Stories of September

September is a month of change. A change from summertime freedoms to the schedules of fall. A change from backyard barbeques to pumpkin patches and salmon fishing. One thing that doesn’t change? GraysHarborTalk continues to bring readers positive stories about where Harborites live, work and play. Below are this month’s most-read stories – the ones you, the readers, liked most. And, don’t miss our Editor’s Pick.

1Kylan Touch Re-writes Aberdeen Football Record Book

Kylan Touch is one of the top returning offensive players this year in the 2A Evergreen Conference. Touch rushed for more than 1,000 yards as a junior in 2016. Photo credit: Grant Clark

This young man is breaking records and inspiring a team. Aberdeen’s Kylan Touch is having a tremendous season and it’s just getting started. Readers will excited to read about the Bobcat’s accomplishments and Grant Clark’s story about Kylan was the most-read story this month.

2When the President Came to Grays Harbor

Crowds gather around the vehicle carrying President Franklin D. Roosevelt as he passed through Grays Harbor in 1937. Photo courtesy: the Polson Museum

This interesting history story about when FDR made his historic visit to Grays Harbor County and designated the Olympic National Park had readers reminiscing on social media and sharing this article with friends. Do you have a story about the president’s visit? Douglas Scott once again gives Harborites an interesting read about our long-standing community.

3Dr. Richard Lamour Joins Olympia Orthopaedic Associates

Dr. Richard and Erin Lamour enjoy the outdoors and exploring the PNW. Photo courtesy: Dr. Lamour

Everyone seeks quality health care, and when a new specialist becomes available, people take note. Dr. Richard Lamour joined OOA in Olympia this month, specializing in foot and ankle as well as sport medicine. Readers were eager to find out more from author Carrie Bell about this new dad and new orthopaedic surgeon serving Grays Harbor residents.

4Editor’s Pick: Where to Salmon Fish in Grays Harbor County

Landing a salmon on your line is just as exhilarating the 100th time as it is your first. Photo credit: Jeff Bailey

Outdoor writer Douglas Scott shares his insights and tips for the best catches around the county. And, as the season is just now heating up, this recently published article on where to catch salmon in Grays Harbor is our editor’s pick. Where will you fish this season?

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