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Bridgeport AAU, in black, squared off against Brewster varsity players in the three-on-three basketball competition.
BRIDGEPORT – Unlike the 2016 last-minute scramble to resuscitate and put on an earlier-cancelled Bridgeport Daze, this year’s event was pre-planned and good-to-go as parade entries, vendors, participants and spectators converged in Bridgeport, last Saturday morning, June 3. Parade participants...
    BRIDGEPORT - The time for the Bridgeport High School graduation ceremony in this weeks Quad City Herald is incorrect. The ceremony will take place at 5 p.m., this afternoon  Friday, June 2, in the Bridgeport High School Gymnasium, at 1300 Douglas Avenue.
BRIDGEPORT  - On May 26, at approximately 3 a.m. Douglas County Deputies responded to a vehicle prowl which had just occurred in the 500 block of 18th Street in Bridgeport.   The complainant reported that at approximately 2:30 a.m. his wife awakened him to say she could see someone inside his...
BRIDGEPORT – Hooked on Kids, the annual fishing derby for young anglers from ages five to 14 years, is coming to the cove at the Bridgeport Marina Park at 9 a.m., Saturday, June 10. Youngsters can pre-register at the Bridgeport schools or just show up an hour early at the marina on derby day to...

Native American activist and Pateros High School graduate, Randy Lewis served as Master of Ceremonies for the Memorial to the Methow dedication.
PATEROS – A large crowd gathered at Lakeshore Park last Saturday, May 27, to witness the official dedication of the city’s latest attraction, the Memorial to the Methow installation on the shore of Lake Pateros. The new park spearheaded by former Pateros High School graduate, Chuck Borg, now of...
BRIDGEPORT – Bridgeport Daze, the annual summer parade and festival sponsored by the Bridgeport Chamber of Commerce will he held Saturday, June 3, with the parade kicking off the fun at 11 a.m. Chamber president, Zeke Martinez, said those interested in participating in the parade can gather at the...

Ray Counts was in charge of Taps.
BREWSTER – Members of the American Legion Columbia Post 97 color guard and firing squad, under the direction of Area Three Commander, Denny Pittman, devoted the morning of Memorial Day, Monday, May 29, to ceremonies honoring the areas deceased veterans. Pittman and his crew began early Monday...

In honor of National Poppy Day last Friday, Brewster mayor, Art Smyth purchases a memorial poppy from three-year-old Ellie Counts in front of the American Legion Park at the end of Main Street.
BREWSTER – Last Friday, May 26, marked the observance of National Poppy Day as the hand-fashioned, blood-red flowers began decorating lapels, button holes, rear-view mirrors and other prominent display spots. Brewster mayor, Art Smith turned up the American Legion Columbia Post 97 headquarters...

Brewster boys and Girls Club Director, Brian Paine, right, talks shop with a golfer at the Gamble Sands Golf Resort last Monday.
BREWSTER – The Brewster Boys and Girls Club (BBGC) held back-to-back fund raisers at venues in Chelan and Brewster last Sunday and Monday, May 21-22. “Beautiful weather, amazing new friends and winery event at Siren Song in Chelan, incredible golf resort and staff at Gamble Sands, and a packed...
BREWSTER – The American Legion Columbia Post 97 has a full schedule planned up to and after Memorial Day, Monday, May 29, according to Area Three Commander Denny Pittman. Beginning at 9-9:30 a.m. Saturday, May 27, Post members and volunteers will place a cross with a small flag on the grave of...

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