Search Results: Julia Jacobsen

The Mercantile: Preserving Harrington’s Heritage

By Huckleberry Press / February 2, 2024 /

In the small town of Harrington, Washington, an ambitious spirit named Julia Jacobsen has opened doors to a unique space that intertwines her love for agriculture, community, and entrepreneurship.

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Is this what momentum feels like?

By Huckleberry Press / July 7, 2022 /
Harrington Building

This last weekend my family spent the day tearing down an old hay shed. My job was to feed the crew lunch and be a Gopher for tools that would make the job even easier.

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Last Calving Season

By Huckleberry Press / April 27, 2022 /
calving arms in the barn

My son Luke had been helping us feed the cows every day and assisting during calving season. He works really hard and is growing his own herd. The cows he feeds every morning are mingled amongst our winter feed/calving area animals.

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Waving for the month of May

By Huckleberry Press / January 7, 2022 /
man waving

I blew in late to my small town Chamber meeting. I knew it might be over by the time I arrived, but I was excited to share something with the group.

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Hindsight is 2020

By Huckleberry Press / June 2, 2021 /

There couldn’t be a more true statement. What I had anticipated to be a great year came to a screeching halt as toilet paper few off the shelves.

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Harrington Street Dance Friday

By Huckleberry Press / October 1, 2019 /

by Cassie Nixon Harrington Fall Festival’s resurgence of its Street Dance Friday night showed locals a good time. Despite the cold, windy weather plus a few sprinkles, the mood was…

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