It’s rare in this day and age for citizens to be able to witness the creation of a public entity from the ground up, but that’s exactly what began Thursday at Grays Harbor Community Hospital in Aberdeen.
Officials from the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s National Flood Insurance Program came to Aberdeen Tuesday to explain how a new law passed in March could reform the 2012 act that unleashed a tsunami of anger nationwide when rates for many policyholders skyrocketed.
Aberdeen has a Historic Preservation Plan, which was adopted unanimously Wednesday night by Mayor Bill Simpson and 11 City Councilmembers.
The fog cleared just on time to allow several landings and takeoffs for Airport Appreciation Day Saturday at the Ocean Shores Municipal Airport.
OLYMPIA — The Washington Supreme Court should not go down a “slippery slope” and punish the Legislature because it didn’t come up with a complete plan to improve public schools, the state attorney general’s office said.
As questions continue to swirl about the safety of transporting crude oil by rail, BNSF Railway’s top executive acknowledged Tuesday that the process could be safer, and said his company welcomes the regulatory push toward more modern tank cars.
On Monday, Aug. 18, 2014, Hoquiam Police Department’s “Chief for a Day,” Dylan Ellefson, was sworn-in at City Hall by Mayor Jack Durney.
A magnolia tree and bench stand outside the emergency room of St. Anthony Hospital in Gig Harbor, a quiet respite from the trauma inside.