Dogs in the classroom aren’t a unique sight, animals of all kinds have entertained classrooms for as long as we’ve had schools. But these dogs aren’t here for entertainment, nor are they the student or the teacher.
It’s an early October Thursday and just before noon, students at Aberdeen High School are finishing lunch. For some, lunch is in room 145, where Barb Page advises the production of The Quinault , the school’s decorated yearbook.
While Grays Harbor County Assessor Dan Lindgren has said filling an employee vacancy is necessary to keep his department functioning at its current service level, and hiring as soon as possible was necessary to ensure there are no lapses is customer service, the Grays Harbor County commissioners on Monday, Oct. 5, delayed his hiring request for the second time in as many weeks.
Though last week’s open house for the Port of Grays Harbor’s two proposed oil projects came with few surprises, the next hearing scheduled for Thursday is shaping up to be anything but humdrum, with anti-oil groups planning a rally leading up to the event.
With weather like this in October, there’s no reason to stay inside. Our harbor is delivering a wide selection of activities upcoming this weekend for every interest.
The Olympic Peninsula’s fall colors are among the best in the nation, according to the USA Today “Best Scenic Autumn Drive” online poll.
The Washington State Auditor’s Office released findings last week saying that Grays Harbor Transit charged unallowable costs to grant dollars and did not verify all vendors to which they supplied grant money during the 2014 calendar year.