Updated numbers released by the Grays Harbor County Auditor’s Office Friday still show all four local levies on April’s special election ballot passing.
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The Washington state Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case centered around proposed Grays Harbor crude-by-rail facilities, lawyers for the groups opposed to the facilities announced on Wednesday.
The Hoquiam City Council chamber was full during Wednesday night’s public hearing on a proposed ordinance regarding regulations for homeless encampments in the city, with a strong show of support for the current encampment and its residents coming from the public as well as some voicing concerns that the ordinance may not be necessary.
David Quigg, Director of Marketing and Public Relations at Grays Harbor Community Hospital, is leaving to take a sales position with a tele-health company, the hospital announced Wednesday.
Sitting in the darkened theater, in the black of the seconds before show time for The Driftwood Players’ spring comedy, “Five Women Wearing the Same Dress,” and one wonders where one is about to be transported.
A sea lion that swam and waddled at least 50 miles from the ocean into an Oakville cattle farm was found dead on Friday in Olympia.
A test this week for presence of paralytic shellfish poison in mussels collected at Westport showed levels below the standard that caused health officials to close the recreational gathering of shellfish in Grays Harbor last week, but it will take one more consecutive good test before officials lift the ban.
A coalition of local governments and business interests plans to have a series of road signs installed along Highway 109 soon, calling attention to the stretch of road between Hoquiam and Taholah as the Hidden Coast Scenic Byway.
Aberdeen Police Officer George Kelley knew Jan. 5, 2015, was going to be a “crappy” day. What he didn’t know is that, along with Sgt. Ross Lampky and Officer Monte Glaser, the three would save a life.