Under the surface of the marine waters off the coast and inside Grays Harbor is a wealth of seafood that sustains a way of life and fuels much of the local economy.
Bring your kayak, canoe, rowboat, rowing shell, paddleboard, or any other type of human-powered craft to the beach below the Elk River bridge this Saturday.
Hospital debt and property taxes got most of the attention at a League of Women Voters forum Wednesday night regarding a ballot measure that would make Grays Harbor Community Hospital a public entity. Voters are deciding the issue now and ballots will be counted Aug. 5.
The board of directors for Greater Grays Harbor Inc., has named an economic development specialist with the State of Alaska to be the organization’s new CEO.
Three people were injured when a Boise man allegedly ran a red light and crashed into another car, then apparently tried to assault the passenger in the other car, the Washington State Patrol reported. He is believed to have been driving under the influence.
Grays Harbor County Sheriff’s Office deputies and McCleary Police Department officers were led on an odd chase after a McCleary man stole a mini-bike in front of deputy.
It was business as usual in unusual surroundings Wednesday night at the Aberdeen City Council meeting.
The case against a Pacific County Sheriff’s Office deputy who had been charged with 11 crimes, including bribery and extortion, is back to the starting point after a conflict for the prosecutor who filed the charges.
A 43-year-old Oakville man was arrested Sunday night after allegedly trying to drive his motor home through a barrier in an Elma neighborhood, then fleeing the scene, stripping off his clothes and claiming his motor home had been stolen, the Elma Police Department said. Neighbors were able to identify the man as the driver.
Hearing about changes being proposed for downtown?
The preliminary unemployment rates for June for the Twin Harbors are the lowest reported since the start of the Great Recession.