Starting tomorrow in Hoquiam, the shorebirds you have been seeing swirling around our skies will have a festival all their own. Here’s a little recap of the schedule of events for visitors to the festival near and far.
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Adam M. Friberg, 28, and Cassy A. Petrich, 36, both of Westport.
After years of slowly settling into the sand and peat in Grayland, sticking doors and an uneven entryway have signaled that the time has definitely come for some major foundation work under the venerable old Grayland Community Hall.
As the spring begins and summer plans begin to be imagined, local efforts are underway to ensure that the coast we all love stays nice and clean for all – including the wildlife that live there.
A.S.A.P. Business Solutions will have a grand opening of its new Aberdeen office at noon on April 1.
The tradition of crabbing on Washington’s coast is as American as apple pie. In fact, the history of local crabbing starts even before our state was official.
To meet the young women competing for the Miss Grays Harbor crown this year you would think you’re in the company of innately confident people. After all, they’re the brave souls willing to present themselves to a community in hopes of representing it for an entire year. So you might be surprised to find out that confidence has been something that some contestants feel they had to learn.
The Elma Chamber of Commerce has put together an all-day event which representatives hope will bring more than 2,000 people to the Grays Harbor County Fair and Event Center in Elma today.
The musical community is coming together to help the owners and staff of Cranberry Road Winery and Bog Water Brewing Company. The dual company — housed in the same location — watched in shock as their facility burned beyond hope on Nov. 24.
It was December, 2014 when erosive storms took the home of a dog named George.
You might have asked yourself, “Who are all those people and what are they doing?” as you drove through Aberdeen on a Friday night. And the following month, you might have asked yourself again.
Prepare yourself Grays Harbor County.
This dog-of-the-week is really a cat. Mr. Whiskers would prefer that dogs didn’t exist in this world. In fact, don’t even mention to him that he’s being featured in a spot where dogs have been featured. Mr.Whiskers has suffered through heartbreak in his four short years. He has been adopted, then returned because he attacked the family dog.
Pacific Northwest Four Wheel Drive Association is holding its annual beach clean up on Sept. 19 in Ocean Shores. Their cleanup is also on the same day as the International Coastal Cleanup taking place throughout Washington State.
Living beside the ocean means that locals have firsthand knowledge of the debris that washes ashore. Though we may cringe at the unsightliness of discarded camping garbage, imagine trying to live in it. For the mammals, birds, fish, crustaceans and molluscs who live in and rely on our shorelines, Washington CoastSavers offer a livable ecosystem.