A couple from Canada were treated and released at Grays Harbor Community Hospital Tuesday after their rental car was T-boned at West 4th Street and South Park by a minivan driven by Sorn Chum, 60, Aberdeen Police Department and a hospital spokeswoman said.
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Three women were injured when a van carrying seven passengers, reportedly headed to the airport, was broadsided by a truck at the intersection of Wishkah and Park in Aberdeen early Tuesday morning, flipping onto its roof, Aberdeen police reported.
A husband and wife from Spanaway barely made it out of the water Monday afternoon after being caught in a rip current on the beach at Ocean Shores, Ocean Shores Police reported.
A 21-year-old Rochester woman was arrested Saturday afternoon on suspicion of second-degree assault after she allegedly “kicked, bit, scratched and punched” a Thurston County sheriff’s deputy.
The American Red Cross, Pacific NW Region has announced five blood drives for the Grays Harbor area in September.
The EDventure with Grays Harbor College Continuing Education Department and Grays Harbor Historical Seaport begins on Sept. 17 at the Grays Harbor Historical Seaport, 500 N Custer Street, in Aberdeen. Meet at 9:30 a.m. for a tour of the historical landmark, lunch and a two-hour cruise on the Lady Washington.
Two public meetings to be hosted in early October by the Chehalis River Basin Flood Authority will set the stage for flood hazard reduction and aquatic species enhancement throughout the Chehalis Basin for years to come.
Grays Harbor paid homage to the golden days of the logging industry with the Northwest Timber Revival party, hosted by the Polson Museum in Hoquiam on Saturday. The party, thrown by t-shirt company “Horses Cut Shop,” featured bands such as Evening Bell, Ole Tinder and the Maldives. Attendees had the opportunity to enjoy local and regional craft whiskies and beer as well as try their hand at cutting timber with a two-man cross cut saw.
Julie Thompson Anneberg has always known she was adopted.
As parents and students stocked up on school supplies and clothes for the new school year beginning this week, local district officials contemplated a new type of standardized testing for kids coming this year, with the help of a few local districts who signed up for a sneak peak last spring.
With the cost of Federal Emergency Management Agency flood insurance rising even with the recent passage of the Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act of 2014, community leaders on Grays Harbor are considering joining a community ratings system that allows policyholders to get a discount.
Aberdeen Fire Department paramedics responded to a multiple-injury car crash at the intersection of Wishkah and Park streets just before 6 this morning. The crash involved a van and a pickup truck. Multiple people were taken from the scene by ambulance. No other information was available at press time.
A 9-year-old Montesano girl has filed a lawsuit against the promoter of a Mexican rodeo event for sustaining permanent injuries when a fence fell on her two years ago at the Grays Harbor County fairgrounds in Elma.
Waves of Words and Brains for Books is sponsoring a writer’s conference Sept. 5-7 in Ocean Shores.
Grays Harbor District employees, first responders and media were invited to the Grays Harbor PUD on Thursday to watch a safety demonstration showing a variety of scenarios that could lead to accidental electrocution, injury and death. The demonstration utilized the Cowlitz County PUD’s Arc Trailer display, a ground level, high voltage safety display tool resembling a common power line setup. PUD lineman use the Arc Trailer display to show what happens when common items such as ladders, shovels and kites come into contact with dangerous levels of electricity and to raise awareness regarding electrical hazards.