A variety of issues sit at the forefront of the Aberdeen mayoral race as Tuesday’s primary election closes in.
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Nearly wherever you look at the Port of Willapa’s Tokeland marina, it’s obvious that big upgrades are in the works, with some of them actually nearing completion.
If you wait all year for a bale of cotton candy and a spin on the Tilt-a-Whirl, then next week is your moment.
A Hoquiam woman who created an online petition to stall the lane-revision plans for Wishkah and Heron streets in downtown Aberdeen says she has changed her stance after learning more about the project.
Imperium Renewables, a Port of Grays Harbor tenant and biofuel exporter, will sell all its assets to Renewable Energy Group, an Ames, Iowa-based company, according to a Friday announcement.
It seems that going public — and getting about a 25 percent bump in Medicaid reimbursement because of it — is working out as hoped so far for Grays Harbor Community Hospital.
Erik Larson remains the leader in campaign funding, raising more than $1,000 throughout the second half of July, according to the latest documents from the state’s Public Discolsure Commission.
National Night Out, an annual community-building campaign that promotes fostering relationships between community members and law enforcement, will take place on Aug. 4 across the country. The event aims to keep neighborhoods safe while developing camaraderie among local residents by hosting neighborhood block parties.
Three people were arrested Thursday morning on multiple narcotics-related offenses in a bust that netted more than $23,700 in cash and roughly $20,000 worth of prescription pills, methamphetamine and heroin at the Guesthouse Inn &Suites in downtown Aberdeen.
Marshall’s, a national discount retail chain, is indicated to be the next tenant at the Olympic Gateway Plaza, according to a building permit the company has taken out for a storefront at 1209 E. Wishkah St. at the location formerly occupied by an Ace Hardware store.
With warmer temperatures expected throughout the weekend and into next week, firefighters at Olympic National Park combating the Paradise Fire are preparing for the possibility of more burning activity due to the weather.
SEQUIM — It was the longest legislative session in the history of the state, said state Rep. Steve Tharinger.
If sinking your fork into a warm slice of little wild blackberry pie is as summer to you as fireworks and a sun tan, then you won’t take kindly to this news:
A video posted to YouTube on July 22, critical of a Montesano mayoral candidate is being condemned by all three candidates. Some have said the video has racial connotations.
Judge David Edwards on Tuesday dropped the charges against a former serviceman who is accused of having sexual intercourse with a 12-year-old in March, ruling the defense was not adequately prepared for trial because of problems with material that was provided by the prosecution.