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Grays Harbor County has turned down a state grant that would have paid for a sidewalk from the city of Westport to Ocosta Junior-Senior High School.
ABERDEEN AMERICAN LEGION, 112 W. 1st St., bingo Sundays and Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. Doors open at 4 p.m.
WESTPORT — Tourism and recreation are vital to the social and economic success of coastal communities, but little data exists to demonstrate their economic and spatial impact.
Traditionally held in conjunction with Operation Shore Patrol weekend, this year’s 17th annual 30 Miles of Junque beachwide garage sale is set for Sept. 20 and 21. Look for participants from Markham, Ocosta, Westport, Grayland, North Cove and Tokeland.
In cooperation with Pacific County and WA State Parks, North Cove residents, Bob and Marcy Merrill, are hosting a Washaway Beach cleanup early Saturday morning, Aug. 30.
With the three-day Labor Day holiday approaching, fire experts with the Washington Department of Natural Resources are urging campers, hikers, woodcutters and other forest visitors to be especially careful with fire this weekend. Despite some recent rain and cooler weather, fire danger remains high.
The “Nirvana and Aberdeen” mural was installed over the weekend on the upper Wishkah Street side of Moore’s Interiors and will be dedicated on Sept. 20.
A 27-year-old Aberdeen man has been charged with animal cruelty in the first degree for the brutal killing of his family’s dog.
The U.S. Marshal’s Office has tracked a man wanted for murder in Aberdeen to Mexico and the Grays Harbor Prosecutor’s Office formally filed charges against him in Grays Harbor Superior Court with hope that, when the man is eventually caught, he’ll be extradited back to the county.
In a development that has left local fishermen scratching their heads, it appears an unusually warm section of ocean water is helping send nearly the entire sockeye salmon run into Canadian fishing waters this season.
The murder trial of Patrick Parnel on charges he killed his newborn baby in Ocean Shores in 2013 has been rescheduled for Sept. 30 and may be pushed back yet again.
Hoquiam’s elected officials are harnessing the power of Facebook to connect constituents with the Re-Vision Hoquiam group, similar in form and function to Our Aberdeen.
The Grays Harbor LGBTQ community took its pride to a new level this weekend, with the first-ever Pride Festival on Saturday in Hoquiam sponsored by the newly-formed Out & Proud Coalition. Live music, carnival-style games, and a drag show were just some of the activities enjoyed by festival goers.
No one was seriously hurt when a four-door sedan rolled over while heading east on Highway 12 just outside Aberdeen early Sunday morning, the State Patrol reported.