Fourth-degree assault charges have been dismissed against a 42-year-old Cosmopolis man who was accused of groping a woman’s breast in May of 2013 as the two stood in the doorway of a residence he was renting to the woman.
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Four candidates are jockeying to claim the mayoral seat in Elma, including a three-term incumbent, a former mayor, a former Elma Police Department volunteer and a former city councilman.
Tacoma-based Murray Pacific Corp. announced the end of its 104 years in the timberland business Thursday.
Olympic National Park officials said firefighters are particularly concerned about the area around Paradise Creek on the flanks of Pelton Peak as they continue working to contain the Paradise Fire, which has now claimed more than 1,000 acres.
Grays Harbor residents plan to hold a memorial in Zelasko Park on Sunday to honor the 47 people killed in an oil train explosion in Lac-Mégantic, Quebec, in 2013, according to a statement released on Monday.
Students from Grays Harbor made their mark at the 2015 SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference. last week, with junior Jonathon Ball winning a gold medal in the automotive service technology competition and recent Montesano graduate Jacob Izatt taking home the bronze medal in major appliance and refrigeration.
The Thunderbird Motel — a source of public outcry after a December health inspection revealed a litany of violations — has agreed to the state’s request to close voluntarily until it remedies the citations, according to state documents.
Looking past the steel doors and the barbed wire canopy over the entry way at a Stafford Creek visiting room one day last month, one might have had a hard time interpreting the atmosphere inside as reminiscent of a prison.
A conveyor system caught fire at the Sierra Pacific Mill Tuesday afternoon, injuring one mill worker, said Aberdeen Fire Captain Mike Kolodzie.
The Aberdeen City Council will weigh in on a ban on private aerial fireworks on July 4 at a special meeting scheduled for Wednesday night, the city announced Tuesday.
The Grays Harbor County commissioner agreed to hire another support specialist for the Sheriff’s Department on Monday morning. Commissioner Frank Gordon moved to approve the hire. Gordon and Commissioner Wes Cormier voted for the motion and Commissioner Vickie Raines abstained.
Monique Preston, accused of first-degree murder in the killing of a 70-year-old McCleary man outside her Aberdeen home, pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity on Monday.
OLYMPIA — The threat of a government shutdown dissipated Monday as state lawmakers passed a $38.2 billion budget for government operations in the next two years.
Local governments are warning about the danger of fireworks in historically warm and dry conditions, but so far none have attempted to ban them.
A 31-year-old Elma man was sentenced to three years in prison on Monday for physically abusing a child over a three-week period in January.