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A major face-lift is in the works for the GuestHouse Inn &Suites as it transitions to a Best Western Plus franchise, owner Jasvir Dhaliwal said Friday.
Greater Grays Harbor Inc. and local business leaders staged a ribbon cutting ceremony last week for the Tully’s Coffee in Hoquiam, under operation by new owners Prabhu Subramaniam and Anitha Swaminathan (Anitha Prabhu), who, along with their daughter, cut the ribbon.
A gas station in Hoquiam is the latest location for Harborites to get U-Haul trailers and services, according to a press release from U-Haul.
MONTESANO -- Gene’s Stop-n-Go, the longtime burger stand that for decades was an institution in Montesano is getting a major face lift under new ownership.
Greater Grays Harbor Inc. has named Wells Fargo Home Mortgage as its Business of the Month for March.
Vaughan Co. Inc. of Montesano is offering scholarships for a minimum of $1,000 for graduates of Elma and Montesano high schools.
Though the Haggen grocery chain has acquired more than 100 Safeway and Albertsons grocery stores in the west, the Aberdeen Safeway store wasn’t one of them and there will be no changes to the TOP Foods store in Aberdeen, a Haggen spokeswoman said Monday.
The Daily Worl d and its three sister papers — South Beach Bulletin , The Vidette and the North Coast News — are working jointly to produce the 2015 Destination Grays Harbor Visitors Guide, which will be available April 3.
Timberland Bancorp, Inc. has reported net income of $1.73 million, or 24 cents per diluted common share, for the first fiscal quarter ended December 31. This compares to$1.65 million, or 23 cents per share, for the previous quarter, and $1.41 million, or 20 cents per diluted common share, for the first fiscal quarter a year ago.
An ordinance that left the Aberdeen City Council divided earlier this month has been sent back to committee after a second hearing at Wednesday night’s meeting.
Timberland Bank President Mike Sand, right, presents a $10,000 check to community leader John Warring (middle) and Jim Daly, executive director of the Grays Harbor Community Foundation. The foundation has established an ad-hoc committee to administer funds received specifically for January 2015 storm relief efforts.
State Sen. Brian Hatfield, D-Raymond, is spearheading a bill aimed at legalizing the production of hemp throughout the state.
A $50,000 grant awarded to the City of Aberdeen will help fund the preliminary steps toward a new visitor center that would serve the entire Harbor. According to a statement from the state’s Department of Commerce, the Community Economic Revitalization Board awarded the money to go toward the city’s Gateway Center Redevelopment Project, a visitor information and enterprise center.