A 17-year-old male suffered a single gunshot wound to his leg Thursday in the area of East Second and North H Streets, according to Aberdeen Police.
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Several businesses in downtown Aberdeen owned by entrepreneur John Yonich are closed due to “some reorganizing and restaffing,” Yonich wrote in a short email on Thursday.
Last year, the Buckaroo Days Festival turned into a wet mess. It was fun — and it made everyone love the chili cookoff that much more to get out of the rain.
Plans were announced last week to open a retail marijuana business at Hogan’s Corner, with an opening expected before the end of October.
The challenges in maintaining Ocean Shores’ miles of fresh waterways were laid out on Saturday along with new ongoing efforts to monitor and test Duck Lake and the adjoining canals.
The Grays Harbor County commissioners will be faced with some difficult budget decisions in the next few months as they deal with lower revenue projections for 2015 and ever-increasing expenditures, largely because of decisions made giving nearly every county employee a raise, paying for higher rates to special funds and recent hirings.
Former Montesano Police chief Ray Sowers was charged Wednesday with possession of heroin and methamphetamine with intent to sell and unlawfully possessing a firearm, according to documents filed by the Pierce County Prosecutor’s Office.
Last year, the civic and arts group Our Aberdeen gave artist Erik Sandgren a choice: commemorate the history of Aberdeen or the birth of Nirvana. Sandgren, who heads the art department at Grays Harbor College, chose to do both.
Westport commercial fisherman, Brent Williams, 25, was critically injured Sept. 1 in a head-on collision in southern Alaska.
Two new clean and sober cooperative homes, known as Oxford Houses, are being established on Grays Harbor. One is for women and children and the other is for men, Bruce Spear, chapter chairman in Bremerton told the Aberdeen City Council recently.
An environmental march will take place from noon-2 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 21, in Hoquiam.
At the regularly scheduled Westport City Council meeting held Monday, Sept. 8, Council members unanimously renewed two “declared public emergency” ordinances that will extend the City’s two moratoriums on medical marijuana businesses, as well as on medical marijuana collective gardens, for another six months. Ordinances No. 1553 and 1554, passed on March 10, will now remain in full force and effect until March 10, 2015.
The State Auditor’s Office issued two findings Monday related to the way the county handles and reports grant funds. However, despite publicity over the issues in the Assessor’s Office, there was nary a word made about that during an exit interview with Auditor officials last week.
SEATTLE — Washington Crab Producers, Inc., owner and operator of a seafood processing facility in Westport will pay a $16,551 penalty and provide a high-tech thermal imaging camera to the Westport Fire Department to settle alleged violations of the federal Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act, known as EPCRA.
The mother of all traffic jams never materialized on Interstate 5 through Olympia this past weekend, thanks to motorists heeding warnings about potential traffic tieups, which allowed road crews to complete preliminary work and reopen northbound Interstate-5 much earlier than expected, according to the state Department of Transportation.