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.
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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.
OLYMPIA — Tart on the tongue but with a sweet finish. Robust. Displays a palatable aftertaste of — egad, it’s pork!
Hoquiam Ward 2 City Council hopeful Ray Springer has withdrawn his candidacy for the seat due to health problems, he said Tuesday.
For the first time in about six years, the Washington State Department of Ecology has stream gauges on Chehalis River tributaries.
The 7th Street Kids production of “My Son, Pinocchio,” based on the Disney classic “Adventures of Pinocchio,” opens at the 7th St. Theatre on Thursday and runs until Sunday, with evening performances Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and a matinee on Sunday. Tickets are $12 for adults, $8 for students and $5 for kids. Tickets are available at Hoquiam’s Harbor Drugs, Aberdeen’s Top Foods, Ocean Shore’s Mocha Madness and online at www.brownpapertickets.com .
One person has been taken into custody for his suspected involvement in a shooting that took place on June 30th near the 500 block of East First Street.
An Aberdeen man accused of lighting his house on fire last December pleaded not guilty to first-degree arson charges on Monday.
A woman is in critical condition in intensive care at Harborview Medical Center after suffering a head injury when she was run over in a motorized chair by an SUV at the intersection of Simpson Avenue and Oak Street on Monday.
Four people were taken to Grays Harbor Community Hospital Monday afternoon after two cars collided at the intersection of Highway 12 and Sargent Boulevard, just east of Aberdeen.
An ordinance to allow all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) on county roads, and a resolution banning floating sky lanterns during burn bans, both will be drafted and brought before the Grays Harbor County commissioners following a conversation with Sheriff Rick Scott on Monday.