Hoquiam Police are looking for a man who allegedly attempted to rape a 21-year-old woman Thursday night.
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OLYMPIA — Help is on the way for families searching for missing senior members. Starting Thursday, Aug. 27, motorists may see a new alert message on Washington’s electronic highway signs.
Two people were taken into custody Thursday night for alleged possession of a stolen vehicle, according to Aberdeen Police.
Two young men were taken into custody after allegedly demolishing a dump truck and causing an estimated $30,000 to $50,000 in damage to the vehicle Monday night in Lebam, according to the Pacific County Sheriff’s Office.
When Kris Nelson is finished with the R.A. McDonald and the A-1 — the two tugboats he’s been commissioned to help restore — he wants the Sea Scouts who will take their helms to work as hard as he has on them.
Iowa-based Renewable Energy Group, Inc. has closed the purchase of Imperium Renewables, a bio-diesel manufacturer and major tenant at the Port of Grays Harbor.
The school year is quickly approaching, and some Grays Harbor districts are beginning the year this month. In Taholah, classes begin on Aug. 26, while Oakville has its first day of classes on Aug. 31. North Beach and Wishkah Valley will kick things off on Sept. 1.
Primary election results are final and incumbent Hoquiam Mayor Jack Durney and challenger Jasmine Dickhoff, a city council member, finished in a straightup tie, 544 to 544.
The federal government is offering drought relief to ranchers in most Western Washington counties — after the U.S. Drought Monitor reached “severe drought” for eight consecutive weeks coinciding with grazing season.
Deputies with the Grays Harbor Sheriff’s Office retrieved a stolen car and other items Thursday associated with a burglary that took place in Olympia early Wednesday morning.
Multiple agencies responded to a barn fire on Hiram Hall Road Thursday afternoon that caused no injuries but left the structure a complete loss, according to Grays Harbor Fire District 2 officials.
You’ll know when the Hoquiam Bookmobile is nearby. You can hear it.
Smarter Balanced Assessment scores in Pacific County varied, but schools in Raymond, South Bend and Willapa Valley all did reasonably well in comparison to state averages.
Elementary school students in the Aberdeen School District will receive Chromebooks this coming school year after the School Board approved purchasing the computers at Tuesday night’s meeting.
With Ocean Shores Airport Appreciation Day scheduled for Aug. 29, the future of the Ocean Shores Airport became a bit more clear cut recently after the City Council’s split 4-2 vote on a Federal Aviation Administration grant offer for an airport improvement project.