A man who admitted to using fake emergency lights to get around slow drivers was arrested Monday morning near Poulsbo, according to the Washington State Patrol.
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OLYMPIA – The state Department of Natural Resources Monday announced the publication of three updated maps detailing roads, property boundaries, trails, recreation sites, and other information about public lands.
After an environmental review the National Park Service has decided to go ahead with moving the Enchanted Valley Chalet, a popular backcountry shelter for hikers, before it can be destroyed by the shifting channel of the East Fork of the Quinault River.
Hoquiam could soon have some new housing options, with construction to start on the Summerhaven housing development in a matter of weeks.
OCEAN SHORES — The official search has been called off, but authorities in Ocean Shores ran extra patrols Monday aimed at finding the body of Paul Alimoren, 18, of Pomona, Calif., missing and presumed drowned when he apparently was swept away in a riptide while trying to save companions Saturday evening.
Marijuana businesses may soon be legal in Hoquiam — at least for one day.
A surge in oil trains hauling North Dakota’s energy bonanza is interfering with grain shipments to Pacific Northwest ports, prompting fears of a chronic crisis in which railcars carrying fossil fuels crowd out other products and disrupt exports.
A Wenatchee couple was thrown from their motorcycle Saturday when the driver hit a ditch north of Hoquiam.
An Aberdeen woman was injured when she reportedly fell asleep at the wheel and crashed her car north of Hoquiam, according to the Washington State Patrol.
Grays Harbor voters should have their primary election ballots by now, and have until Aug. 5 to get them in the mail or drop them off. Both Grays Harbor legislative districts have state House of Representatives members up for election, with local residents still discussing crude oil shipping and the economy, and state lawmakers focused on K-12 education.
MONTESANO — A 36-year-old Montesano man, charged with first-degree rape, got a reprieve Thursday afternoon after a jury was unable to come to a verdict following five hours of deliberations.
Seabrook celebrated it’s 10th year on Saturday with Founder’s Day, which included activities such as the painting of a community mural, The Great Seabrook Race and a pie baking competition.
Aberdeen’s Artwalk celebration, along with a car show sponsored by the Midnight Cruizers car club, took over the heart of downtown Aberdeen Saturday.
An 18-year old California man is missing and presumed drowned in the ocean at Ocean Shores after an outing with a youth group Saturday night.
Westport Winery hosted the Garden Watercolor Workshop on Tuesday, attracting novice and experienced watercolor painters from the region to take instruction from artist Ken Mitchell. Participants spent their time painting a landscape of Westport Winery while taking breaks for advice and critique. About midway through the workshop, attendees were invited by Westport Winery co-owner Kim Roberts to watch Roy Wilson, a spiritual leader for the Cowlitz Tribe, bless the future site of a medicine wheel sculpture that will be built soon on the grounds by Roberts.