Though court documents suggest Daniel Seth Franey readily espoused Islamic fundamentalist rhetoric and talked about committing violent acts of terrorism, the Montesano man and alleged Islamic State supporter also comes off as unsophisticated and lacking wherewithal.
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Port of Grays Harbor officials say they are preparing a game plan for what to do with the mothballed NewWood facility at Satsop Business Park, and could make a decision within the month about how to proceed with the building.
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School levies from around the county were passing Tuesday night after initial ballots were tallied by the Grays Harbor Auditor’s Office, with the closest race being in Oakville, where the district’s levy was only passing by one vote.
The Grays Harbor County Coroner has recovered almost 200 urns full of cremated remains from the Whiteside Family Mortuary after the funeral home closed its doors on operations in Aberdeen and Elma.
A Montesano man who allegedly talked to a federal undercover officer about killing police officers, attacking military facilities and his allegiance to the Islamic State is being held at the Tacoma Federal Detention Center on five counts of unlawful possession of a firearm.
An abandoned building on Market Street caught fire early Sunday morning, leaving the structure a total loss, according to Aberdeen Fire Battalion Chief Damon Lillybridge.
Grays Harbor County Commissioner and Chairwoman Vickie Raines has been teaming up with Greater Grays Harbor Inc. executive director Dru Garson to lobby the state Legislature for funding for the proposed Grays Harbor Gateway Center project.
While he can’t say for sure at this point, county forester Larry Smith is hinting that bids for at least two 2016 timber sales will come in higher than anticipated.
Life on Fairbairn Road, a rural northern offshoot of Monte Elma Road just west of Montesano, has been a little less routine in the last few days.
According to a press release from the Grays Harbor County Public Health and Social Services Department, Pertussis — whooping cough — is on the rise in Grays Harbor County.
A man was taken into custody Saturday night for allegedly stabbing an Aberdeen resident in an alley near the 200 block of East Heron Street.
Grays Harbor County Department of Public Services will be closing South Bank Road at milepost 15.75 on Feb. 16.
Coastal erosion around the North Jetty was brought into clear focus for the Ocean Shores Planning Commission recently, when one of the state’s leading experts on the issue presented a 31-page report offering a number of conclusions on how to proceed with efforts to protect property as well as the coastline.
Homeowners at the Westport by the Sea condominium development, at the foot of W. Ocean Avenue in Westport, are continuing to watch the shoreline erode in front of their properties. Storm activity and extreme high tides this fall and winter have taken more than than 30 feet of frontage thus far. This past week offered a bit of a reprieve, however, with a slower rate of bankline crumbling to the beach below the now-nearly seven-foot drop.