A friendly Super Bowl bet between the lieutenant governors of Washington and Massachusetts includes a number of products made by the Quinault Indian Reservation.
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An ordinance that left the Aberdeen City Council divided earlier this month has been sent back to committee after a second hearing at Wednesday night’s meeting.
Grays Harbor’s congressman has announced his support to declare a physical disaster for the Harbor following the landslides earlier this month.
Elma and Montesano FFA chapters competed in the fifth annual Washington State FFA Logging Rodeo and Forestry contest Saturday, n. 10. The Elma Agriculture Boosters hosted the forestry and logging skills event at the Grays Harbor County Fairgrounds.
Legislators are considering a bill that would give several types of recreational hunting licenses at no cost to members of the Washington National Guard, as a benefit for being part of the Guard.
An Ocean Shores man who has been a KOSW radio host and announcer at a number of local events, pleaded not guilty to third-degree assault charges on Monday after allegedly assaulting a police officer last Thursday.
James Wells and Donald Grossi were both sworn in as Hoquiam’s newest police officers by Mayor Jack Durney at Monday night’s City Council meeting.
A number of services, including assistance with housing, employment and education, will be available to the homeless on Friday, Jan. 30, at the Aberdeen Eagles located at 208 West Market St. from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Region 3 Incident Management Team that has been housed at Coastal Community Action Program offices in Aberdeen worked with members of the Aberdeen and Hoquiam Fire Departments on Wednesday to respond to homes that were damaged by flooding and access each residents’ current situation.
Two Harborites will be among the tens of thousands of fans headed to Super Bowl XLIX this Sunday for a chance to see the Seahawks win the league’s biggest game for a second time in a row.
The City of Hoquiam has successfully applied for federal funding to repair damage to Beacon Hill Drive from a mudslide, but the funds likely won’t be available for another two months, a state Department of Transportation official said.
Barb McDowell, who was hired by Coastal Community Action Program to help with flood relief efforts, was terminated by CCAP yesterday and believes her criticism of operations within the organization, along with her inability to emotionally detach from victims, got her fired.
OCEAN SHORES — Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker won the straw poll as the preferred candidate among Republicans at the annual Roanoke Conference at Ocean Shores over the weekend. Former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice was the runner-up, while Mitt Romney and Gov. Bobby Jindal of Louisiana tied for third place.
An inmate was sentenced to 43 months in jail on Monday after assaulting a corrections officer at Stafford Creek Corrections Center last spring.
We’re no longer number one.