The Aberdeen woman who barricaded herself in a house in the 600 block of Oak Street during a nine-hour standoff Friday, while a body lay outside the home, has been booked in the Grays Harbor County Jail for second-degree murder, said Aberdeen Police Sgt. Art Laur on Saturday.
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Because of the record low snowpack in the Olympic Mountains, high elevation roads in Olympic National Park will open in time for the Memorial Day weekend, a full month earlier than usual.
A 59-year-old transient man was arrested for second-degree assault after allegedly breaking another homeless man’s arm Wednesday morning, said John Green with the Aberdeen Police Department.
Several hundred Hoquiamites attended the HoquIAM Proud Community pep rally on Thursday at Hoquiam High School. The rally featured motivational speaker Joel Penton, the Hoquiam High School drumline and cheerleaders, dinner and prize giveaways. The event was organized by the My TOWN coalition.
Commissioner Frank Gordon is requesting that interested persons contact the County Commissioner’s Office and provide a letter requesting appointment to the Grays Harbor Board of Equalization for District 2 as there is an opening for the position.
A Grays Harbor PUD employee is in Harborview Medical Center in Seattle today after “an incident of electrical contact” on Thursday.
In a long-awaited return to the Harbor, the No. 45 logging locomotive rolled into town on Thursday morning on an 18-wheeler with a police escort, and went on display as the Polson Museum’s newest — and heaviest — artifact.
A story in Tuesday’s Daily World about poaching incidents in Montana reported incorrectly that Robert MacMillan Sr. was charged with a felony in Montana. The story overstated the charges that MacMillan pleaded guilty to.
Washington Environmental Council has announced a free community discussion on the oil industry’s plan to build three oil-by-rail terminals in Grays Harbor, focusing on how oil transport threatens the community, the waterways, the climate and residents’ livelihoods.
A 21-year-old Aberdeen man was taken into custody on two counts of vehicle prowl Thursday morning after leading police on a foot pursuit, said John Green of the Aberdeen Police Department.
The state Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) Mobile Community Service Office is coming to Ocean Shores on Thursday, June 11, providing a number of needed services and information for North Beach citizens.
The Grays Harbor PUD announced today it is postponing a planned power outage scheduled for tonight through Friday morning on the North Beach. The outage will be rescheduled at a later date, the PUD said in a press release.
A two-day celebration to pay tribute to Kurt Cobain aims to be the first of an annual event come mid-July.
ELMA — For those needing medical care over the Memorial Day weekend, Summit Pacific Medical Center’s Urgent Care Clinic will be open Friday through Monday from noon to 8 p.m.
OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK — The portion of the Hoh River and its tributaries that are within the national park have been closed to recreational fishing.