A hiring event will be held at WorkSource Grays Harbor Oct. 12, 13 and 14 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day for anyone interested in applying to open positions at the Marshall’s store that will be opening in Aberdeen.
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Classes at Grays Harbor College have started for Fall Quarter and although some classes are full, there is still an opportunity to enroll in classes if you want to brush-up on your Math, Reading and English skills before Winter Quarter.
Eight Grays Harbor residents have been charged by complaint with conspiracy to distribute controlled substances and are alleged to have been involved in a drug ring that distributed of heroin, methamphetamine and cocaine.
Members of the public voiced concerns for Grays Harbor’s fish, birds, estuaries and the safety of its citizens Thursday afternoon at the first public hearing following the release of the draft environmental impact statements on two proposed crude oil facilities at the Port of Grays Harbor.
Hoquiam and Aberdeen Mayoral candidates took the stage Thursday night at the D&R Theatre in Aberdeen to discuss a wide range of issues from oil on the Harbor to city consolidation and the number of members they think should be on a city council.
Nine search warrants were executed in the Grays Harbor area Wednesday as part of an ongoing federal investigation into the trafficking of heroin, methamphetamine and cocaine, resulting in more than half a dozen people being taken into custody.
Ask Roy Vataja almost anything about Aberdeen history and he can give you an answer.
Project representatives greatly outnumbered citizens at a sparsely attended scoping meeting Tuesday that discussed the prospects of bulding a dam on the upper Chehalis River to help with Chehalis Basin flood management.
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A 79-year-old Aberdeen man entered an Alford plea to the charge of child molestation in the second degree Monday in exchange for a dismissal of child pornography charges.
Aberdeen’s TOP Food supermarket is expected to close in late November, according to an internal memo provided to The Daily World .
The 2016 Historical Calendar produced by the Museum of the North Beach is currently in production and will be available the first week of October.
To try and gather constructive input on solving the state’s education funding shortfalls, members of the Senate Early Learning and K-12 Education Committee will be traveling across the state starting this week.
Aberdeen and Hoquiam mayoral candidates will participate in a town hall debate Thursday from 7-8:30 p.m. at the D&R Theater in Aberdeen.
The jobless rate continued its downward trend in August on the Twin Harbors, with both counties registering a .3 percent drop in their unemployment rates from July.