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Public record: Superior Court, June 23

This new criminal, civil and domestic case list is transcribed from information filed recently with the Grays Harbor County Superior Court. Neither the court nor the court administrator makes any representation as to accuracy and completeness of the data except for court purposes. The names provided in this report cannot be associated with any particular individual without individual case research.

Restaurant Inspections, April & May 2016

Grays Harbor County’s Environmental Health Division lists restaurants and other food-handling establishments that received red and/or blue points, as well as those that didn’t receive any points. Red points are for food-handling practices that, when not done properly, are most likely to lead to food-borne illness. Blue points are primarily for maintenance and sanitation issues that are not likely to result in food-borne illness. A facility found with 20 or more red points is subject to a follow-up inspection. Blue violations should be corrected immediately when possible, but generally do not impose an immediate risk to the public.

With the college band playing “What a Wonderful World” in the background, soon-to-be Grays Harbor College graduates proceed up the ramp from the library and into the campus courtyard for commencement ceremonies Friday night in South Aberdeen. The Class of 2016 heard retiring GHC President Ed Brewster deliver the keynote address. More than 330 graduates were granted degrees from the college this year, and approximately 175 participatied in the traditional outdoor ceremony.

Cascadia Rising aims to communicate, build trust

The scenario: Communities now are reduced to islands — bridges along the major highways all have crumbled or been compromised to the point of becoming impassable. First responders (firemen, police officers, EMTs) on whom residents rely to arrive merely moments after catastrophe are suffering the same catastrophe; their own lives are in danger, their own families are stranded, their own property is destroyed.

Coastal Harvest awarded $100,000 grant

The Hoquiam based non-profit Coastal Harvest was awarded a $100,000 grant Wednesday to improve its food delivery services to more than 50 area food banks. The grant comes from the Washington Women’s Foundation pooled fund grant process.