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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.

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.

Correction

Fred Johann Gossler Jr., who claims to be a Hoquiam resident, is not married. An article in the May 5 edition of The Daily World incorrectly described the relationship Gossler has with his girlfriend by referring to her as his wife.

Razor clam opening cut short by health concerns

OLYMPIA — Three days of a four-day clam dig have been canceled as a health precaution because of rising levels of domoic acid, the state Department of Fish &Wildlife said Wednesday. Digging was allowed today at Twin Harbors and Long Beach, but canceled Friday through Sunday at all beaches.