Bring your kayak, canoe, rowboat, rowing shell, paddleboard, or any other type of human-powered craft to the beach below the Elk River bridge this Saturday.
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Hospital debt and property taxes got most of the attention at a League of Women Voters forum Wednesday night regarding a ballot measure that would make Grays Harbor Community Hospital a public entity. Voters are deciding the issue now and ballots will be counted Aug. 5.
The board of directors for Greater Grays Harbor Inc., has named an economic development specialist with the State of Alaska to be the organization’s new CEO.
The South Beach Arts Association (SBAA) will present an “Art in Coastal Gardens” tour Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Westport. The tour features seven private garden oases identified by the South Beach Kinnikinnick Garden Club as well as commercial gardens.
Get your motors running or head out on the highway.
Washington and Oregon lawmakers hope to prohibit offshore oil and gas drilling in an effort to protect local economies.
A 43-year-old Oakville man was arrested Sunday night after allegedly trying to drive his motor home through a barrier in an Elma neighborhood, then fleeing the scene, stripping off his clothes and claiming his motor home had been stolen, the Elma Police Department said. Neighbors were able to identify the man as the driver.
The case against a Pacific County Sheriff’s Office deputy who had been charged with 11 crimes, including bribery and extortion, is back to the starting point after a conflict for the prosecutor who filed the charges.
Seabrook on Saturday is celebrating its 10th year with Founder’s Day Weekend. Several activities are planned and they are open to the public.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — A bid by Democrats to negate the Supreme Court ruling in the Hobby Lobby case on insurance coverage for birth control was blocked in the U.S. Senate last week.
Candidates for Grays Harbor PUD commissioner and for Grays Harbor Country Prosecutor visited the North Beach last week to make a pitch to voters before primary election ballots went out in the mail July 16.
Hoquiam has seven block parties scheduled as part of the annual National Night out, sponsored by the Hoquiam Police Department.
RAYMOND— Got a great selfie, a picture everyone swears is the ugliest thing they have ever seen or a fine piece of photographic art?
Under the surface of the marine waters off the coast and inside Grays Harbor is a wealth of seafood that sustains a way of life and fuels much of the local economy.
It was business as usual in unusual surroundings Wednesday night at the Aberdeen City Council meeting.