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From his Jewish family’s flight to escape the persecution of Hitler’s pre-War Germany to a daring return behind enemy lines for the U.S. Army to identify Nazi War criminals, Arnold Samuels’ first few decades of life left an impression that can never be forgotten.
As city officials continue to talk about posting trespassing notices for campers along the Chehalis River, property owner Michael Lang said he simply wants to be rid of the land.
An evening at the beach turned into a harrowing event for Peter Reece and his family Thursday night in Ocean Shores when their new, parked car was taken by the water when a strong tide came in.
The Pacific Northwest (Oregon and Washington) and Pacific Southwest (California) regions of the U.S. Forest Service are beginning a public conversation on the process for revising forest land management plans in the Northwest Forest Plan amendment area.
The City of Elma is inching closer toward the annexation of properties adjacent to the city’s western borders.
Starting Tuesday, The Daily World will include a weekly page just for business news, with the emphasis on local businesses.
The Pacific County Sheriff’s Office rescued a man whose canoe had become stuck in the mud along the Palix River Thursday evening, according to a report from the department.
The Washington Department of Ecology has issued a permit for the use of the pesticide imidacloprid in Willapa and Grays Harbor to combat a growing population of burrowing shrimp.
A structure fire at the Woodsvilla Apartments in Elma Thursday afternoon left one of its buildings in the complex uninhabitable, said Elma Fire Chief Dana Smith.
Olympia Mayor Stephen Buxbaum will be at Grays Harbor College Saturday to speak on the topic of civic engagement in a time of rapid change, particularly in the context of climate change.
OLYMPIA — The state Department of Natural Resources’ decision not to be involved in a Navy proposal to conduct electronic warfare training on the West End of the North Olympic Peninsula won’t delay the project, the Navy says.
Libraries to close
The following excerpts are from John C. Hughes’ profile of Arnold Samuels for Legacy Washington and the Washington State Secretary of State’s Office.
Three members of a Kent family, including and infant, were rescued by an Ocean Shores police officer after their car became stuck in the surf Thursday evening. Shortly after he got them out of the car, which was stuck in soft sand, another wave hit, lifting the car and rolling it onto its top.