The Hoquiam woman who was reported missing Sunday after a mushroom picking trip near Copalis Crossing was found alive Tuesday morning and appeared to be in good health, officials said.
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Grays Harbor’s two hospital chief executives, a married couple who head up different hospitals, shared the spotlight recently as they were both honored with the prestigious Joe Hopkins Memorial Award by the Washington State Hospital Association.
The City of Hoquiam will move forward with plans to have two-way traffic along Bay Avenue and 22nd Street following a request from Ocean Protein, which has reaped the benefits of the temporary change with incoming trucks during the closure of the Simpson Avenue Bridge.
Washingtonians around the state will take part in the “Great Shakeout” this Thursday as a way to prepare for tsunamis, earthquakes or other catastrophic weather disasters.
The woman charged with a killing a man outside of her house in May and then engaging in a nine-hour standoff with police had her trial date continued on Monday.
Grays Harbor Fire District 2 is looking for volunteer firefighters as it nears the end of its annual recruitment on Oct. 31.
With a slick new coat of paint covering most of its parts, Hoquiam’s Simpson Avenue Bridge will re-open around 6 a.m. Wednesday, with night closures scheduled until the end of November as workers wrap up the job, state Department of Transportation officials said on Monday.
A man surrendered to law enforcement and faces multiple charges after inciting a nearly five-hour standoff in Copalis Beach late Sunday night that saw response from three agencies.
A Hoquiam woman has been missing in the Copalis Crossing area since 5 p.m. Sunday evening, according to a report from the Grays Harbor County Sheriff’s Office.
Longtime District Court judge and now sitting Superior Court Judge Stephen Brown is running for the position after he was appointed to the post last year by Gov. Jay Inslee. Brown is proud of what he’s accomplished while on the bench and, among other issues, is in support of a drug court on Grays Harbor.
OLYMPIA — Elevated levels of marine toxins have prompted state shellfish managers to postpone the start of razor clam digging on ocean beaches this fall.
A rally attracted upwards of 150 people outside the D&R Theatre on Thursday afternoon as opponents to the two crude oil terminals proposed at the Port of Grays Harbor gathered to voice their concerns and denounce the projects.
Locals and people from across the state voiced their fears and concerns about the possibility of the shipment and storage of crude oil on Grays Harbor Thursday during the second and final public comment period for the proposed crude oil storage facilities at the Port of Grays Harbor.
Elma attorney Jean Cotton would make history if she is elected Superior Court judge in November.