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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MONTESANO — A 36-year-old Montesano man, charged with first-degree rape, got a reprieve Thursday afternoon after a jury was unable to come to a verdict following five hours of deliberations.
A Wenatchee couple was thrown from their motorcycle Saturday when the driver hit a ditch north of Hoquiam.
An Aberdeen woman was injured when she reportedly fell asleep at the wheel and crashed her car north of Hoquiam, according to the Washington State Patrol.
Seabrook celebrated it’s 10th year on Saturday with Founder’s Day, which included activities such as the painting of a community mural, The Great Seabrook Race and a pie baking competition.
Aberdeen’s Artwalk celebration, along with a car show sponsored by the Midnight Cruizers car club, took over the heart of downtown Aberdeen Saturday.
An 18-year old California man is missing and presumed drowned in the ocean at Ocean Shores after an outing with a youth group Saturday night.
Most Grays Harbor voters already have their primary election ballots in hand — and some are even mailing them in. Both Grays Harbor legislative districts have state House of Representatives members up for election, with local residents still discussing crude oil shipping and the economy, and state lawmakers focused on K-12 education.
Westport Winery hosted the Garden Watercolor Workshop on Tuesday, attracting novice and experienced watercolor painters from the region to take instruction from artist Ken Mitchell. Participants spent their time painting a landscape of Westport Winery while taking breaks for advice and critique. About midway through the workshop, attendees were invited by Westport Winery co-owner Kim Roberts to watch Roy Wilson, a spiritual leader for the Cowlitz Tribe, bless the future site of a medicine wheel sculpture that will be built soon on the grounds by Roberts.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Some higher income families would be eligible to receive a child tax credit on their federal returns under a bill approved in the House last week.
The Department of Veterans Affairs VA Puget Sound Health Care System will deploy a Mobile Medical Unit to Rochester, Monday through Thursday, July 28 to Aug. 1 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and 9 a.m. to noon on Friday to provide primary care/wellness services, blind rehabilitation services for low-vision or visually impaired, eligibility/enrollment services and cultural awareness and sensitivity for veterans.
Motorcycle enthusiasts descended on the North Beach on Friday for the annual Sun & Surf Run.
The Quinault Beach Resort and Casino is hosting Hog Wild this weekend, featuring slow bike racing, live music, vendors and tattoo competitions.
A former McCleary firefighter who was tried but not convicted of criminal charges for drawing a gun on another firefighter following a brawl in a public park is now seeking at least $1.75 million from the city of McCleary, alleging a “false arrest” and violations of his civil rights.
A forum in McCleary on July 17 drew about 100 people to discuss the future of police protection in McCleary and whether residents should support property tax hikes on the August ballot.