MINNEAPOLIS — Dr. Daniel Saltzman says he can prove that bacteria that ordinarily cause food poisoning in people can be modified for use as guided missiles to deliver cancer-killing payloads into tumors.
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SOUTH BEND — The Federal Emergency Management Agency will hold an open house for the public Monday evening from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Willapa Harbor Community Center at 916 W. First St. in South Bend.
The Polson Museum will have two events this weekend to celebrate history and the holiday season.
The owners of nine properties in the downtown corridor of Aberdeen must get rid of signs on abandoned businesses or face a fine of $500 per day, Community Development Director Lisa Scott said.
Alice Babson was growing up to become like her father — both caring souls quick to offer sincere smiles and helping hands.
About 1,500 households in Oakville, Malone and Porter were without power for much of Friday afternoon after a man lost control of his car and slid into a power pole in Oakville.
The Washington State Patrol has identified the woman found dead on State Route 12 Tuesday as Katrina D. Rugg, 36, of Aberdeen.
The public hearing “on the proposed interim zoning for the sale, processing and producing of marijuana in the light industrial and industrial zones withing the city limits of Aberdeen” is set for the city council meeting on Wednesday, Dec. 11.
In a reversal of the usual vehicle versus pedestrian call, the Aberdeen Police Department responded to the Olympic Gateway Mall parking lot Friday afternoon to find a man in a motorized wheelchair had struck a car.
5-year-old Paige Busz, of Montesano, enjoys her snow day by making snow angels on a sidewalk in downtown Montesano on Friday. Montesano closed schools Friday because of the snow and most school districts started late or closed altogether.
All three residents were safe after a Thursday night fire caused $15,000 to $20,000 in damage to their Raymond home, the Raymond Fire Department reported.
A group of people is using social media to drive business to downtown Aberdeen, help retailers, spread the shop local message and have fun doing it.
The retirement party for long-time Aberdeen Timberland Library Manager Christine Peck is Saturday from 2-4:30 p.m. at the Aberdeen Library. Peck served as librarian for more than 30 years and retired as of Nov. 30.
The Grays Harbor Democrats didn’t discuss the controversial county prosecutor appointment at their meeting Thursday, but a commissioner was on hand promising swift action on the matter.
McCLEARY — McCleary Mayor Gary Dent was a no show during Wednesday night’s City Council meeting, two weeks after he submitted a list of drastic cuts that would lay off the McCleary Police Department, close the library, the museum and many other city services by 2015 if residents don’t approve a property tax hike next year.