Patrick Parnel sat stoically as a detective testified that Parnel admitted hitting his hours old baby daughter in the head with a tire iron and leaving her in the brush of a vacant lot.
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Property bargain hunters with cash for a quick sale might want to check out the new low price being set for two pieces of land just south of Hogan’s Corner along State Route 109.
Coast Guard officials are seeking public comment while conducting a waterways analysis and management system review of Grays Harbor.
OLYMPIA – Clam diggers can return to coastal beaches starting Tuesday, Nov. 4, to dig razor clams during the first of two planned openings in November.
A second fire in as many days scrambled the Hoquiam Fire Department on Wednesday.
The Montesano City Council was forced to recess its meeting Tuesday night, just minutes after starting, after Councilwoman Marisa Salzer informed the council and city staff that the sign language interpreter provided for her was not certified and she couldn’t understand her. Mayor Ken Estes said a new interpreter and a new council meeting has been set for Thursday night.
Grays Harbor Public Hospital District 2 is moving forward with plans to take over Grays Harbor Community Hospital by becoming the “sole member” of the current non-profit corporation, though it has yet to get an official thumbs up from the state for that plan.
A single-family home in Hoquiam narrowly avoided total loss from an attic fire on Tuesday.
A local organization has a new tool in helping victims of sexual abuse, thanks to the assistance of a congressman and the generosity of a neighboring veterans organization.
Attorney Mike Spencer has raised nearly three times as much money as Acting Chief Criminal Deputy Katie Svoboda in his bid to take back the Prosecutor’s Office.
The girlfriend of Patrick Parnel testified Wednesday that she and Parnel, who is accused of murdering their newborn daughter, thought the baby was dead when he left their Ocean Shores motel room with the child shortly after it was born.
Ocean Shores has joined several Grays Harbor cities in taking a stand against plans to ship crude oil by rail and sea through the Port of Grays Harbor.
Republican Keith Olson has disagreed with the Quinault Indian Nation on an assortment of issues, but last week the tribe formally endorsed him over challenger Vickie Raines for Grays Harbor County commissioner.
Three schools in the Twin Harbor area have been recognized as a Washington State 2014 School of Distinction — Raymond Junior/Senior High School, Willapa Valley High School and Wishkah School.
As it has for more than a dozen years at the Halloween season, the Fern Hill Funeral Home in Aberdeen will host silent movies. Two screenings of “Sherlock Jr.” are planned for Thursday, Oct. 30, the first at 6 p.m. followed by a second showing at 8:30 p.m.