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Amanda Park library building to get repairs

The Amanda Park Timberland Library will close for structural repairs on Saturday, July 16. Thanks to a partnership with the Lake Quinault School District, the library will move to a temporary space in the school district building beginning Tuesday, July 19. Construction should be completed this October.

Three local women compete for Miss Washington title

The Harbor will be well represented at the Miss Washington pageant this coming weekend in Burien. In addition to Miss Grays Harbor, two other contestants — Miss Thurston County and Miss Rainier — have strong ties to the Harbor. Eighteen pageant winners from across the state will vie for the title of Miss Washington and a shot at the Miss America title.

Quinault Indian Nation now title sponsor for Washington Coast Works business competition

Washington Coast Works is pleased to announce the Quinault Indian Nation as the title sponsor for the 2016 Sustainable Small Business Competition. This year’s business training is under way and will conclude July 22-24 during the entrepreneurship summit at the Olympic Natural Resource Center in Forks. At the summit, participants will develop their presentation pitch and polish their business plans for a chance to vie for up to $20,000 in start-up financing. Winners will be announced in October.
 

Public record: Superior Court, June 23

This new criminal, civil and domestic case list is transcribed from information filed recently with the Grays Harbor County Superior Court. Neither the court nor the court administrator makes any representation as to accuracy and completeness of the data except for court purposes. The names provided in this report cannot be associated with any particular individual without individual case research.

Restaurant Inspections, April & May 2016

Grays Harbor County’s Environmental Health Division lists restaurants and other food-handling establishments that received red and/or blue points, as well as those that didn’t receive any points. Red points are for food-handling practices that, when not done properly, are most likely to lead to food-borne illness. Blue points are primarily for maintenance and sanitation issues that are not likely to result in food-borne illness. A facility found with 20 or more red points is subject to a follow-up inspection. Blue violations should be corrected immediately when possible, but generally do not impose an immediate risk to the public.