Grays Harbor College Community Education is offering the following summer classes and activities:
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The past year has been a bit like a roller coaster ride for organizers of the Sand &Sawdust Festival this weekend in Ocean Shores at the Convention Center and the city’s main beach.
Grays Harbor College Class of 2016 celebrates graduation on Friday evening, beginning at 7 p.m., outside on the main campus in Aberdeen. Retiring GHC President Ed Brewster will deliver the keynote address, while Sandy Lloyd, who retires as the chief of information technology, will welcome graduates and the audience. More than 330 graduates are being granted degrees from the college this year, and approximately 175 plan on participating in the traditional outdoor ceremony.
Thurston County sheriff’s detectives are investigating an early morning shooting near Lacey that left three people dead and one injured.
Friday marks the kickoff for the 14th Annual Rusty Scupper’s Pirate Daze. Whatever you’re looking for in the way of entertainment, you’ll be sure to find fun at this free admission event that runs from noon Friday through Sunday afternoon along Westhaven Drive in Westport’s Marina District.
Hast Sunday the sky was blue with scattered clouds and a steady breeze blew from the west as 37 passengers boarded the
Standing in the middle of a World Wrestling Entertainment ring at Key Arena in Seattle, Bryan Danielson knows what the crowd wants. The same can be said for a group of fourth and fifth graders at Central Elementary School in Hoquiam.
Head-on crash on Highway 12 near Porter
A student upset over problems with his schedule and financial aid sent threatening emails to staff members at Grays Harbor College on Tuesday, prompting administrators to close down the campus and send students and faculty home in the middle of the day.
Youths in Aberdeen and Hoquiam can enjoy free lunches at several locations around the area this summer.
On Tuesday at 12:57 p.m., a citizen began following a possibly intoxicated driver on State Route 109 travelling toward Hoquiam.
A few spots remain in Grays Harbor College’s Community Education annual trip to the Ashland Shakespeare Festival in southern Oregon. The group leaves Monday, Aug. 15, travels by GHC van to the Ashland festival, viewing 10 plays and returning Saturday, Aug. 20.
The Grays Harbor County commissioners awarded a bid for a sewer project in the North Beach area to Rognlins Inc. on June 20.