The filmmaker Wes Craven battled brain cancer at the end of his 76 years, and his death Sunday brought forth a flurry of tributes to, among others, his most influential demon child.
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A former Aberdeen jail detainee has filed a civil rights lawsuit against the city and a jailer after her four-day incarceration resulted in an eight-day stay at Grays Harbor Community Hospital, according to court documents.
FORKS — Rayonier Inc. gave a total of $35,000 to 26 nonprofit organizations serving communities in Clallam and Grays Harbor counties.
The Salmon River in the Queets Valley of Olympic National Park reopened for recreational fishing Wednesday as recent rains have alleviated low-water conditions in the river.
The Grays Harbor County Sheriff’s Office has sent out an updated missing persons flyer for Lindsey Baum, who went missing in June of 2009 when she was 10 years old.
2015 Showcase Grays Harbor Tour is set for Friday, Sept. 18, beginning at 7 a.m. with a tour of Grays Harbor College’s Bishop Center and the Gene Schermer Building.
Hoquiam schools joined many on the Twin Harbors Tuesday by welcoming their students back to school.
On Aug. 20, the state Supreme Court unanimously affirmed the convictions of Frederick D. Russell, who killed three people, one of them from Westport, and nearly killed three others in a June 4, 2001, drunk-driving crash in Eastern Washington.
A Hoquiam woman died Tuesday afternoon after she was involved in a two-car accident at the intersection of Sumner Avenue and Ontario Street shortly before 11 a.m.
Officials fighting a forest fire in Olympic National Park say they successfully used a drone last week to get overhead, infrared video to steer water-dropping helicopters to their target.
Brian Hatfield, an elected official in Washington for more than two decades and a state senator since 2006, announced his resignation Tuesday afternoon to become Gov. Jay Inslee’s Rural Economic Development sector lead.
An Aberdeen woman who is charged with second-degree murder has again been found competent to stand trial after twice going through treatment at Western State Hospital twice.
Two thick studies from the state Department of Ecology weighing the impact of two crude oil storage facilities proposed for the Port of Grays Harbor were released on Monday, marking the beginning of a public comment period that could determine whether the facilities — and a new industry — will come to the area.
A discussion about mileage between the Grays Harbor County commissioners had a moment of contention on Monday when Commissioner Frank Gordon tensed up at a suggestion that he pay half the cost of a proposed trip to Stevenson.
Residents at the homeless encampment in the parking lot at Amazing Grace Lutheran Church near downtown Aberdeen made their way to Hoquiam on Monday as the end of the month also marked the end of the camp’s 90-day allowance.