State Fish and Wildlife and tribal officials have agreed on a management plan for 2016-2017 Puget Sound salmon fisheries, ending a stalemate that threatened to scuttle seasons for sport anglers, tribal and nontribal commercial fishermen.
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After being on the lam for a week, an Elma man suspected of stealing two vehicles and a firearm, among other things, was arrested Thursday in Pacific County.
The Grays Harbor Relay for Life will mark another milestone this year, as survivors will walk the first lap of the Harbor’s 30th relay beginning at 6 p.m. Friday, June 3.
More than two decades ago, a co-worker asked Jane Madtson to come with her to check out the Relay for Life.
The mother of the 41-year-old man who engaged in a seven-hour standoff with police Tuesday in Hoquiam says her son broke four months of sobriety before barricading himself in a home on Sumner Avenue and was upset over a prior argument with a renter at the house.
Westport’s 55th Annual Blessing of the Fleet Ceremony will be held at 1 p.m. Sunday. Community members and visitors are invited to join area clergy for a short ceremony at the Fishermen’s Memorial at the turnaround of Neddie Rose Drive in Westport’s Marina District.
Grays Harbor County has received a $249,000 grant to help further its 10-year plan to end homelessness.
The rite of summer vs. the rights of citizens to enjoy a safe and peaceful Fourth of July. The business of tourists flocking to the beach for annual fireworks celebrations vs. the costs to clean-up afterward or the cost to staff Police and Fire Department overtime.
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(Photo by Linda J. Smith)
Authorities are asking for help in locating an Elma man suspected to be involved in a number of crimes, including stealing two vehicles and a firearm.
The City of Aberdeen moved forward with its plan to mitigate flooding in the area at its Wednesday night council meeting, accepting a $150,000 grant that would be used for preliminary design of the restoration of Fry Creek.
Residents of the county voiced their concerns about the incorporation of their properties into the City of Elma at last week’s city council meeting. City attorney Dan Glenn said some milestones had been reached in the annexation process.