Tryouts for the remaining roles in the upcoming Bishop Center production of “Les Miserables” are set for tonight at 7 and Thursday at 4 p.m. at the Grays Harbor College Music Pavilion.
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Students, faculty and guests gathered at Grays Harbor College on Thursday afternoon to watch the demonstration of two Rube Goldberg Machines built by students as part of a class project. A Rube Goldberg Machine is an overly complex machine that performs a simple task, which in the case of Kenji Seta’s introduction to engineering class, was to ring a bell using 25 to 30 feet of mechanical contraptions involving five stages, three simple machines and three forms of energy. The class was split into two teams, each successful in creating a working Rube Goldberg Machine in time for Thursday’s demonstration.
The Aberdeen Police Department is taking applications for its Volunteer Crime Watch Program. To be eligible you must be over the age of 21, a U.S. citizen, be of good moral character, have no felony, theft, or domestic violence arrest or convictions and have a good driving record.
The Grays Harbor County Sheriff’s Office is warning residents to keep an eye on their mail.
A fire that killed a father and his 8-year-old daughter at their Fox Island home last week appears to have been an accident, Pierce County Fire Marshal Warner Webb said Tuesday.
Harborites will soon see some unfamiliar activity on the railroad bridge crossing the Hoquiam River, with maintenance and repairs scheduled for early next year.
Ocean Shores resident Jon Martin hasn’t always dreamed of opening up a pot store, but when Washingtonians voted to legalize marijuana, he started making plans for a new business. And at this point, he’s one of the few in the region to apply for a retail license to sell marijuana.
In a letter sent Wednesday, Grays Harbor Democrats deny the Grays Harbor County Commissioners’ request for a new list of candidates for County Prosecutor and fire back at new requests and deadlines announced by Commissioner Frank Gordon.
The Aberdeen City Council has approved a budget for 2014, but had to dip into reserves to balance it.
Two candidates presented their case before the Aberdeen City Council Wednesday night to fill the seat in the 5th Ward held by the late John Erak. The council agreed to postpone the election of the appointee to the seat until Dec. 30 at the behest of Mayor Bill Simpson so that Council President Kathi Hoder, who was absent, could vote.
A manufactured home in Grayland was completely destroyed by fire Wednesday morning, according to South Beach Fire and EMS. The bank-owned home was unoccupied, and there were no injuries.
Expect sugary smiles and sweet tooth-filled grins during this weekend’s Festival of Lights in Montesano, with the appropriate theme, “A Candyland Christmas.”
The Port of Grays Harbor Commissioners on Tuesday approved a 1 percent increase to pay ranges for Port employees who are not represented by bargaining units.
Vancouver neighborhoods cut off from fire and police protection by increased train traffic. A highly volatile commodity traveling near homes. An industrial area prone to liquefying in an earthquake.
A national petroleum lobbying group is gearing up to sue the city of South Portland if it moves forward next week with a moratorium on the loading of Canadian oil-sands onto ships that dock on the city’s waterfront.