Aberdeen skateboarder Josh “Spaz” Brincken launches off a quarter pipe at the Aberdeen Skatepark on Tuesday afternoon. Brincken was one of nearly a dozen skateboarders and BMX bikers to take advantage of the dry, warm weather on Tuesday at the park.
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A Grays Harbor County jury awarded a Toutle man and his wife more than $3.8 million in damages as a result of an explosion at the Willis Enterprises chip mill in Oakville.
The Grays Harbor Coalition for Infrastructure will host a meeting at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Furford Gathering Center, located at 104 S. Chehalis St. in Aberdeen.
Preliminary unemployment numbers for January are still in the double digits for both Grays Harbor and Pacific Counties, but show a slight improvement in percentages for both.
The rain might have been relentless on Saturday morning but that didn’t stop eight researchers and volunteers with Coastal Raptors from continuing their research on predatory birds along the coast. The group managed to catch both a peregrine falcon and a bald eagle in order to identify and tag them as well as test them for health issues. One vehicle full of researchers spotted 19 bald eagles along a stretch of beach north of Ocean City, with a majority of the birds staying near the vacinity of a carcass. If you’re hoping to get a closer look at these large birds of prey, Coastal Raptors is holding an event on Saturday, March 22 at 7 p.m. at the Aberdeen Museum of History.
Four months after purchasing the patents and equipment of the NewWood composites company at the Satsop Business Park, and the Port of Grays Harbor still hasn’t been able to find a buyer.
OLYMPIA — State Rep. Kevin Van De Wege says he’s reached an agreement with associations representing firefighters and fire chiefs from around the area to require more training for their members and to ensure that the air bags in ambulances stay on during operation.
Pacific County commissioners are considering a proposed amendment to Ordinance No. 162 that was adopted December 12, 2012. That ordinance established land use zoning regulations for the production, processing and selling of marijuana.
Applying for the state license that will be granted to one applicant for an Ocean Shores-based retail marijuana business has become a municipal maze for Jon and Kim Martin as they try to navigate through the process at the local level.
According to a poll taken in the fall of 2012, Hoquiam High School sophomores were much more likely to drink alcohol than sophomores statewide — 36 percent of Hoquiam sophomores having reported drinking within the past month, while only 23 percent of sophomores statewide reported doing the same.
The annual EXPO Grays Harbor and Bite of Grays Harbor — a trade show and showcase for local businesses and eateries — gives Harborites a chance to graze and gaze at Aberdeen High School Saturday.
The Aberdeen Museum of History will request $20,000 from the City Council to fund a new musical history exhibit, featuring Nirvana and other musical notables from Grays Harbor, curator Dann Sears said.
Kurshida Begum, who was known as “Kushi” as a young girl on the Harbor, will be hosting the first event through her new organization to fight modern day slavery in Lacey this Thursday evening.
A Grays Harbor man was sentenced to a month in jail for inappropriate contact with a 4-year-old girl.
An Aberdeen man was sentenced to 30 days in jail over a crash that seriously injured three of his friends.