The Grays Harbor Incident Management Team, in conjunction with Coastal Community Action Program, is beginning the process of ending formal flood relief coordination for the flooding and mudslides that took place in January. The deadline for homeowners, renters or businesses to apply for disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration is March 30.
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OLYMPIA — State education funding and proposed new taxes were on the minds of residents as they grilled two state representatives in a telephone town hall meeting.
A gas station in Hoquiam is the latest location for Harborites to get U-Haul trailers and services, according to a press release from U-Haul.
Grays Harbor Deputy Sheriff’s Association is offering a $1,500 scholarship to one Grays Harbor County student who will be finishing pre-college studies by June, 2015.
A Grays Harbor man received a 12 1/2-year prison sentence on Monday for having a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old girl and soliciting nude photos from her last summer.
A McCleary man who charged at two police officers with a machete last month was sentenced to 60 days in jail on Monday.
A tentative trial date of June 9 has been set for a Hoquiam man accused of brutally stabbing the mother of his brother’s child last summer.
Aberdeen Mayor Bill Simpson said he would investigate the possibility of extending eviction notices for homeless people living in camps along the Chehalis River after outcry from community members on both sides of the issue at Wednesday night’s City Council meeting.
A new bill introduced by Washington’s U.S. senators aims to raise the safety standards of trains carrying crude oil across the country.
Grays Harbor Community Hospital registered a profit for the second month in a row in February, but the tightrope between profit and red ink is a tenuous one, Public Hospital District Commissioner Miles Longenbaugh explained to his fellow commissioners on Tuesday night.
A former Pacific County Sheriff’s deputy was convicted on one count of official misconduct and five counts of reckless endangerment Tuesday in Pacific County District Court after his mishandling of an egging incident last March.
The Grays Harbor County Commissioners, and many elected officials and county employees gathered Tuesday morning to hear a presentation about a $56.6 million project that would remake the county public safety infrastructure in phases over the next 20 years.
Grays Harbor and Pacific counties have among the highest unemployment rates in the state, according to statistics released Tuesday by the state Employment Security Department.
MONTESANO — Vini Samuel, an attorney and former chairwoman of the Grays Harbor Democrats, has announced that she will run for mayor of Montesano. Samuel served on the City Council for eight years.
If a major earthquake strikes the Puget Sound region, the Navy could play a critical role in getting supplies and assistance to residents in isolated places.