SEATTLE — A King County judge has dismissed a lawsuit by a man who had sued for the release of graphic photos and other police records from the 1994 death of Kurt Cobain.
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As long as there have been county fairs, there has been a tradition of difficult goodbyes. This year, that tradition comes by way of 11-year-old Annie Burnett. But Annie has made a bit of a tradition herself of the unexpected.
Contrary to an ad for the re-election campaign of Montesano Mayor Ken Estes printed in the July 23 issue of The Vidette, Pac/West, a public relations firm in Oregon, has not been producing campaign materials for challenger and Councilman Tyler Trimble.
A 29-year-old Aberdeen woman was arrested Friday for first-degree arson after allegedly igniting a lamp and other items in the basement of a house in the 1400 block of West Second Street.
Seventeen-year-old entrepreneur, Baylee Layman has recently opened Willapa Paddle Adventures in downtown Raymond, right next to the new community kayak dock on the South Fork of the Willapa River.
Ballots for today’s primary must be either postmarked by no later than today or dropped off at one of these ballot dropbox locations, which will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.:
A rate increase to be considered by the PUD commissioners at their August 10 meeting will be lower than initially expected. PUD management will be asking commissioners to approve a 2.5 percent rate increase instead of a 3 percent hike thanks to $2.6 million that was included in the 2015-17 Capital Budget approved by the Legislature.
Grays Harbor County will receive more than $26 million for transportation projects following the Legislature’s approval of a controversial gas tax hike set to take effect in the next year.
“To stay out of prison,” Ostavo Feazell answered when Dwayne Worf asked what his short-term goals are.
The prosecutor’s office has opted not to file charges against a 72-year-old Hoquiam man who struck a 71-year-old Aberdeen resident during a dispute at the 40 Et 8 club in March that ended with Aberdeen man dying the following morning.
OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK — The Paradise Fire flared up Saturday evening and Sunday morning, creating a smoky haze and advancing the western fire front.
Aberdeen Police are investigating what they believe was a drive-by shooting that occurred Monday night near the intersection of Michigan and West First Street.
Two men were arraigned on Monday for their alleged connection to an interstate drug distribution operation that provided large quantities of narcotics to buyers on the Harbor.
A brush fire in the 1600 block of Filmore Road in Aberdeen on Saturday was contained by firefighters within 10 minutes and threatened no structures.
The Grays Harbor County commissioners and the county auditor discussed the best use of the Auditor’s Operations and Maintenance (O&M) funds, including what the funds can be used for and which departments could make use of them.