The Washington State Patrol has replaced traditional lead-acid batteries with hydrogen fuel cells at 15 of the agency’s network radio towers across the state in order to reduce the amount of hazardous waste the lead batteries produce.
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As far as John Miller’s concerned, kids should always be able to read.
The renewal of a program that sent $369,996 to Grays Harbor County in 2013 to invest in schools and roads passed the U.S. House of Representatives Thursday and will be voted on by the Senate after a two-week legislative recess.
Hoquiam Mayor Jack Durney said Friday that he will run for re-election in the fall.
Aberdeen attorney Jack Micheau, a former Aberdeen City Council member, is running for mayor.
In an 85-day span between December and March, Aberdeen police officers responded to 66 incidents at the Thunderbird Motel, according to a list of reports obtained by The Daily World in a public records request.
Destination Grays Harbor , a 96-page tourism guide that will be distributed around the region, including on Washington ferries, will be be available beginning April 3.
A Cosmopolis Police officer shot and killed a pitbull after the dog reportedly attacked the officer on Friday afternoon, according to Aberdeen Police Capt. John Green.
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.
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.