WASHINGTON, D.C. — More than half of the 2.6 million Americans dispatched to fight the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan struggle with physical or mental health problems stemming from their service, feel disconnected from civilian life and believe the government is failing to meet the needs of this generation’s veterans, according to a poll conducted by The Washington Post and the Kaiser Family Foundation.
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The Washington State Patrol is looking for help finding a Minnesota man charged with 59 felony counts of criminal sexual misconduct involving two young girls.
Four teenage boys were arrested yesterday evening in connection with a burglary at the Brady Food Mart in Brady early Tuesday morning, the Grays Harbor Sheriff’s Office said.
Lake Quinault will soon be open for non-tribal use once again, with Quinault Indian Nation officials deciding to lift fishing and boating bans at a Monday meeting. The lake will officially re-open April 26.
Six more pontoons floated out of the Aberdeen casting basin late Tuesday night, marking the fourth of six float-outs scheduled for the State Route 520 bridge project.
A second man will go to prison in connection with an assault on a Hoquiam couple in late December and one more person believed to be involved in the case is still at large.
A South Aberdeen man accused of firing his gun in his neighborhood, then engaging police in an 18-hour standoff in February appeared in Grays Harbor Superior Court Monday.
Students from Cosmopolis and North River elementary schools and children from local day care centers were treated to a performance by Chinese acrobats with the Bureau of Lectures on Tuesday afternoon in the Cosmopolis Elementary School gym. The four acrobats performed a variety of acrobatic feats, including contortion, plate spinning and balancing acts.
Detectives with the Washington State Patrol concluded their investigation on potential child pornography on City of Montesano-owned computers. No charges will be filed against anyone due to a lack of evidence and no clear suspects.
MONTESANO — The public will get four chances to chime in about the boundaries of a proposed hospital district and whether it should stretch from Brady all the way through Aberdeen to the beaches.
A Level 3 sex offender living in Aberdeen has registered a new address, the Aberdeen Police Department reported.
Tulip season is winding down as the Satsop Bulb Farm plans to harvest the last of its crop on Monday morning, according to co-owner Karel Smith.
Hoquiam could soon see recreational marijuana businesses cropping up in the city after the Hoquiam City Council voted Monday night to strike down an earlier measure banning pot businesses.
Four people were taken to Willapa Harbor Hospital Monday afternoon following a two-car crash on Highway 6, about eight miles east of Raymond.
If it seemed like more people were getting pulled over this weekend, they were. The Grays Harbor County Sheriff’s Office stopped 146 drivers in its distracted driving emphasis.