With temperatures expected to soar in inland Western Washington, expect people to flock toward the coast, and there are a number of fun options around Grays Harbor this weekend. Here’s a brief roundup of the major events:
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The Shell Station in Elma was evacuated for a short time Thursday afternoon after a car caught fire near the station’s gas pumps. No one was injured during the fire, said Elma Fire Battalion Chief Tyson Boling.
The Aberdeen City Council voted unanimously at its meeting Wednesday night to adopt a six-month moratorium on auto-racing events within the city limits.
An Aberdeen man accused of lighting his house on fire last December pleaded not guilty to first-degree arson charges on Monday.
A woman was taken to Grays Harbor Community Hospital with a head injury after being run over in a motorized chair by an SUV at the intersection of Simpson Avenue and Oak Street on Monday.
Four people were taken to Grays Harbor Community Hospital Monday afternoon after two cars collided at the intersection of Highway 12 and Sargent Boulevard, just east of Aberdeen.
OLYMPIA – Some seniors and disabled citizens will have an easier time qualifying for property tax relief starting with their 2016 tax bill.
LACEY — Anchor Bancorp (NASDAQ:ANCB), the holding company for Anchor Bank, last week reported net income of $624,000 or $0.25 per diluted share, for the fourth quarter of its fiscal year ended June 30, 2015, compared to net income of $298,000 or $0.12 per diluted share for the same period last year.
The Vessel Activity Report from the Port of Grays Harbor for June 2015.
An ordinance to allow all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) on county roads, and a resolution banning floating sky lanterns during burn bans, both will be drafted and brought before the Grays Harbor County commissioners following a conversation with Sheriff Rick Scott on Monday.
Washington State Supreme Court Justice Mary Yu attended a discussion put on by Out and Proud Grays Harbor Monday morning at Montesano High School that addressed struggles facing the LGBTQ community on Grays Harbor, but also acknowledged progress that has been made locally on the gender equality.
Market Street between F and Alder streets will be subjected to closures throughout the week as the city gears up for the Market Street Asphalt Preservation Project, according to a statement from Lakeside Industries, the company doing the work.
An online petition created by a Hoquiam woman is pushing the Aberdeen City Council to postpone a decision to restripe Wishkah and Heron streets to change portions of the highway to two lanes from three.
A small fire believed to be caused by a burning cigarette butt at Grays Harbor Stamp Works in Aberdeen left the store’s owners breathing a sigh of relief Monday afternoon as no merchandise was lost and the historic building will continue to be open for business.
County and Aberdeen Elks disagree about park lease