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Flood assistance FYI

As residents from both Aberdeen and Hoquiam are still recovering from the torrential rain and landslides that affected the area in early January, various groups and organizations have stepped up to help victims. Listed are some of these efforts.

Timberland Bank donates $10,000 for flood relief

Timberland Bank President Mike Sand, right, presents a $10,000 check to community leader John Warring (middle) and Jim Daly, executive director of the Grays Harbor Community Foundation. The foundation has established an ad-hoc committee to administer funds received specifically for January 2015 storm relief efforts.

Jaen Henry remembered at North Beach

With about 200 people singing his favorite tune — the North Beach High School fight song — Jaen Henry was honored and remembered in a celebration of his years of service to the local school district and scores of students.

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Frustrated, flooded residents vent to Hoquiam council

While some, including County Commissioner Frank Gordon, came out to commend the City of Hoquiam for its response to a major flood on Monday, Jan. 5, other community members came out to complain, some about the city and some about other residents, during the City Council meeting on Monday night.

Big grants will help three fish-passage projects

Three projects in Grays Harbor County — two of which are located in the East County were among those to receive a portion of $18 million in grants to restore salmon habitat and conserve pristine areas, helping bring salmon back from the brink of extinction, the Washington Salmon Recovery Funding Board announced recently.