The Washington Traffic Safety Commission announced Friday that 120 law enforcement agencies around the state will conduct extra DUI patrols this holiday season in an attempt to make the roadways safer during Christmas and New Year’s.
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Though a high surf advisory issued by the National Weather Service expired early this morning, a coastal flood watch remains in effect until this afternoon.
EVERETT — The parade of flat-black tank cars began arriving here less than two years ago.
Stevens Elementary second-graders gave blankets and Christmas cards to local medical patients that they made over the last few weeks with some help from teachers. The idea for the project came from Katelynn Marx, 8, who wanted to help after seeing how cold some patients got while receiving treatment when she was with her mom, Melinda Marx, at Cancer Center of Grays Harbor. Each second-grade class made two fleece blankets to be given to patients.
The Hoquiam City Council meeting scheduled for Dec. 22 has been canceled.
The holiday season will impact local garbage pickup.
Edward Stanaway, who just last week confirmed that he would be a candidate for mayor of Aberdeen next fall, has changed his mind and dropped out of the race.
“Rainy Day Reading Reviews” is a program developed by the Aberdeen Timberland Library to engage the local book-loving community.
A high surf advisory has been issued by the National Weather Service for ocean beaches, effective through Saturday at 6 a.m.
The City of Hoquiam has applied for a community development planning grant that would allow for an examination of the city’s emergency services plan and may recommend a merger between the Hoquiam and Aberdeen Fire Departments.
Sound Publishing has named Stan Woody to be publisher of The Daily World and Sound’s three weekly newspapers on Grays Harbor — The Vidette in Montesano, The South Beach Bulletin in Westport and The North Coast News in Ocean Shores.
With a preferred alternative selected, the East Aberdeen Mobility Project will slowly move forward.
About 75 people turned out Wednesday night for an open house event to examine three alternatives that would have a dramatic impact on traffic patterns in East Aberdeen, with the aim to allow traffic, retail shopping and an increasingly busy rail corridor to coexist.
The Travel Channel’s “Hotel Impossible” episode featuring the Ocean Crest Resort in Moclips airs this evening, and the family that owns the resort and restaurant takes some heat in the hour-long feature.
A former Stevens Elementary School employee was taken into custody Wednesday on on suspicion of felony harassment after allegedly making threatening phone calls to the school’s principal, forcing the school to cancel classes, said Aberdeen Police Capt. John Green.