The second razor clam dig of the fall season started Wednesday and will continue on Twin Harbors beaches through next Tuesday. As in the previous opening, all digs are scheduled on evening tides. No digging will be allowed on any beach before noon.
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Brian Blake Democrat
Cosmopolis Mayor Vickie Raines thought about running for county commissioner before.
About four years ago, Keith Olson hung up his dress shirts and slacks and put on his flannels and jeans again.
A tight budget, a straight-talking council president and a concerned citizen could mean the end of fluoridated water in Aberdeen.
Two competing gun initiatives are attracting money from interests out of state, with both sides saying the other initiative is shooting blanks.
A review hearing for an Aberdeen woman charged with second degree murder was pushed back on Monday after she was deemed by Western State Hospital as incompetent to stand trial, according to Chief Criminal Deputy Katie Svoboda.
Renovation under way on the East Hoquiam Fire Station will streamline operations for the department and better provide services to the public, according to Hoquiam Fire Chief Paul Dean.
This Saturday, Oct. 25, is National Make a Difference Day! You’ve probably noticed the advertising blitz on the four major television broadcast networks this week; now you have the opportunity to participate locally.
A 24-year-old Cosmopolis man was transported to Grays Harbor Community Hospital early Tuesday morning for injuries suffered after being assaulted and robbed of his wallet and cell phone behind the Travel Lure Motel in Aberdeen, according to Aberdeen Police Capt. John Green.
A Westport woman died in a two-car accident Tuesday morning after her vehicle was involved in a collision on Highway 105, five miles southwest of Aberdeen, according to the Washington State Patrol.
High winds and heavy rain are expected to impact the Harbor tonight and tomorrow.
The Greater Grays Harbor Inc. monthly business forum is set for Tuesday, Oct. 28, at the Aberdeen Veterans of Foreign Wars post.
An Elma man appeared in Grays Harbor County Superior Court Monday for a preliminary appearance on two counts of first degree possession of depictions of minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct and one count of voyeurism. He was arrested last Friday by Elma Police, according to Elma Patrol Officer Steve Beck.
A free public panel discussion titled, “Oil Trains and Terminals in Grays Harbor: Health Risks &Environmental Impacts,” will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 1, at the Hoquiam High School Little Theater.