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Seattle Tunnel Partners spent three work shifts trying in vain — as temperatures spiked, motors shut down and mud flooded in — to budge its giant boring machine after stalls Dec. 6 and 7, newly released records show.
Automotive professors and students at South Puget Sound Community College were in shock Tuesday after being notified their $250,000 pre-production Dodge Viper SRT must be destroyed within two weeks.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — In a rare moment of bipartisanship, the House voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to roll back flood insurance rate increases that have devastated many homeowners in coastal communities and dogged lawmakers on the campaign trail.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Obama administration announced Wednesday that some Americans with health insurance policies that don’t meet consumer standards set by the president’s new health care law would be allowed to keep their plans into 2017, three years later than originally envisioned.
The Grays Harbor PUD could see some budget changes in coming months as utility officials try to cover the growing cost of medical coverage without increasing utility rates.
ARTIC – Effective immediately, the speed limit on Highway 101 south of Artic in Grays Harbor County is reduced from 55 mph to 25 mph. Recent heavy rains have caused the recurrence of chronic roadway settlement along a 200-foot stretch of highway.
OLYMPIA – Razor clam diggers will have a few more beaches to consider in late March and April, following a decision today by state shellfish managers to add digs to a list of dates previously announced.
The Grays Harbor Vision 2020 organization, formed to pull together ideas and an action plan for the area’s future, plans an open house and town hall style meeting next Tuesday at Aberdeen High School to talk about further implementing its agenda.
MONTESANO — The Grays Harbor County commissioners have agreed to hire an architect to figure out if a new public safety building could be constructed on the county campus in Montesano.
The bottom floor of the Emerson Manor is dried out, and local authorities have given Anchor Bank, the Hoquiam Senior Center and two other local businesses the go-ahead to move back in and resume operations on Friday.
Girls Scouts from Troop 40949 were out in force in front of Walmart on Tuesday afternoon, selling Girl Scout cookies to Walmart customers as they were exiting the store. “We’ve done very well” said 11-year-old Cynthia Hawes, who helped sell a few cases during her two-hour shift. According to the Girl Scouts website, Scouts will continue selling cookies at local stores until cookie season ends on March 16.
Ready to take that next step in education? Grays Harbor Community Foundation might help you get there.
A bronze sculpture of Capt. Robert Gray, for whom Grays Harbor is named, has returned to its original home at the Grays Harbor Historical Seaport Authority. The 22 ½-inch, 62-pound bust was sculpted by Shelton artist Molly Casey in 1988 to honor the construction of the brig Lady Washington , which was launched in 1989 as part of the state’s centennial celebrations.
Wild Olympics legislation has little chance of passage during the 2014 congressional session, the bill’s sponsors in the House and Senate say.