The State Auditor’s Office issued two findings Monday related to the way the county handles and reports grant funds. However, despite publicity over the issues in the Assessor’s Office, there was nary a word made about that during an exit interview with Auditor officials last week.
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SEATTLE — Washington Crab Producers, Inc., owner and operator of a seafood processing facility in Westport will pay a $16,551 penalty and provide a high-tech thermal imaging camera to the Westport Fire Department to settle alleged violations of the federal Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act, known as EPCRA.
The mother of all traffic jams never materialized on Interstate 5 through Olympia this past weekend, thanks to motorists heeding warnings about potential traffic tieups, which allowed road crews to complete preliminary work and reopen northbound Interstate-5 much earlier than expected, according to the state Department of Transportation.
Sun shimmered across the water as Aubry Glenn watched from the suite window of the Quinault Beach Resort on Friday. A view of the beach and the Pacific layered the horizon.
Aberdeen Councilman Alan Richrod has penned a pointed resolution asking the Port of Grays Harbor and the City of Hoquiam to reconsider, possibly rescind and deny further permission to ship crude oil by rail through the county, and plans to put it before his fellow council members.
The Grays Harbor County commissioners are considering using eminent domain to condemn two parcels of land along the Wishkah River to move forward with a potential multi-million dollar flood protection wall along the Wishkah Road.
Lauren Kuhn may be the fourth runner-up at Sunday night’s Miss America pageant; she is still number one in the hearts of Grays Harbor.
Two 19-year-olds were treated and released after a rollover accident on State Route 109, about 18 miles north of Ocean Shores Saturday morning, a spokesman for Grays Harbor Community Hospital said Sunday.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Senate Republicans last week blocked a Democrat-led effort to amend the Constitution to allow Congress to limit how much outside groups can spend on political campaigns.
Several local nonprofits benefited recently from the unrestricted gifts and generosity of Dr. Scott Weatherwax’s family foundation, the Grays Harbor Community Foundation announced this week.
Filling staff vacancies proved to be a bit of a hurdle for Hoquiam and Aberdeen schools this summer.
Moving to a safer option, the Aberdeen City Council voted unanimously this week to approve switching from chlorine gas to a newer technology to disinfect the city’s drinking water.
With a mighty grunt, Jerry Swanson launches his final drive of a 30-minute practice session down the first fairway at Grays Harbor Country Club.
Local officials responded less than positively to a letter from two Port of Olympia commissioners stating their opposition to proposals to ship crude oil through Grays Harbor.
The state Supreme Court was wise to hold off immediately sanctioning the Legislature for not making viable progress in fully funding public education, the State Attorney General Bob Ferguson said Thursday.