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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.
Union employees with Behavioral Heath Resources say that while systemic change is needed to resolve all of the issues within BHR, mismanagement, a “shame and blame” atmosphere, wages demands and cuts to medical benefits are all reasons for their current labor problems. A three-day strike is planned for Friday, March 14.
Westport Mayor Michael Bruce and all five members of the City Council hosted a Town Hall meeting Monday evening, March 3, in the Ocosta High School commons. The meeting was held to allow citizens an opportunity to learn more about the option of contracting with the Grays Harbor County Sheriff’s Office (GHCSO) for policing services, to get answers to questions and to express their preferences as to how the City should proceed.
The city of Ocean Shores is updating its six-year transportation plan after receiving a grant to begin concept and design work for sidewalks, crosswalks, bike lanes and pedestrian lighting on Point Brown Avenue.
For the second consecutive year, the eighth annual Ocean Shores Razor Clam Festival &Seafood Extravaganza is expanding and charting new territory for a non-clam dig weekend.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The House voted last week to suspend a new tax penalty facing Americans who do not purchase health insurance required under the Affordable Care Act.
The Harbor Association of Volunteers for Animals (HAVA) will put a note written by Colton Harris-Moore, known as the Barefoot Bandit, among other paraphernalia up for auction on eBay today through next Saturday, March 15. The starting bid is $500.
The efforts of Greater Grays Harbor, Inc.’s Leadership Grays Harbor Class of 2013 — a group of local business and civic leaders — over the past year, were on display Thursday afternoon during a dedication ceremony for the outdoor playground cover they had built for the Children’s Advocacy Center of Grays Harbor.
For the first time in two weeks, the bottom floor of the Emerson Manor is up-and-running.
A suspected drunken driver was arrested early Friday after striking a semi-truck on Interstate 5 and rupturing its fuel line, causing a freeway closure for 2 1/2 hours while crews cleaned up diesel fuel.
OLYMPIA— Division II Court of Appeals Judge J. Robin Hunt announced she will not seek a fourth term and will retire from the bench at the end of the year when her current term expires.