Family, friends, suppliers and even former competitors turned out Saturday to congratulate Nancy and Brad Barnes of Barnes Florist on their retirement after 55 years in business on the Harbor.
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Along with a dwindling number of stores, shrinking foot traffic, years of deferred maintenance, at the SouthShore Mall in Aberdeen, now add to the challenges facing mall management, a disagreement with the county over property taxes and with the state over a ground lease the mall pays for a portion of the parking lot.
With unemployment a chronic problem on Grays Harbor, Congressman Derek Kilmer has largely focused on economic development during his most recent tour of the 6th Congressional District.
Citizens will have a chance to learn more about Grays Harbor’s proposed public hospital district at a series of public forums April 21 through 28.
ELMA — Summit Pacific Medical Center will host a free dinner and educational seminar on stokes April 25.
ELMA — Low-income individuals and families are still able to qualify and sign up for insurance through Washington Apple Health, the state’s free insurance program.
In their latest draft of a Memorandum of Agreement between parties debating the fate of the endangered Enchanted Valley Chalet, the Olympic National Park proposes to document its history, saving only small samples of the remote building for future museum exhibits. State historic preservation officials advocate saving the entire building.
The Washington State Patrol is looking for help finding a Minnesota man charged with 59 felony counts of criminal sexual misconduct involving two young girls.
Four teenage boys were arrested yesterday evening in connection with a burglary at the Brady Food Mart in Brady early Tuesday morning, the Grays Harbor Sheriff’s Office said.
Six more pontoons floated out of the Aberdeen casting basin late Tuesday night, marking the fourth of six float-outs scheduled for the State Route 520 bridge project.
A South Aberdeen man accused of firing his gun in his neighborhood, then engaging police in an 18-hour standoff in February appeared in Grays Harbor Superior Court Monday.
Lake Quinault will soon be open for non-tribal use once again, with Quinault Indian Nation officials deciding to lift fishing and boating bans at a Monday meeting. The lake will officially re-open April 26.
A second man will go to prison in connection with an assault on a Hoquiam couple in late December and one more person believed to be involved in the case is still at large.
Students from Cosmopolis and North River elementary schools and children from local day care centers were treated to a performance by Chinese acrobats with the Bureau of Lectures on Tuesday afternoon in the Cosmopolis Elementary School gym. The four acrobats performed a variety of acrobatic feats, including contortion, plate spinning and balancing acts.
Detectives with the Washington State Patrol concluded their investigation on potential child pornography on City of Montesano-owned computers. No charges will be filed against anyone due to a lack of evidence and no clear suspects.