The filmmaker Wes Craven battled brain cancer at the end of his 76 years, and his death Sunday brought forth a flurry of tributes to, among others, his most influential demon child.
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Congressman Derek Kilmer released a statement in support of the Iran nuclear deal on Friday, saying he believes the agreement is best for national security.
The McCleary City Council unanmiously approved funding its police department through the end of November.
Discussion surrounding Hoquiam’s new homeless encampment has helped drive the establishment of a neighborhood-watch group as campers and their neighbors get acquainted during the camp’s first week.
Have you always wanted to learn to square dance? Or perhaps you just need some brushing up on your do si do or alamand left.
The Department of Natural Resources announced Friday that it will lift its burn ban for campfires in approved fire pits on official campgrounds west of the Cascade Mountains. Fires will be permitted beginning Saturday, according to a statement from the department.
The Port of Grays Harbor is seeking input from the public on how to improve its recreational waterfront facilities.
A former Aberdeen jail detainee has filed a civil rights lawsuit against the city and a jailer after her four-day incarceration resulted in an eight-day stay at Grays Harbor Community Hospital, according to court documents.
FORKS — Rayonier Inc. gave a total of $35,000 to 26 nonprofit organizations serving communities in Clallam and Grays Harbor counties.
The Salmon River in the Queets Valley of Olympic National Park reopened for recreational fishing Wednesday as recent rains have alleviated low-water conditions in the river.
The Grays Harbor County Sheriff’s Office has sent out an updated missing persons flyer for Lindsey Baum, who went missing in June of 2009 when she was 10 years old.
2015 Showcase Grays Harbor Tour is set for Friday, Sept. 18, beginning at 7 a.m. with a tour of Grays Harbor College’s Bishop Center and the Gene Schermer Building.
Hoquiam schools joined many on the Twin Harbors Tuesday by welcoming their students back to school.
On Aug. 20, the state Supreme Court unanimously affirmed the convictions of Frederick D. Russell, who killed three people, one of them from Westport, and nearly killed three others in a June 4, 2001, drunk-driving crash in Eastern Washington.