A 9-year-old Montesano girl has filed a lawsuit against the promoter of a Mexican rodeo event for sustaining permanent injuries when a fence fell on her two years ago at the Grays Harbor County fairgrounds in Elma.
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Waves of Words and Brains for Books is sponsoring a writer’s conference Sept. 5-7 in Ocean Shores.
Grays Harbor District employees, first responders and media were invited to the Grays Harbor PUD on Thursday to watch a safety demonstration showing a variety of scenarios that could lead to accidental electrocution, injury and death. The demonstration utilized the Cowlitz County PUD’s Arc Trailer display, a ground level, high voltage safety display tool resembling a common power line setup. PUD lineman use the Arc Trailer display to show what happens when common items such as ladders, shovels and kites come into contact with dangerous levels of electricity and to raise awareness regarding electrical hazards.
A former Guardian Ad Litem attorney representing vulnerable children for Grays Harbor Superior Court is fighting to get paid what she says the county owes her for services performed several years ago.
Congressman Derek Kilmer met with North Beach business leaders, toured Ocean Shores’ jetty, marina and Damon Point on Friday, departing with what he said were several new perspectives on the issues impacting the central Washington coast.
The hospital commissioners in charge of Summit Pacific Medical Center on Thursday revoked an earlier resolution, which would have put an annexation measure on the ballot for the Montesano area.
The Aberdeen City Council fast-tracked two ordinances Wednesday night aimed at housekeeping measures for the Finance Department as the city enters audit season.
It’s rare in this day and age for citizens to be able to witness the creation of a public entity from the ground up, but that’s exactly what began Thursday at Grays Harbor Community Hospital in Aberdeen.
Officials from the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s National Flood Insurance Program came to Aberdeen Tuesday to explain how a new law passed in March could reform the 2012 act that unleashed a tsunami of anger nationwide when rates for many policyholders skyrocketed.
The Quinualt Indian Nation played host to the Humane Society Veterinary Medical Association Rural Area Veterinary Services program this week in the Taholah Community Center, giving anyone from the area the opportunity to bring in their cats and dogs for free vaccinations, examinations, neutering, spaying and more complicated surgical prodcedures when necessary. The non-profit organzation consisted of veterinary surgeons, technicians and students from as far away as Scotland who travel the country and specialize in providing veterinary services in Native American reservations, where veterinary services are not as common, while educating both the communities and students within the organization about veterinary care.
A discussion over when to surplus and sell three of the city’s used vehicles, such as a “retired” ambulance, turned into a shouting match that saw two Ocean Shores City Council members abruptly leave the regular council meeting Monday night.
A magnolia tree and bench stand outside the emergency room of St. Anthony Hospital in Gig Harbor, a quiet respite from the trauma inside.
Grays Harbor College will launch its new Plus 50 Encore Completion program with a free computer workshop on Saturday, Sept. 13, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Whiteside Education Center in Aberdeen.
On Monday, Aug. 18, 2014, Hoquiam Police Department’s “Chief for a Day,” Dylan Ellefson, was sworn-in at City Hall by Mayor Jack Durney.
On Oct.18, HAVA (Harbor Association of Volunteers for Animals) is planning its first Dogs’ Day Out event. It will be a celebration of our best friends and all they contribute to our lives.