The final three of the 33 pontoons built in Aberdeen for the SR 520 floating bridge will leave the factory early Tuesday morning, marking the end of the four-year building cycle.
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In a recent study done by personal finance research and analysis company ValuePenguin, Ocean Shores was ranked 35th safest place to live out of 113 other cities and towns in the state, while Aberdeen was ranked the 88th.
A bill that would strengthen the law regarding physically restraining and secluding students in Washington state overwhelmingly passed the state House on Monday.
When Grays Harbor Community Hospital CEO Tom Jensen signed his new contract in September of 2013, he agreed to a three-year pact to lead the facility at a starting salary just below the average for chief executives of similarly sized hospitals around the state.
Department of Transportation reports show that the bluff east of Aberdeen has seen eight slides since 1994 with the latest one in January, and a department official said it gets monitored every day.
OLYMPIA — All three 24th District legislators don’t want to set into concrete a state transportation bill funded by a 11.7-cent gas price hike over three years.
In the 19th Legislative District, Sen. Brian Hatfield voted for legislation that would raise the tax on gas by 11.7 cents over three years, but Reps. Brian Blake and Dean Takko are against it.
The price for Kurt Cobain’s childhood home on East First Street in Aberdeen, originally listed at $500,000 in September 2013, was reduced to $400,000 on Tuesday.
A bill that calls for study on the effects of long-term antibiotic therapy for Lyme disease patients was passed unanimously by the Senate on Tuesday.
A career that began as a position at a correctional facility in another county, eventually led Susan Shultz to Elma where she was sworn in as police chief on Feb. 17.
Hoquiam Mayor Jack Durney has asked the Hoquiam City Council to impose a moratorium on future oil facilities in the city. In a memorandum to council members that was made public Wednesday afternoon. Durney also asks the council to consider amending the city’s land use plan “to forbid wholesale liquefied petroleum facilities in any zone within the city of Hoquiam.” The changes would not affect three oil storage proposals already being considered in Hoquiam.
OLYMPIA — The Senate passed a bill on Monday to increase the gas tax by 11.7 cents per gallon to help fund a long term transportation package.
No one was injured after an SUV caught fire Tuesday afternoon near Aberdeen High School.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-Wash., said Tuesday that she will introduce legislation to establish new and stronger safety standards for trains hauling flammable crude oil.
The Grays Harbor Community Hospital Foundation at its Feb. 24 meeting voted unanimously to purchase nearly $35,000 worth of equipment for Grays Harbor Community Hospital.