Aberdeen Police are still “in the dark” regarding who shot and injured a 17-year-old male near East Second and North H streets on Thursday, according to Aberdeen Police Detective Jon Hudson.
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WASHINGTON, D.C. — Congress voted last week to give President Obama the green light to arm and train rebels in Syria to fight against violent jihadist forces in the Middle East.
Grays Harbor Sheriff Rick Scott says it will cost the cities of Elma and McCleary a total of $900,000 for his office to provide police services, money that would enable him to hire six more deputies and have a dedicated sergeant work with the new deputies.
The Pacific County Sheriff’s Office, Long Beach Police Department and Washington State Patrol reported there were no major traffic incidents or collisions at the 31st annual Rod Run To The End of The World event during the weekend of Sep. 5th and 6th, accoridng to a press realease from The Washington State Patrol.
The City of Ocean Shores Water Department will begin flushing fire hydrants the week of Sept. 29 and continue through Oct. 10.
A new medical marijuana collective garden cooperative recently opened on S. Montesano Street, a half block south of Westport City limits. The new operation follows closely on the heels of a co-op that abruptly closed its doors in early July after less than two months in operation.
Four busloads of business representatives toured growing ventures throughout Grays Harbor on Friday.
Seeking debt relief, entrepreneur John Yonich, who renovated the D&R Theatre in downtown Aberdeen, has filed two petitions under Chapter 7 bankruptcy since July 11 for the companies that operate the theater and Yonich’s nearby businesses.
A 17-year-old male suffered a single gunshot wound to his leg Thursday in the area of East Second and North H Streets, according to Aberdeen Police.
Last year, the Buckaroo Days Festival turned into a wet mess. It was fun — and it made everyone love the chili cookoff that much more to get out of the rain.
Plans were announced last week to open a retail marijuana business at Hogan’s Corner, with an opening expected before the end of October.
The challenges in maintaining Ocean Shores’ miles of fresh waterways were laid out on Saturday along with new ongoing efforts to monitor and test Duck Lake and the adjoining canals.
The Grays Harbor County commissioners will be faced with some difficult budget decisions in the next few months as they deal with lower revenue projections for 2015 and ever-increasing expenditures, largely because of decisions made giving nearly every county employee a raise, paying for higher rates to special funds and recent hirings.
Former Montesano Police chief Ray Sowers was charged Wednesday with possession of heroin and methamphetamine with intent to sell and unlawfully possessing a firearm, according to documents filed by the Pierce County Prosecutor’s Office.
Last year, the civic and arts group Our Aberdeen gave artist Erik Sandgren a choice: commemorate the history of Aberdeen or the birth of Nirvana. Sandgren, who heads the art department at Grays Harbor College, chose to do both.