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Grays Harbor Restaurant Inspections: July 1 to July 31

High Tyde Cafe: 25 red, American Sunset RV Resort: 10 red, Frontager’s Pizza Company: 5 red

  • Aug 29th, 2016

 

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Rapper Macklemore coming to the 7th St. Theatre Monday.

Nationally renowned rapper Macklemore will perform to a sold out crowd at Hoquiam’s 7th Street Theater Monday night.

 

New oil reporting rule expected to improve safety

The rule is intended to improve the safety of communities along railroad tracks and pipelines being used to move crude oil through the state.

  • Aug 29th, 2016

 

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Hoquiam High School program helps freshmen fit in

Hoquiam High School kicked off its initial GrizzlyFusion mentoring program this week with one day of training Thursday and another of games and activities on Friday.

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Homeless people address city council about their condition

A couple of homeless individuals told Aberdeen City Council Wednesday that perception is not necessarily reality.

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State announces free fishing for the next few days while license sales are suspended

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) has temporarily suspended the sale of fishing and hunting licenses.

  • Aug 27th, 2016

New state rule will help first responders prepare for crude oil shipments

Washingtonians were made a little safer Wednesday when the state adopted a rule requiring facilities that receive crude oil by rail to notify the Washington Department of Ecology in advance.

  • Aug 27th, 2016

Christine Flowers: Disgusted by anti-Catholic rhetoric of campaign

I won’t allow slurs against my faith to be justified by irrelevant and off-point debates about illegal immigration.

  • Aug 27th, 2016

Mike Hashimoto: It’s tough to be a Republican these days

Donald Trump, whose entire primary campaign seemed built on touting his poll standing and saying whatever poppedinto his head, hasn’t led Clinton in a single national poll for more than a month.

  • Aug 27th, 2016

Cancer now kills more people than heart disease in 22 states

Cancer has surpassed heart disease as the leading cause of death in Washington and 21 other states.

  • Aug 25th, 2016

World Gone By 8.25

In 1941, three young fishermen rescued from cold Willapa Harbor

Child Find screening service offered

Hoquiam Special Services will offer Child Find screenings Tuesday through Friday, Sept. 6-9, at Lincoln Elementary School to determine if a young child may need special education services.

  • Aug 25th, 2016
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WDFW boat launch near Montesano to close for renovations

The public boat launch on the Chehalis River near Montesano is scheduled to close Sept. 6-16 to replace the existing boat ramps and begin renovating the facility owned by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW).

  • Aug 25th, 2016
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Warm weather in region to get warmer — again

The National Weather Service has issued a Fire Weather Watch for Thursday through Friday.

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Writers’ support center slated to open in September

Gregory and Ruth Zschomler continue refurbishing the former home of the Bible Missionary Churchto serve as asupport center for writers and authors called Harbor House.

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Estate of Hoquiam couple makes large donation

Grays Harbor Community Hospital Foundation Board received what they described as a “generous contribution” from the estate of Dick and Patricia Warren of Hoquiam.

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Hoquiam City Council approves Historic District draft

The Hoquiam City Council on Monday considered a resolution to approve a draft of guidelines for the Hoquiam Downtown Historic District

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New era means more use of contemporary ideas at North Thurston

North Thurston, led by a Hoquiam grad, is a part of experimental practice survey program

  • Aug 24th, 2016

Man who stole safe, tried to run down deputy to serve 4+ years

Shelton man who took a safe from Olympia’s Bayview Thriftway has been sentenced to four years

  • Aug 24th, 2016

Charter school advocates undeterred, will fight second lawsuit

Washington charter school advocates to intervene in a lawsuit that challenges charter school law.

  • Aug 24th, 2016