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Bridge jumper pulled safely from river

Woman was rescued from the Chehalis River Wednesday.

 

Inslee-Bryant debate presents clear differences

First televised debate for the two

  • Sep 29th, 2016

 

Aberdeen council on board with consolidation of services with neighboring cities

A letter detailing the plan was signed by Mayors Erik Larson, Jasmine Dickhoff and Frank Chestnut, respectively.

 

New schools chief takes oath in North Beach district

New North Beach School Supt. Deborah Holcomb was sworn in during the first School Board meeting of the 2016-17 year, and then later addressed the Ocean Shores City Council on Monday.

South Beach growers are busy harvesting cranberries for worldwide markets.
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Harvest time— Bright ripe cranberries coming off South Beach bogs

Local harvest predicted near to last year’s crop

South Beach growers are busy harvesting cranberries for worldwide markets.
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Bob Kirkpatrick/Daily World photo 24th Legislative District candidates (from left) Kevin Van De Wege, Danille Turissini, Mike Chapman, George Vrable, John Alger and Steve Tharinger

24th District candidates make their case at forum

None of the six are from Grays Harbor County.

Bob Kirkpatrick/Daily World photo 24th Legislative District candidates (from left) Kevin Van De Wege, Danille Turissini, Mike Chapman, George Vrable, John Alger and Steve Tharinger

Aberdeen school board mulls bond measure, construction wish list

The district intends to present voters with a bond request for construction projects, but hasn’t yet set a date for introducing such aproposal.

Voters say Clinton won the debate, but impact is still unclear

The latest evidence comes from an NBC/SurveyMonkey poll that found more than half of likely voters viewed Clinton as the winner of thetelevised debate. About 1 in 5 voters said Trump had won, and one-quarter said neither did.

  • Sep 29th, 2016

‘Barefoot Bandit’ transferred to work-release program

Harris-Moore, now 25, checked into the Reynolds Work Release, just a few blocks from the Pioneer Square offices of his former defenseattorney.

  • Sep 29th, 2016
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Coastal cleanup efforts remove debris from local beaches

Hundreds of volunteers clean up local beaches along the Washington coastline.

  • Sep 28th, 2016
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Terri Harber/Daily World Jasmine Marotta-Jaenecke, a midwife, is one of the leaders of a support group for new mothers. She is shown preparing for a meeting.

New-mother support group welcoming new participants

The group is tasked with helping new mothers to suffer from postpartum depression

Terri Harber/Daily World Jasmine Marotta-Jaenecke, a midwife, is one of the leaders of a support group for new mothers. She is shown preparing for a meeting.

County’s 2017 general fund budget will be tight

County general fund requests are looking red again

  • Sep 28th, 2016
Rebecca Chaffee, Port of Willapa Harbor Manager, offers her insight of the cannabis industry to Port of Grays Harbor Commissioners in a special session Tuesday. BOB KIRKPATRICK/THE DAILY WORLD

Commissioners pave way for marijuana cultivation at Satsop Business Park

Satsop Business Park will house a marijuana cultivation and processing facility.

  • Sep 28th, 2016
Rebecca Chaffee, Port of Willapa Harbor Manager, offers her insight of the cannabis industry to Port of Grays Harbor Commissioners in a special session Tuesday. BOB KIRKPATRICK/THE DAILY WORLD
Actress and former Miss Universe Alicia Machado campaigns for Hillary Clinton on August 20 in Miami

Former Miss Universe insulted by Trump emerges as forceful Clinton ally

Clinton’s crisp recitation of the insults Trump lobbed at Alicia Machado was a breakout moment in Monday’s lively debate.

  • Sep 28th, 2016
Actress and former Miss Universe Alicia Machado campaigns for Hillary Clinton on August 20 in Miami
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Yoakam’s crew gets heated up over cold sandwiches

The Dwight Yoakam concert Sunday at the D & R was delayed over food accommodations.

  • Sep 28th, 2016
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Ex-Pacific County undersheriff suing for public records

Attorney says his client wants to know why he was fired

Topic of oil terminals causes tension at Hoquiam City Council meeting

Mayor Dickhoff responds to criticism by project opponents

Quinault lawsuit nets Tribe $27 million

The Quinault Indian Nation is the recipient of a large windfall

  • Sep 27th, 2016

Patients flood ERs, hospitals after pain clinics’ shutdown

Some patients say they’ve been abandoned with no care for legitimate and agonizing pain.

  • Sep 27th, 2016

Bill to Save Salmon, Kill Sea Lions, Passes House Committee

The bill is designed to improve survival rates of endangered salmon, steelhead and native fish species in the Columbia River system.

  • Sep 25th, 2016