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Aberdeen teacher union endorses candidates

The Aberdeen Education Association is endorsing a slate of three candidates for…

  • Oct 18th, 2019

 

WASHINGTON STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY COLLECTION
                                A rear view of the Oregon-Washington Railway Navigation’s (OWRN) McKeen motor car No. 607 that ran on Grays Harbor about a hundred years ago, photographed in Montesano by Kronier.

The McKeen motor car No. 607

Nothing New By Roy Vataja

  • Oct 18th, 2019

 

Q&A with Dave Deakin

Aberdeen City Council Ward 3

  • Oct 18th, 2019

 

Q&A with Kati Kachman

Aberdeen City Council Ward 3

  • Oct 18th, 2019
Debbi Ross

Q&A with Debbi Ross

Aberdeen City Council Ward 4

  • Oct 18th, 2019
Debbi Ross

Q&A with Tara Mareth

Aberdeen City Council Ward 4

  • Oct 18th, 2019
PHOTO COURTESY AMY FOWLER
                                Vietnam veteran and retired millwright Larry Smith, here with his wife Michelle, shows off a 580-pound pumpkin he grew in his garden up the Wishkah. Smith’s stepdaughter, Amy Fowler, said Smith was challenged when his great-grandson was born 8 years ago to grow a pumpkin each year large enough for the child to fit in. The pumpkin is on display in front of Fowler’s home on Coolidge Road in South Aberdeen.

A great pumpkin

PHOTO COURTESY AMY FOWLER Vietnam veteran and retired millwright Larry Smith, here…

  • Oct 18th, 2019
PHOTO COURTESY AMY FOWLER
                                Vietnam veteran and retired millwright Larry Smith, here with his wife Michelle, shows off a 580-pound pumpkin he grew in his garden up the Wishkah. Smith’s stepdaughter, Amy Fowler, said Smith was challenged when his great-grandson was born 8 years ago to grow a pumpkin each year large enough for the child to fit in. The pumpkin is on display in front of Fowler’s home on Coolidge Road in South Aberdeen.

County adds $300,000 to advance rail overpass in Aberdeen

The County Commission on Tuesday approved an allocation to be made in…

  • Oct 18th, 2019

Westport mayoral candidates weigh in on city’s future

Golf course, city workers, marina ownership among topics discussed

E911 request tax increase for radio infrastructure

GHC E911 board requests November vote on increasing sales tax one-tenth of one percent to fund “emergency communications systems and facilities.” Director of 911 Brenda Kent asks for tax for 911 services

  • Oct 18th, 2019

Tom Quigg seeks election to Port Commission 2 position

The Port of Grays Harbor mission statement is, “To best utilize our…

APD seeking man wanted for first degree rape of a child

The Aberdeen Police Department is seeking the public’s help locating Silverio Velazquez-Tetlactle,…

  • Oct 18th, 2019

Body found on beach at Grayland

GRAYLAND — The Pacific County Sheriff’s Office and Washington’s State Parks Department…

  • Oct 18th, 2019
COURTESY PHOTO
                                Outgoing American Association of Port Authorities Chairman Will Friedman passes the gavel to Port of Grays Harbor Executive Director Gary Nelson to begin his 1-year term as Chairman of the Board.

Nelson begins term as chairman of ports group that has a loud and international voice

One-year term as chairman of American Association of Port Authorities

  • Oct 17th, 2019
COURTESY PHOTO
                                Outgoing American Association of Port Authorities Chairman Will Friedman passes the gavel to Port of Grays Harbor Executive Director Gary Nelson to begin his 1-year term as Chairman of the Board.
This screen grab is taken from Samantha Robinson’s video to educate people about earthquake preparedness. She recently won an award for the video.

Monte, Aberdeen students win state ShakeOut video awards

Watch the videos on YouTube.

  • Oct 17th, 2019
This screen grab is taken from Samantha Robinson’s video to educate people about earthquake preparedness. She recently won an award for the video.

Judge rejects federal permit for Washington shellfish industry

Hal Bernton The Seattle Times A federal judge has thrown out a…

  • Oct 18th, 2019
COURTESY FISH AND WILDLIFE
                                If marine toxin tests come back clean this week, a full slate of razor clam digs is set to kick off at north and south beaches Oct. 26.

Long Beach razor clam opener draws just shy of 19,000 diggers

Next round of digs start and north and south beaches Oct. 26, pending toxin test results

COURTESY FISH AND WILDLIFE
                                If marine toxin tests come back clean this week, a full slate of razor clam digs is set to kick off at north and south beaches Oct. 26.

Q&A with Kathryn Franzen

Q&A with Kathryn Franzen — Westport City Council Position 5

  • Oct 16th, 2019
Rose Jensen

QA with Rose Jensen

QA with Rose Jensen — Westport City Council Position 5

  • Oct 16th, 2019
Rose Jensen

Aberdeen Armory Building demolition begins Monday

The Aberdeen Armory Building, former home of the Aberdeen Museum of History,…

  • Oct 16th, 2019