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Public record: Superior Court, Sept. 29

Recently filed case list for Grays Harbor County Superior Court

  • Oct 1st, 2016

 

In Ocean Shores, lodging tax funds not enough to cover all the requests

The Ocean Shores Lodging Tax Advisory Committee last week began to review more than a dozen requests for an estimated $1.05 million in hotel/motel sales tax revenue next year, but those requests total at least $427,104 more than the city will have available to disburse.

 

Shelton’s Taylor Shellfish faces racial discrimination lawsuit

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) filed the lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Tacoma, on behalf of Jeremy Daniels, aformer employee at the company’s Samish Bay farm in Skagit County.

  • Oct 1st, 2016

 

Terri Harber/Daily World Wil Russoul and Nita Cross, who also goes by the name Wednesday, perform outside of Aberdeen City Hall on Wednesday night. About 40 people held a candle light vigil to remember Brooke Sandback and remind the community about the plight of the local homeless population.

Homeless and activists hold vigil outside Aberdeen City Hall

Participants remember friend and publicly demonstrate to keep spotlight on needs of area homeless

Terri Harber/Daily World Wil Russoul and Nita Cross, who also goes by the name Wednesday, perform outside of Aberdeen City Hall on Wednesday night. About 40 people held a candle light vigil to remember Brooke Sandback and remind the community about the plight of the local homeless population.
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Public record: District Court, Sept. 29

Recently filed case list from Grays Harbor County District Court

  • Oct 1st, 2016
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Required permits, approvals and plans

Long list of permits and approvals required before projecy can begin

(File photo | The Daily World) Rail cars line up inside the entrance of Westway Terminals’ Port of Grays Harbor property last December. The company is interested in expanding its facility to handle crude oil shipments.

FEIS for crude oil shipment terminal in Hoquiam released

Significant and unavoidable environmental impacts to health and safety likely if an accident occurs

(File photo | The Daily World) Rail cars line up inside the entrance of Westway Terminals’ Port of Grays Harbor property last December. The company is interested in expanding its facility to handle crude oil shipments.
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FEIS for crude oil shipment terminal in Hoquiam released

Significant and unavoidable environmental impacts to health and safety likely if an accident occurs

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(Corey Morris | The Vidette) Wenzel Slough Road at Vance Creek was impassible on Nov. 18, 2015, due to flood waters. A draft programmatic EIS has been released for the Chehalis Basin Strategy which looks to mitigate flooding impacts throughout the basin.

Flooding project EIS taking comments; public hearings planned

Comment period closes on Oct. 31

(Corey Morris | The Vidette) Wenzel Slough Road at Vance Creek was impassible on Nov. 18, 2015, due to flood waters. A draft programmatic EIS has been released for the Chehalis Basin Strategy which looks to mitigate flooding impacts throughout the basin.
Winners chosen for efforts to help residents thrive
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Shoalwater Bay Tribe awarded national Culture of Health prize

Winners chosen for efforts to help residents thrive

Winners chosen for efforts to help residents thrive
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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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