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2018 Aberdeen budget includes city administrator

Council member Margo Shortt was the only one who spoke against it at Wednesday’s meeting

  • Dec 14th, 2017

 

Pe Ell’s Erin Frasier announces bid for 19th District seat held by Aberdeen Republican Jim Walsh

She’s worked for 10 years at Grays Harbor College

  • Dec 14th, 2017

 

Inslee appoints several locals to marine advisory council

Commercial fishing, conservation, economic development, education, energy covered.

  • Dec 13th, 2017

 

Inslee: ‘Unstable’ Trump could start nuclear war

He added that Trump’s ability to start a nuclear war represented a “clear and present danger to American democracy.”

  • Dec 13th, 2017

Simpson Ave. to be closed one block at a time for water line replacement

Existing 10-inch pipes being replaced are about 100 years old

  • Dec 13th, 2017

WDFW plans first razor clam digs of 2018, starting New Year’s Day

Pending outcome of toxin tests

  • Dec 13th, 2017

O.S. council approves major rate hike for ambulance

Monthly rate could rise from $7.48 to $19.03 under rate study scenario

Shelter group offers training for working with homeless

There are almost 100 trained volunteers now for the homeless shelter program

Hoquiam council revises shorelines permit application fee structure

Significantly reduces permit fee for BHP potash facility application

DAN HAMMOCK | THE DAILY WORLD
                                Hoquiam City Councilmen John Pellegrini (left) and Richard Pennant sat in on their last meeting as members of the council Monday evening. Pellegrini had served for 12 years in Ward 1, Pennant for four in Ward 2. Mayor Jasmine Dickhoff honored both with gifts, and Pellegrini was presented a plaque thanking him for his many years of service to the city.

Pellegrini honored for 12 years service on Hoquiam City Council Monday

Last meeting for outgoing councilman Pennant as well

  • Dec 12th, 2017
DAN HAMMOCK | THE DAILY WORLD
                                Hoquiam City Councilmen John Pellegrini (left) and Richard Pennant sat in on their last meeting as members of the council Monday evening. Pellegrini had served for 12 years in Ward 1, Pennant for four in Ward 2. Mayor Jasmine Dickhoff honored both with gifts, and Pellegrini was presented a plaque thanking him for his many years of service to the city.

Vingo appointed Hoquiam Municipal Court judge

Hoquiam City Council confirmed Mayor Dickhoff’s appointment Monday

A rare sight: Geminid meteor shower might be visible here

Wednesday night is peak

  • Dec 12th, 2017

Montesano Fire Department offers classes for high-schoolers

Fire cadet program aims to serve as a steppingstone for those interested in either volunteer or career firefighting.

Three months after Scatter Creek wildfire, recovery in Rochester continues

The state’s Department of Fish and Wildlife will hold a meeting this week to update the community on restoration efforts at the Scatter Creek Wildlife Area

  • Dec 11th, 2017

Final hearing for Aberdeen’s 2018 budget set for Wednesday

The city administrator role has not changed much since its inception

County once again a voting member of Council of Governments

Agency deals mostly with planning issues

PETTY OFFICER 2ND CLASS MATTHEW FISHLER | U.S. COAST GUARD
                                A Coast Guard boat crew aboard the <em>Triumph II</em>, a 52-foot Motor Life Boat from Coast Guard Cape Disappointment, conducting a tow off Willapa Bay Sunday. The <em>Triumph II</em> is one of only four 52-foot Motor Life Boats in the Coast Guard and is specially designed for the deep water bars of the Pacific Northwest.

Triumph tows disabled dragger with 42,000 lbs of fish aboard through deep draft bar

Coast Guard uses 52-foot motor life boat to tow the boat into Astoria, Ore.

  • Dec 11th, 2017
PETTY OFFICER 2ND CLASS MATTHEW FISHLER | U.S. COAST GUARD
                                A Coast Guard boat crew aboard the <em>Triumph II</em>, a 52-foot Motor Life Boat from Coast Guard Cape Disappointment, conducting a tow off Willapa Bay Sunday. The <em>Triumph II</em> is one of only four 52-foot Motor Life Boats in the Coast Guard and is specially designed for the deep water bars of the Pacific Northwest.

Westport crabber sentenced for stealing commercial pots

$5,000 fine, 90 days home monitoring starting May 1 for Larrin Breitsprecher

  • Dec 11th, 2017

Temporary changes coming to SR 8 in McCleary

Fish passage project

  • Dec 11th, 2017