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How America got hooked on a deadly drug

By Fred Schulte Kaiser Health News Purdue Pharma left almost nothing to…

  • Jun 19th, 2018

 

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                                Fen Shou Chen, who pleaded guilty March 23 to manufacturing a controlled substance after his arrest in the Green Jade illegal marijuana grow busts late last year, has filed a motion to withdraw his plea after discovering his felony conviction would lead to deportation to his native China.

Green Jade pot bust defendant asks to withdraw his plea

Said lack of proper interpreter led to unexpected deportation jeopardy

 

Washington driver’s licenses, ID cards to change on July 1

By Jim Camden The Spokesman-Review Some Washington driver’s licenses will have a…

  • Jun 19th, 2018

 

Olympic National Park will remove mountain goats

PORT ANGELES — The National Park Service has decided to relocate the…

  • Jun 19th, 2018

Young bicyclist suffers severe leg injury after collision with a car in Hoquiam Monday

10-year-old reportedly did not stop at the stop sign at 3rd and K streets

  • Jun 19th, 2018

State Department of Fish and Wildlife has a new director

By Rolf Boone The Olympian The state Department of Fish and Wildlife…

  • Jun 18th, 2018

Coast Guard medevacs fisherman 13 miles off Grays Harbor

WARRENTON, Ore. – The Coast Guard medically evacuated an injured fisherman 13…

  • Jun 18th, 2018

Couple rescued from sailing vessel Saturday

Coast Guard airlifts couple to safety after they encountered heavy seas

  • Jun 18th, 2018

Correction

Misidentified Les Bolton is the former executive director of the Grays Harbor…

  • Jun 18th, 2018

McCleary man killed after opening fire at Tumwater Walmart

Tumwater police say a 44-year-old McCleary man is dead after he opened…

  • Jun 18th, 2018

Bishop Curry speaks at Aberdeen affordable-housing rally

By Scott D. Johnston For The Daily World The Rev. Michael Curry,…

  • Jun 18th, 2018
Angelo Bruscas photo: Tsunami experts at the forum in Ocean Shores June 12 included from left, Maxmillan Dixon of Washington Emergency Management, Jeana Wiser of Project Safe Haven, Daniel Eungard of the Washington Geological Survey, Randall LeVeque of the University of Washington, Chris Moore of NOAA, Cale Ash, an engineer for Dejenkolb, and Tim Cook, state mitigation officer with Washington Emergency Mangement.

Local commitment urged at tsunami refuge forum

Vertical evacuation planning ongoing in several communities with grants applications pending

Angelo Bruscas photo: Tsunami experts at the forum in Ocean Shores June 12 included from left, Maxmillan Dixon of Washington Emergency Management, Jeana Wiser of Project Safe Haven, Daniel Eungard of the Washington Geological Survey, Randall LeVeque of the University of Washington, Chris Moore of NOAA, Cale Ash, an engineer for Dejenkolb, and Tim Cook, state mitigation officer with Washington Emergency Mangement.

No way to San Jose: Amtrak stops train and bus service around Oregon tunnel collapse

By Craig Sailor The News Tribune Amtrak has ended the charter bus…

  • Jun 16th, 2018

Thousands of artifacts from Aberdeen’s history gone in fire, including a Kurt Cobain exhibit

By Erik Lacitis The Seattle Times Sometimes it seems like this city…

  • Jun 16th, 2018

Speakers at Aberdeen City Council say now is the time to push for museum funding

Correction — June 18, 2018 This story has been corrected to indicate…

LOUIS KRAUSS | THE DAILY WORLD Washington Governor Jay Inslee, blue shirt on the right, speaks with CCAP staff at its new temporary offices in the Seafirst Building in Aberdeen. Aberdeen Mayor Erik Larson, green shirt, and CCAP CEO Craig Dublanko, middle, were also present.

Gov. Inslee visits temporary CCAP offices in Aberdeen

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee made a stop in Aberdeen on Friday to…

LOUIS KRAUSS | THE DAILY WORLD Washington Governor Jay Inslee, blue shirt on the right, speaks with CCAP staff at its new temporary offices in the Seafirst Building in Aberdeen. Aberdeen Mayor Erik Larson, green shirt, and CCAP CEO Craig Dublanko, middle, were also present.

Aberdeen approves preliminary engineering for roundabout

The Aberdeen City Council is moving forward with development of a planned…

DAN HAMMOCK | THE DAILY WORLD
                                Melissa Baum, the mother of Lindsey Baum who was abducted from McCleary in 2009, praised the efforts of local law enforcement that led to the discovery of her daughter’s remains last fall in Kittitas County. “Monsters do exist,” she said Thursday. “When you tell your kids they don’t, you are lying to them.”

Melissa Baum: ‘Monsters do exist’

Mother of murdered 10-year-old Lindsey Baum speaks at press conference in McCleary

DAN HAMMOCK | THE DAILY WORLD
                                Melissa Baum, the mother of Lindsey Baum who was abducted from McCleary in 2009, praised the efforts of local law enforcement that led to the discovery of her daughter’s remains last fall in Kittitas County. “Monsters do exist,” she said Thursday. “When you tell your kids they don’t, you are lying to them.”
DAN HAMMOCK | THE DAILY WORLD
                                Grays Harbor County Therapeutic Court Judge Stephen Brown discusses the progress made by one of the six current “clients,” as they are known, at the Grays Harbor County juvenile detention center in Junction City Tuesday afternoon.

New drug court aims to put offenders on a new path

Judge Stephen Brown looked across the bench to one of the six…

DAN HAMMOCK | THE DAILY WORLD
                                Grays Harbor County Therapeutic Court Judge Stephen Brown discusses the progress made by one of the six current “clients,” as they are known, at the Grays Harbor County juvenile detention center in Junction City Tuesday afternoon.