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County commission delays I-1639 resolution to revisit language

Grays Harbor County commissioners again postponed voting on a resolution opposing Initiative…

County funds half of Greater Grays Harbor Inc. CEO, business development manager salaries

County funds half of Greater Grays Harbor Inc. CEO, business development manager…

How they voted in Olympia

After cancellation of hearings due to extreme weather and road conditions early…

  • Feb 19th, 2019

Washington courts likely to decide which legislative records will be open to the public after lawmakers say proposal is dead

By Jim Camden The Spokesman-Review OLYMPIA — An effort to open some…

  • Feb 19th, 2019

Proposed public records bill is dead

Senator withdraws bill exempting legislature from public disclosure of some records

  • Feb 19th, 2019

Is Annie Doe, Annie Lehman?

47-year-old cold case trail may lead to Aberdeen

Federal judge grants settlement for homeless advocates in lawsuit against Aberdeen

A federal judge in Tacoma recently granted $18,000 in damages as part…

Aberdeen woman killed in crash on SR 8 Saturday

Tannija J. Smith, 24, of Aberdeen, was killed Saturday in a one-vehicle…

  • Feb 18th, 2019
Louis Krauss | Grays Harbor News Group
                                A health worker prepares a syringe to be used in vaccinations.

Sixty percent of state’s infants fully vaccinated on time, data shows

Some areas of Washington state are experiencing a measles outbreak and it…

Louis Krauss | Grays Harbor News Group
                                A health worker prepares a syringe to be used in vaccinations.

U.S. Senate passes bill to make coast a National Heritage Area

Legislation that establishes parts of Washington’s coast as a National Maritime Heritage…

  • Feb 18th, 2019

A smokey bear

The 11th annual Burning Bears celebration lit up the sub-freezing night at…

  • Feb 18th, 2019
(Daily World file) A batch of razor clams.

State tentatively plans 12 days of razor clam digging starting March 16

OLYMPIA – State shellfish managers have tentatively scheduled razor clam digs on…

  • Feb 18th, 2019
(Daily World file) A batch of razor clams.

Amid measles outbreak, state House panel moves to ban personal vaccineexemptions

By Jake Goldstein-Street The Seattle Times OLYMPIA — A state House committee…

  • Feb 17th, 2019

‘Operation Green Jade’ fallout: Courts still juggling Chinese drug-ring cases

On the day of the big raid in late 2017, there were…

  • Feb 15th, 2019

Correction

Port tonnage Due to a source error the total metric tonnage of…

  • Feb 15th, 2019

Council finalizes homeless policies in Aberdeen

Two ordinances that affect homeless people in Aberdeen were finalized at Wednesday…

McDermoth Elementary teacher arrested for rape of a child

A physical education teacher at McDermoth Elementary School in Aberdeen was arrested…

Montesano resident named new Coastal Harvest executive director

Brent Hunter of Montesano has been named the new executive director of…

  • Feb 15th, 2019

NCN911: Police warn of cougar in the Weatherwax

The Ocean Shores Police Department has issued a warning about a cougar…

  • Feb 15th, 2019
(Courtesy Aberdeen Fire Department) Firefighters respond to an attic fire on Simpson Avenue in Aberdeen.

No injuries reported in Aberdeen house fire

A house fire in Aberdeen caused extensive damage to the attic and…

  • Feb 15th, 2019
(Courtesy Aberdeen Fire Department) Firefighters respond to an attic fire on Simpson Avenue in Aberdeen.