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                                Members of the Hoquiam High School Class of 1969 open a time capsule Friday that was placed behind the cornerstone of the student center, where it had been since the school was dedicated exactly 50 years ago to the day. At left is Denise Burke, at center is former Hoquiam City Councilman John Pellegrini.

HHS time capsule opened

A time capsule placed behind the cornerstone of the student center at…

DAN HAMMOCK | GRAYS HARBOR NEWS GROUP
                                Members of the Hoquiam High School Class of 1969 open a time capsule Friday that was placed behind the cornerstone of the student center, where it had been since the school was dedicated exactly 50 years ago to the day. At left is Denise Burke, at center is former Hoquiam City Councilman John Pellegrini.

McEntire concedes 19th District Rep race to longtime incumbent Blake

Republican Joel McEntire has conceded his race against longtime incumbent Democrat Brian…

Mistachkin likely winner in judicial race

David Mistachkin emerged as the probable winner by widening his lead in…

Ocean Shores mayor outlines proposal to add city administrator position

Hiring would likely be in the second quarter of 2019, duties outlined

Public workshops scheduled on Willapa Bay salmon management

Willapa Bay salmon management meetings set for Monte

  • Nov 9th, 2018

UPDATE: $6.8 million Hoquiam school bond passing easily

UPDATE: Wednesday vote count has bond measure passing easily

UPDATE: Walsh holds 677-vote lead over Frasier in 19th

Incumbent James Walsh, a Republican, holds a districtwide 677-vote lead over Democratic…

Voters approved new gun regulations in I-1639. Here’s what the law will do.

OLYMPIA — Washington voters approved a sweeping package of gun regulations Tuesday,…

  • Nov 9th, 2018

Election update: Mistachkin’s lead grows in judicial race

This story was updated Nov. 8. A third round of ballot counting…

  • Nov 8th, 2018

Long and Rossi concede congressional elections.

Long concedes; Herrera Beutler re-elected in 3rd Southwest Washington voters have elected…

  • Nov 8th, 2018

Washington Legislature getting bluer in 2019

By Jim Camden The Spokesman-Review The Washington Legislature will be decidedly bluer…

  • Nov 8th, 2018

UPDATE: Foster still leads in county clerk’s race — narrowly

Kym Foster still leads Janice Louthan in the race for Grays Harbor…

  • Nov 7th, 2018

UPDATE: MacLean still has slim lead in Auditor’s race

Joe MacLean is still leading Chris Thomas after Wednesday’s second release of…

  • Nov 7th, 2018
David Mistachkin, left, and Ray Kahler.

UPDATE: Mistachkin takes over lead in judicial race

With a second round of votes counted Wednesday afternoon, challenger David Mistachkin…

David Mistachkin, left, and Ray Kahler.

Library talks to focus on pioneer female pilots

Storyteller Rebecca Hom will present “Sand, Snakes and Silver Wings: Women Pilots of World War II” on Saturday.

  • Nov 7th, 2018

Chapman holds commanding lead for re-election in 24th District

Mike Chapman is headed back to Olympia for a second term as…

Tharinger wins re-election for fifth term as 24th representative

State Rep. Steve Tharinger will serve a fifth consecutive term as state…

Arie Callaghan

Callaghan will get second term on PUD commission

Incumbent Arie Callaghan is an easy winner over challenger Allen Werth in…

Arie Callaghan
Brian Blake

Incumbent Blake leads Republican challenger for 19th District Rep

Incumbent Brian Blake, a Democrat, leads Republican challenger Joel McEntire with 54.06…

Brian Blake

Election Results

U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell (D) — 1,063,297, 59% Susan Hutchison (R) —…

  • Nov 6th, 2018