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Ecosabotage suspect linked to Olympia arson arrested after more than 12 years on run

By Hal Bernton The Seattle Times PORTLAND — After more than a…

  • Aug 11th, 2018

Horizon employee used tug to move plane before stealing it, stayed aloft for more than an hour

By Kenny Ocker And Alexis Krell The News Tribune Investigators from the…

  • Aug 11th, 2018

Reward for information about Olympia cat killings reaches $15K after PETA gets involved

The Olympian A recent string of cat killings in Thurston County has…

  • Aug 11th, 2018
Louis Krauss | The Daily World
                                From left, Noelle, Dusty and Heaven Briet attempt the ring toss at Saturday’s Summerfest. Rain forced the event to move to the Tesla charging station lot.

Fun and games at Summerfest

From left, Noelle, Dusty and Heaven Briet attempt the ring toss at…

  • Aug 11th, 2018
Louis Krauss | The Daily World
                                From left, Noelle, Dusty and Heaven Briet attempt the ring toss at Saturday’s Summerfest. Rain forced the event to move to the Tesla charging station lot.

Aberdeen brings back LeMay for garbage pickup

The City of Aberdeen is sticking with LeMay as its garbage pickup…

City about to take ownership of riverfront camp land

The City of Aberdeen expects to complete its purchase of the homeless…

City-run museum board now fully staffed

The City of Aberdeen fully restaffed its museum board at the City…

County Commission to try new meeting schedule

Former deputy coroner also was sworn in as county coroner.

  • Aug 10th, 2018

County Fair enters its final two days

Michael Lang | Twin Harbors Newspaper Group Taitum Tyler of Montesano struggles…

  • Aug 10th, 2018

Dickhoff pulls closer in Auditor’s race, Walsh takes lead in 19th

The race for the second spot on the November ballot in the…

  • Aug 10th, 2018

Five applicants for open Ocean Shores Council position

Decision will be made after interviews on Monday night by remaining members

Next State Parks ‘free day’ is Aug. 25

To celebrate the National Park System’s 102nd birthday, the Washington State Parks…

  • Aug 10th, 2018

Port commission meeting rescheduled to Tuesday

The August meeting of the Port of Grays Harbor Commission has been…

  • Aug 10th, 2018

Summerfest activities moved

Because of today’s rainy forecast, all Summerfest “park” activities will take place in the Tesla recharge lot.

  • Aug 10th, 2018

Mid-’70s Ocosta grads celebrating 40-ish reunion

Did you graduate from Ocosta High School in the mid-1970s? If so,…

  • Aug 10th, 2018

Three arrested in connection with kidnap, assault

Two Ocean Shores men, 46 and 25, and a 38-year-old Hoquiam man…

  • Aug 9th, 2018
DAN HAMMOCK | THE DAILY WORLD Engineer Cale Ash, who worked on the Ocosta school tsunami evacuation platform project, discusses how liquefaction risk assessment can help developers design buildings suited to withstand such problems in the event of an earthquake. Ash is also involved with the engineering work for the vertical tsunami evacuation tower recently funded by FEMA for installation in Tokeland.

Tsunami survival tips and funding options discussed at Aberdeen forum

How long would you have to evacuate your home, place of employment…

DAN HAMMOCK | THE DAILY WORLD Engineer Cale Ash, who worked on the Ocosta school tsunami evacuation platform project, discusses how liquefaction risk assessment can help developers design buildings suited to withstand such problems in the event of an earthquake. Ash is also involved with the engineering work for the vertical tsunami evacuation tower recently funded by FEMA for installation in Tokeland.

Blake’s opponent in 19th District still undetermined

Longtime legislative incumbent Rep. Brian Blake (D-Aberdeen) is well ahead of his…

Michael Lang | The Vidette
                                A table of sweets waits for baked goods judges Eileen Thompson, left, and Diane Williams on Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2018, at the Grays Harbor County Fair in Elma. The fair runs through Sunday.

County fair opens its annual five-day run in Elma

The fun, ribbons, kettle corn and lemonade are flowing at the Grays…

  • Aug 8th, 2018
Michael Lang | The Vidette
                                A table of sweets waits for baked goods judges Eileen Thompson, left, and Diane Williams on Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2018, at the Grays Harbor County Fair in Elma. The fair runs through Sunday.

Fire restrictions start at Olympic National Park

The Olympian Fire restrictions went into effect Wednesday at Olympic National Park,…

  • Aug 8th, 2018