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Rural jobs bill passes House

Chapmanā€™s bill passes 98-0

  • Feb 9th, 2018
FIRE DISTRICT 5 PHOTO
                                Crews from multiple agencies were able to keep an Elma apartment fire contained to a single unit, which was destroyed along with all its contents. One resident was taken as a precaution to Summit Pacific Medical Center for smoke inhalation.

Elma apartment unit destroyed by fire Wednesday

Fire crews able to contain the blaze to a single unit

  • Feb 8th, 2018
FIRE DISTRICT 5 PHOTO
                                Crews from multiple agencies were able to keep an Elma apartment fire contained to a single unit, which was destroyed along with all its contents. One resident was taken as a precaution to Summit Pacific Medical Center for smoke inhalation.

St. Mary School fundraising for the future

Seated in the busy auditorium of St.Mary School in Aberdeen, second-grader Rigo…

ABERDEEN POLICE DEPARTMENT PHOTO
                                A mother and daughter from Aberdeen were seriously injured when their car crashed into a jersey barrier on East State Street Tuesday.

Aberdeen mom, daughter seriously injured in State Street crash

Daughter was ejected, both flown to Harborview Medical Center

  • Feb 7th, 2018
ABERDEEN POLICE DEPARTMENT PHOTO
                                A mother and daughter from Aberdeen were seriously injured when their car crashed into a jersey barrier on East State Street Tuesday.

Bigfoot eludes state recognition yet again

By Alex Visser WNPA Olympia News Bureau The mythical Sasquatch, an integral…

  • Feb 7th, 2018

Man rescued Tuesday after 24 hours trapped in a sinkhole near Brady

Stuck in 20-foot hole overnight

Survey finds only 11.3% of Washington homes have earthquake insurance

By Sandi Doughton and Daniel Gilbert The Seattle Times Washington has the…

  • Feb 7th, 2018

Founder of Truth in Textbooks to speak at annual Lincoln Lasagna Luncheon

Event hosted by Grays Harbor Republican party Feb. 17

  • Feb 6th, 2018

Local voices join with Inslee to oppose oil and gas off coast

Ferguson threatens to sue feds

Public records: Superior Court, Jan. 11

A recent case list for Grays Harbor County Superior Court

  • Feb 6th, 2018

The tale of five fishermen and what might have swamped their boat

By Erika Pesantes Sun Sentinel FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — No one is…

  • Feb 6th, 2018
DAN HAMMOCK | THE DAILY WORLD
                                Deidra’s Deli owner Deidra Williamson stands in front of one of the many Marilyn Monroe posters in her diner with employee and daughter-in-law Stephanie Grove. The deli reopened in mid-January after being closed for three months while Williamson cared for her ailing mother.

Deidra’s Deli back in business

Reopened Jan. 15 after three months closed

DAN HAMMOCK | THE DAILY WORLD
                                Deidra’s Deli owner Deidra Williamson stands in front of one of the many Marilyn Monroe posters in her diner with employee and daughter-in-law Stephanie Grove. The deli reopened in mid-January after being closed for three months while Williamson cared for her ailing mother.

Bill would help hospital with its financial woes

Would increase reimbursement rates to 150 percent

Advocates for open government wary of bills in Olympia

By Donald W. Meyers Yakima Herald-Republic Lawmakers in Olympia are dealing with…

  • Feb 5th, 2018

Cantwell on the coast to fight offshore oil plan

Threats to coastal fishing, business, tourism raised in Westport on Saturday

Raymond man injured in Saturday rollover accident

Car rolled on Highway 101, passenger not injured

  • Feb 5th, 2018

Two clam diggers dead in separate events in Pacific County surf

Two women died Friday evening when they were clam digging in Pacific…

  • Feb 5th, 2018
LOUIS KRAUSS | THE DAILY WORLD Police and other investigators enter 708 Simpson Ave. to investigate the aftermath of Thursday night’s fire in Hoquiam. The State Patrol Bomb Squad was called in Friday morning to disarm an incendiary object inside that failed to go off.

Hoquiam Police find incendiary device in suspected arson case

Police are still investigating what they think was an arson fire in downton Hoquiam

LOUIS KRAUSS | THE DAILY WORLD Police and other investigators enter 708 Simpson Ave. to investigate the aftermath of Thursday night’s fire in Hoquiam. The State Patrol Bomb Squad was called in Friday morning to disarm an incendiary object inside that failed to go off.