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Bystanders rescue 10-year-old in the surf

OCEAN SHORES — A 10-year old boy was nearly swept out to…

  • Jul 1st, 2019

F Street boat launch in Cosi closes July 3-5

The city of Cosmopolis will be paving on the roadway entering Cosmo…

  • Jul 1st, 2019

Paving projects set to begin in Aberdeen soon

A few major paving projects will be getting underway in Aberdeen by…

Tacoma man injured in ATV wreck in Ocean Shores

A 30-year-old Tacoma ATV driver was injured just north of the Illahee…

  • Jul 1st, 2019

Two vehicle collisions caused by man having medical event

A man having a medical event was involved in two car accidents…

  • Jul 1st, 2019
(Louis Krauss | Grays Harbor News Group) Karen Baker, 55, stands inside her room at the Kerns Motel.

Hoquiam motels charged for violating lodging codes

Updated July 1 at 12 p.m. The owners of two Hoquiam motels…

(Louis Krauss | Grays Harbor News Group) Karen Baker, 55, stands inside her room at the Kerns Motel.
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                                Honorees at the Daily World 2019 Citizen of the Year banquet included, from left, Firefighter of the Year Mike Pauley, Citizen of the Year Bette Worth, and Police Officer of the Year Sgt. Darrin King.

Century of service honored at Daily World Citizen of the Year banquet

More than a century of community service was honored at The Daily…

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                                Honorees at the Daily World 2019 Citizen of the Year banquet included, from left, Firefighter of the Year Mike Pauley, Citizen of the Year Bette Worth, and Police Officer of the Year Sgt. Darrin King.

New Washington gun regulations become law, as resistance hangs over Initiative 1639

By Joseph O’Sullivan The Seattle Times OLYMPIA — A range of new…

  • Jun 30th, 2019
John Culp rides his mechanical dragon during Aberdeen Founder’s Day Parade on Saturday. (Hasani Grayson | Grays Harbor News Group)

Beach festivals continue Sunday

The weather was perfect and there was plenty to do on Grays…

  • Jun 29th, 2019
John Culp rides his mechanical dragon during Aberdeen Founder’s Day Parade on Saturday. (Hasani Grayson | Grays Harbor News Group)

Hospital computer issues stem from ransomware

Grays Harbor Community Hospital’s computer problems the past couple of weeks are…

Aberdeen School Board to host informal public meetings

The Aberdeen School Board will host seven public meetings over the summer…

  • Jun 28th, 2019
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                                Dozens of community members attended the dedication of the Lindsey Baum remembrance garden at Beerbower Park in McCleary Wednesday, the 10-year mark of Lindsey’s disappearance.

A community remembers Lindsey Baum with a memorial garden

As lighting flashed and thunder roared in the skies over McCleary Wednesday…

DAN HAMMOCK | GRAYS HARBOR NEWS GROUP
                                Dozens of community members attended the dedication of the Lindsey Baum remembrance garden at Beerbower Park in McCleary Wednesday, the 10-year mark of Lindsey’s disappearance.

County inmate escapes after hiding in garbage can

An inmate at the Grays Harbor County Jail escaped Wednesday afternoon and…

  • Jun 27th, 2019

3-car crash injures four on Highway 101 near Long Beach

Four people were injured in a three-car crash Tuesday afternoon on Highway…

  • Jun 26th, 2019

4-mile stretch of Grayland beach closed to motorized vehicles July 3-5

A 4-mile stretch of beach — from Warrenton Cannery Road to Cranberry…

  • Jun 26th, 2019

Couple celebrated by Lake Quinault community

John and Delma Gilroy observed their 70th anniversary surrounded by friends and family

  • Jun 26th, 2019
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                                Classic cars will line Levee Street in Hoquiam Saturday for the annual Hoquiam Push Rods Riverside Run Revival car show. Last year, this 1934 Ford Henry owned by Joe and Beth Pavletich of Montesano was among the dozens of entries.

Hoquiam Push Rods Riverside Run Revival car show hits Levee Street Saturday

Hoquiam’s Levee Street will be lined with classic cars for the annual…

  • Jun 26th, 2019
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                                Classic cars will line Levee Street in Hoquiam Saturday for the annual Hoquiam Push Rods Riverside Run Revival car show. Last year, this 1934 Ford Henry owned by Joe and Beth Pavletich of Montesano was among the dozens of entries.

HPD gets city approval for a narcotics detecting canine

The Hoquiam Police Department wants to add a narcotics-detecting dog to the…

(Louis Krauss | Grays Harbor News Group) From left, Casey Schaufler, associate planner for the City of Olympia, Byron Olson, deputy city manager for Walla Walla and Aberdeen Mayor Erik Larson field questions at a workshop Monday in Aberdeen to discuss homeless mitigation sites.

Aberdeen invites outside cities to discuss homeless problems

The City of Aberdeen, looking for ideas on how to deal with…

(Louis Krauss | Grays Harbor News Group) From left, Casey Schaufler, associate planner for the City of Olympia, Byron Olson, deputy city manager for Walla Walla and Aberdeen Mayor Erik Larson field questions at a workshop Monday in Aberdeen to discuss homeless mitigation sites.