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KNKX brings reporting project to Aberdeen

KNKX, the Seattle-based station that broadcasts National Public Radio programming to Grays…

  • Nov 19th, 2018

Possible explosive device found in Ocean Park

A possible explosive device was discovered along State Route 103 in Ocean…

  • Nov 19th, 2018

Here’s what Evergreen is doing to turn its reputation and enrollment woes around

By Abby Spegman The Olympian Even before unrest at The Evergreen State…

  • Nov 18th, 2018

Timberland admins planned Randle library closure for months, silenced staff who tried to warn public

By Alex Brown The (Centralia) Chronicle When the Timberland Regional Library board…

  • Nov 18th, 2018
Louis Krauss | Grays Harbor News Group
                                Aberdeen Revitalization Movement members Bette Worth, left, director Wil Russoul and Bobbi McCracken were recently informed that Aberdeen is now an official Main Street Community.

It’s official: Aberdeen is a Main Street city

Aberdeen is officially a Main Street Community. The Aberdeen Revitalization Movement has…

Louis Krauss | Grays Harbor News Group
                                Aberdeen Revitalization Movement members Bette Worth, left, director Wil Russoul and Bobbi McCracken were recently informed that Aberdeen is now an official Main Street Community.
Louis Krauss | Grays Harbor News Group
                                Aberdeens old Selmers building and the Pourhouse could be torn down by Rognlin’s sometime in the next week, according to Mayor Erik Larson.

Pourhouse and old Selmer’s building to be demolished soon

The Pourhouse Tavern, one of Aberdeen’s oldest buildings, along with the two-story…

Louis Krauss | Grays Harbor News Group
                                Aberdeens old Selmers building and the Pourhouse could be torn down by Rognlin’s sometime in the next week, according to Mayor Erik Larson.

Aberdeen senior staff get raises in proposed 2019 budget

The City of Aberdeen held its first public hearing for the 2019…

Armory will be demolished and not salvaged

Aberdeen’s Armory building will be completely demolished and not salvaged, following a…

Ocean Shores moves forward with FEMA application for tsunami-safe structure

State experts pledge support in meeting with City Council, public

Pat Wilhelms leaves behind a musical legacy

Iconic local teacher dies

WDFW approves four-day razor clam dig beginning Nov. 22

OLYMPIA — Razor clam diggers can return to various ocean beaches for…

  • Nov 16th, 2018

Holiday Bazaars

Friday and Saturday, Nov. 16-17 • Elma Grange Holiday Bazaar, 9 a.m.…

  • Nov 15th, 2018
Louis Krauss | Grays Harbor News Group
                                Aberdeen High School students and the Bobcat mascot celebrate winning a third-straight Food Ball over Hoquiam.

Aberdeen gets three-peat win in Food Ball

The Aberdeen Bobcats have taken yet another Food Ball victory over Hoquiam…

Louis Krauss | Grays Harbor News Group
                                Aberdeen High School students and the Bobcat mascot celebrate winning a third-straight Food Ball over Hoquiam.

Hoquiam Library construction nearing completion

The $500,000 construction project at the Hoquiam Library is nearing completion, said…

Proposed BHP potash facility at the Port clears hurdle

The proposed BHP potash facility at the Port of Grays Harbor has…

State jobless number hits historical low

OLYMPIA – Washington’s seasonally adjusted monthly unemployment rate for October was 4.3…

  • Nov 14th, 2018

Students diagnosed with chicken pox at Hoquiam High

Multiple students at Hoquiam High School have contracted chickenpox, according to a…

Jim Walsh
Jim Walsh

Puvogel sworn in to vacant Hoquiam Council Ward 2 position

Steven Puvogel was sworn in Tuesday to fill the Hoquiam City Council…

Seven apply for Port of Grays Harbor commission seat

Seven people have applied for the vacant District 2 Port of Grays…