Daily Headlines

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Top stories
Missing Grayland woman found deceased in ravine; vehicle nearby

The body of Grayland resident Michelle Schlegel, 49, was found in a ravine on Eagle Hill southeast of Jacobson’s Jetty early last Saturday evening, Aug. 20. ...[Read more]


Group of river front homeless campers need to move

Private property along the Chehalis River in Aberdeen soon won’t be a welcome spot for the homeless to camp and trespass because the new owner, Rognlin’s Inc., wants to clean up the lot. ...[Read more]

Happening on the Harbor for August 23

For anyone interested in making cloth dolls, will meet at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at Quilt Harbor Too. ...[Read more]

Road repairs to slow traffic on bridge outside Monte

Motorist should expect delays this week as crews work to repair portions of the highway on the State Route 107 Chehalis River Bridge just south of Montesano. ...[Read more]

Fishing boat goes aground off Westport

The commercial fishing vessel ILA, a long liner, was discovered aground, listing to starboard, on a sand bar at the high tide line about a half mile north of W. Ocean Avenue at approximately 3 a.m. last Saturday morning, Aug, 20. ...[Read more]

Local news
District 19 recount on Thursday

Vote recount is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. on Thursday to determine who runs against Jim Walsh ...[Read more]


Space junk is a big problem, but no one wants to pay to fix it

Space junk is getting worse. Could the answer be smart plastic wrap? ...[Read more]

APD puts out the call for new Explorers

The Aberdeen Police Department is currently looking for new police Explorers. ...[Read more]

Successful Hawks Fan Fest to return for 2017

The second annual Hawks Fan Fest and Beach Party proved to be such a success, organizers already are promising and planning to be back to Ocean Shores next year. ...[Read more]

Woman faces arson charges for Hoquiam house fire

A 24-year-old Hoquiam woman was arrested Monday night after fire and police responded to a house fire on Eklund Avenue. ...[Read more]

August Business of the Month

Marni’s Petal Pushers in Montesano is Greater Grays Harbor Incorporated Business of the Month ...[Read more]


Judge rejects Uber’s $100 million class-action settlement, calling it unfair to drivers

A federal judge rejected Uber’s proposed $100 million bid to settle a class-action lawsuit ...[Read more]

Sports On The Air for Tuesday, Aug. 23

Sports TV Listings for Tuesday-Saturday ...[Read more]

Sports Briefs for Tuesday, Aug. 23

Sports Briefs ...[Read more]

Two 3-run home runs power M’s past Yankees

Zunino’s homer leads Mariners to 7-5 win over Yankees ...[Read more]

Michael Bennett rages, and Seahawks O-line remains unsettled

The Seahawks’ offensive line remains unsettled. ...[Read more]

Northwest, nation and world
Living and entertainment
Fear lingers after lunchtime walker is attacked by dog

For health reasons, I had been walking during my lunch break at work. ...[Read more]

Worried son foresees trouble in parents’ all-day drinking

I don’t mind them having cocktails every now and then, but this has gotten out of hand. ...[Read more]

Swingin’ with Dean — 2 p.m. Saturday at Aberdeen Branch of Timberland Regional Library

Dean Ratzman will entertain audiences at three Timberland libraries in August ...[Read more]

Washington State Parks and Recreation Committee will offer a “free day” at state parks

August 25 - No Discover Pass required for day-use. For more information, visit DiscoverPass.wa.gov ...[Read more]

The demise of the record-breaking Quinault Big Cedar

Quinault Big Cedar tree the weekend of July 8 had the same impact to locals and tourists ...[Read more]

Trump continues to alienate

Trump intends to continue the in-your-face, loose-cannon, make-it-up-as-he-goes kind of campaigning ...[Read more]

Paula Dwyer: Clinton and Trump are both wrong on corporate taxes

Clinton thinks corporate taxes are too low. Trump thinks corporate taxes are way too high. ...[Read more]

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