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                                 The barge was back on the Hoquiam River Wednesday as crews from Quigg Bros. began removing the sunken Lady Grace in pieces.

Lady Grace coming out of the Hoquiam River in pieces

After several stalled removal attempts and more than two years after it…

 

Cars drive by Boeing’s Everett assembly plant on Tuesday, April 21, 2020 in Everett, Wa. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Boeing to cut nearly 10,000 jobs in Washington, more than 12,000 overall

SEATTLE — Boeing announced to employees Wednesday a first batch of almost…

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Commentary: How does Seahawks’ ground game look with addition of Carlos Hyde?

SEATTLE — In six of Pete Carroll’s 10 seasons with Seattle, the…

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High schools devising new ways to honor grads

It’s been a memorable year for the Harbor’s high school seniors, but certainly not in the usual way.

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News

OS Library Foundation seeks board members

The Ocean Shores Library Foundation is seeking applicants for its five-member board of directors.

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                                Police are seeking information about this historical marker, which was pried off its stone and stolen from the Capitol campus in Olympia.

Info sought in Capitol theft

WSP is seeking information about the theft of a historical marker from the Capitol campus in Olympia during the week of May 11.

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Sports

Commentary: How does Seahawks’ ground game look with addition of Carlos Hyde?

SEATTLE — In six of Pete Carroll’s 10 seasons with Seattle, the…

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Marketplace

Why the construction industry is essential to local toilet paper stocks

Diverse, interconnected forest products industry need all components working

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Organics 101: ‘This was our calling’

Grays Harbor grocer shares the love with all things organic

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Continue learning, and get free money to do it!

The new Washington College Grant gives free money to middle- and low-income families for education

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Pizza with pizzazz that won’t break the bank!

Local restaurant celebrates one year of homemade, affordable, family-friendly dining

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Marketplace

Why the construction industry is essential to local toilet paper stocks

Diverse, interconnected forest products industry need all components working

  • 1 month ago

 

Organics 101: ‘This was our calling’

Grays Harbor grocer shares the love with all things organic

  • 2 months ago

 

Continue learning, and get free money to do it!

The new Washington College Grant gives free money to middle- and low-income families for education

  • 2 months ago

 

Pizza with pizzazz that won’t break the bank!

Local restaurant celebrates one year of homemade, affordable, family-friendly dining

  • 3 months ago

 

Obituaries

Mary Mikel

Mary Mikel, 72, died peacefully April 4, 2020 at her home after battling stomach cancer.

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Richard P. Malloy

Richard Patterson Malloy, age 85, a resident of Aberdeen, went to be with his Lord and Savior on Thursday, May 21, 2020 in Olympia, Washington.

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