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Washington public schools play a vital role in children’s health by providing free and reduced-price meals to students in need
During the 2014-15 school year, one out of every six students in Washington was absent at least 18 days.
The cause of the sinking is unknown.
With fault lines underfoot and tsunami signs as reminders, Harborites should adopt the Boy Scout motto: Be prepared!
Continuing a long-standing tradition, four young local women have been selected as members of this year’s Hoquiam Loggers Playday Court.
A Local youth puts the pedal to the metal to raise money for a cancer victim.
Hoquiam students will get some welcome news when they return to school.
Grays Harbor College will hold a surplus property sale next week that is open to the general public.
The Lady Washington needed $30,000 to replace three damaged spars, and donors generously exceeded that amount.
Two persons were cited for reckless endangerment after a child was allegedly thrown from a train trestle into the Wynoochee River.
On Monday Grays Harbor PUD commission was presented with three options for meeting future requirements for renewable energy sources.
Shay said he got his place in line with his wife and friends at 11 a.m. for the 8 p.m. show.
Rapper Macklemore and Ryan Lewis had loyal fans lined up for hours waiting to catch their act at the 7th Street Theater in Hoquiam on Monday.
Alleged DUI nearly plunges car from boat launch.
WDFW resumed the sale of fishing and hunting licenses and the state Discover Pass Saturday through about 600 dealers across the state.
Nationally renowned rapper Macklemore will perform to a sold out crowd at Hoquiam’s 7th Street Theater Monday night.
Hoquiam High School kicked off its initial GrizzlyFusion mentoring program this week with one day of training Thursday and another of games and activities on Friday.
The National Weather Service has issued a Fire Weather Watch for Thursday through Friday.
Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, the fish lab at Grays Harbor College has been resurrected from an abandoned building to a working fish hatchery.
The Hoquiam City Council on Monday considered a resolution to approve a draft of guidelines for the Hoquiam Downtown Historic District