Louis Krauss

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Walsh bill would make more legislative records available

Rep. Jim Walsh, R-Aberdeen, is one of the sponsors of a bill…

  • Mar 1st, 2019 6:00pm
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                                Miller Junior High teacher Jerry Salstrom.

Math teacher Salstrom celebrated for 50 years at Miller

On Saturday, family and colleagues of educator Jerry Salstrom will help him…

  • Feb 27th, 2019 6:00pm
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                                Miller Junior High teacher Jerry Salstrom.
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                                Students Jayci Johnson, left, and Aracely Padilla leave Miller Junior High last week. This grassy plot next to the school is where a modular building will go to accommodate sixth-grade-students joining the middle school next fall.

Bond approved for Miller Junior High building

The Aberdeen School Board has approved a $2.5 million bond to install…

  • Feb 25th, 2019 6:00pm
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                                Students Jayci Johnson, left, and Aracely Padilla leave Miller Junior High last week. This grassy plot next to the school is where a modular building will go to accommodate sixth-grade-students joining the middle school next fall.
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                                Student Hunter Eisele stands at his locker in Miller Junior High School in Aberdeen.

Legislators aim to fix school funding for struggling districts

In the wake of the McCleary decision and a new statewide K-12…

  • Feb 23rd, 2019 1:30am
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                                Student Hunter Eisele stands at his locker in Miller Junior High School in Aberdeen.

Federal judge grants settlement for homeless advocates in lawsuit against Aberdeen

A federal judge in Tacoma recently granted $18,000 in damages as part…

  • Feb 19th, 2019 12:15am
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                                A health worker prepares a syringe to be used in vaccinations.

Sixty percent of state’s infants fully vaccinated on time, data shows

Some areas of Washington state are experiencing a measles outbreak and it…

  • Feb 18th, 2019 6:00pm
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                                A health worker prepares a syringe to be used in vaccinations.

Council finalizes homeless policies in Aberdeen

Two ordinances that affect homeless people in Aberdeen were finalized at Wednesday…

  • Feb 15th, 2019 6:00pm

Aberdeen voters approving street project sales tax in initial count

A 10-year extension on sales tax collections in Aberdeen for the repair…

  • Feb 13th, 2019 6:00pm
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                                Rows of oysters in an area where burrowing shrimp have begun to take over.

Proposed bills would allow use of pesticide on oyster beds

Two bills in the state Legislature, if passed, would allow a controversial…

  • Feb 12th, 2019 6:00pm
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                                Rows of oysters in an area where burrowing shrimp have begun to take over.
(Louis Krauss | Grays Harbor News Group) Leon Obi monitors a block of ice he’s melting in a pot for coffee and to melt bouillon cubes for soup. He said he couldn’t get any sleep in his van Friday night during a snowstorm.

Aberdeen homeless hit hard by snow and freezing weather

The winter’s biggest snowstorm blanketed Aberdeen Friday night with a few inches…

  • Feb 11th, 2019 6:00pm
(Louis Krauss | Grays Harbor News Group) Leon Obi monitors a block of ice he’s melting in a pot for coffee and to melt bouillon cubes for soup. He said he couldn’t get any sleep in his van Friday night during a snowstorm.
(Louis Krauss | Grays Harbor News Group) Chad Otto walks through downtown Aberdeen in the snow.

Twin Harbors get a good taste of winter

A mix of rain and snow is forecast for the next couple…

  • Feb 11th, 2019 6:00pm
(Louis Krauss | Grays Harbor News Group) Chad Otto walks through downtown Aberdeen in the snow.
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                                The syringe exchange vehicle under the Chehalis River Bridge in Aberdeen.

Drug users fear consequences of syringe exchange ending

With Grays Harbor County’s syringe exchange potentially ending June 30, the program…

  • Feb 6th, 2019 6:00pm
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                                The syringe exchange vehicle under the Chehalis River Bridge in Aberdeen.
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                                Mike Nelson, middle, from Blind Justice, speaks with Aberdeen Deputy Police Chief Dave Timmons, left, and Chief Steve Shumate.

Blind Justice escorted out of meeting by police in latest free speech test

For months, an Aberdeen man who says he’s motivated by First Amendment…

  • Feb 4th, 2019 5:38pm
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                                Mike Nelson, middle, from Blind Justice, speaks with Aberdeen Deputy Police Chief Dave Timmons, left, and Chief Steve Shumate.
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                                A couple of the new buses purchased by Grays Harbor Transit.

Grays Harbor Transit adds six new buses with upgrades

Grays Harbor Transit has purchased six new diesel buses — complete with…

  • Jan 29th, 2019 6:00pm
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                                A couple of the new buses purchased by Grays Harbor Transit.

Street improvement tax extension sent to Aberdeen voters

Ballots for Aberdeen’s Feb. 12 special election were sent out this week,…

  • Jan 29th, 2019 6:00pm

Health and county officials consider syringe exchange solutions

The syringe exchange program in Aberdeen is still slated to end June…

  • Jan 25th, 2019 7:00pm
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                                Pat Gordon cuts Jeffrey Traversie’s hair at the Project Homeless Connect event Friday in the Aberdeen Senior Center, which is now housed in the former Aberdeen Eagles Building.

Homeless people receive free haircuts, acupuncture and more at Project Homeless Connect

At the annual “Project Homeless Connect” event in Aberdeen Friday, more than…

  • Jan 25th, 2019 7:00pm
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                                Pat Gordon cuts Jeffrey Traversie’s hair at the Project Homeless Connect event Friday in the Aberdeen Senior Center, which is now housed in the former Aberdeen Eagles Building.
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                                Art instructor Nathan Barnes demonstrates how to incorporate the room’s dimensions during a drawing class at Grays Harbor College.

Art teacher Nathan Barnes expands opportunities at GHC

In Nathan Barnes’ drawing class at Grays Harbor College, 15 students are…

  • Jan 23rd, 2019 8:37pm
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                                Art instructor Nathan Barnes demonstrates how to incorporate the room’s dimensions during a drawing class at Grays Harbor College.
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                                Ruth Garrett, in pink jacket, checks out a map of potential flooding scenarios in Grays Harbor and Pacific counties based on sea level rise in 2060 and 2100.

King tides viewing party showcases dangers of sea level rise

To foreshadow more extreme high tides that could be the norm because…

  • Jan 22nd, 2019 7:00pm
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                                Ruth Garrett, in pink jacket, checks out a map of potential flooding scenarios in Grays Harbor and Pacific counties based on sea level rise in 2060 and 2100.
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                                Hue Le, who purchased Aberdeens Electric building downtown, wants to open a Vietnamese restaurant this summer.

Aberdeen’s Electric Building slated for new Vietnamese restaurant

A new Vietnamese restaurant plans to open in the old Electric Building…

  • Jan 21st, 2019 4:41pm
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                                Hue Le, who purchased Aberdeens Electric building downtown, wants to open a Vietnamese restaurant this summer.