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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…

 

Walsh still leads Frasier in 19th District state rep race

The latest vote count in Cowlitz County still shows incumbent Republican James…

 

First lady calls for ouster of senior White House staffer

First lady calls for ouster of senior White House staffer

  • Nov 14th, 2018

 

Seven apply for Port of Grays Harbor commission seat

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

IWW members gather to honor victim of Centralia Massacre

By Cody Neuenschwander The (Centralia) Chronicle On the 99th anniversary of his…

  • Nov 14th, 2018

Bellevue struggling to find help for its homeless

By Scott Greenstone The Seattle Times For the first time in a…

  • Nov 14th, 2018

Spokane Council concerned about homeless presence in city hall

By Rebecca White The Spokesman-Review A proposal that some say would turn…

  • Nov 14th, 2018

Public hearing for Aberdeen’s 2019 budget set for Wednesday

The City of Aberdeen will hold a public hearing for its proposed…

Uber and Lyft drop data fight with Seattle and start another over Sea-Tac Airport data

For nearly three years, Uber and Lyft fought a costly court battle with the city of Seattle to keep their ridership data secret.

  • Nov 14th, 2018

Trump reportedly wants to cut off disaster relief funds to Puerto Rico

By Kate Feldman New York Daily News President Donald Trump reportedly plans…

  • Nov 13th, 2018

Kyrsten Sinema widens lead in Arizona as Trump, others falsely claim vote fraud

By Emily Kopp CQ-Roll Call Rep. Kyrsten Sinema has widened her lead…

  • Nov 13th, 2018

Comic-book legend Stan Lee, co-creator of Spider-Man and Marvel heroes, dies at 95

By Dennis McLellan and David Colker Los Angeles Times Stan Lee, who…

  • Nov 13th, 2018

Trump seeks to end recounts in Florida’s Senate and governor elections, and alleges fraud without evidence

WASHINGTON, D.C. — President Donald Trump on Monday called for a halt…

  • Nov 13th, 2018

Number of structures destroyed in Woolsey fire doubles

By Hannah Fry and Joseph Serna Los Angeles Times The fast-moving Woolsey…

  • Nov 13th, 2018

9/11 trial lawyers find mold in their top-secret offices: Could it snarl Gitmo hearings?

Navy health and safety inspectors were called to the scene Sunday, Veterans Day.

  • Nov 13th, 2018

Samurai Sushi giving away 100 Thanksgiving turkey dinners

Samurai Sushi in Aberdeen is providing 100 free turkey dinners for Thanksgiving…

  • Nov 10th, 2018

Voters approved new gun regulations in I-1639. Here’s what the law will do.

OLYMPIA — Washington voters approved a sweeping package of gun regulations Tuesday,…

  • Nov 9th, 2018

Mistachkin likely winner in judicial race

David Mistachkin emerged as the probable winner by widening his lead in…

DAN HAMMOCK | GRAYS HARBOR NEWS GROUP
                                Members of the Hoquiam High School Class of 1969 open a time capsule Friday that was placed behind the cornerstone of the student center, where it had been since the school was dedicated exactly 50 years ago to the day. At left is Denise Burke, at center is former Hoquiam City Councilman John Pellegrini.

HHS time capsule opened

A time capsule placed behind the cornerstone of the student center at…

DAN HAMMOCK | GRAYS HARBOR NEWS GROUP
                                Members of the Hoquiam High School Class of 1969 open a time capsule Friday that was placed behind the cornerstone of the student center, where it had been since the school was dedicated exactly 50 years ago to the day. At left is Denise Burke, at center is former Hoquiam City Councilman John Pellegrini.

Ocean Shores mayor outlines proposal to add city administrator position

Hiring would likely be in the second quarter of 2019, duties outlined