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Will Tech Jobs Move to Lewis County?

Housing, tech amenities and bandwidth are challenges

  • Nov 23rd, 2020

 

No print edition on Thanksgiving

There will be no Daily World print edition this Thursday due to…

  • Nov 23rd, 2020

 

17th COVID-related death reported in Grays Harbor County Monday

Grays Harbor Public Health officials on Monday reported 27 new cases of…

 

Anthony Harvin wears a Santa hat as he receives a coronavirus test from Dante Terracciano of Philly Fighting COVID at Vine Memorial Baptist Church in West Philadelphia on Saturday. Staff from Philly Fighting COVID and the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia offered free testing organized by the traveling Community-Accessible Testing & Education (CATE) program, which offers testing at different sites across Pennsylvania. (Tim Tai/The Philadelphia Inquirer/TNS)

Why fewer people are dying of COVID-19, even as cases surge

PHILADELPHIA — Last spring was the busiest season Michael K. Donohue can…

  • Nov 23rd, 2020
Anthony Harvin wears a Santa hat as he receives a coronavirus test from Dante Terracciano of Philly Fighting COVID at Vine Memorial Baptist Church in West Philadelphia on Saturday. Staff from Philly Fighting COVID and the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia offered free testing organized by the traveling Community-Accessible Testing & Education (CATE) program, which offers testing at different sites across Pennsylvania. (Tim Tai/The Philadelphia Inquirer/TNS)

Developers of potential Westport golf course seek purchase option on city parcel

By David Haerle The Daily World The group interested in developing a…

  • Nov 23rd, 2020

Hoquiam Middle School Honor Roll

First quarter honor roll for Hoquiam Middle School Principal’s Honor Roll (4.0)…

  • Nov 20th, 2020

Dear Journal: Call it what you will, but 2020’s crazy

Editor’s note: Karen Harris Tully is a writer who lives in Raymond…

  • Nov 20th, 2020

GHC financial aid night is Tuesday

To help interested students take a first step to expand their education…

  • Nov 20th, 2020
JOHN LARSON | POLSON MUSEUM 
One of six display cases from the old Kneipp Jewelry Store in Hoquiam were donated earlier this month to the Polson Museum by owner Richard Mirau. They arrived at the museum Nov. 6. In the background is museum secretary Anna Vincent.

Kneipp Jewelry Store cases return to Hoquiam

Six vintage cases donated to the Polson Museum

JOHN LARSON | POLSON MUSEUM 
One of six display cases from the old Kneipp Jewelry Store in Hoquiam were donated earlier this month to the Polson Museum by owner Richard Mirau. They arrived at the museum Nov. 6. In the background is museum secretary Anna Vincent.

Pacific County experiencing major Covid spike

Schools back to remote learning

Hoquiam School District looking to expand onsite learning to select students with special needs, lack of internet access

St Mary hybrid model continues, no impact from COVID cases after first two months

One new COVID case reported Wednesday

Grays Harbor Public Health reported one new case of COVID-19 on Wednesday,…

North River School District joins other Pacific County schools with on-campus learning

North River School District has been added to the list of of…

Wrong day for certification

Wrong day for certification Final ballot counting and certification of election results…

  • Nov 18th, 2020

Remains found at Hidden Valley Trailer Court fire identified

The individual found deceased at the scene of a mobile home fire…

  • Nov 18th, 2020

While texting, a suspected DUI driver rolls vehicle near Ocean City beach approach

A 48-year-old Auburn man was texting and driving under the influence when…

  • Nov 17th, 2020

One found dead at scene of Montesano mobile home fire

One person was found dead at the scene of a mobile home…

  • Nov 17th, 2020

Montesano Festival of Lights 2020 parade canceled

Montesano’s annual Festival of Lights parade, which has packed downtown Montesano every…

  • Nov 17th, 2020

Harbors’ voters showed great enthusiam while trending GOP

By David Haerle The Daily World There are a few things we…

  • Nov 17th, 2020