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Army Corps releases NEPA review on proposed dam

Public meetings to be held

  • Sep 22nd, 2020

 

Coastal Community Action Program pivots during pandemic

CCAP adjusts to remain functional while dealing with COVID restrictions

 

Heavy winds, rain expected to blanket area through Wednesday

Grays Harbor and Pacific County to see upwards of 55 mph winds, three inches of rain

 

GOP candidates speak at Harbor Freedom Rally

Several dozen attendees brave rain to hear local Republican candidates speak in Aberdeen

Deadline for county CARES Act grants extended

Nonprofits now eligible

36 more COVID-19 cases reported over the weekend

Total now at 448

  • Sep 21st, 2020
COURTESY GRAYS HARBOR COUNTY 
                                A drone photo shows the construction on Blue Slough Road. The project takes out the curves at around the 2.5-mile mark of the roadway, which is expected to reopen by the end of October.

Blue Slough Road project on track for October completion

The road was closed for the project in early July

COURTESY GRAYS HARBOR COUNTY 
                                A drone photo shows the construction on Blue Slough Road. The project takes out the curves at around the 2.5-mile mark of the roadway, which is expected to reopen by the end of October.

Herrera Beutler to try and force vote on paycheck aid

Congresswoman represents Pacific County

  • Sep 19th, 2020

State seeks policy feedback on Willapa Bay salmon management, hatchery reform

Public invited to submit comments online through Oct. 12

U.S. on verge of dark new milestone: 200,000 virus deaths

By Emma Court Bloomberg News The U.S. will top 200,000 deaths from…

  • Sep 18th, 2020

COVID-19 contact tracing app coming soon for Washington residents who opt in

State will join California and Oregon in launch

  • Sep 18th, 2020

Applications now being accepted for grants to conserve forests

Deadline is Thursday, Oct. 1.

  • Sep 18th, 2020
(Armando L. Sanchez/Chicago Tribune/TNS) Supreme Court Jusitice Ruth Bader Ginsburg attends a public conversation at the University of Chicago on September 9, 2019, in Chicago. She died Friday.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, liberal lioness of the Supreme Court, dies

Second woman on the court

  • Sep 18th, 2020
(Armando L. Sanchez/Chicago Tribune/TNS) Supreme Court Jusitice Ruth Bader Ginsburg attends a public conversation at the University of Chicago on September 9, 2019, in Chicago. She died Friday.
Safety kits include face masks, hand sanitizer and information sheet with emergency and food resources. (Courtesy photo)
Safety kits include face masks, hand sanitizer and information sheet with emergency and food resources. (Courtesy photo)

Bowling in Grays Harbor on the brink

Owner Rob Shaver’s Rainier Lanes, Shores Bowl re-opens under state restrictions

Coronavirus cases continue climb in county

76 cases in a week

Home COVID-19 test kits available free for qualified individuals

Several testing options in the county

  • Sep 18th, 2020