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Erik Larson rejoins homeless debate

Several citizens took advantage of City Council’s public comment session to address…

 

Library open house Thursday to discuss renovations

The Aberdeen Timberland Library is having an open house to gather community…

  • Feb 17th, 2020

 

Aberdeen asks county to help pay for homeless camp

The City of Aberdeen is asking Grays Harbor County government to split…

 

COURTESY LEARNING TO GROW 
                                Kourtnie Mueller is leading a literacy activity in Learning to Grow’s pre-kindergarten class. The class is a creative blend of private pay child care, Working Connections state subsidy care and ECEAP state-assisted preschool.

Child care providers struggle to stay afloat among increasing state regulation

Talk to child care providers about the statewide child care crisis and…

COURTESY LEARNING TO GROW 
                                Kourtnie Mueller is leading a literacy activity in Learning to Grow’s pre-kindergarten class. The class is a creative blend of private pay child care, Working Connections state subsidy care and ECEAP state-assisted preschool.
DAN HAMMOCK | GRAYS HARBOR NEWS GROUP 
                                Aberdeen Police Officer Loren Neil and his 14-year-old son, Aiden, at the computer where the two spent countless hours producing a video.

Aberdeen School District teams with local agencies to educate students about drug abuse

An hour-long video featuring jailed local addicts sharing their personal stories about…

DAN HAMMOCK | GRAYS HARBOR NEWS GROUP 
                                Aberdeen Police Officer Loren Neil and his 14-year-old son, Aiden, at the computer where the two spent countless hours producing a video.

Historical property bill passes House

The state House of Representatives on Friday unanimously passed a bill that…

Centralia school board making plans after rare levy failure

By Celene Fitzgerald The Chronicle Additional votes have been tallied since Tuesday’s…

  • Feb 15th, 2020

Monte seeking help to send out its bills

Backlog in ambulance billing amounts to about $250,000

  • Feb 14th, 2020

Bernie Sanders schedules campaign stop Monday in Tacoma

By Kip Hill The Spokesman-Review Sen. Bernie Sanders, a front-runner for the…

  • Feb 14th, 2020

Herrera Beutler-backed energy bills pass committee

The Chronicle Two bills backed by U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle…

  • Feb 15th, 2020

Washington House votes overwhelmingly to ban hair discrimination

OLYMPIA — Washington students and workers with hairstyles like afros and dreadlocks…

  • Feb 14th, 2020

Snow could bring ideal ski conditions for 3-day weekend

By Christine Clarridge The Seattle Times Good news for skiers, snowboarders and…

  • Feb 14th, 2020

Best of Twin Harbors balloting starts soon

It’s time again to vote for your favorite businesses, services and reasons…

  • Feb 14th, 2020

Stevens Elementary bond issue lags by narrowest of margins

Elma stadium bond issue still trails also

  • Feb 14th, 2020

‘Hawk Daze’ fan event booked for OS Aug. 14-16

By Scott D. Johnston For Grays Harbor News Group Ocean Shores Convention…

  • Feb 15th, 2020

County auditor offers insight into upcoming primary

Registered voters should receive their presidential primary ballots in the mail beginning…

  • Feb 14th, 2020

Russian quake causes false alarm in Washington

Never mind. At 3 a.m. Thursday morning, Grays Harbor County Emergency management…

Daily World delivery will be by mail for most subscribers

Beginning March 3, most Daily World subscribers will receive their papers in…

  • Feb 4th, 2020

Wild Olympics Act passes U.S. House of Representatives

The divisive Wild Olympics Wilderness and Wild and Scenic Rivers Act passed…

Stevens Elementary bond issue lags by narrowest of margins

Elma stadium bond issue still trails also

  • Feb 14th, 2020