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Two new providers accepting new patients at Elma Health Care Clinic

Two new health care providers are now accepting new patients at Elma…

 

Sidewalks, bike lanes project on Boone Street starts Tuesday

Work begins Tuesday on a project to add sidewalks and bike lanes…

 

Cole Rutzer

Westport feeling deep loss after fishing tragedy

The two young men grew up in the tight fishing community

 

Dear Journal: A hike without hugs is still a step in the right direction

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

  • Jul 10th, 2020

Three candidates running for county commissioner position 2

Three candidates are vying for the Grays Harbor County Commissioner seat currently…

Covid cases in Grays Harbor now at 43

16 so far this month

Rick Scott

Sheriff Scott is president-elect of influential policing group

Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs

  • Jul 9th, 2020
Rick Scott

Schools beginning to release plans for fall

Hoquiam plan yet to be released, Montesano plan offers 100% digital option

WIAA delays fall sports practices

Football practice to start Sept. 5, other sports Sept. 7, first contests tentatively set for Sept. 18

Photo by Kelly Peterson
                                Stafford Creek Corrections Center Aberdeen Lions Club members (from left) Gene Schermer and Bob Braden watch as a recipient of the Bicycles from Heaven program test rides their new bike on June 12.

Free bikes available to kids this summer

Aberdeen Lions, prison inmates and Salvation Army offer Bikes From Heaven

  • Jul 10th, 2020
Photo by Kelly Peterson
                                Stafford Creek Corrections Center Aberdeen Lions Club members (from left) Gene Schermer and Bob Braden watch as a recipient of the Bicycles from Heaven program test rides their new bike on June 12.

Margo Shortt returning to Aberdeen City Council

Defeats ex-mayor Larson in 7-4 runoff

Free meals in July for kids enrolled in Ocosta SD Summer Day Camp program

The Ocosta School District will provide free meals this summer to kids…

  • Jul 7th, 2020

Whale reportedly hit by Washington state ferry near Mukilteo

By Jim Brunner The Seattle Times A humpback whale may have been…

  • Jul 7th, 2020

Dear Journal: When things are exploding, keeping it simple really helps

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

  • Jul 7th, 2020

Seven positive COVID-19 results reported in two days

Sunday and Monday, seven additional cases of COVID-19 were reported to Grays…

South Beach mourning for fishermen

One dead and one missing in Alaska

  • Jul 7th, 2020
Activists and members of different tribes from the region block the road to Mount Rushmore National Monument as they protest in Keystone, South Dakota on July 3, 2020, during a demonstration around the Mount Rushmore National Monument and the visit of US President Donald Trump. (Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP/Getty Images/TNS)

At Mount Rushmore, Trump emphasizes the country’s divide

By Noah Bierman Los Angeles Times President Donald Trump used an elaborate…

  • Jul 4th, 2020
Activists and members of different tribes from the region block the road to Mount Rushmore National Monument as they protest in Keystone, South Dakota on July 3, 2020, during a demonstration around the Mount Rushmore National Monument and the visit of US President Donald Trump. (Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP/Getty Images/TNS)
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                                Dr. Larri Ann Mishko, right, has been named new Medical Director of HarborCrest Behavioral Health in Aberdeen. Standing next to her is founding Medical Director Dr. Bruce Worth, who established the unit in 1983.

HarborCrest Behavioral Health announces new medical director

HarborCrest Behavioral Health, part of Grays Harbor Community Hospital in Aberdeen, has…

  • Jul 3rd, 2020
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                                Dr. Larri Ann Mishko, right, has been named new Medical Director of HarborCrest Behavioral Health in Aberdeen. Standing next to her is founding Medical Director Dr. Bruce Worth, who established the unit in 1983.

Cub Scout hikers found safe off Donkey Creek Road

A small group of Cub Scouts and adults went missing Monday night, but all were found safe by Tuesday morning.

  • Jul 3rd, 2020

17th annual Irish music festival canceled

There won’t be Irish music galore in Ocean Shores this year. “It…

  • Jul 2nd, 2020