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Loggers Playday Results

Loggers Playday logging competition results: All-Around Logger, Colin Towne Local Logger, David…

  • Sep 18th, 2019

 

Photo by ASHLEY NERBOVIG | CHINOOK OBSERVER
                                Drilling Supervisor Brad Wright stands clear as Driller Sam Moreno sets the drill in place. The men work for Hart Crowser and were in Tokeland to drill out samples of the earth where the Shoalwater Bay Indian Tribe plan to erect a tsunami evacuation tower.

Lots of hands involved in the Tokeland tsunami tower project

TOKELAND — The drillers counted each sharp thunk of their machine, keeping…

  • Sep 18th, 2019

 

COURTESY WESTPORT WEIGHMASTER
                                Bonnie Stinson of Kuna, Idaho, won the weekly Westport Charterboat Association tuna derby with a 25.05-pound albacore caught Sept. 11.

Ling, rockfish, albacore and salmon fishing roll on at Westport

There’s still Chinook and coho salmon to be caught at Westport and…

  • Sep 18th, 2019

 

More I-5 lane shifts in the works, this time near the Tacoma Mall

The News Tribune It’s a story of get a little, give a…

  • Sep 18th, 2019

Meeting to discuss Aberdeen, Hoquiam fire cooperative service study findings Oct. 2

The cities of Aberdeen and Hoquiam will be hosting an open house…

  • Sep 18th, 2019

State panel on services for kids and families to meet in Aberdeen

Meeting is Tuesday, Sept. 24.

  • Sep 18th, 2019
Photo by DAN HAMMOCK | GRAYS HARBOR NEWS GROUP
                                Among the more than 40 people at a BHP meet-and-greet at the Jitter House in Hoquiam Wednesday morning were, from left, BHP Community Engagement Specialist Courage Bear; Hoquiam Mayor Jasmine Dickhoff; Port of Grays Harbor Commission President Stan Pinnick; Port of Grays Harbor Public Affairs Manager Kayla Dunlap; Public Affairs and Communications Director Austin Hicks; and Hoquiam City Councilman and mayoral candidate Ben Winkelman.

BHP reps talk potash at Hoquiam meet-and-greet

At the Jitter House in Hoquiam on Wednesday morning, more than 40…

Photo by DAN HAMMOCK | GRAYS HARBOR NEWS GROUP
                                Among the more than 40 people at a BHP meet-and-greet at the Jitter House in Hoquiam Wednesday morning were, from left, BHP Community Engagement Specialist Courage Bear; Hoquiam Mayor Jasmine Dickhoff; Port of Grays Harbor Commission President Stan Pinnick; Port of Grays Harbor Public Affairs Manager Kayla Dunlap; Public Affairs and Communications Director Austin Hicks; and Hoquiam City Councilman and mayoral candidate Ben Winkelman.

Forest-owning families can plan for the future at Forks Ties to the Land workshop

Washington State University Extension Forestry experts will help forest-owning families preserve their…

  • Sep 17th, 2019

Renowned attorney Carrie Goldberg to speak Sunday

She will be discussing her new book, “Nobody’s Victim: Fighting Psychos, Stalkers, Pervs & Trolls.”

  • Sep 17th, 2019

Aberdeen mayoral candidates talk issues at Daily World editorial board meeting

The City of Aberdeen has its share of pressing issues that need…

Judge lifts restraining order on Aberdeen sidewalk sitting ordinance

Editor’s note: This story originally ran in the Tuesday edition. Due to…

Tentative clam digs

Write it down in pencil for now but the first razor clam…

  • Sep 16th, 2019

OUTDOORS: Forecast rosy for razor clams

Kalaloch the lone exception

  • Sep 16th, 2019

Local News in Brief

Oregon driver killed in wreck west of Naselle A 22-year-old Warrenton, Oregon,…

  • Sep 16th, 2019

Toxic algae in Ocean Shores

Residents and animals are encouraged to avoid open ‘all bodies of freshwater in and around the City of Ocean Shores.’

  • Sep 16th, 2019

A champion for Internet victims

Carrie Goldberg is a nationally recognized victims’ rights lawyer who lives in…

  • Sep 14th, 2019

‘Seabrexit’ — Mill 109 partners looking for new North Beach digs

By Kat Bryant Grays Harbor News Group After six years, Mill 109’s…

  • Sep 14th, 2019

DFW announces online, interactive webinars on wolf post-recovery planning

The State Department of Fish and Wildlife has scheduled three online, interactive…

  • Sep 13th, 2019

AG Ferguson: Opioid settlement not big enough or tough enough

OLYMPIA — Washington is not agreeing to the tentative settlement some other…

  • Sep 13th, 2019

Public hearing scheduled for homeless camp temporary use permit

A public hearing to consider a temporary-use permit to create a longer-term…