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Toxic algae warning lifted at Summit Lake

The Olympian Thurston County public health officials on Thursday lifted the toxic…

  • May 19th, 2018

 

Public records: Superior Court, April 26

Recent case list for Grays Harbor County Superior Court.

  • May 18th, 2018

 

Monte Council to set on seeing abatements through

The City of Montesano plans to continue pursuing abatements of problem properties…

  • May 18th, 2018

 

Council pays debts with surplus, turns down Fan Fest

New website builder for Convention Center, no new pumper truck for Fire Department

LOUIS KRAUSS | THE DAILY WORLD
                                These 20 students from Aberdeen and Hoquiam High School were honored for their commitment to community service at Thursday’s Silver and Gold Banquet:
                                Boys, from left, Skyler Murray, Nick Crocker, Brendan King, Eric Beard, Patric Haerle, Jake Gordon, Carlos Juarez, Walker Dunn, Naz Mazariegos, and Bryan Morales-Montes. Girls, from left, Rachel Tageant, Bailey Flores, Holland Bergeson, Bailee Green, Nadia Wirta, Chloe Graham-Briscoe, McKenna Boone, Mariah Fuller, Mercedes Pinnell, and Karlie Krohn (not pictured).

Students honored for their community service at Silver and Gold Banquet

These 20 students from Aberdeen and Hoquiam High School were honored for…

  • May 18th, 2018
LOUIS KRAUSS | THE DAILY WORLD
                                These 20 students from Aberdeen and Hoquiam High School were honored for their commitment to community service at Thursday’s Silver and Gold Banquet:
                                Boys, from left, Skyler Murray, Nick Crocker, Brendan King, Eric Beard, Patric Haerle, Jake Gordon, Carlos Juarez, Walker Dunn, Naz Mazariegos, and Bryan Morales-Montes. Girls, from left, Rachel Tageant, Bailey Flores, Holland Bergeson, Bailee Green, Nadia Wirta, Chloe Graham-Briscoe, McKenna Boone, Mariah Fuller, Mercedes Pinnell, and Karlie Krohn (not pictured).

AG seeks to keep habitual sex offender in custody beyond his release date

David Kyle Hunter was set to be released from Grays Harbor Jail May 15

  • May 18th, 2018

Barb Page selected as new Beacon Elementary principal

Central Park Elementary Principal Barb Page, who was told she would be…

DAN HAMMOCK | THE DAILY WORLD
                                From left: The Daily World Police Officer of the Year Joe Strong, from the Hoquiam Police Department and Grays Harbor County Drug Task Force; Citizen of the Year Margaret Carthum, a longtime special educator and current Ocosta principal; and Firefighter of the Year Steve Davis, a longtime volunteer with the Cosmopolis Fire Department.

Spirit of community service permeates 2018 Citizen of the Year banquet

More than 120 honor The Daily World citizen, firefighter and police officer of the year

DAN HAMMOCK | THE DAILY WORLD
                                From left: The Daily World Police Officer of the Year Joe Strong, from the Hoquiam Police Department and Grays Harbor County Drug Task Force; Citizen of the Year Margaret Carthum, a longtime special educator and current Ocosta principal; and Firefighter of the Year Steve Davis, a longtime volunteer with the Cosmopolis Fire Department.

Hoquiam mayor enters race for county auditor

Coroner Lane Youmans decides not to file for another term

  • May 18th, 2018

Monte police looking for suspect in attempted abduction

The Montesano Police Department is trying to find a blue Chevrolet Avalanche…

  • May 17th, 2018
DAN HAMMOCK | THE DAILY WORLD
                                Bright spray paint surrounds the area where a 48-year-old woman had both legs severed when she was struck by a train early Thursday morning. The photo was taken at the track closest to the end of South Michigan Street just south of Harbor Battery and State Street, facing south and east toward the Chehalis River.

Woman’s legs severed by train in accident near Aberdeen homeless camp

Airlifted to Harborview, condition not yet known

  • May 17th, 2018
DAN HAMMOCK | THE DAILY WORLD
                                Bright spray paint surrounds the area where a 48-year-old woman had both legs severed when she was struck by a train early Thursday morning. The photo was taken at the track closest to the end of South Michigan Street just south of Harbor Battery and State Street, facing south and east toward the Chehalis River.
DAN HAMMOCK | THE DAILY WORLD
                                Work has already begun sprucing up the Hoquiam Library. In the foreground is the computer lab, which will be expanded to allow more room for indivuals to work and feature more electrical outlets. In the background in the red shirt is library manager Mary Thornton, rearranging the DVD section. On the left in the background is the reading fort in the juvenile nonfiction section, which is also being updated.

Hoquiam library to get a major makeover

$1 million project paid for by grants, state money, local donors

DAN HAMMOCK | THE DAILY WORLD
                                Work has already begun sprucing up the Hoquiam Library. In the foreground is the computer lab, which will be expanded to allow more room for indivuals to work and feature more electrical outlets. In the background in the red shirt is library manager Mary Thornton, rearranging the DVD section. On the left in the background is the reading fort in the juvenile nonfiction section, which is also being updated.

Larson says city should buy homeless camp land

Aberdeen Mayor Erik Larson will bring plan to the council next week

What’s the buzz?

Photo by Travis Jelovich Andy Duffy, left, and Lenny Lee removed a…

  • May 16th, 2018

Filings continue through Friday

Many countywide incumbents running unopposed so far

  • May 16th, 2018

Grays Harbor County tied at 12th worst in state when it comes to serious auto accidents involving teen drivers

Report: Pacific County tied for 29th with Clallam County

  • May 15th, 2018

Dightman files to run against Kilmer in Congressional District 6

Many countywide incumbents running unopposed so far

  • May 15th, 2018

YMCA summer parks program returns to Hoquiam

Fun activities for kids, plus a meal and snack provided during summer vacation

County STD rates well below state average

Statewide cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, herpes on the rise

  • May 15th, 2018

Longtime service officer for VFW post resigns

Longtime service officer for VFW post resigns

  • May 15th, 2018