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Women’s March draws diverse crowd in Ocean Shores

Local civic demonstration coincides with national marches

Walsh, state Republicans try to bar public employees’ insurance from covering abortions

The bill would make exceptions only for abortions deemed “medically necessary.”

  • Jan 21st, 2017

Sports On The Schedule for Saturday, Jan. 21

Today Boys Basketball 5:45 p.m., Taholah at Three Rivers Christian, Kelso. 7…

  • Jan 21st, 2017

Choices for proposed Gateway Center design revealed

Visitors and enterprise center project’s public survey available online beginning early next week

City advisory panel wants to save Selmer’s building

The Historic Preservation Commission asks Aberdeen mayor and city council not to demolish structure

Commissioner suggests sending Gateway Center to voters

Would be on August primary election ballots

  • Jan 20th, 2017

Fish and Wildlife approves razor clam dig starting Jan. 27

Copalis will have evening digs for five consecutive days, Mocrocks three

Gunfire disrupts Aberdeen party, possible suspect identified

Aberdeen Police looking for additional witnesses willing to come forward

John Larson to be honored at Polson open house Sunday

20 years as museum director

  • Jan 20th, 2017

Overstock to hold meet and greets for Elma call center applicants

Reps from company will be on hand to talk about the positions, company, benefits

Rep. Jim Walsh appointed to House Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee

First-term Republican legislator from Aberdeen filled open seat this week

Trump is sworn in as president, a divisive, singular figure promising to lift up ‘the forgotten’

Donald Trump becomes 45th president of the United States

  • Jan 20th, 2017

Griffey bill to end statutes of limitations on certain sex crimes gets approval from House committee

Mason County legislator calls for statute to be dropped in cases of sex offenses against minors

Wind gusts, soaking rain cut power to thousands around Westport

National Weather Service: unofficial gust of 47 mph recorded at Westport

Aberdeen Police car strikes pedestrian in crosswalk

Teenager not injured in accident at First and G streets Tuesday

Aberdeen school buses to be outfitted with GPS trackers

Board members also opted to move forward with work on the Stewart Field grandstands

Lawmakers to local officials: Let legal pot stores open or lose tax dollars

The House committee overseeing marijuana laws had tough words for cities that use back-door attempts to ban pot stores.

  • Jan 18th, 2017

Statewide preservation group weighs in on old Selmer’s

Voices supporting restoration of old building on future Gateway Center want to be heard

Krohn recognized for work on fraud and money laundering case

Case prosecuted in Tacoma Federal District Court

  • Jan 18th, 2017