News

Construction at cannabis growing facility proceeding quickly

Satsop Business Park grower expects operations to begin in early spring

West Coast commercial crabbers back fishing following 11-day strike

Negotiations split the difference

LOCAL BAND TO PERFORM AT GOVERNOR’S BALL

Dukes of Swing to play at Governor’s Inaugual Ball

  • Jan 11th, 2017

State Poet Laureate at Shoalwater Bay Library Jan. 14

Free poetry writing workshop

Aberdeen City Council to hear from those wanting to join them

Six residents of Aberdeen’s Fourth Ward expressed interest in occupying open council seat

County Commissioner Wes Cormier remembers Herb Welch

Cormier says former commissioner had a great sense of humor and easy-going style

Free entry to state and national parks, forests for MLK holiday — with plenty of snow fun

Monday, Jan. 16, is a free-admission day at all national parks and national forests.

  • Jan 10th, 2017

Molly Bold selected by Port as new Westport Marina District Business Manager

Established local WEFish nonprofit organization three years ago to support commercial fishing

7-Eleven stores remove 25 cent per purchase surcharge

Strong reaction from public on social media, The Daily World site, prompts change

Cantwell, Herrera Beutler introduce bill to support stable Dungeness crab fisheries

Legislation makes Pacific Coast cooperative management of Dungeness fisheries permanent

County and city reach Gateway Center agreement

The commissioners approved a matching amount of $55,000.

  • Jan 9th, 2017

Dispatches for Jan. 9

Calls to local emergency services

New regulation immediately closes bottomfishing off the coast until March

In the past, bottomfish were fair game year-round off the coast.

  • Jan 9th, 2017

State report shows salmon stocks still in decline

Salmon are ours to save, says Gov. Jay Inslee

Theft of a hat leads law enforcement to robbery with possible gang ties

Victim claims man put knife to his throat, threatened to kill him as part of gang initiation

Fishing trawler sinks near Columbia River entrance, 5 saved

All five fishermen were pulled from the water by the crew of the fishing vessel Sea Ballad.

  • Jan 9th, 2017

19 dogs die in fire at Tumwater animal rescue

Many were puppies, living with their mothers in rooms near the laundry facility where fire started.

  • Jan 7th, 2017

Death Notices

Noppel, Pettis, Roberts, Niles-Lynch, Frederick, Grimblot, Drolz

Area legislators talk 2017 session at Greater Grays Harbor legislative sendoff

School funding, salmon, investment in rural business and improvement among topics discussed

  • Jan 6th, 2017

Grays Harbor District Court No. 1 filings

Transcribed from information that was filed recently.

  • Jan 6th, 2017