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College offers quirky items at surplus sale

Grays Harbor College will hold a surplus property sale next week that is open to the general public.

Healthy eating to extend outside of school cafeterias

School officially starts in the Aberdeen School District on Sept. 7, and this academic year begins with even more healthy foods offered to students.

Overnight outage planned for downtown Montesano

The Grays Harbor PUD is notifying customers in Montesano of a planned power outage beginning at 10p.m. Thursday, Sept. 8.

Railroads must meet same spill response standards as pipelines, ships

Beginning Oct. 1, railroads moving oil through Washington must demonstrate the ability to immediately respond to an oil spill if one occurs.

  • Sep 3rd, 2016

Sports On The Air for Saturday, Sept. 3

Today Baseball 1 p.m., Houston Astros at Texas Rangers, FS1. 4:15 p.m.,…

  • Sep 3rd, 2016

Techline set to close by end of September

Long-time Aberdeen business owners closing down to fully retire from running store remotely

What’s Happening

Answers for All (AFA) will meet at 10 a.m. every Wednesday at the Ocean Shores/North Beach Elks Lodge.

World Gone By

In 1991, volunteers build new thrift shop in Ocean Shores

Aberdeen teacher charged with dealing child porn

Police arrested the teacher Friday, and he was booked into jail on suspicion of dealing child pornography and possessing child pornography.

  • Sep 3rd, 2016

Dead body found in Aberdeen

Police in unmarked vehicles on Friday evening responded to the discovery of a dead body

Plight of Quinault and other area tribes described by members

Quinault president Fawn Sharp: “This is not a quiet crisis of unmet funding needs — it is a humanitarian crisis.”

St. Mary School hosting dinner, bingo night

St. Mary School will host a barbecue dinner and bingo night on Sept. 16, starting at 5:30 p.m.

Commissioners approve another attorney for prosecutor’s office

Also approve hiring commercial/industrial property appraiser position

Spar campaign raises more than $33,000

The Lady Washington needed $30,000 to replace three damaged spars, and donors generously exceeded that amount.

Former Chairman of the Board of the Chehalis Tribal Housing Authority sentenced

Hector Ray Canales Sr., 55, pleaded guilty to conversion of tribal funds in May 2016.

  • Sep 1st, 2016

Man arraigned for child rape, molestation

Mark Anthony Wakefield, 35, of Alaska, has been arraigned in Grays Harbor Superior Court after being booked into county jail on three counts of child rape and child molestation.

Red Cross blood drives

American Red Cross, Pacific NW Region has announced blood drives for the Grays Harbor area in September.

Sports On The Air for Thursday, September 1

Today Baseball 5 p.m., San Francisco Giants at Chicago Cubs, MLB Net.…

  • Sep 1st, 2016

These little fish play a big role in Puget Sound’s health — and state’s economy

Forage fish play a critical role in the food chain. Their health directly affects the health of salmon — and ultimately the overall economic health of Washington.

  • Sep 1st, 2016

Trump on Washington state: “We’re gonna win it, that’s why I’m here”

Donald Trump predicted a general election victory in Washington, which hasn’t voted Republican for president since Ronald Reagan in 1984.

  • Sep 1st, 2016