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Top stories of 2016

Oil was the number one story

  • Dec 30th, 2016

Commissioner Ross sworn in

Ceremony

  • Dec 30th, 2016

Coast Guard to monitor commercial crab fishery

Teams with state fish and wildlife officers to enforce regulations, keep fishermen safe

Cold snap to usher in the New Year

Temperatures expected to barely top freezing mark, slight chance of snow late Saturday

Super Hero Kick-Off Party scheduled for Jan. 10

D & R Event Center to host

Dispatches for Dec. 30

Calls to local emergency services

Mocrocks, Copalis beaches open for New Year’s Eve razor clam dig

19 tentative evening digs scheduled throughout January, February

Free rides on New Year’s Eve

Neighborhood Watch Program

Aberdeen council removes funding for city administrator

Mayor undaunted by change in 2017 budget; intends to continue pursuing this staffing goal next year

Possible Montesano rest stop inching forward

Mayor hopes project could see outside funding

Ocean Shores targets Legislature for Jetty help

Repairs would satisfy stability requirements

Dispatches for Dec. 29

Calls to local emergency service agencies

  • Dec 29th, 2016

No city administrator for Aberdeen

Aberdeen City Council approved a 2017 budget Wednesday without city administrator but with inspector

Remembering 1930s Aberdeen with Frances Harmon

Frances Harmon, 97, shares a few of her youthful experiences

Mike Chapman eyes Olympia as he prepares for first term as representative

Chapman will represent Clallam, Jefferson and parts of Grays Harbor County.

  • Dec 28th, 2016

Aberdeen mayor and council members talk about 2017 budget

Rental property inspector, city administrator positions chief among topics during second workshop

Carrie Fisher, ‘Star Wars’ actress, screenwriter and author, dies at 60

Fisher suffered a heart attack on Friday during a flight to Los Angeles from London.

  • Dec 27th, 2016

Court rules state’s lawsuit against Comcast can move forward

Attorney General claims cable giant of nearly two million Consumer Protection Act violations

Dispatches for Dec. 27

Calls to local emergency service providers