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Long-time head of district with about 1,600 students will leave his job at the end of school year
Charlie Chinook, as the controversial mascot is known, has been a staple for generations.
Trump frequently mentioned the opioid crisis during his campaign.
Officials working to land new industry that would provide 200 new jobs.
No other animals are known to be hurt.
The eight-member task force has until Jan. 9 to come up with recommendations.
Filling Kathi Hoder’s spot
32-year-old suspect arrested and booked into Grays Harbor County Jail Tuesday
Seeking loan to pay for improvements in ‘antiquated’ technology for all city departments
Historic preservation trust calls decision ‘a victory for historic structures in wilderness areas’
Calls to local emergency service agencies
Shana Soliz not scheduled to return to Superior Court until evaluation at Western Hospital is done
Insurance regulators at a loss to resist hikes
Deeper Draft Phase II event draws representatives from government, unions, Port workers
Quinault Nation among five tribes notified, final disposition to be determined
Two tectonic plates separate has been captured in more detail than ever before
30 jobs expected by the end of December
The council plans to approve the budget during its next regular meeting on Dec. 28.
All Grays Harbor residents welcome to apply
The plan would rely on $4.4 billion in new tax revenue, much of which would come from new taxes on capital gains and carbon emissions.