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Free Citizens Police Academy offered in Westport in mid-January

All Grays Harbor residents welcome to apply

Gov. Inslee unveils budget plan, vows upgrade to state’s mental health system

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.

  • Dec 14th, 2016

Second Elma active shooter drill scheduled for Sunday

Several agencies team for exercise at elementary, high schools

State reports lowest unemployment rate since 2008

Department also reports growth in labor force, private sector employment

Wednesday Prep Roundup: Taholah boys score 100 in win over Ocosta

Boys Basketball Chitwhins 100, Wildcats 61 WESTPORT — A 23-5 third quarter…

  • Dec 14th, 2016

Departing local YMCA CEO taking a post in Tucson

Wes Peterson will fill the spot until a permanent replacement is found

Amazing Grace to host another homeless encampment

Aberdeen church pastor said they’ve learned plenty in the 18 months since first encampment was there

Dispatches for Dec. 13

Calls to local public safety agencies

Harbor’s support for Trump shows times have changed

This Northwest timber county hadn’t voted GOP since Herbert Hoover.

  • Dec 13th, 2016

Hoquiam council cuts proposed utility hike in half

Biennial budget passed, flood relief ‘master plan’ approved at Monday meeting

Stuff the Bus — with holiday donations

New unwrapped toys, cash and non-perishable foods being collected by Grays Harbor Transit

County continues to see small surplus for 2016 general fund

Project is for surplus of $70K

  • Dec 12th, 2016

Further intermingling past and present in Aberdeen

An online petition seeks to include facade of old brick Selmers building in design of Gateway Center

Hospital increases UFCW wages by 2 percent

Increase does not affect current ongoing negotiations between union, GHCH

Montesano awash with color at Festival of Lights parade

Annual event draws crowds to downtown, Beast Bus steals the show

Sunshine the dog takes the first steps toward her new hind legs

Nearly $10,000 has been raised for the once-abused animal.

  • Dec 12th, 2016

Two level 3 sex offenders register at Aberdeen, Elma addresses

Grays Harbor County Sheriffs Department: both considered high risk to re-offend

U.S. seeks tribal guidance on proposal to update ‘Indian Trader Regulations’

Original 1957 rules governing trade in tribal areas haven’t been updated since 1965

For Port of Olympia, controversial cargo and protests are part of doing business

This time around, the uprising is focused on hydraulic fracturing, a process more commonly called fracking.

  • Dec 11th, 2016

Washington’s community-college leaders urge Trump to let many undocumented students stay

The letter emphasizes that Washington has made a significant investment in these students’ educations.

  • Dec 11th, 2016