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IRS fails to pursue thousands of rich tax cheats, watchdog says

The Internal Revenue Service is letting hundreds of thousands of high-income individuals duck their tax obligations, according to a government watchdog report.

  • Jun 2nd, 2020

Thurston County ends week with 23 COVID-19 cases after 6 more announced Sunday

Six more confirmed cases of COVID-19 were identified Sunday by Thurston County health officials

  • Jun 2nd, 2020

Weekend protests hammer cities across nation already struggling with COVID-19

The reopening of America was already fraught with competing fears of new…

  • Jun 2nd, 2020
Hoquiam Police Chief Jeff Myers.

‘A promise to our citizens’ from Hoquiam Police Chief Jeff Myers

Jeff Myers Hoquiam Chief of Police I have had the honor of…

  • May 30th, 2020
Hoquiam Police Chief Jeff Myers.

“Best Of Twin Harbors” voting extended to end of June

The Daily World’s Best of the Twin Harbors 2020 competition has reopened,…

  • May 30th, 2020

Aberdeen approves $200,000 in small business grants

The City of Aberdeen will provide $200,000 in grants to small businesses…

Dear Journal: Racism must end, but violence won’t end it

Editor’s note: Karen Harris Tully is a writer who lives in Raymond…

  • May 30th, 2020

Friends Landing camp site to reopen no later than June 1

Port of Grays Harbor public facilities, including the Westport and the Hoquiam…

  • May 30th, 2020
Van Reynolds and his brother, Cail, in their driveway with the initial frame of the bridge he built and placed at Lake Sylvia State Park as his Eagle project. (Courtesy photo)

Montesano teen achieves Eagle Scout rank

Van Reynolds of Montesano has become the Harbor’s first Eagle Scout to have his final interview conducted remotely.

  • May 30th, 2020
Van Reynolds and his brother, Cail, in their driveway with the initial frame of the bridge he built and placed at Lake Sylvia State Park as his Eagle project. (Courtesy photo)

North Cove community steps up to aid stranded mariner

By Melissa Vergara For Grays Harbor News Group William “Road Dirt” Flower…

  • May 30th, 2020

OS Library Foundation seeks board members

The Ocean Shores Library Foundation is seeking applicants for its five-member board of directors.

  • May 30th, 2020

State public lands managers to reopen campgrounds in 22 counties

The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission, Department of Fish and Wildlife…

  • May 30th, 2020
COURTESY WASHINGTON STATE PATROL 
                                Police are seeking information about this historical marker, which was pried off its stone and stolen from the Capitol campus in Olympia.

Info sought in Capitol theft

WSP is seeking information about the theft of a historical marker from the Capitol campus in Olympia during the week of May 11.

  • May 28th, 2020
COURTESY WASHINGTON STATE PATROL 
                                Police are seeking information about this historical marker, which was pried off its stone and stolen from the Capitol campus in Olympia.

Dear Journal: I’ve bonded with my sourdough starter

Editor’s note: Karen Harris Tully is a writer who lives in Raymond…

  • May 27th, 2020

Ex-area postmaster writes about harrowing Coast Guard incident

A retired Coast Guard Reserve captain has released his third book, titled “All Present and Accounted For.”

  • May 27th, 2020
DAN HAMMOCK | GRAYS HARBOR NEWS GROUP
                                 The barge was back on the Hoquiam River Wednesday as crews from Quigg Bros. began removing the sunken Lady Grace in pieces.

Lady Grace coming out of the Hoquiam River in pieces

After several stalled removal attempts and more than two years after it…

DAN HAMMOCK | GRAYS HARBOR NEWS GROUP
                                 The barge was back on the Hoquiam River Wednesday as crews from Quigg Bros. began removing the sunken Lady Grace in pieces.

NASA and SpaceX postpone their historic astronaut launch to Saturday due to bad weather

ORLANDO, Fla. — With bad weather hovering over the Space Coast Wednesday,…

  • May 27th, 2020

Pacific County courthouse, offices to reopen in June

Pacific County will be re-opening its buildings to the public in June…

  • May 27th, 2020

Human remains found in Donkey Creek area

A contractor working on remote timberland off Donkey Creek Road north of…

  • May 27th, 2020

Cuts, uncertainty cause a storm in Aberdeen schools

By Doug Barker The Daily World Alicia Henderson’s critics say the Aberdeen…