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UW student envisions park on the waterfront

Meeting April 27 to get feedback

 

Grays Harbor channel dredging to begin April 19

Dredging expected to last through late May

  • Apr 21st, 2018

 

Crab races, crab derby, clam derby come to Westport this weekend

Cash prizes of up to $500 in the Dungeness crab derby

  • Apr 21st, 2018

 

County software purchase will help with mountains of records

Eventually, citizens get improved access to records

  • Apr 5th, 2018

Level III sex offender registers Westport address

Twice convicted of improper contact with minor girls

  • Apr 5th, 2018

Tsunami Roadshow coming to Westport

Tsunami and earthquake experts will be in Westport on April 11 for…

Latest round of hospital cuts reduces workforce by 60

23 jobs, mostly union, in latest cuts

Police on Patrol

Sunday, March 18 1:53 a.m. — SR105 near milepost 31. Agency assist…

  • Mar 30th, 2018

Teachers speak out about arming themselves to combat school shooters

“Our job is to educate, and make them feel as safe as possible, but my holding a gun is not going to make my students safe.”

PORT OF WILLAPA HARBOR
                                An old hog fuel/wood waste chute attached to the dry kilns on Port of Willapa Harbor property in Raymond. Recent funding was made available to examine the feasibility of using wood waste from the soon to reopen Pacific Hardwoods mill in South Bend to provide heat for the kilns, which currently run on propane.

South Bend alder sawmill gets new life after $1.5 million infusion from state

Will offer more than 50 full-time, contract positions

PORT OF WILLAPA HARBOR
                                An old hog fuel/wood waste chute attached to the dry kilns on Port of Willapa Harbor property in Raymond. Recent funding was made available to examine the feasibility of using wood waste from the soon to reopen Pacific Hardwoods mill in South Bend to provide heat for the kilns, which currently run on propane.
WASHINGTON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                New modeling by the Washington Geological Survey shows a magnitude 9 earthquake off the coast could bring waves traveling up to 40 mph and up to 60 feet high to communities like Ocean Shores and Grayland. The model shows there would be maybe 20 minutes from the time of the quake to get to high ground before the tsunami came ashore.

DNR: Magnitude 9 quake on the coast could hit outer coastline with waves to 60 feet

Coastal residents would have 20 minutes after quake to evacuate before tsunami comes ashore

  • Mar 30th, 2018
WASHINGTON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                New modeling by the Washington Geological Survey shows a magnitude 9 earthquake off the coast could bring waves traveling up to 40 mph and up to 60 feet high to communities like Ocean Shores and Grayland. The model shows there would be maybe 20 minutes from the time of the quake to get to high ground before the tsunami came ashore.

State Patrol seeks hit-and-run driver in Pacific County

Driver struck pedestrian on State Route 105, fled southbound

  • Mar 30th, 2018

Man facing federal charges for false mayday calls

Coast Guard says it received 40 false mayday calls

  • Mar 30th, 2018

Teachers trained to fight back

Training

  • Mar 30th, 2018

Police on Patrol

Feb. 23-Mar. 3

  • Mar 8th, 2018
PACIFIC COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE
                                Sincer M. Nerton, 19, of Naselle, is wanted by the Pacific County Sheriffs Office for her role in a violent home invasion near Nemah March 3.

One in custody, second sought in violent Nemah home invasion

Sheriff’s Office seeks leads on Sincer M. Nerton, 19, of Naselle

  • Mar 8th, 2018
PACIFIC COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE
                                Sincer M. Nerton, 19, of Naselle, is wanted by the Pacific County Sheriffs Office for her role in a violent home invasion near Nemah March 3.

South Beach Bulletin Board

Meetings, Events, Activities

  • Mar 8th, 2018

GHPUD commissioners opt for 2.75 percent customer rate increase

The Grays Harbor PUD will increase customer electricity rates by 2.75 percent…

  • Mar 8th, 2018
LOUIS KRAUSS | THE DAILY WORLD Johannes Ariens of Westport speaks at a meeting to oppose offshore drilling in Washington State, while Ocean Shores Mayor Crystal Dingler listens.

Harborites add voices to oppose oil and gas operations

Feds bring issue to Olympia

LOUIS KRAUSS | THE DAILY WORLD Johannes Ariens of Westport speaks at a meeting to oppose offshore drilling in Washington State, while Ocean Shores Mayor Crystal Dingler listens.

Westport Police on Patrol

2/18/2018-2/24/2018

  • Mar 1st, 2018