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DAN HAMMOCK | GRAYS HARBOR NEWS GROUP
                                Tom Quigg, commercial real estate broker for Windermere Real Estate in Aberdeen, was selected Tuesday to represent District 2 on the Port of Grays Harbor Commission.

UPDATED: Tom Quigg appointed to Port of Grays Harbor Commission

Port of Grays Harbor Commissioners Stan Pinnick and Phil Papac selected Tom…

DAN HAMMOCK | GRAYS HARBOR NEWS GROUP
                                Tom Quigg, commercial real estate broker for Windermere Real Estate in Aberdeen, was selected Tuesday to represent District 2 on the Port of Grays Harbor Commission.

Westport Police on Patrol

Sunday, November 11 9:28 a.m. — Chehalis & Montesano. Agency assist for…

  • Nov 29th, 2018

Willapa Harbor Chorale members step up to put on concert despite director’s illness

Mary “Rick” Gauger has been directing the Willapa Harbor Chorale since 1984.

Class of 2019 sober grad fundraiser

The Ocosta senior parents of the Class of 2019 will be hosting…

  • Nov 15th, 2018

Seven apply for Port of Grays Harbor commission seat

Seven people have applied for the vacant District 2 Port of Grays…

Tsunami planning forum coming to Ocosta school Nov. 17

An interactive open house with students and faculty from the University of…

Cantwell: Collaboration needed to right disruptive economy

For places such as Grays Harbor, that are navigating through a “disruptive…

Shellfish growers appeal Ecology ruling on pesticide to control burrowing shrimp

The Willapa Grays Harbor Oyster Growers Association has filed an appeal of…

  • Nov 1st, 2018

Westport Police on Patrol 10/21/2018 — 10/27/2018

Sunday, October 21 2:04 a.m. — 1600 Block Yearout. Traffic stop: speeding…

  • Nov 1st, 2018

Abduction case could play role in Superior Court race

The two candidates for Grays Harbor Superior Court Judge Position 3 discussed…

Brian Blake

Blake: up hatchery production to save fisheries, orcas

Rep. Brian Blake, D-Aberdeen, said his constituents in the 19th Legislative District…

Brian Blake
PHOTO COURTESY OF SOUTH BEACH REGIONAL FIRE AUTHORITY
                                A brush fire believed to be started by an unattended campfire in the dunes off the Jetty Haul Road in Westport was extinguished by firefighters early Friday morning.

Brush fire extinguished Friday off Jetty Haul Road in Westport

An unattended beach fire is suspected of starting a brush fire early…

  • Oct 25th, 2018
PHOTO COURTESY OF SOUTH BEACH REGIONAL FIRE AUTHORITY
                                A brush fire believed to be started by an unattended campfire in the dunes off the Jetty Haul Road in Westport was extinguished by firefighters early Friday morning.

Correction

In a story in last week’s edition, Tanya Lana was incorrectly identified…

  • Oct 25th, 2018
Joel McEntire

McEntire: Rein in bureaucracy to promote economic growth

Politically active for most of his life, middle school science teacher Joel…

Joel McEntire

Razor clam digs approved for Oct. 25-28

The next round of razor clam digs at four beaches have been…

  • Oct 25th, 2018

Walsh, Frasier talk taxes, carbon tax, health care

Democrat Erin Frasier, a workforce development professional who lives in Pe Ell,…

Westport Police on Patrol 10/14/2018 — 10/20/2018

Sunday, October 14 12:42 a.m. — 700 Block N. Forrest. Traffic stop:…

  • Oct 25th, 2018

Commission approves change to Willapa Bay sport crabbing season

OLYMPIA – Sport crabbers will be able to set their pots in…

  • Oct 18th, 2018

Community Bulletin Board

South Beach Food Bank Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, next month the…

  • Oct 18th, 2018
(Kat Bryant | Grays Harbor News Group) Six adults entered the cranberry eating contest: clockwise from top left, Jackie Diles, Hana Tweed, Richard Johnston, Jesse Diles, Kat Reynolds and Michelle Corey. Johnston and Corey tied in the first round and again in the second, so they were both declared winners.

Cranberry Festival winners

The annual Cranberry Festival drew about 2,000 people to the Grayland Community…

(Kat Bryant | Grays Harbor News Group) Six adults entered the cranberry eating contest: clockwise from top left, Jackie Diles, Hana Tweed, Richard Johnston, Jesse Diles, Kat Reynolds and Michelle Corey. Johnston and Corey tied in the first round and again in the second, so they were both declared winners.