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Aberdeen High School spring musical “Aida” opens today

Aberdeen High School Bobcat

Tickets are now on sale for “Aida, the Musical” to be performed at Aberdeen High School Thursday to Sunday, May 1-4, under the direction of Tamara Helland and music director J.R. Lakey, and featuring hit songs by Elton John and

Public scoping begins on two proposals to export crude by rail

Port of Grays Harbor ariel view

Over 120 attended the first of two public meetings last night to begin to shape Environmental Impact Statements being prepared for two companies that seek to export crude oil from Grays Harbor ports. Quinault Indian Nation President Fawn Sharp was

Quinault Indian Nation urges opposition to oil transport and shipment through Grays Harbor

Fawn Sharp Quinault Indian Nation President

The Quinault Indian Nation (QIN) is adamantly opposed to increased oil train traffic in Grays Harbor County, the construction of new oil terminals, increased oil shipping from the port of Grays Harbor and dredging of the Chehalis River estuary. “We

Hoquiam School District grant puts $600,000 into repairs to 2 facilities

Hoquiam High School

The Hoquiam School District will spend over $600-thousand on energy efficient and safety upgrades in the coming months. School Superintendent Mike Parker tells KBKW “Lincoln Elementary is going to get the bulk of the work. We’re going to put in

David Quigg – Support formation of Grays Harbor Public Hospital District No. 2

Part 1 Part 2   The GH Public Hospital District II Steering Committee will be holding it’s first series of Community Forums over the next two weeks! Please attend to learn more and ask questions. Monday April 21st – 6:30

Several local schools to receive Washington Achievement Award for 3-year growth

Hoquiam High School has received an award from the state for their growth in reading, School Superintendent Mike Parker says “Just recently I was notified that the High School is one of only 5% of schools across the state to

Three local students receive highest academic honor from State of Washington


OLYMPIA – Congratulations to local High School students Sadie Smith, Serena Ranney, and Carly Stauffer – their names were among a select few across the state to receive Washington’s highest academic honor announced by the Washington Student Achievement Council and

Washington State High School Equestrian Team District #3 Meet

Come on down to the Fairgrounds this weekend to watch the Washington State High School Equestrian Team District #3 meet this Thursday through Sunday, April 17th-30th at 7am. Watch as they compete in 27 equine events including, performance, cows and

Environmental reviews begin for two proposed expansion projects at Port of Grays Harbor

Port of Grays Harbor

HOQUIAM – Environmental reviews begin next week for two separate proposals in Hoquiam to expand facilities and increase capacity to receive, store and ship bulk liquids like biofuels and crude oil. From April 10 through May 27, the state Department

Greater Grays Harbor Inc. Board awards $2,500 to Aberdeen Business Week

Greater Grays Harbor Inc.

Greater Grays Harbor, Inc. is pleased to announce that the board has elected to grant $2,500 to Aberdeen High School’s In-School Business Week. The money comes from GGHI’s Educational Fund, and will mean approximately 220 high school juniors will be

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