Grays Harbor PUD cancels North coast planned outage

Due to unanticipated circumstances, the Grays Harbor Public Utility District has announced it is cancelling the planned power outage scheduled for Thursday night and Friday morning.  The

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Grays Harbor Community Foundation announces over $600,000 in local scholarships

The Grays Harbor Community Foundation announced today the selection of the 2015 Scholarship winners. This year the Community Foundation awarded 329 scholarships and renewals totaling over

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Washington and Oregon update oil spill plan, input sought on Lower Columbia River plan

In response to the uptick in the amount of crude oil being transported by rail through inland areas of Washington and Oregon, the western states are teaming up to update oil spill response

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Razor clam digging closed for the season on ocean beaches

Digging will remain closed on ocean beaches for the remainder of the razor clam season because of elevated toxin levels.

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) has canceled two

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Razor clams harvested May 7 along WA ocean beaches need to be destroyed due to health concern

Anyone who took part in the recreational razor clam dig from coastal beaches from Long Beach north to Kalaloch on Thursday, May 7 should destroy all razor clams harvested due to high levels

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Port of Grays Harbor adjusts budget as international market shifts impact cargo volumes

The strong U.S. dollar combined with a weakening log export business will have an effect on the Port of Grays Harbor’s 2015 financial position, but due to the diversification of the marine

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Razor clam dig reduced to Thursday only due to public health concerns

Three days of a four-day razor clam dig have been canceled on all ocean beaches because of public health concerns, state shellfish managers said on Wednesday evening.

The opening will continue

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WDFW approves four-day razor clam dig on Long Beach and Twin Harbors

Shellfish managers have approved four days of razor clam digging starting May 7 at various ocean beaches.

The Washington Department of Fish

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