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
Monday, April 27th, the Ocean Shores Fire Department awarded a Duggan’s Pizza party to Tricia Kings 3rd grade class for winning a
Shellfish managers have approved four days of razor clam digging starting May 7 at various ocean beaches.
The Washington Department of Fish
The City of Ocean Shores is asking voters to approve a six-year EMS Levy in a late-April special election. If approved, the city would impose a regular property tax levy of $0.50 or less per
A campfire in the dunes of Ocean Shores got out of hand over the weekend. Lt. John Garner with the department said they responded to the Chance ala mere beach approach just before 9 Friday
An Ocean Shores Police Officer rescued a Kent family from the surf this evening.
At about 6:54 pm today, Grays Harbor 911 received a report of a vehicle in the surf near the W. Chance ala Mer
Razor clam diggers can return to coastal beaches starting Friday, April 17, state shellfish managers announced today.
The Washington Department
Serving a search warrant last week on a suspected drug house in Ocean Shores netted 3 arrests. Police Chief Mike Styner tells us On Thursday, April 9th, Officers from the Ocean Shores Police
The City of Ocean Shores has been hit by a string of burglaries over the past few weeks, and now they’re asking for the public’s help.
Chief Mike Styner said so far this year, the