The Aberdeen School District is looking to stall their transition to requiring 24 credits to graduate the class of 2019 and beyond, for two more years. School Superintendant Tom Opstad
State health officials are restricting shellfish harvesting in portions of three commercial growing areas due to high levels of fecal bacteria in the water. Another 17 areas are now defined
This fall, Grays Harbor will have over 100 public offices up for filing within cities, school, fire, and other special districts.
The Grays Harbor Elections Office will be opening early
Parents were sleeping as their 3 year old wandered several blocks away from her Belfair home before a concerned citizen found the toddler asking for her mommy. Detective William Adam tells
A new study shows that whooping cough vaccinations wear off over time, but they’re still the best protection against the dangerous disease.
The study, released in the May edition of the journal
The Pacific County Emergency Management Agency is proud to host the National Weather Service as they present a SKYWARN weather spotter training class Tuesday, May 12th at 7:00 p.m.in
Coming Attraction Theatres has a new attraction for the harbor, an Extreme Fun Center at the current site of the SouthShore Mall. Founder and CEO of Coming Attractions Theatres, Inc. John
A 54 yeah old Brinnon man died at the scene of a head on collision last night North of Shelton. The Washington State Patrol tells us his 2005 Hyundai Accent was headed North on State Route
Improving the response capacity of Pacific County and other Washington State coastal communities at risk of tsunami presents an on-going challenge. To meet this challenge Pacific County Emergency
Simpson Lumber Company and Sierra Pacific Industries (SPI) have agreed to terms for SPI to acquire the assets of Simpson’s sawmill operations in the Shelton. Lisa Perry, Community Relations