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Courage was Simpson School’s word of November

Simpson Says is a column written by students at Simpson School in Montesano

  • Jan 4th, 2018

Elma home lost to Dec. 27 fire

Passerby saves residents

  • Jan 4th, 2018

GHC President’s List announced

List of students acheiving a 3.5 GPA or better.

  • Jan 4th, 2018

Harbor could serve as tech cable coastal landing spot

Transoceanic fiber cables in demand as internet use grows

  • Jan 4th, 2018

REG makes it official: no crude oil plans for Port of Grays Harbor

Company has said since 2015 that it had abandoned plans for crude storage, shipping

  • Jan 4th, 2018

Spencer named Mounted Posse Queen

Elma native to represent local rodeo nonprofit

  • Jan 4th, 2018

Final day on the bench near for Superior Court Judge McCauley

Has held the position since the county added a third judge in 1993

6-year-old piano player is making an impression

Montesano youngster is a natural when it comes to music

(Todd Bennington | The Vidette) Elma senior Alexa Templeton is pictured in the midst of a routine at Dancers Unlimited on Dec. 15. The All-American dancer will travel to London this year to perform as part of that citys annual New Years parade.

Elma dancer selected for London trip

Elma dancer selected for London trip

(Todd Bennington | The Vidette) Elma senior Alexa Templeton is pictured in the midst of a routine at Dancers Unlimited on Dec. 15. The All-American dancer will travel to London this year to perform as part of that citys annual New Years parade.

New Year’s Eve, Day razor clam digs approved

Two very low tides expected both days for early evening digs

  • Dec 28th, 2017

Walls start to go up at Summit Pacific’s wellness center

Targeted completion date is early 2019

Democrat Frasier to take on Rep. Walsh

Mother and educator announces bid for 19th District seat

  • Dec 21st, 2017

City of Elma adopts new city logo

Council also votes to continue funds to GGHI

(Todd Bennington | The Vidette)
                                Teresa Boling and Larry Bridenbaack are sworn in as Elma School District board members on Dec. 13. Also pictured are board member Bethany Whipple-Boling and district staff member Jenny House.

Elma School District forecasts tight budgets moving forward

Legislative funding changes affect district budgeting process

(Todd Bennington | The Vidette)
                                Teresa Boling and Larry Bridenbaack are sworn in as Elma School District board members on Dec. 13. Also pictured are board member Bethany Whipple-Boling and district staff member Jenny House.

McCleary schools making strategic headway

Technology programs, alternative educational approaches among district developments

Monte adopts downtown standards

Guidelines for development approved 5-1 by council

Monte approves RV park rules, after several months

Controversial code changes finally passed by council

Monte FD getting new fire truck, work on ambulance

Council agrees to two large purchases for fire department

  • Dec 21st, 2017

Monte Food Bowl misses rivalry

Students collect equivalent of 73,565 pounds of food