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All local school districts pass levy funding

As of Tuesday night, there was 28 percent turnout reported, with most levies passing easily

DAN HAMMOCK | THE DAILY WORLD
                                Beyond Survival executive director Maddie Graves-Wilson sits in the building behind the existing headquarters at 120 W. Wishkah, recently purchased by the group to provide more space for care of women, children and men who have been victimized by sexual abuse.

Beyond Survival obtains new Aberdeen property

Director: An ‘inviting place’ to deal with the trauma of sexual abuse

DAN HAMMOCK | THE DAILY WORLD
                                Beyond Survival executive director Maddie Graves-Wilson sits in the building behind the existing headquarters at 120 W. Wishkah, recently purchased by the group to provide more space for care of women, children and men who have been victimized by sexual abuse.

Monte user fees won’t see future refunds

Resolution to refund user fees fails for lack of majority.

Montesano man dies in Monday morning wreck east of McCleary

Ronald J. Westberg pronounced dead at the scene

  • Feb 22nd, 2018

Montesano receives time line for wastewater plant solution

Situation has been called an ecological disaster in the making.

Neilton woman gets 90 days for Quinault School District theft

Must also pay nearly $150,000 restitution to state, school district, insurer

  • Feb 22nd, 2018

Chehalis Basin Lead Entity seeks salmon recovery proposals

$600,000 in state, federal funds available for approved projects

  • Feb 15th, 2018

Hospital losing another executive team member

Chief Operating Officer Larry Kahl leaving

Bill would help hospital with its financial woes

Would increase reimbursement rates to 150 percent

Photo by Brittnee Morris
                                Crews from multiple agencies were able to keep an Elma apartment fire contained to a single unit, which was destroyed along with all its contents. One resident was taken as a precaution to Summit Pacific Medical Center for smoke inhalation.

Elma apartment unit destroyed by fire Wednesday

Fire crews able to contain the blaze to a single unit

  • Feb 15th, 2018
Photo by Brittnee Morris
                                Crews from multiple agencies were able to keep an Elma apartment fire contained to a single unit, which was destroyed along with all its contents. One resident was taken as a precaution to Summit Pacific Medical Center for smoke inhalation.

A skate park for Elma?

Suggested skate park piques Elma council, mayor’s interest.

  • Feb 15th, 2018

Food safety training set for March 12, 13

Provided by WSU Extension.

  • Feb 15th, 2018

Offshore drilling: County commissioners leave Ocean Shores hanging

Raines and Ross opposed to offshore drilling, Cormier undecided

Pedestrian flags suggest for Elma crosswalks

Would increase safety of pedestrians by making them more visible

  • Feb 15th, 2018

State Supreme Court coming to Montesano

Appearances at MHS followed by oral arguments

  • Feb 15th, 2018

Cantwell in Westport to fight offshore oil plan

Threats to coastal fishing, business, tourism raised in Westport on Saturday

Carbon tax plan advances

Has supporters and opponents

  • Feb 8th, 2018

County signature forgery results in demotion

Suspension and ethics training also doled out.

  • Feb 8th, 2018

Hospital looking at losses exceeding $8 million for last year

Legislature will be asked to help

  • Feb 8th, 2018

How local lawmakers voted in Olympia

Legislative session coverage.

  • Feb 8th, 2018