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Governor signs bill to settle water-use dispute

Clears the way for capital budget

  • Jan 25th, 2018

Numerous projects on Harbors funded under new budget

A $4 billion-plus Capital Budget was approved by the Legislature on Jan.…

  • Jan 25th, 2018

Alaskan earthquake prompts tsunami watch along the coast

Quake was southeast of Kodiak; tsunami information hampered by government shutdown

Capital budget passed, but too late for affordable housing deadline

Unclear whether there is replacement funding

  • Jan 25th, 2018

Citizens academy begins Feb. 7

Lacks enough registered students, could be canceled

  • Jan 25th, 2018

Lake Sylvia benefits from recent good fortune

Community support credited for improvements, Legacy Pavilion funded

Monte says facility violates zoning

Residential parcels at west end of town have been used to store industrial equipment and materials.

Public records: District Court, Jan. 25

A recent case list for Grays Harbor County District Court

  • Jan 25th, 2018

State legislators combat FCC

Net neutrality discussed

  • Jan 25th, 2018

Dennis Company sold, employees and product lines won’t change

Sold to Kansas-based chain of Ace stores

Hospital lays off 21, jobs outsourced

Entire business office laid off

Health providers brace for flu season

Cases reported, but not in great numbers, so far

DAN HAMMOCK | TWIN HARBORS NEWSPAPER GROUP
                                Pat Clemons, East County historian and former school teacher from Montesano, is presented with a new plaque honoring the tree farm centennial Sunday. Eric Koecke made the plaque as part of his Eagle Scout project and replaces the original plaque which was damaged. The Sunday event was honoring the renaming of the Chehalis Valley Historical Museum the Pat Clemons Chehalis Valley Historical Museum.

Monte museum renamed in honor of Pat Clemons

Lifelong Monte resident considered the unofficial historian of the area

DAN HAMMOCK | TWIN HARBORS NEWSPAPER GROUP
                                Pat Clemons, East County historian and former school teacher from Montesano, is presented with a new plaque honoring the tree farm centennial Sunday. Eric Koecke made the plaque as part of his Eagle Scout project and replaces the original plaque which was damaged. The Sunday event was honoring the renaming of the Chehalis Valley Historical Museum the Pat Clemons Chehalis Valley Historical Museum.
DAN HAMMOCK | THE DAILY WORLD
                                Former Hoquiam Municipal Court Judge William Stewart, who retired Dec. 31 after 29 years on the bench.

Hoquiam Municipal Court Judge Stewart retires after nearly 30 years on the bench

Will continue to practice law out of his Montesano office

DAN HAMMOCK | THE DAILY WORLD
                                Former Hoquiam Municipal Court Judge William Stewart, who retired Dec. 31 after 29 years on the bench.

Local man convicted of child rape, incest of twin girls

Girls accused dad of physical, sexual assault since they were six

Contanda looks to expand Port property, but crude oil not part of their plans

Expansion would include eight new storage tanks for bulk liquid storage

Elma Wine Fest scheduled for Jan. 20

Popular event is now in its 11th year

  • Jan 11th, 2018
Rep. Steve Tharinger takes the podium while Rep. Mike Chapman and Rep. Jjim Walsh look on at the Aberdeen Rotary Log Pavilion on Friday for the annual Legislative Sendoff sponosred by Greater Grays Harbor Inc.
Rep. Steve Tharinger takes the podium while Rep. Mike Chapman and Rep. Jjim Walsh look on at the Aberdeen Rotary Log Pavilion on Friday for the annual Legislative Sendoff sponosred by Greater Grays Harbor Inc.

Hospital reduces salaries for supervisors

The 10 percent pay reduction is part of a line of cuts to help maintain operations