Statues, on display Feb. 6, 2020, are a recent addition at The Moore Gallery in Montesano. (Michael Lang | Grays Harbor News Group)

Pictures from The Moore Gallery

Take a tour of the artist’s work and the diverse goods they offer.

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Commission happy with year’s first timber sale

The first timber sale of the the year is wrapping up, and…

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photos by Michael Lang 
                                Grays Harbor News Group
                                Barbara Heller, of McCleary, plays a Plinko game while Veronica Gogo watches Friday, Jan. 31 at a celebration marking the year anniversary of the opening of the Summit Pacific Wellness Center in Elma. Gogo is a representative of Amerigroup, a managed care organization, which sponsored the event.

Wellness Center anniversary

Summit Pacific Medical Center on Jan. 31 celebrated the first anniversary of…

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Elma clinches share of league title, No. 1 seed after downing Montesano

Eagles build big lead with first-half run, hold on late to beat Bulldogs 60-52

 

 

Marketplace

Tap into a drink for every occasion in downtown Aberdeen

Beer, wine, cocktails and food make The Tap Room better than ever!

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Heidi Sedra, (from left), Judy Miller and Sherry Ainsworth, the Nurse Practitioners at the Swanson’s Supervalu walk-in medical clinic in Aberdeen, are ready to help address your immediate health concerns.

Good for what ails you: extended clinic hours in Aberdeen

Walk-in medical centre now open five days a week in centre of Grays Harbor

 

Comcast honors Ocosta High School student

Leaders and Achievers Scholarship Program awards $95,000 in scholarships to Washington students

 

Explore beautiful Ocean Shores during the annual Sand and Sawdust Festival

Great art can come from the roar of chainsaws or the serenity of the sea

 

Opinion

Aging, antiquated windmill blades are eating up space

Elected officials need to direct more of their attention to finding ways to recycle wind blades