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Students in the group said they were harassed, called names and had food thrown at them during a lunch-time protest just outside the school this month.
Plan also includes upgrades, expansion for Montesano fire hall
Van De Wege asks 14- to 16-year-olds interested in government to apply
The state approved five evening razor clam digs, which began Monday. There…
The non-tribal coastal commercial Dungeness crab fishery has been delayed again because…
Lauren Bruner, who graduated from Elma High School in the 1930s, became…
Pacific County also get more than a half million dollars from Salmon Recovery Funding Board.
Christmas Eve event will be among public’s first chances to visit repurposed building.
December is alway a busy month, says Simpson Elementary sixth-grader Mark Shasanmi.
‘There could be some urban and small stream floodings,’ forecaster says
A time capsule placed behind the cornerstone of Aberdeen’s Armory in the…
Congressman Derek Kilmer will hold a Facebook Live town hall Tuesday and…
Hundreds, possibly a few thousand people turned out for Saturday’s parade in…
A 50-year-old Humptulips man was arrested after setting fire to mattresses occupied…
County certifies 1607 to 1604 recount at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday
An article on C-7 of today’s paper contains incorrect information. The following…
Jessee Kwiatkowski was driving Conny Brown, of Oakville, in October when his truck left the road and struck a tree.
Businesses and officers team up for breakfast
WSP warns residents across state to be vigilant if they get a call claiming to be from the State Patrol.
The Grays Harbor Public Utility District is notifying customers of a planned…