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Elma police incident log, Aug. 25
Grays Harbor County Sheriff’s Office, other first responders will participate.
The Secretary of State ordered a recount in the close 19th District House primary for Position 2. Just 50 votes separate Democrats Teresa Purcell and JD Rossetti.
Grays Harbor County has announced its own burn ban.
Budget resolution for the 2016-2017 school year approved with $15,445,088 apportioned for the general fund.
OCCU makes nation’s healthiest credit union list for second year.
Grays Harbor Community Hospital as workers seek a commitment
Longtime Elma resident, Jim Cox, still owns one of his very first cars — a 1939 Chevy.
Many events and activities taking place in Elma, Aug. 5 and 6.
Aiden Bunch, of Hoquiam, will be among the acts at the Grays Harbor County Fair talent show.
The “thin blue line” long has symbolized law enforcement
Artist paints new eagle mascot on refinished gym floor at Elma High School.
Grandson restores grandfather’s old farm truck.
Male subject, 20s, dark hair, large ear gauges, tattoos, going door to door selling magazines.
Neighbors, next door to Vessey Field, are concerned about errant baseballs flying into their yards.
Montesano already in the process of having work done at Beacon Park
Stone Soup Artists, hosted by Donna and Ken Albert, is a weekly event
Gentry will enjoy special activities as part of official duties as Hoquiam’s Police Chief for a Day.
The race for District 1 featured three candidates and the candidate with the fewest votes
Montesano Girl Scout Troop 41645 made improvements to Kelsey Park earned a Bronze Award in the process.