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The Ocosta School District is one of 81 districts nationwide being recognized by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards for their efforts to support student learning through accomplished teaching. The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards unveiled today a program that recognizes school districts across the country that work hard to promote student learning […]

A Tacoma woman was arrested on Driving Under the Influence, Malicious Mischief, and Hit and Run charges Wednesday after she was seen driving her car through several lawns in Aberdeen. Officer Jason Capps said in a press release that her car was reported driving on the grass near Sam Benn Park around 6:30 Wednesday evening. […]

The Coast Guard Foundation, a non-profit organization committed to the education and wellness of all Coast Guard members and their families, announced today that it has awarded 128 new scholarships in 2019. In the 29 years of this program, the Coast Guard Foundation has paid out more than $5.4 million to more than 1,100 college-aged […]

Drivers planning to use the Elma safety rest area off eastbound State Route 8 in Grays Harbor County will need to make other arrangements due to a temporary closure for maintenance. Closure hours Beginning at 7 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 9, through 4 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 10 to rest area will close for routine vegetation management, […]

At approximately 5:40 pm on September 24, 2019, Washington State Patrol (WSP) communications received a 911 call from an individual stating he was shot at on I-5. The victim advised that he entered the NB I-5 express lanes at Seneca Street and as he approached the Ship Canal Bridge a black 2 door BMW pulled […]

Attorney General Bob Ferguson filed a lawsuit against Vancouver, Wash.-based air duct cleaning companies for unlawfully contacting more than a million Washington consumers with more than 13 million robocalls and sending tens of millions of deceptive mailers to Washingtonians for at least two years, in violation of the Consumer Protection Act. The companies called more […]

The City of Aberdeen will hold a special council meeting tonight to conduct business intended for a meeting last week that was canceled when notice of the meeting was not issued within the required time. The agenda for tonight’s meeting is mostly the same, with the exception that a public hearing planned for last week […]

At 5:09 pm on September 24, Olympic National Park fisheries crew at work in the Elwha Valley notified Olympic National Park dispatch of an injured hiker. The crew was located near KrauseBottom and had met a group on a backpacking trip who reported that a member of their group was injured. A 70-year-old female from Bremerton, WA sustained an […]

The cities of Aberdeen and Hoquiam will be hosting an open house for the general public on Wednesday, October 2nd at 7 PM to discuss the findings and recommendations in the Fire Department Cooperative Services Feasibility Study. The open house will be held at the Port of Grays Harbor Commission Room located at 111 S.Wooding […]

Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission, in partnership with the City of Westport, invites the public to a community meeting to learn about a proposed Scottish links-style public golf course, lodging and other public amenities in and around Westport Light State Park. State Parks is in the early stages of considering this proposal, and no […]

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