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Council approves Library expansion agreement

Possible bike helmet legislation, review of wildlife feeding ban fail for lack of majority support

 

Bulletin Board: Help needed for July 4-5 beach cleanup

Hydrant flushing continues, van needed for Green Lantern Lunch Program

  • Jun 14th, 2018

 

Angelo Bruscas photo: Tsunami experts at the forum in Ocean Shores June 12 included from left, Maxmillan Dixon of Washington Emergency Management, Jeana Wiser of Project Safe Haven, Daniel Eungard of the Washington Geological Survey, Randall LeVeque of the University of Washington, Chris Moore of NOAA, Cale Ash, an engineer for Dejenkolb, and Tim Cook, state mitigation officer with Washington Emergency Mangement.

Local commitment urged at tsunami refuge forum

Vertical evacuation planning ongoing in several communities with grants applications pending

 

Scott D. Johnston photo Hats in the air as graduation ceremonies come to a close for the North Beach Class of 2018

North Beach Class of 2017: ‘It’s Your Passion’

Forty-five graduates receive diplomas, about $800,000 in scholarship funds awarded in packed ceremony

Scott D. Johnston photo Hats in the air as graduation ceremonies come to a close for the North Beach Class of 2018

School Board selectes Andrew Kelly as new superintendent

Chehalis native currently in dual role in Lyle, will start July 1

Hospital has already paid $1 million to consulting firm

Grays Harbor Community Hospital has paid Navigant Consulting nearly $1 million in…

Economic development, environment goals start Comp Plan update

Planning Commission holds Open House in preparing first two sections for City Council

North Coast News Interim North Beach Co-superintendent Stan Pinnick administers the oath of office to new Board member Jane Harnagy.

School superintendent search begins this week

Jane Harnagy selected for District 3 Director, board still has vacancy to be filled by state ESD

North Coast News Interim North Beach Co-superintendent Stan Pinnick administers the oath of office to new Board member Jane Harnagy.

Council approves ban on feeding deer, other wildlife

Nuisance ordinance applies to the feeding of deer, elk, coyotes, cougars, bears — but not birds

Fan Fest granted city funding after vote reversed

Council backs Aug. 17-19 event with $10,000 in available LTAC funds

Quinault Indian Nation, Grays Harbor County, Washington Emergency Management Division (EMD) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency participate in a tsunami preparedness exercise that was preceded by a presentation on the tribe’s history, an overview of the tsunami warning system from EMD, and a presentation from FEMA about the process for requesting a major disaster declaration

Quinault Nation hosts ‘tabletop exercise’ on tsunami preparedness

FEMA, state Emergency Management, Grays Harbor County join with tribe to review emergency planning

  • Jun 1st, 2018
Quinault Indian Nation, Grays Harbor County, Washington Emergency Management Division (EMD) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency participate in a tsunami preparedness exercise that was preceded by a presentation on the tribe’s history, an overview of the tsunami warning system from EMD, and a presentation from FEMA about the process for requesting a major disaster declaration
Intertribal Timber Council photo: Phil Rigdon, ITC President, testified about the organization’s goals before Congress last September.

Tribal timber policies, industry showcased in Ocean Shores

Quinault Nation to host 42nd annual Indian Timber Symposium at Convention Center, QBRC

Intertribal Timber Council photo: Phil Rigdon, ITC President, testified about the organization’s goals before Congress last September.

Taholah Village Relocation Master Plan wins Smart Communities Award

Gov. Inslee announces winners for 2018; Quinault project earns Judges Merit recognition

  • May 31st, 2018

NCN911: Responders, rope gun save youth in surf rescue

K9 catches suspect trying to flee Sheriff’s deputy

  • May 29th, 2018

City to start roadside herbicide spraying June 4

New procedure to follow if you don’t want applications on your property line

  • May 28th, 2018
Bob Peterson displays the free T-shirt that North Beach students ages 8-14 will receive when they participate in the Free Summer Fun program at Ocean Shores Elementary School, July 9-27.

New summer program for kids launched

Registration deadline is June 15; for North Beach students ages 8-14

  • May 24th, 2018
Bob Peterson displays the free T-shirt that North Beach students ages 8-14 will receive when they participate in the Free Summer Fun program at Ocean Shores Elementary School, July 9-27.
Ocean Shores Mayor Crystal Dingler, right, cuts the ribbon on the new Razor Clam Bridge, with Public Works Director Nick Bird, center, and Council member Holly Plackett assisting. North Coast News photo.

City celebrates new Razor Clam Bridge completion

Project starts to replace gravel adjacent to Playtime Family Fun Center

Ocean Shores Mayor Crystal Dingler, right, cuts the ribbon on the new Razor Clam Bridge, with Public Works Director Nick Bird, center, and Council member Holly Plackett assisting. North Coast News photo.
Dave Wayman, left, and Stan Pinnick have returned as interim co-superintendents of the North Beach School District.

Wayman, Pinnick return to North Beach School District

Interim superintendents on a month-by-month contract while seach for replacement begins

Dave Wayman, left, and Stan Pinnick have returned as interim co-superintendents of the North Beach School District.
Dennis Schulte photo of the dead whale that was found in Ocean Shores on Sunday.

NCN911: Young dead whale washes ashore

Female Humpback Likely killed when entangled in crab pots; local police call logs

  • May 24th, 2018
Dennis Schulte photo of the dead whale that was found in Ocean Shores on Sunday.
DAN HAMMOCK | THE DAILY WORLD
                                James Donald Walker was sentenced to the maximum of just over 7 1/2 years for second degree manslaughter for the death of James “Jimmy” Smith-Kramer on a gravel bar off Donkey Creek Road just under a year ago. Walker had pled guilty to the charge and four others associated with Smith-Kramer’s death and injuries caused to Henry Phillip Anderson during the same incident.

Quinault Nation president, victim’s uncle speak at Walker sentencing hearing

Walker pleaded guilty of manslaughter for the death of Jimmy Smith-Kramer

DAN HAMMOCK | THE DAILY WORLD
                                James Donald Walker was sentenced to the maximum of just over 7 1/2 years for second degree manslaughter for the death of James “Jimmy” Smith-Kramer on a gravel bar off Donkey Creek Road just under a year ago. Walker had pled guilty to the charge and four others associated with Smith-Kramer’s death and injuries caused to Henry Phillip Anderson during the same incident.