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Second fall clam digs approved starting Oct. 25

Alternating days at North Beach sites: Copalis first, then Mocrocks

  • Oct 22nd, 2018

 

Ocean Shores Elementary earns ‘School of Distinction’ honor

Second consecutive state designation for continued improvement

  • Oct 17th, 2018

 

Biennial budget includes new city administrator position

All-day City Council study session on first two-year spending plan on Thursday at Lions Club

 

Angelo Bruscas/North Coast News: Ocean Shores Firefighters demonstrate how they rescue someone trapped in a car during the Open House last week.

Fire Dept. celebrates Open House, fire engine grant

Just in time for its annual open house, the Ocean Shores Fire…

Angelo Bruscas/North Coast News: Ocean Shores Firefighters demonstrate how they rescue someone trapped in a car during the Open House last week.
Don Williams photo of the pavement repairs on N. Razor Clam Dr. SW, with the log removed shown on the left.

Pavement repairs to require more road closures

The city of Ocean Shores in conjunction with Rognlin’s Inc. has been…

  • Oct 16th, 2018
Don Williams photo of the pavement repairs on N. Razor Clam Dr. SW, with the log removed shown on the left.

Tsunami sirens will have real sound for Great ShakeOut drill

Timed for Thursday morning, Oct. 18

  • Oct 16th, 2018

Elections take center stage in Ocean Shores candidates forum

Congressional, legislative and county candidates meet North Beach voters

Fall’s first razor clam digs fully approved for Oct. 11-13

Tests show clams harvested at Mocrocks, Copalis digging areas are safe to eat

  • Oct 5th, 2018

NCN911: Hit-and-run pole crash knocks out power

Police and Sherff’s call logs for the North Beach

  • Oct 10th, 2018
Angelo Bruscas photo Doug Dorling gives credit to the Fresh Waterways Corp. volunteers for their help in the ongoing treatment and survey program for the lakes and canals in Ocean Shores.

Fresh waterways showing steady progress in Ocean Shores

Treatments and commitment from city, volunteers cited as keeping lakes and canals in better shape

Angelo Bruscas photo Doug Dorling gives credit to the Fresh Waterways Corp. volunteers for their help in the ongoing treatment and survey program for the lakes and canals in Ocean Shores.

Quinault Nation now able to regulate water like state

EPA announces the tribe will assume responsibility for Clean Water Act

Noble selected to City Council, Corps to help with jetty

Mayor casts deciding vote on third member this year appointed to fill a vacancy

Molly Williams photo: Members of the Fresh Waterways Corp. work along a canal to help clear the debris.

Bulletin Board: Wine & Weeds, Fire Dept. open house, candidates forum

Community events and ongoing meetings

  • Sep 20th, 2018
Molly Williams photo: Members of the Fresh Waterways Corp. work along a canal to help clear the debris.

Families encouraged to apply for meal programs for students

Office of the Superintendent of Public Education issues reminder

  • Sep 20th, 2018

County lifts burn ban on campfires

With cooler, wetter weather in the forecast, a Grays Harbor County burn…

  • Sep 19th, 2018

Change in leadership at county Emergency Management

Chuck Wallace out as new deputy director named on Wednesday

  • Sep 19th, 2018
One of the alternatives in the now-shelved plan to build sidewalks, bike lanes and traffic improvement for Pt. Brown Avenue in Ocean Shores.

Council unanimous in returning Pt. Brown grant funding

Project still on city’s six-year transportation plan

One of the alternatives in the now-shelved plan to build sidewalks, bike lanes and traffic improvement for Pt. Brown Avenue in Ocean Shores.

Seven people apply for open Ocean Shores Council position

Applicants will be interviewed and make statements at the Sept. 24 City Council meeting

Patricia Jollimore photo of the first razor clam dig of the 2017-18 season on the beach at Ocean Shores.

Razor clam season ‘shaping up’ for plenty of North Beach digs

First dig dates start Oct. 11-12 pending testing, final approval

  • Sep 14th, 2018
Patricia Jollimore photo of the first razor clam dig of the 2017-18 season on the beach at Ocean Shores.
Tom Northup photo The National Park Service has begun the final steps to demolish the now-shuttered North Shore Resort on Lake Quinault on the lake’s North Shore Road.

Quinault’s former North Shore Resort to be razed by Park

Plans call for lakeside resort to be returned to nature after purchase completed last year

Tom Northup photo The National Park Service has begun the final steps to demolish the now-shuttered North Shore Resort on Lake Quinault on the lake’s North Shore Road.