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Bulletin Board: Ocean Shores Spring Cleanup April 24-26

Roadside Trash Cleanup May 5-6, Hydrant flushing continues

  • Apr 20th, 2018

 

Final razor clam dig of the season begins April 19 at Mocrocks

Copalis open for only one day Saturday April 21

  • Apr 18th, 2018

 

DAN HAMMOCK | THE DAILY WORLD
                                Students and guests at the Ocosta School take part in a tsunami drill Wednesday afternoon. The fortified gym building, the flat-roofed building over the buses, is designed to safely hold hundreds of people and to withstand a worst-case tsunami scenario.

Tsunami Road Show: ‘big one’ due any time, preparedness key to survival

Presentation at Ocosta gives locals possible scenarios, tips for getting through them

 

Group hopes to start ‘Watch D.O.G.S.’ program at NBHS

Goal is to be ready for the 2018-19 school year with support for students

  • Apr 18th, 2018

Tsunami lessons at packed house in Ocean Shores

More than 300 people turn out for state’s Tsunami Road Show presentation

Larry Workman photo: The newly elected Quinault Indian Nation Executive leadership group inlcudes from right Treasurer Larry Ralston, President Fawn Sharp, Vice President Tyson E. Johnston, Secretary Latosha Underwood, Third Councilman John Bryson Jr., and Francis Rosander.

Quinault Pres. Fawn Sharp elected to her fifth term

Three other tribal executives also re-elected during General Council meeting April 7

  • Apr 11th, 2018
Larry Workman photo: The newly elected Quinault Indian Nation Executive leadership group inlcudes from right Treasurer Larry Ralston, President Fawn Sharp, Vice President Tyson E. Johnston, Secretary Latosha Underwood, Third Councilman John Bryson Jr., and Francis Rosander.

CoastSavers registers volunteers for April 21 coastal clenaup

Check in for Ocean Shores will be at the end of the Chance a La Mer approach

  • Apr 11th, 2018

City moving forward with outer dunes trail project

Project will be done in phases, with first part from Damon Road to Pacific Blvd.

(Scott D. Johnston photo) Diane Solem, left, takes the oath of office from Ocean Shores City Clerk Rachel Carl. Solem was one of nine applicants for the vacant City Council seat caused by the death of Robert Crumpacker.

Diane Solem selected to fill City Council vacancy

Local sales tax proposal to be decided by voters to fund road and street repairs and maintenance

(Scott D. Johnston photo) Diane Solem, left, takes the oath of office from Ocean Shores City Clerk Rachel Carl. Solem was one of nine applicants for the vacant City Council seat caused by the death of Robert Crumpacker.

Ten applicants for Ocean Shores City Council vacancy

Each person will speak to the council on Monday before answering questions; vote to follow

Bulletin Board: Dunes trail meeting Monday from 3:30-5 p.m.

Spring clean up set for April 24-26

  • Apr 4th, 2018

Seabrook Foundation grants $70,000 in first quarter 2018

New board officers elected, 10 local organizations/non-profits assisted

  • Apr 4th, 2018
Angelo Bruscas photo of the ribbon cutting at the Oyhut Bay Fresh Market: (L-R) Lori and Carlos Villarreal, Chamber President Jeff Daniel, Mayor Crystal Dingler, and Chamber Ambassador Lorna Grover.

New owners celebrated at Boat House, Fresh Market

Beach Business: Seabrook sales soar in 2017, Co-Op meeting sparks ideas to increase tourism

Angelo Bruscas photo of the ribbon cutting at the Oyhut Bay Fresh Market: (L-R) Lori and Carlos Villarreal, Chamber President Jeff Daniel, Mayor Crystal Dingler, and Chamber Ambassador Lorna Grover.

Thevik named to Coastal Marine Advisory Council

Representing fishing interests for 26-member group that advises the Governor

  • Apr 4th, 2018

School Board names acting superintendent as search begins

Applications for the interim position will be taken through June 30

Citizens sound off on short-term vacation rental issue

Planning Commission hears concerns as it looks into possible recommendations on current policies

Tsunami Roadshow brings latest information to coast

Event set for Ocean Shores Convention Center on April 11

NCN911: Firewood theft leads to drug investigation

Ocean Shores police calls for the past week

  • Apr 3rd, 2018

Police suspend investigation into missing Utah woman

Tracy Lewis appears to have left of ‘own accord,’ previous incident noted

  • Mar 29th, 2018

New state maps show inundation locally from major tsunami

The state Department of Natural Resources has released new Tsunami Inundation Hazard…

  • Mar 27th, 2018