News

Ocean Shores Library benefits from estate of Victoria Trower

The board has received a payment of $375,000 to date with expected additional funding

Beach Business: Arrow Lumber & Hardware purchases OS Levee Lumber

Change in ownership official Aug.23, with grand opening celebration in September

Short-term rental proposal outlined by Planning Commission

City Council also puts brakes on Pt. Brown pedestrian/bike lane project grant funding commitments

Cato departs as Kelly era starts for North Beach School District

District 4 Board search begins as school year starts with new labor agreement

Bulletin Board: Support the North Beach Powerlifting team

Hyaks headed to world competition in Nevada; Labor Day weekend benefits

  • Aug 28th, 2018

Jetty moratorium extended until shoreline plan’s completion

Changes must be approved by City Council after conditional Ecology approval

New team to bolster North Beach schools this fall

Couple from Lyle will hold several positions at jr./sr. high school under new Supt. Andrew Kelly

  • Aug 22nd, 2018

Local Police team up with DUI emphasis in Harbor

One in four state traffic deaths involve poly-drug impairment, commonly alcohol and marijuana

  • Aug 16th, 2018

Ocean Shores joins forces to restore ferry service with Westport

Both cities, Grays Harbor Transit draft new interlocal agreement to obtain grant funds, planning

Ocean Shores begins public process for first biennial budget

Staff reports to be presented at Aug. 27 City Council meeting

NCN911: Deputies seek info in boat launch killing

Ocean Shores kidnapping, assault arrests; Weekly police call logs

  • Aug 14th, 2018

Jeff Daniel chosen for open City Council seat

Local real estate broker also is Chamber of Commerce president; four other applicants for Position 2

Prop 1 sales tax for roads maintains margin of victory

Ocean Shores primary measure, once validated, enacts two-tenths of one percent tax starting in 2019

New North Beach principal with ‘at-risk’ focus

Cynthia Valdez has experience in Wenatchee, Pasco

  • Aug 14th, 2018

Five applicants for open Ocean Shores Council position

Decision will be made after interviews on Monday night by remaining members

Ocean Shores voters narrowly approving Prop 1 sales tax for roads

More election results expected before the end of the week

City reviews ongoing Public Works projects

Decisions on Pt. Brown due by the end of the year

Seabrook Foundation grants $35,000-plus locally

Second quarter awards, scholarships aid several North Beach programs, Fire District No. 7

  • Aug 8th, 2018

Timing issues fuel debate over Prop 1 for road repairs

Voters will decide fate of local sales tax proposals in Ocean Shores in primary

Three candidates face off for County Auditor’s primary election

Two top will move on to the general election in November