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Effort to control Scotch Broom also spurs job growth

A new effort to control the non-native and invasive Scotch broom infestation…

Large Harbor interest in opportunity zone investment options

So many interested investors, public officials, bankers, real estate and administrative representatives…

  • Apr 23rd, 2019

Ocean Shores has to restore its Dunes Protection Act

Two weeks after Ocean Shores had to re-establish and restore its Ocean…

  • Apr 23rd, 2019
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                                A pedestrian tsunami evacuation map for Aberdeen, updated in early April, shows how long it would take to reach high ground on foot. Hannah Cleverly, Grays Harbor County Deputy Director of Emergency Management, explains it at the Tsunami Road Show Wednesday.

Tsunami Roadshow returns with new evacuation map details

Two more “tsunami roadshows” — featuring the latest information, assistance and updates…

DAN HAMMOCK | GRAYS HARBOR NEWS GROUP
                                A pedestrian tsunami evacuation map for Aberdeen, updated in early April, shows how long it would take to reach high ground on foot. Hannah Cleverly, Grays Harbor County Deputy Director of Emergency Management, explains it at the Tsunami Road Show Wednesday.
Angelo Bruscas photo: Kathryn Sprigg takes the oath of office from Angela Folkers after being selected from among seven applicants for the open Ocean Shores City Council Position 2 on Monday.
                                Angelo Bruscas photo: Kathryn Sprigg takes the oath of office from Angela Folkers after being selected from among seven applicants for the open Ocean Shores City Council Position 2 on Monday.

Sprigg chosen for City Council vacancy on first vote

Planning Commission member and Senior Center volunteer Kathryn Sprigg was chosen from…

Angelo Bruscas photo: Kathryn Sprigg takes the oath of office from Angela Folkers after being selected from among seven applicants for the open Ocean Shores City Council Position 2 on Monday.
                                Angelo Bruscas photo: Kathryn Sprigg takes the oath of office from Angela Folkers after being selected from among seven applicants for the open Ocean Shores City Council Position 2 on Monday.

Seven people apply for vacant Ocean Shores Council seat

Decision will be made at the Monday April 8 meeting

  • Apr 5th, 2019

Tsunami Roadshow returns as evacuation projects loom

Ocean Shores event begins at noon on April 10

  • Apr 4th, 2019

Former OS businessman Dan Murphy killed in ladder fall

Longtime Ocean Shores businessman and avid pilot Dan Murphy was killed this…

At the Fire Department Open House last year, Mike Thuirer, far right, talks with Tom Kimzey and Mike McGregor.

Capt. Mike Thuirer named new Ocean Shores Fire Chief

Previously served as acting/interim chief, replaces Bathke

At the Fire Department Open House last year, Mike Thuirer, far right, talks with Tom Kimzey and Mike McGregor.

New marketing effort to ‘Explore the Shores’

Ocean Shores marketing manager gives overview to the City Council on plans to attract visitors

  • Apr 3rd, 2019

NCN911: Body of missing woman found off Polson Camp Rd.

Grays Harbor Sherriff’s reports for the North Beach

  • Mar 31st, 2019

Three North Beach staff members honored by district

Three people were honored by the North Beach School District Board at…

  • Mar 28th, 2019

Ocean Shores has to restore its Dunes Protection Act

Ocean Shores has had to re-establish and restore its Ocean Dunes Protection…

  • Mar 28th, 2019

Deadline extended to April 3 for City Council vacancy

The deadline has been extended to apply for the Ocean Shores City…

Bulletin Board: Spring cleanup set; Workshop on homelessness

Community events and ongoing meetings

  • Mar 28th, 2019

New Learning Series opens with volunteer opportunities

By SCOTT D. JOHNSTON The Learning Series of Ocean Shores, a new…

  • Mar 28th, 2019

Clam Fest digging tips from state’s Coastal Shellfish Manager

WDFW’s Dan Ayres will be on hand during this weekend’s Razor Clam & Seafood Festival in Ocean Shores

  • Mar 13th, 2019
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                                Greater Grays Harbor Inc. CEO Dru Garson talks economic development at the regional chamber of commerce’s annual business forum lunch at the Rotary Log Pavilion in Aberdeen Feb. 26.

GGHI outlines focus on training, child care, quality of life

Making sure workers have affordable child care, training students so they’re ready…

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                                Greater Grays Harbor Inc. CEO Dru Garson talks economic development at the regional chamber of commerce’s annual business forum lunch at the Rotary Log Pavilion in Aberdeen Feb. 26.

Documents detail city’s ongoing effort to oust Fire Chief

Ocean Shores Fire Chief David Bathke “consistently challenged” the city’s union contract…

NCN911: Kitchen fire closes Pirates Cove for 2 weeks

Weekly Police, Sheriff’s Office and Fire Department reports from the North Beach

  • Mar 12th, 2019