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Quinault Councilman John Bryson Jr, Treasurer Larry Ralston, Councilwoman Clarinda Underwood, Congressman Derek Kilmer, President Fawn Sharp, Councilwoman Latosha Underwood, Councilwoman Dawneen DeLaCruz, the president’s son Daniel Malvini

Kilmer, Quinaults decry shutdown’s impact on tribes

The Quinault Indian Nation along with many other Northwest tribes were adversely…

Quinault Councilman John Bryson Jr, Treasurer Larry Ralston, Councilwoman Clarinda Underwood, Congressman Derek Kilmer, President Fawn Sharp, Councilwoman Latosha Underwood, Councilwoman Dawneen DeLaCruz, the president’s son Daniel Malvini

Washington motorcyclists rev support for anti-profiling law in Olympia

House Bill 1152 would prohibit a law enforcement officer or agency from engaging in motorcycle profiling and give bikers legal recourse if they are the brunt of profiling.

  • Jan 28th, 2019

Everyone wants to clean up the energy sector, but parties disagree on how

Democrats and Republicans both want to turn Washington into a clean energy state, but they just don’t agree on how to do it.

  • Jan 28th, 2019

Students trek to Olympia to support plastic straw ban

Disability rights group objects on behalf of people who need straws.

  • Jan 28th, 2019

Summit Pacific celebrates completion of Wellness Center

Crowd turns out to tour facility.

  • Jan 25th, 2019

Republican proposal would outlaw state database on gun transfers

House Bill 1024 would prohibit the state Department of Licensing from storing records related to pistol sales and ownership transfers in its online database.

  • Jan 24th, 2019

House bill proposes payment for college athletes

By Madeline Coats Washington Newspaper Publishers Association College students enrolled in an…

  • Jan 24th, 2019

Roanoke Conference returns amid shutdown adjustments

Hundreds of Republicans gather for 10th annual event at Ocean Shores Convention Center this weekend

North Beach School District photo School Supt. Andrew Kelly, center, delivered on a promise last month to die his hair “Pacific Beach Elementary School blue” when student in Will Oaks’ 5th/6th-grade class showed significant assessment progress, which they met by even exceeding expectations in math and English language arts.

School Board rewards Supt. Kelly with extended contract

Progress made toward four goals set for improving the district

North Beach School District photo School Supt. Andrew Kelly, center, delivered on a promise last month to die his hair “Pacific Beach Elementary School blue” when student in Will Oaks’ 5th/6th-grade class showed significant assessment progress, which they met by even exceeding expectations in math and English language arts.

Local lawmakers consider special honor for a clam

Washington may become the first state to designate an official state clam,…

  • Jan 24th, 2019

Ace, drugstore relocations part of major redevelopment

12th Woman Espresso stand closed as new entrance called for in plans

Angelo Bruscas photo: The world champion North Beach Hyaks powerlifting team was honored with a proclamation by the Ocean Shores City Council and Mayor Crystal Dingler on Monday. In the photo from right: Robert Oban, Alexis Potter, Maryah Winser, Arianna Salmond, Maggie McPherson, and assistant coach Alison Cline.

Mayor’s salary reduced in 2020, adult business law proposed

Ocean Shores City Council also approves new agreement with Coastal Interpretive Center

Angelo Bruscas photo: The world champion North Beach Hyaks powerlifting team was honored with a proclamation by the Ocean Shores City Council and Mayor Crystal Dingler on Monday. In the photo from right: Robert Oban, Alexis Potter, Maryah Winser, Arianna Salmond, Maggie McPherson, and assistant coach Alison Cline.
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Government shutdown kills Kalaloch razor clam digs

Due to the federal shutdown, the state Department of Fish and Wildlife…

  • Jan 17th, 2019
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NCN911: Multiple warrant violations; sex offense allegation

A 67-year old Ocean Shores man was arrested Friday afternoon (Jan. 4)…

  • Jan 10th, 2019
PHOTO COURTESY OF CONNIE ALLEN
                                The North Cove shoreline at the end of Seamobile Drive was pounded by surf during the Dec. 20 storm, but the cobble piled up by locals to protect the rapidly eroding shoreline appeared to do its job, keeping the loss of land to a minimum.

Rock cobble beach at North Cove working as planned, so far

The North Cove shoreline in Pacific County took a beating from high…

PHOTO COURTESY OF CONNIE ALLEN
                                The North Cove shoreline at the end of Seamobile Drive was pounded by surf during the Dec. 20 storm, but the cobble piled up by locals to protect the rapidly eroding shoreline appeared to do its job, keeping the loss of land to a minimum.

Mayor proposes salary reduction with hiring of new administrator

The Ocean Shores City Council will meet for the first time in…

Storm snaps Ocean Shores seahorse, knocks out power

The wind storm that roared into Western Washington late Saturday night toppled…

  • Jan 7th, 2019

New ventures in OS include medical service, taproom

By SCOTT D. JOHNSTON Two new businesses got started in Ocean Shores…

  • Jan 4th, 2019

High surf advisory for coast on Friday

Beach erosion possible in Ocean Shores, Westport

  • Jan 3rd, 2019

Limited Access to Olympic National Park during government shutdown

PORT ANGELES — During the shutdown of the federal government due to…

  • Jan 3rd, 2019