Angelo Bruscas

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Swans and ducks bask in the sun on a cold winter’s day on Perkins Pond. (Angelo Bruscas photo)

City, Community Club consider trading parks property

Chinook Park would be improved by club, city would take over Perkins Pond trail

  • Feb 20th, 2019 1:59pm
Swans and ducks bask in the sun on a cold winter’s day on Perkins Pond. (Angelo Bruscas photo)
Angelo Bruscas photo: Stephen Buck stands in front of what will be the new entrance to the future home of Buck Electric/Ace Hardware, which will relocate this spring to the facility on Pt. Brown.

Buck Electric/Ace Hardware relocation scheduled for this spring

Community support, local service central to decision to expand and own the facility

  • Feb 13th, 2019 9:44am
Angelo Bruscas photo: Stephen Buck stands in front of what will be the new entrance to the future home of Buck Electric/Ace Hardware, which will relocate this spring to the facility on Pt. Brown.
Larry Workman/Quinault Indian Nation photo of a Quinault fisherman on the river during the recent snowstorm.

Blueback closure latest in Quinault climate change impacts

Pres. Fawn Sharp headed to Washington, D.C. this week, disaster declaration likely

  • Feb 13th, 2019 9:26am
Larry Workman/Quinault Indian Nation photo of a Quinault fisherman on the river during the recent snowstorm.

Ocean Shores could have a new taxi service in Abby Cab

City also proposes agreement with consultants to start dunes trail wetlands delineation

  • Feb 6th, 2019 3:14pm
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…

  • Jan 29th, 2019 9:10am
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

Roanoke Conference returns amid shutdown adjustments

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

  • Jan 24th, 2019 12:29pm
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

  • Jan 24th, 2019 12:27pm
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.

Ace, drugstore relocations part of major redevelopment

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

  • Jan 24th, 2019 12:00pm
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

  • Jan 18th, 2019 9:15am
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 proposes salary reduction with hiring of new administrator

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

  • Jan 10th, 2019 10:19am
Scott D. Johnston photo Sarah Krupp and Jeri Brown of Black Hund Emporium from Buckley were part of last year’s first Urban Unglued event at the Ocean Shores Convention Center.

Events showcase for 2019 highlights changes to festival lineup

Promoters and sponsors of events scheduled in Ocean Shores for 2019 showcased…

  • Jan 10th, 2019 10:15am
Scott D. Johnston photo Sarah Krupp and Jeri Brown of Black Hund Emporium from Buckley were part of last year’s first Urban Unglued event at the Ocean Shores Convention Center.

Gift of kindness touches reader for Christmas

Ocean Shores sixth-grader was moved to help elderly woman after meeting at local store

  • Jan 2nd, 2019 11:02am
Photo of the jetty breach that occurred on Dec. 1, 2017 at the North Jetty beach access at the south end of Ocean Shores Boulevard.

Incoming new storm, high surf could cause jetty breach

Ocean Shores braced for another breach at the North Jetty after the…

  • Dec 19th, 2018 3:44pm
Photo of the jetty breach that occurred on Dec. 1, 2017 at the North Jetty beach access at the south end of Ocean Shores Boulevard.
The last time a ferry serviced Westport and Ocean Shores was in 2008. (File Photo)

Ferry service, protecting sewer plant top legislative requests

With Grays Harbor Transit as the lead agency behind the proposal, Ocean…

  • Dec 19th, 2018 7:19am
The last time a ferry serviced Westport and Ocean Shores was in 2008. (File Photo)
(Photo courtesy of Kelly Calhoun, Museum of the North Beach) A Grays Harbor County crew works to remove debris that had become lodged against the 2nd Street bridge over the Moclips River, which swelled with heavy rains.

High surf warning through Friday, coastal flooding concern

Late-fall storm also packs strong winds

  • Dec 13th, 2018 4:07pm
(Photo courtesy of Kelly Calhoun, Museum of the North Beach) A Grays Harbor County crew works to remove debris that had become lodged against the 2nd Street bridge over the Moclips River, which swelled with heavy rains.

Visitor Center will be moving to Chamber office

City Budget approves funds for change in operations, one-year deal at new location

  • Dec 7th, 2018 9:48am

Mayor apologizes over fireworks show controversy

Mayor Crystal Dingler apologized publicly on Monday for the city’s lack of…

  • Nov 29th, 2018 10:36am
This map shows the first section of the proposed high dunes trail that would be built starting next year under the city’s 2019-2020 budget.

Final city budget tweaks completed

Council approves two-year spending plan for Ocean Shores after voting on additions, subtractions

  • Nov 29th, 2018 10:30am
This map shows the first section of the proposed high dunes trail that would be built starting next year under the city’s 2019-2020 budget.
North Beach Schools photo North Beach School Supt. Andrew Kelly, right, receives the award from the Washington State School Directors Association and a check for $1,000 for the district’s support for its most needy students.

OS Elementary data charts steady improvement

Same methods employed at Pacific Beach to help students reach grade-level ability

  • Nov 29th, 2018 10:20am
North Beach Schools photo North Beach School Supt. Andrew Kelly, right, receives the award from the Washington State School Directors Association and a check for $1,000 for the district’s support for its most needy students.

Ocean Shores to make formal application for tsunami-safe structure

State experts pledge support in meeting with City Council, public

  • Nov 15th, 2018 4:01pm