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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

First razor clam digs of new year approved

Razor clam enthusiasts can ring in the new year with the recent…

  • Jan 2nd, 2019

Gift of kindness touches reader for Christmas

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

Final assessed values put Ocean Shores over $1.15 billion

The Grays Harbor County final figures for cities and other taxing districts…

  • Jan 2nd, 2019
Ocean Beach Roasters photo from some of the live music features that bring in customers during slow times over the winter.

Beach Business: Plan ahead to weather slow seasons

By Mia Johnstone, Business Advisor, Small Business Development Center The holiday season…

  • Jan 2nd, 2019
Ocean Beach Roasters photo from some of the live music features that bring in customers during slow times over the winter.
(Dan Hammock | Grays Harbor News Group) Taken from the Westport Viewing Tower, Thursday morning saw towering waves hit along Washington’s coast.

Wild sights from Thursday’s high winds and flooding

Grays Harbor News Group The storm that hit the Twin Harbors on…

  • Dec 21st, 2018
(Dan Hammock | Grays Harbor News Group) Taken from the Westport Viewing Tower, Thursday morning saw towering waves hit along Washington’s coast.
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…

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.

WDFW seeks nominations for Grays Harbor salmon advisory group

OLYMPIA – The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is seeking…

  • Dec 19th, 2018
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…

The last time a ferry serviced Westport and Ocean Shores was in 2008. (File Photo)

Pre-Christmas razor clam digs approved for Dec. 20-23

Just in time for Christmas, the state has approved four days of…

  • Dec 19th, 2018

Port could become fiber-optic hub as transatlantic cable landing is considered

The Port of Grays Harbor and the Grays Harbor PUD have joined forces to study building a coastal “landing station” for transoceanic fiber optic cable.

(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

(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.
Courtesy Nichole Pas, Summit Pacific Medical Center
                                Rep. Derek Kilmer, left, and Summit Pacific Medical Center CEO Josh Martin tour the hospital’s Wellness Center, which is under construction, on Monday in Elma. The facility is slated to open next month.

Kilmer hosts economic development summit

Congressman brings together federal and state officials to discuss ways for governments, businesses and individuals to get funding help with their projects or emergencies.

  • Dec 13th, 2018
Courtesy Nichole Pas, Summit Pacific Medical Center
                                Rep. Derek Kilmer, left, and Summit Pacific Medical Center CEO Josh Martin tour the hospital’s Wellness Center, which is under construction, on Monday in Elma. The facility is slated to open next month.

NCN911: Pacific Beach teen nabbed after pursuit

Weekly law enforcement reports from the North Beach and Ocean Shores

  • Dec 7th, 2018