News

Clam digs through February include Kalaloch

North Beach area will reopen pending test results.

  • Dec 19th, 2016

Ocean Shores Fire Chief Lqiue resigns

Capt. Ritter named interim chief

State says 2,300-year-old crab pot skull is Native American

Quinault Nation among five tribes notified, final disposition to be determined

Council moves library back to general fund budget for 2018

No public comment taken before 4-2 vote

Olympic National Park Wilderness to be renamed to honor Dan Evans

Quinault tribe lauds passage of bill honoring the former Washington senator, governor

Bulletin Board: Town Hall, School Board, Community Voices

Alec’s by the Sea: Business of the Month photos

  • Dec 14th, 2016

Conniry first to announce run for City Council

Which position still undetermined.

Clam dig OK’d at Copalis and Mocrocks this weekend

No digging on the South Beach

Five fishermen rescued from boat aground on the North Beach

An estimated 8,000 pounds of crab were onboard

  • Dec 8th, 2016

Eventful 2017 already filling fast for Convention Center

Several new events along with longtime favorites

  • Dec 8th, 2016

KIND award of $100,000 for Shaughnessy

Lantern Lunch program receives national recognition

  • Dec 8th, 2016

Pinnacle plan for Center survives in 2017 budget

LTAC to meet Friday morning

Town Hall on home repair, remodeling

Jan. 29 at Ocean Shores Elementary

  • Dec 8th, 2016

NCN911: Quads, power equipment taken in burglary

Police seeking information.

  • Dec 4th, 2016

Quinault delgation sendoff to Standing Rock

Rally on Sunday at Hoquiam airport.

  • Dec 2nd, 2016

Bulletin Board: Coats for Kids; upcoming benefit

Photos of Knights of Columbus coat donation drive.

  • Dec 1st, 2016

Council carves out final 2017 budget

More than $200,000 moved from general fund proposed surplus.

  • Dec 1st, 2016

Cougar sighted on Ocean Shores Elementary School grounds

Fish & Wildlife responds, students kept inside while threat assessed

KIND to award $100,000 for Lantern Lunch program

Formal announcement next week.

  • Dec 1st, 2016

PUD street light bills spark questions

Utility conducts inventory in Ocean Shores.