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Longtime Ocean Shores activist Gordon Broadbent dies

Former Ocean Shores City Council member and local activist Gordon Broadbent passed…

  • Sep 5th, 2019

PAWS fundraiser could use some donations

The North Beach PAWS annual fundraising dinner and auction will be held…

  • Sep 5th, 2019

Noble, Linn launch OS candidates debate series

By Scott D. Johnston For the Grays Harbor News Group A series…

  • Sep 5th, 2019

Arts, paddles and kelpers this weekend

Ocean Shores and the North Beach will play host to three major annual events this weekend: the AAOS Arts Crafts Festival, Paddle the Shores and Kelpers Weekend.

  • Aug 29th, 2019

North Beach Senior Center announces schedule for debates

The North Beach Senior Center has announced the schedule for the upcoming…

  • Aug 29th, 2019

Weather expert Cliff Mass to speak in Ocean Shores Sept. 7

Washington weather icon Cliff Mass will speak in Ocean Shores about historic…

  • Aug 29th, 2019

Conniry wins municipal leadership award

Ocean Shores City Councilwoman Susan Conniry recently received a Certificate of Municipal…

  • Aug 29th, 2019

Food Bank seeking board members for 2020

The Ocean Shores Food Bank is looking for a few “talented and…

  • Aug 29th, 2019
Congressman Derek Kilmer

Congressman Kilmer to hold town hall meeting in Westport

Congressman Derek Kilmer will host a town hall meeting in Westport Monday,…

  • Aug 22nd, 2019
Congressman Derek Kilmer

County gets grant for homeless youth shelter

CCAP will operate the center, which will have six beds, employ up to eight full-time equivalent workers.

  • Aug 22nd, 2019
A sign is posted beside Vance Creek County Park Pond No. 2 on Monday south of Elma. The county has issued an warning about the presence of blue-green algae in the water. The algae can make people sick or be fatal to animals, including pets. Residents are advised to stay out of the water. (Michael Lang | Grays Harbor News Group)

County warns of algae bloom at Vance Creek park

Signs encourage people and pets to stay out of and not drink the water.

  • Aug 22nd, 2019
A sign is posted beside Vance Creek County Park Pond No. 2 on Monday south of Elma. The county has issued an warning about the presence of blue-green algae in the water. The algae can make people sick or be fatal to animals, including pets. Residents are advised to stay out of the water. (Michael Lang | Grays Harbor News Group)

Firefighters union endorses Dingler, Conniry critical

By Scott D. Johnston For the GH News Group The Ocean Shores…

  • Aug 22nd, 2019

Ken Hunt named Artist of the Month for August

Photography has been a passion of his for more than 40 years.

  • Aug 22nd, 2019

PAWS gets $60K in donations from Charlie Utterback

Local businessman Charlie Utterback recently donated $36,000 to North Beach PAWS, which…

  • Aug 22nd, 2019

Possible single-payer option and urgent care center discussed at Town Hall

A crowd of 120 or more filled the Ocean Shores Lions Club on Sunday afternoon for the North Beach Medical Initiative Town Hall.

  • Aug 22nd, 2019
COURTESY NATIONAL PARK SERVICE
                                The National Park Service will begin repairs Sept. 3. This photo shows Graves Creek after previous emergency repairs were made to significant washouts created over the past two winters.

Road repairs scheduled for Graves Creek Road in September

The Olympic National Park road crew is scheduled to begin repairs to…

  • Aug 22nd, 2019
COURTESY NATIONAL PARK SERVICE
                                The National Park Service will begin repairs Sept. 3. This photo shows Graves Creek after previous emergency repairs were made to significant washouts created over the past two winters.

Senior Center to host OS candidate debates

By Scott D. Johnston For Grays Harbor News Group The North Beach…

  • Aug 22nd, 2019

Dingler, Conniry face rematch for OS mayor

By Scott D. Johnston For Grays Harbor News Group As was expected,…

  • Aug 15th, 2019

Dog Day Afternoon: Annual Woof-a-Thon in Ocean Shores

North Beach High School’s field played host to the eighth annual Woof-a-Thon…

  • Aug 15th, 2019
Photo by Scott D. Johnston
                                Michelle McClusky, far right, faced an overflow crowd that packed the Ocean Shores Lions Club last Thursday for a hearing on the worship center she would like to build on residential-zoned property she owns on S. Razor Clam Drive. Conducting the hearing were impartial examiner Ted Hunter, left, and City Planner Alicia Bridges, center.

Hearing on hold for proposed church on S. Razor Clam

By Scott D. Johnston For Grays Harbor News Group A standing-room-only crowd…

  • Aug 15th, 2019
Photo by Scott D. Johnston
                                Michelle McClusky, far right, faced an overflow crowd that packed the Ocean Shores Lions Club last Thursday for a hearing on the worship center she would like to build on residential-zoned property she owns on S. Razor Clam Drive. Conducting the hearing were impartial examiner Ted Hunter, left, and City Planner Alicia Bridges, center.