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Scott D. Johnston photo VFW Post 8956 Post Commander John Link on Tuesday puts out flags in front of North Beach Medical Equipment in Ocean Shores.

Veterans Day events span the week across Grays Harbor

North Beach VFW members adorn Ocean Shores with American Flags

  • Nov 7th, 2018
Scott D. Johnston photo VFW Post 8956 Post Commander John Link on Tuesday puts out flags in front of North Beach Medical Equipment in Ocean Shores.

NCN911: Negligent driving charge in beach rollover

Police, Sheriff’s call logs for the week in the North Beach and Ocean Shores

  • Nov 6th, 2018

Four-day razor clam dig approved starting Nov. 8

Alternating days at Mockrocks, Copalis for North Beach areas

  • Nov 6th, 2018

Dems contributing heavily to Frasier in bid to unseat Walsh in the 19th

(Editor’s note: Tuesday’s general election was occurring as the North Coast News…

Ballots due by Nov. 6 for the general election

With 41,800 ballots mailed out to voters of Grays Harbor for this…

  • Nov 1st, 2018
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Elections focus: PUD candidates divided on I-1631

Final profiles of local, county and state races before the Nov. 6 general election

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Angelo Bruscas/North Coast News Ocean Shores Public Works Director Nick Bird, left, and Mayor Crystal Dingler, center, give a tour of the areas of the city hit hard by coastal erosion, such as Damon Point, as part of the Coastal Marine Resources Committee Summit, including Surfrider’s Casey Dennehy, far right, last Thursday.

Marine Resources Summit focus on North Beach, Southwest coast

Jetty history, development impacts shoreline erosion from the Columbia to Grays Harbor

Angelo Bruscas/North Coast News Ocean Shores Public Works Director Nick Bird, left, and Mayor Crystal Dingler, center, give a tour of the areas of the city hit hard by coastal erosion, such as Damon Point, as part of the Coastal Marine Resources Committee Summit, including Surfrider’s Casey Dennehy, far right, last Thursday.

Garbage rates to increase in Ocean Shores

Lemay’s 30-gallon carts to replace larger one with inserts

SR8 construction completed six months ahead of schedule

Drivers now have a straight shot through McCleary on State Route 8…

  • Oct 31st, 2018

LTAC recommends funding for marketing request, not C0-Op

City Council will have final say in how hotel-motel tax funds are dispersed

NCN911: Missing woman found safe

Weekly Police and Sheriff’s calls for the past week on the North Beach

  • Oct 31st, 2018

NCN911: Police nab squatters for OS burglaries

A couple suspected of squatting in a vacant house on Sand Dune…

  • Oct 25th, 2018
North Coast News: Members of the Ocean Shores City Council take cover under their meeting table during the GreatShakeout exercise that occurred during their first study session on the 2019-2020 budget.

City to apply for federal tsunami evacuation grant funding

Budget discussions continue with conservative approach to revenue forecasts

North Coast News: Members of the Ocean Shores City Council take cover under their meeting table during the GreatShakeout exercise that occurred during their first study session on the 2019-2020 budget.

Second fall clam digs approved starting Oct. 25

Alternating days at North Beach sites: Copalis first, then Mocrocks

  • Oct 22nd, 2018

Ocean Shores Elementary earns ‘School of Distinction’ honor

Second consecutive state designation for continued improvement

  • Oct 17th, 2018

Biennial budget includes new city administrator position

All-day City Council study session on first two-year spending plan on Thursday at Lions Club

Angelo Bruscas/North Coast News: Ocean Shores Firefighters demonstrate how they rescue someone trapped in a car during the Open House last week.

Fire Dept. celebrates Open House, fire engine grant

Just in time for its annual open house, the Ocean Shores Fire…

Angelo Bruscas/North Coast News: Ocean Shores Firefighters demonstrate how they rescue someone trapped in a car during the Open House last week.

Tsunami sirens will have real sound for Great ShakeOut drill

Timed for Thursday morning, Oct. 18

  • Oct 16th, 2018
Don Williams photo of the pavement repairs on N. Razor Clam Dr. SW, with the log removed shown on the left.

Pavement repairs to require more road closures

The city of Ocean Shores in conjunction with Rognlin’s Inc. has been…

  • Oct 16th, 2018
Don Williams photo of the pavement repairs on N. Razor Clam Dr. SW, with the log removed shown on the left.

Elections take center stage in Ocean Shores candidates forum

Congressional, legislative and county candidates meet North Beach voters