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(Justin Damasiewicz | The Vidette) A barn fire on Hiram Hall Road in Brady on Thursday, Aug. 20, resulted in spot fires and left one structure a total loss, but emergency personnel was able to prevent the fire from catching on any other structures.

Brady barn burns, but no injuries

Aug 27, 2015 8:00am

A barn fire on Hiram Hall Road in Brady on Thursday had no injuries but left the structure a complete loss, according to Grays Harbor Fire District 2 officials. Multiple agencies responded to the...

(Mark Neary)  McKenzie Neary is sworn in as a student representative by Elma School Board member Teresa Boling at a school board meeting on Aug. 12 at the school district office.

Williams, Neary provide student voice for Elma School Board

Aug 27, 2015 8:00am

The Elma School District values its students’ voice in the decision making processes, as evidenced through its school board’s student representative program, and for the past year, Emma Williams...

(Gabe Green | The Daily World) Riley McDougall sends a pass during a scrimmage.

Chokers to rely upon local experience, talent in second season of women’s soccer

Aug 27, 2015 8:00am

Grays Harbor College’s debut season in women’s soccer was a learning experience for everyone — players, coaches and fans.

Kicking off on Aug. 29 at the NWAC Friendlies against Skagit Valley...

Wishkah’s Briggs wins first career Outlaw Tuner feature

Aug 27, 2015 8:00am

Festivities at Grays Harbor Raceway on Saturday featured the 360 Sprint Cars, Shipwreck Beads Modifieds, Pacific Hardtop Racing Association (PHRA) Dwarf Cars and Outlaw Tuners.

Ryan Martinez...

Summer programs keep student athletes in shape

Aug 27, 2015 8:00am

For the second year in a row, the Monte Fitness Center in Montesano hosted youth “summer camps” to help kids in first- through ninth-grade stay active throughout the summer months and to help them...

Promoting spud consumption in China a win for Washington families

Aug 27, 2015 8:00am

In China, the government has launched an “eat more potatoes” campaign – and Washington state could benefit as a result.

China’s potato push is in part an environmental effort to provide more...

Helene Neville is scheduled to speak at Aberdeen High School on Wednesday, Sep. 2, and will conclude her 9,587-mile transcontinental run in Ocean Shores on Saturday, Sep. 5.

Transcontinental runner’s journey to end in Grays Harbor County

Aug 27, 2015 8:00am

Helene Neville has encountered a lot of obstacles since 2010, when she embarked on a quest to run around the perimeter of the continental United States.

However, no challenge has deterred...

Public records: Marriage licenses, August 27

Aug 27, 2015 8:00am

Benn A. Larson, 50, and Cynthia L. Turner, 54, both of Forks.

Timothy L. Carter, 37, and Trina M. Reed, 27, both of Hoquiam.

Tyler B. Killen, 31, and Britain J. Berry, 28, both of...

Guest Opinion: Ensure salmon funding to ensure communities

Aug 27, 2015 8:00am

This has been a brutal summer for salmon and the clear, cold rivers they need to thrive. But for Washingtonians who worry about the long term fate of salmon, this year’s marathon legislative...

Election certification brings no East County lead changes

Aug 27, 2015 8:00am

With the primary election results formally certified as of Aug. 18, the races in East County saw no significant changes.

All leading candidates have retained their front-runner status, and...