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Jeff Myers | For The Vidette Dylan Ellefson waves from the top of a car as part of the Loggers Playday Parade on Sept. 6 through downtown Hoquiam. Ellefson, who splits his time between Montesano and Hoquiam, wore a police badge and uniform as part of the “Chief for a Day” program — which lasted for several weeks at the Hoquiam Police Department, instead of just a single day. Ellefson, 13, is battling acute lymphoblastic leukemia for the second time since he was 3 years old. Community members across the Harbor raised thousands of dollars for Ellefson.

Chief for a Day celebrated one more time in Hoquiam

Sep 15, 2014 8:48pm

Jeff Myers | For The Vidette

Dylan Ellefson waves from the top of a car as part of the Loggers Playday Parade on Sept. 6 through downtown Hoquiam. Ellefson, who splits his time between...

Steven Friederich | The Vidette Krist Novoselic performs in this file photo from 2008.

Novoselic to be celebrated at Aberdeen mural dedication

Updated: Sep 12, 2014 12:21pm

Five months after being inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Nirvana founder Krist Novoselic will get a homecoming on Saturday, Sept. 20 as he helps celebrate the completion of a new...

State Auditor says city to blame for missing paint

Sep 12, 2014 12:14pm

An official with the Washington State Auditor’s fraud division says that the city of Montesano’s lack of oversight led to dozens of gallons of paint to go missing in recent years — but a lack of...

Steven Friederich | The Vidette Grays Harbor County Commissioner Frank Gordon had some fun with recent criticism that he was running the county like a “king,” by wearing a crown to the county commissioner’s meeting on Monday. Gordon stands next to fellow County Commissioner Herb Welch and Deputy Prosecutor Jim Baker.

Tough budget choices ahead for county

Updated: Sep 17, 2014 10:30am

The Grays Harbor County commissioners will be faced with some difficult budget decisions in the next few months as they deal with lower revenue projections for 2015 and ever increasing...

(Dannie Oliveaux | Port Orchard Independent) Elma junior Tristan Robinette tackles a Klahowya ball carrier during Friday's contest. Elma erased a 14-point deficit to win 25-24.

Elma ‘keeps plugging’ for win over Klahowya

Sep 12, 2014 12:06pm

It wasn’t exactly the start coach Jim Hill had envisioned for his Elma High School football team on Friday.

After fumbling the first two kickoffs of the game, the Eagles found themselves...

Week two brings long bus rides and tough opponents for East County teams

Sep 12, 2014 12:07pm

Last week marked the beginning of the 2014 high school football season for Montesano and Elma with the Bulldogs opening up the new Rottle Field grandstand with a 33-7 loss to Black Hills and Elma...

Drawing of how McCleary School could be accessed under a proposed revision of Main and 3rd Streets.

McCleary considering improvements to downtown core

Sep 12, 2014 12:10pm

The city of McCleary is considering proposals to improve 3rd Street through the downtown corridor in an effort to be more user friendly — and to make needed improvements on visibility on the main...

David Haerle | The Vidette Flippin 50’s owner Michelle Bossard folds napkins at the end of the counter, preparing for a recent lunch service. The counter is constructed of laminated concrete and was poured and built by her and her husband and co-owner Doug.

Flippin 50s Diner offers down-home spin in Elma

Sep 12, 2014 12:14pm

A fledgling eatery in Elma is offering patrons a taste of nostalgia and some home cooking as well.

The Flippin 50s Diner opened in May and has seen a summer of success — and lessons — for...

Sports Column: How do we keep our Mariners mojo?

Sep 12, 2014 12:06pm

I remember the first time I went to watch the Seattle Mariners about the same as I imagine most 5-year-olds would. It seemed like we were a couple miles from home plate and I spent most of the...

Saginaw Logger’s Day in North River on Sept. 20

Sep 12, 2014 12:09pm

The 15th annual Saginaw Logger’s Day Show & Festival will be Saturday, Sept.20, 2014, in Brooklyn and will start at 10 a.m. This annual North River event honors local loggers and logging...