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Why does Grays Harbor need a massive armored military vehicle?

Sep 18, 2014 10:24am

Don’t call it a tank.

That’s what Aberdeen Police Captain John Green says, as he stands next to the nearly 10-foot-tall armored vehicle, painted black and dotted with police logos. Earlier...

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Bindi Vinson tries spraying a fire hose at the National Night Out in Montesano on Tuesday.

Celebrating National Night Out in Monte

Aug 06, 2014 10:35am

Residents in Montesano got a chance to meet police and fire staff in a fun setting without having to call 911 on Tuesday with the National Night Out in Fleet Park.

More than 100 people...

Judge Godfrey retires after 22 years

Updated: Aug 06, 2014 3:47pm

MONTESANO — Grays Harbor Superior Court Judge Gordon Godfrey gave notice to Gov. Jay Inslee this week that he intends to retire, effective Oct. 1.

“I know when it’s time for me to get out of...

(Aaron Lavinsky | The Daily World)  Tom Epperson, of Aberdeen, pulls out from the Flippin 50's Diner in his 1951 Chevrolet Bel Air HT toward the end of the Heat in the Street Car Show on Saturday, August 2, 2014 in Elma.

Heat on the Street car show winners announced

Aug 06, 2014 10:37am

Muscle Car Award sponsored by Anytime Fitness of Elma: Les and Joyce Rodgers, Shelton, 1966 Chevelle.

Magnificent Masterpiece Award sponsored by Timberland Bank: Butch Kingery, Olympia, 1957...

Elma approves agreement to spread sludge on nearby farm

Updated: Aug 06, 2014 10:52am

The city of Elma has partnered with a local farm to spread biosolids that have been building up at the city of Elma’s wastewater treatment plant.

Fire Mountain Farms, based in Onalaska, will...

Steven Friederich | The Vidette Signs for and against the McCleary Police levies are on display at the entrance of the city of McCleary.

McCleary voters shut down police levies

Updated: Aug 06, 2014 10:27am

MONTESANO — Voters in McCleary shut down efforts to increase property taxes to benefit local police services Tuesday night. Now, city officials will need to decide where to cut services and...

Raines moves forward, but who will she face?

Updated: Aug 06, 2014 10:26am

Early primary election results show Cosmopolis Mayor Vickie Raines will move forward in her campaign to be the next county commissioner. But who she’ll face in the General Election is too close to...

Aaron Lavinsky | The Daily World Grays Harbor Community Hospital Director of Public Relations David Quigg is all smiles as he celebrates the passage of a measure creating Grays Harbor Public Hospital District 2, which will govern Grays Harbor Community Hospital.

Hospital measure passes by a wide margin

Aug 05, 2014 11:05pm

By a wide margin, Grays Harbor voters have elected to take over public control of financially struggling Grays Harbor Community Hospital, triggering increased financial help from the state and...

Strong showings for incumbent lawmakers; opponents clear

Aug 05, 2014 11:05pm

Incumbents for the Legislature and Congress all had strong showings on Tuesday night, while their opponents in the November General Election became clear after the first tally of primary election...

Humptulips parking lot will block motor vehicle access to gravel bars

Aug 05, 2014 11:06pm

A $12,000 grant to install a parking lot on the West Fork of the Humptulips River will also end up restricting motorized access to the gravel bars in the river.

The grant application by the...

Flood project hopes to save Mary’s River jobs

Aug 04, 2014 1:51pm

Almost two years ago, a devastating fire at Mary’s River Lumber in Montesano left its saw mill in ashes and a charred frame. Although repairs were made to other aspects of the mill, the saw mill...