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Greater Grays Harbor, Inc. Wins Commerce Award
Aberdeen, WA - Greater Grays Harbor, Inc., with Economic Development Councils from Lewis, Pacific, Mason and Thurston counties, won an award from the Washington State Department of Commerce for teamwork.
Sun May 19, 2013
World Gone By 5/19
The price this year is 3 1/2 cents a pound for dry bark, two cents a pound for the wet.
Aberdeen police looking for man missing since Feb. 21
Aberdeen police are investigating the disappearance of Ener Perez-Gonzalez, a 43-year old Hispanic man, who has been missing since Feb.
Fri May 17, 2013
Aberdeen Police Looking for Man Missing Since February
The Aberdeen Police Department is currently investigating the disappearance of Ener Perez-Gonzalez, a 43-year old Hispanic man, who Police Captain John Green tells us has been missing since February 21.
Thu May 16, 2013
Hiring Event for Lake Quinault Lodge Today
Lake Quinault Lodge will be Interviewing today for several positions including Housekeepers, Servers, Stewards, Auditors, Support Staff, Maintenance & Grounds Keepers, and Front Desk.
Wed May 15, 2013
Grays Harbor Transit Looks at Cutting Weekend Busses
Aberdeen, WA - Facing a tighter budget, and less federal grants, Grays Harbor Transit is looking at dropping weekend services in order to recover a projected deficit of nearly a million dollars.
Tue May 14, 2013
Aberdeen Woman Injured in Highway 508 Collision
A 24 year old Aberdeen woman was transported to a Centralia hospital yesterday after allegedly crossing the centerline of Highway 508, and causing a collision 4 miles West of Onalaska.
Aberdeen Police Search For Assault Suspect
Police searched the area around the 1300 block of B St. early Saturday morning, after the report of an assault.
Mon May 13, 2013
Olympia, Washington news, weather and sports
Police served a search warrant at the Northwest Passage bar in South Aberdeen last week as part of a 10-month investigation into the owner, who is suspected of illegally using food purchased by welfare recipients using their government food benefits and serving it to bar patrons.
Sun May 12, 2013
World Gone By 5/12
The blade was removed at St. Joseph's Hospital by Dr. F.N. Berken, assisted by Dr.
Fri May 10, 2013
World Gone By 5/10
Disney's first feature-length animated film in Technicolor is considered the year's outstanding production and may revolutionize the film industry.
Aberdeen tavern owner under investigation for food benefit fraud
Tavern owner Richard "Dick" Michael Lantz, is under investigation for "profiting on poverty" through food stamp trafficking and unlawful redemption of an Electronic Benefits Transfer card and possible other criminal violations, following a search of the his business on Wednesday, May 8. Fraud enforcements officers from the state Department of ... (more)
Thu May 09, 2013
Are We Hair Yet - Foils-Cut and Style- Waxing $35
Come in as a guest, leave as a friend at "Are We Hair Yet" Salon in Aberdeen. Millie Jellesed is making this Cool Deal just in time for Mother's Day! Not only can you purchase a Cool Deal for yourself, but you can buy 2 additional vouchers to give as gifts! Millie says; "I hope you can find everything you need.
Wed May 08, 2013
World Gone By 5/8
Thus began for logger Victor Gibbons, in his 60's, a dramatic rescue operation involving an ambulance, a fire department rescue unit and private help.
Tue May 07, 2013
The tree, one of the largest within the city limits, towered more than 60 feet while its roots were raising the walk and choking the sewer.
Aberdeen Fire Department Warns: Secure Your Flammables
The Aberdeen fire department is warning homeowners to secure their property of all flamables.
Second Cycle of State Route 520 Pontoons Head to Puget Sound
The first pontoon from the second cycle in Aberdeen has begun it's 260 mile nautical journey to Puget Sound.
Local Award-winning Chef announces new restaurant
Aberdeen, WA, May 7, 2013: Rediviva, a new restaurant and bar located at 118 E. Wishkah Street in downtown Aberdeen, will be open for business in June 2013.
Sun May 05, 2013
Postal carriers' food drive coming up on May 11
Saturday, May 11, marks the 21st anniversary of the National Association of Letter Carriers food drive and employees at the Montesano, Aberdeen and Hoquiam post offices will join in the campaign this year.
Sat May 04, 2013
World Gone By 5/4
The industrial committee of the Willapa Harbor Businessmen's Association this week is seeking a reaction from buckers and fallers normally employed at Camps 4 and 5 of the Willapa Harbor Lumber Mills on a revised bucking and falling scale proposed by the company when work was resumed in three of the concern's four mills in Pacific County recently.