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Peninsula students join nationwide protest against school shootings

- Waves of emotions as local young people demand change

Peninsula students join nationwide protest against school shootings

- Waves of emotions as local young people demand change

Cash salvo boosts county industries

- Boat-dismantling facility planned for Ilwaco

On the run but not from Facebook: Naselle ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ in jail

- Fresh details emerge about couple who shot up Nemah-area home

Priority #1: Keep kids safe

- Ocean Beach School District is scrapping plans to install an artificial turf field so it can spend more on security measures.

Cost to raise old tuna boat: $188,000

- The Port of Ilwaco hopes to use a state derelict boat fund to pay for the cost of removing the sunken Lihue ii.

Naselle couple arrested for home-invasion robbery

- Granddaughter was one of alleged assailants

Hearthfire & Brimstone: A flatbread of our own

- Mastering flatbreads key to nutritional contentment

Man convicted of coercing adult daughter into sex

- An inmate's disclosure revealed a legacy of sexual abuse and led to new charges for her father.

Assailants still on loose after Nemah shooting

- Authirties are searching for a couple who allegedly "shot up" a Nemah home before robbing the occupants at gunpoint.

Hero charges: State prosecuting owner of sunken vessel

- The state is pursuing misdemeanor charges against the owner of the Hero.

One-Stop Shop serves kid crime victims

- One year in, Raymond's Child Advocacy Center is seeing a troubling demand for their services, but improved relations with other agencies mean kids are getting better service.

Springtime scammers are in full bloom

- Spring is coming, and that means con-artists are coming for your money.

Coast Guard special agent arrested on suspicion of rape


HAZELL DELL — A high-ranking civilian Coast Guard employee was arrested on suspicion of second-degree rape in Clark County on Feb. 18.

Until this week, Jonathan Sall, 56, of Poulsbo, was the special agent in...

Deadly siege: Lethal flu couldn’t be stopped

- The influenza epidemic of 1918 took the lives of at least 17 local children, and created considerable hardship for nearly everyone else.

Deadly siege: 1918 flu slammed Pacific County

- When Spanish influenza arrived in Pacific County in 1918, it killed dozens of healthy people, and brought life to a stand-still.

Hearthfire & Brimstone: A bag of bones — How to eat in a ‘flupocalypse’


In early February, one out of every 13 doctor visits in the U.S. was for flu symptoms. A dear friend was among the casualties. As she convalesced in California, I threatened her with sickbed dishes from the 110-year-old ...

Two die in rare winter drownings

- Two women died under strinkingly similar circumstances while clamming on Feb. 2.

Flu nears pandemic status, but not bad here so far

- Pacific County has been lucky so far during an especially severe flu season, but the lucky streak may be coming to an end.

Life goes on for coasties charged with rape

- Two alleged rapists have been charged in civilian court, but the military investigation is still underway.

$80M jetty rehabilitation starting

- Public access will be impacted through 2019

Budget fix yields new school in South Bend

- With the long-awaited passage of the capital budget, South Bend is one big step closer to getting a new elementary school.

Evidence fight in Hilltop sex case

- A Vancouver attorney hopes to use confidential records to discredit a child

Hearthfire & Brimstone: Some like it hot

- Bringing the smooth taste of caramel to your mug