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CAPE DISAPPOINTMENT — A daytime windstorm on Washington's south coast Friday generated gusts up to 67 mph and sustained speeds of 56 mph at the meteorological station at Cape Disappointment.

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PACIFIC COUNTY — The National Weather Service in Portland has issued a high-wind warning that will be in effect from 4 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, Dec. 14.

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A series of storms will cross the northeast Pacific through early next week, the National Weather Service in Portland advises. These storms will send significant westerly swells toward the Pac…

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NORTH HEAD — Custom-made, numbered sandstone blocks are being stockpiled at North Head Lighthouse in Cape Disappointment State Park.

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OCEAN PARK — “We’ve been working really hard and the kids have been awesome and amazing at learning,” said Ocean Park School music teacher Brian Vessey, as he opened the school’s first through…

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NASELLE — The Naselle-Grays River Valley School District invites the community to its first STEM EXPO on Wednesday, Dec. 12, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

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SURFSIDE — North Beach Water District is under scrutiny from state authorities and the federal Environmental Protection Agency for improperly handling and storing asbestos cement pipes while w…

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OLYMPIA — The Washington Salmon Recovery Funding Board on Dec. 10 announced nearly $900,000 in grants for projects to restore Pacific County salmon habitat in an effort to bring the iconic fis…

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WASHINGTON STATE — The vast majority of Washington’s employers pay their workers what they’re owed. However, the state Department of Labor and Industries (L&I) is there to help when people…

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LONG BEACH — The Klean drug and alcohol treatment center closed abruptly on Dec. 4, displacing eight patients and leaving about 25 locals without jobs or even paychecks, and Klean facilities i…

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Acronyms. We use them a lot, both in written form and job-speak. And though they are easier for shorthand use, or quick identification, they really don’t mean much in and of themselves.

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PENINSULA — Ocean Beach School District hosted community forums and focus groups early this week to determine what characteristics the community wants to see in the district’s next superintendent.

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SOUTH BEND — When Sheriff-elect Robin Souvenir takes over in January, he’ll keep most members of the current command staff. However, he is making a couple of changes, including one that is alr…

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SOUTH BEND — Four local attorneys are vying to replace retiring Superior Court Judge Doug Goelz. Gov. Jay Inslee hopes to pick a finalist before the end of the year.

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SEAVIEW — Its driver was injured and a 2009 Peterbilt tractor-trailer rig was totaled at about 6:10 a.m. Monday, according to the Washington State Patrol.

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A young male bobcat was released back into the wild Nov. 18 after being found in a family’s fenced-in backyard near Astoria.

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NASELLE — Six students at the Naselle School were presented with awards as winners of two writing and speaking competitions sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars and conducted through Post…

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Internal Revenue Service and Security Summit partners this week warned the public of a surge of fraudulent emails impersonating the IRS and using tax transcripts as bait…