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OLYMPIA — Lawmakers returned to Olympia this week for the 2020 legislative session, which is scheduled to adjourn March 12. The legislature meets for a scheduled 105 days in odd-numbered years…

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A few months ago, I made mention of TV ads ostensibly about Medicare plans. You’ve probably seen them. Some celebrity talking about how his Medicare plan covers everything from A to Z, and wit…

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CRBJ checks up to see how profiled businesses are doing

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Pacific County, Wahkiakum County and the Naselle-Grays River School District have joined a lawsuit against the state Department of Natural Resources to challenge the agency’s conservation plan…

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On Jan. 8, at 3:21 a.m. in Long Beach, Paige L. Hammonds, 24, from Longview, was stopped and cited for driving with a suspended license third-degree.

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OLYMPIA — Residents and visitors will get a break if lawmakers approve a proposal to do away with Discover Pass fees for using state parks.

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SOUTH BEND — The Cascadia Subduction Zone has put fear into coastal residents that few other things can approach. Those fears and concerns have pushed local, state and federal officials to tak…

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South Pacific District Court as well as Ilwaco and Municipal Court hearings held at 7013 Sandridge Road. If you have questions, call 360-642-9417. The following cases were scheduled for action…

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ABERDEEN — On Friday, January 10, the third and final regular season ESD-113 Knowledge Bowl competition was held at Grays Harbor College in Aberdeen.

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BAY CENTER — A Pacific County Sheriff’s Deputy hit an elk while speeding on U.S. Highway 101 on Dec. 11, 2019.

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ABERDEEN — The Grays Harbor College Foundation announced the opening of their scholarship cycle for students pursuing higher education during the 2020-2021 academic year.

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ILWACO — Ilwaco High School cheerleaders Ayrianna Walters and Jordyn Taft are back home after an international cheerleading trip.

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TACOMA — During a hearing Monday, Jan. 6 over whether the Chinook Indian Nation will be able to reapply for federal recognition, the judge in the case called out the U.S.’s mistreatment of Nat…

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OLYMPIA — The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission will allow the public to attend four committee meetings Thursday at which commissioners will talk about hatcheries, wolves and other issues.

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Heavy rain and associated flooding closed South Bend School District on Jan. 7 and created a variety of other inconveniences in Pacific and Wahkiakum counties.

The F/V Amanda C prepares to unload crab Thursday, January 2 at the Port of Ilwaco. Fishermen overcame rough weather conditions to deliver the first crab of the season last week.

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COLUMBIA, Missouri — Diane Williams, an online student from Long Beach, was recently named to the Columbia College dean’s list for the 2019 fall semester.