NORTH HEAD — Custom-made, numbered sandstone blocks are being stockpiled at North Head Lighthouse in Cape Disappointment State Park.
PACIFIC COUNTY — It’s time to act, if you haven’t already, to line up health insurance under Washington state’s exchange. Changes are in the works for individual plans, for Medicare patients a…
The price of workers comp insurance will drop for many Washington workers in 2019. In a Dec. 3 press release, the state Department of Labor and Industries announced an average five percent dec…
ILWACO — Come 2019, Ilwaco residents can expect minor increases among property taxes and some utility rates.
PACIFIC COUNTY — Oscar* is one of 93 county residents directly impacted by deportations. He is currently preparing to leave the U.S. by Jan. 1, leaving behind a teenage daughter.
- Klean 'kollapse'? Workers left in limbo by rehab closure
- Commercial crab season likely delayed until Jan. 1
- Hiring in-law blows back on new sheriff
- ICE still actively arresting/deporting Pacific County's undocumented residents
- Long Beach decides on big and small changes for 2019, including ending pro fireworks show
- Klean: What do you do when the boss doesn’t pay?
- Accident Reports: Dec. 5, 2018
- Feds zero in on Surfside asbestos mess
- Commercial crab season delayed at least until end of year
- DIPG: A dire diagnosis
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LONG BEACH — The search for Ocean Beach School District’s next superintendent may be over as early as January.
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…
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…
RAYMOND — “Ask yourself once a day, why am I doing what I’m doing? This question reminds us to be rooted in our attention.”
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…
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…
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…
ILWACO — The start of the 2018-19 commercial Dungeness crab season will be delayed “through at least” Dec. 30, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife announced Dec. 7.
ILWACO — The opening of commercial Dungeness crab season will likely be delayed until Jan. 1, according to the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.
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ILWACO — “The Polar Express” pulls into the station at the Hilltop Auditorium this weekend, and is bringing with it a whole lot more than hot chocolate!
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.
LONG BEACH — In between sips of orange juice, eight-year-old Christopher Gorsham told Pacific County Sheriff officer Ben Woodby about Minecraft, his favorite game.
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…
Long Beach residents can expects some change, both small and large, in 2019.
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.
ILWACO — The show will go on.
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.
SEATTLE — A Coast Guard aircrew rescued a 40-year-old male who had become caught in strong currents while surfing near Willapa Bay on Saturday afternoon.
TUMWATER — The Ocean Park library will not be closed.
SEAVIEW — There is a tiny walker in Casey and Jeff Harrell’s living room. It’s an unwanted but constant presence in their lives, which makes it a pretty good metaphor for their daughter’s illness.
The University of Washington’s College of the Environment has teamed up with Seattle visual analytics company Tableau Software to create a new, interactive visualization for historical observa…
A young male bobcat was released back into the wild Nov. 18 after being found in a family’s fenced-in backyard near Astoria.
Ten more invasive plants may be banished from Washington as threats to agriculture, forests and wetlands by the state Department of Agriculture
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…
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…
PENINSULA — The Ocean Beach School District is one step closer to knowing who its superintendent will be for the 2019-2020 school year.
ILWACO — Should the City of Ilwaco continue hosting its annual Independence Day fireworks display?
National assessment on climate change projects rising temperatures and rising pressure on agriculture to adapt
NASELLE — The Naselle-Grays River Valley School District Board of Directors held its monthly meeting on Nov. 20 at the middle school, with budgetary concerns consuming a significant portion of…
ABERDEEN — On Friday, Nov. 16, Naselle-Grays River Valley High School fielded a record eight teams consisting of 36 students for the first of three Knowledge Bowl competitions. In all, 48 team…
On Nov. 19 at 1:20 p.m. on 1st Avenue North in Ilwaco, a storage shed had been entered, with nothing known missing.
Bookings into Pacific County Jail
PORTLAND — The Oregon Air National Guard’s 142nd Fighter Wing is conducting routine F-15 Eagle night training missions through Nov. 29.
ILWACO — The speed limit on Highway 101 alongside Black Lake has changed from 45 mph to 35 mph.
ILWACO — Ilwaco City Council moved forward on numerous projects and discussed several others at its Nov. 26 regular meeting.
ILWACO — The Ilwaco High School concert and jazz bands were in top form for their first concert of the year last Tuesday, as they each performed a half hour set at the Hilltop Auditorium.
ILWACO — As the group of Hilltop Middle School students raced down a muddy trail at Black Lake on their mountain bikes recently, it’s not hard imagine they may have been thinking to themselves…
LONG BEACH — Sixteen households — including seven children — were directly impacted by the Nov. 20 fire at City Center Apartments in Long Beach, according to the American Red Cross.
South Pacific District Court as well as Ilwaco and Municipal Court hearings are held at 7013 Sandridge Road. If you have questions, call 642-9417. The following cases were scheduled for action…
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LONG BEACH — The National Weather Service in Portland has issued a high wind warning in effect through 4 a.m. Tuesday morning.
LONG BEACH — Sixteen people — including seven children — were directly impacted by Tuesday’s fire at City Center Apartments in Long Beach, according to the American Red Cross.