LONG BEACH — Grab your boots and get your shovel, razor clamming will return for a one-day evening dig on the Long Beach Peninsula this weekend. The evening dig was approved for Sunday, Feb. 17, in Long Beach by Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) after marine toxin tests showe…
OLYMPIA — The Washington Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) announced in a Jan. 15 press release that due to the partial federal government shutdown, most clients will receive the…
ILWACO — The Ilwaco Channel will benefit from more than $1 million in federal funding for dredging and pile dike improvements over the coming year.
A federal judge has dismissed a third lawsuit challenging the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s experiment with killing barred owls to protect threatened spotted owls.
Odds are high that the Pacific Northwest will be warmer than average the next three months, and current drought conditions are expected to persist, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administrat…
- Martin Jones gets a chance for new trial
- Coho 2019 forecast: Outstanding
- WDFW schedules two more clamming days for Long Beach/Ocean Park: April 20 and 21
- Former go-cart owner's wild ride is over: Merrill sentenced to six years for drug, gun deals
- Herrera takes stand against emergency declaration
- Crowd savors clams and blue skies
- UW study: Exposure to chemical in Roundup increases risk for cancer
- Measles outbreak gets second wind; More Clark County cases likely in coming weeks
- Long Beach/Ocean Park clam dig OK'd for this Sunday
- OBE, LBE Principal Cathy Meinhardt to retire
Warm and dry has been the story for much of the Pacific Northwest in recent weeks, contributing to a region-wide snowpack deficit that may continue for months to come, according to speakers pa…
PACIFIC COUNTY — The most serious windstorm so far this season struck Pacific County and the rest of Washington’s outer coast on Dec. 20.
TOKELAND — The Shoalwater Bay Tribe paid the Washington State Patrol more than $15,000 to investigate then-Lt. Matt Padgett for alleged bullying and sexual harassment. Padgett, 34, is incoming…
PACIFIC COUNTY — How should the state allocate resources and funds in 2019?
ILWACO — Washington state’s commercial fishing vessels landed nearly 21 percent more pounds in 2017 than in 2016 but sold their catch for about 2 percent less, according to the definitive annu…
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…
RAYMOND — “Ask yourself once a day, why am I doing what I’m doing? This question reminds us to be rooted in our attention.”
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…
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.
Ten more invasive plants may be banished from Washington as threats to agriculture, forests and wetlands by the state Department of Agriculture
Nicole Apelian holds the tally stick she marked for each day in the Canadian wilderness during the TV survival show “Alone 2.” She says she has found ways to lead a “joyful life,” combining mi…