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Grays Harbor Herald News

Commercial crab fishing delayed again on Washington's south coast

OLYMPIA - The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is again delaying the commercial Dungeness crab fishery on a small section of Washington's southern coast.

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Drum Major Going to London
McKenzie Brooks stands with her baton and medals after receiving the news that she was selected to be the All-American Drum Major.
Drum Major Going to London

McKenzie Brooks of Aberdeen High School is going off to London for New Year's Day with an All-American Marching Band consisting of drum majors from all over the U.S. The band will march through London and Brooks will have the honor of representing Grays Harbor, Washington and the United States of America while she's there.

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Fourteen Arrested After Motel Raided in Aberdeen

Fourteen people were arrested at the Travelure Motel in Aberdeen. The Drug Task Force, Aberdeen Police Department, Hoquiam Police Department, Grays Harbor County Sherriff's Department, Cosmopolis Police Department, Department of Corrections, and the CRU team executed 3 search warrants at the Travelure Motel in Aberdeen.

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Hoquiam Floods During King Tide
Photo Courtesy of the City of Hoquiam
Hoquiam Floods During King Tide

"Hoquiam has experienced flooding along the Hoquiam River that hasn't been seen in many, many years," said Hoquiam Chief of Police Jeff Myers.

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Need to Know 12.16.15

Citizens in need of sandbags should come to the public works shop located behind the Hoquiam City Hall.

A few openings are still available in Grays Harbor College's new program, Commercial Food Prep, which begins in January at the start of Winter Quarter. Instructors will be Candi Bachtell, and her son, Josh Bachtell. The winter quarter courses will meet during evening hours Mondays through Fridays in the Culinary Arts area of Aberdeen High School.

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Portable Generator Safety Tips

Storms can knock out power and many families rely on a portable generator for backup power during black outs. Proper use helps avoid tragedies resulting from carbon monoxide or fires.

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Town Crier News

Bad weather causes flooding
Photo by Kennedi Collins - Excessive rainfall caused massive flooding in the City of Vader. Standing water covered fields and lower areas. Uprooted trees swept down the Olequa Creek.
Bad weather causes flooding
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Tigers pounce on Indians
Photo by Kennedi Collins - Anna Tauscher takes the ball down court while looking for an open team mate.
Tigers pounce on Indians

On the night of December 9th the Napavine Tigers girls' basketball team traveled to the home of the Toledo Indians. At 7pm the two teams faced each other at the tip off for the start of the game.

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Toledo rainwater down the drain

As the year draws to a close the Toledo City Council started their first meeting of December. With a full attendance of all members the council jumped into their business for the night.

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Vader City Council discussion heats up over Rental Property Regulations

For the last Council Meeting of the year the Vader City Council met in the town hall at 6:02 pm on December 10th.

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Willapa Harbor Herald News

2016 SB Budget Passes

The South Bend City Council met the evening of Monday, December 14. The council got started by first amending the agenda by omitting an item, "before we approve the agenda I would like to have a motion for the agenda amendment," said Mayor Struck.

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Everybody's Change Ownership

The Everybody's Supermarkets in both Elma and Raymond has changed ownership over to Pam Garcia and Matt Marcott as of Wednesday December 2. Marcott and Garcia are siblings, and have been working together since 1987.

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New Representative J.D. Rossetti Talks with the Herald
Representative JD Rossetti
New Representative J.D. Rossetti Talks with the Herald

The end of summer and beginning of fall 2015 has seen some changes in the state leadership in the 19th Legislative District. This started when Senator Brian Hatfield stepped down after serving more than 20 years.

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North Pacific County Shop with a Cop
Photo by Patrick L. Myers - Officer Verboomen and K9 Deko pose with their sponsored child, who won the raffle for the bicycle.
North Pacific County Shop with a Cop

The North Pacific County Shop With a Cop was held on Saturday, December 12.

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The Painted Lady sings the blues
Photo by Susan Cole - The Theodore & Nelle Pearson House at 1510 W. Water Street, South Bend joins the ranks of historical houses on the Washington Heritage Register.
The Painted Lady sings the blues

As of October 16, 2015 the Theodore & Nellie Pearson House located at 1510 W. Water Street in South Bend was added to the Washington Heritage Register.

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Water Water Everywhere
Photo by Patrick L. Myers - Thursday, December 10 the Pacific Northwest was pounded with wind and rain, that happened to coincide with the King Tides in Pacific County. The resulting flood came up over the lower road ways, such as the North-South route on
Water Water Everywhere
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WDFW tentatively plans razor clam dig starting Dec. 24 at Copalis Beach

Clam diggers will have an opportunity to dig for razor clams on Copalis Beach over the Christmas holiday if the next marine toxin test confirms the clams are safe to eat, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) announced Friday.

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