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Judge tells Aberdeen to revise its homeless camp policies
Three people who sued the City of Aberdeen in federal court were granted access to its riverfront homeless encampment Wednesday by a district judge who raised constitutional concerns with the city’s restrictions to the site.
Glasier set to take on new position within Aberdeen School District
Changes are coming to Aberdeen School District leadership. According to the district David Glasier, currently an assistant principal at Aberdeen High School, will become the human resources director for the district in 2019 following the June retirement of Assistant Superintendent Jim Sawin.
Grays Harbor County New Year’s Eve Events 2018
It’s time to ring in the new year! Whether you like to party at a ball, inside your favorite casino or a family friendly event where everyone can celebrate together, we have something for everyone on this list. Check out all the New Year’s Eve events in Grays Harbor County, chose your favorite and m
High Wind Warning Issued for Coastal Grays Harbor County Today, December 14
Submitted by Emergency Management Grays Harbor County. The National Weather Service has upgraded Friday’s High Wind Watch to a High Wind Warning for the coastal areas of Grays Harbor. The Warning is in effect from 4:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Friday, December 14 Winds of 30-40 mph with gusts to 60 mph
Port of Chehalis Eyes Grain Storage and Transload Facility Project
The Port of Chehalis doesn’t currently have a hand in the agriculture industry, but executive director Randy Mueller wants to offer farmers support moving forward. At the Port of Chehalis Commission meeting Thursday, Mueller discussed a grain storage facility, as well as a “transload” facility for f
Hoquiam Municipal Court looks to Hoquiam students for volunteers
The Hoquiam Municipal Court is looking for volunteers. Hoquiam Municipal Court Judge Andrea Vingo tells KXRO that she and her court are now accepting applications from high school students who would like to get community service hours and learn about how our court system works.
Traitors Inlet at Johns River is an islet once more
A change approved this week will correct the name of a Grays Harbor location. At their recent meeting, the Committee on Geographic Names approved a number of changes to place names across the state in addition to the local correction.
Food Bowl ends with donations going to Montesano Food Bank
Montesano raised more actual food in Food Bowl than either Aberdeen or Hoquiam did in FoodBall. According to the Montesano School District, students finished Food Bowl this week with 12,500 lbs in food and just under $31,000 in cash donations.
CRU training in Cosmopolis: No need for alarm
Residents are being warned that police training is coming to Cosmopolis on Friday. The Aberdeen Police Department tells KXRO that on Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. there will be a number of roadways and community access areas within the City of Cosmopolis restricted for vital Police Combat F
Roberts Family Releases Book,’Westport Winery: A Coast Traveler’s Dream’ This Week
The Roberts family, founders of Westport Winery, is honored to release the book Westport Winery: A Coast Traveler’s Dream this week. The concept had been planned for about five years. It was this March at their 10th anniversary celebration that it came to fruition when decade wine club members and f
Lawsuit against Ocosta School District following sex abuse case
The family of a sex abuse victim announced the filing of a civil lawsuit against the Ocosta School District. According to a release, the suit alleges that the school district negligently failed to provide a safe learning environment on school property, which resulted in the molestation of a student.
Quigg sworn in as Port Commissioner
Tom Quigg was sworn in on Tuesday to his seat on the Port of Grays Harbor District Commission. Quigg was selected by Commissioners Pinnick and Papac in November to replace Commissioner Jack Thompson following his passing in October.
All of a sudden, Washington state is a hotbed for high-school football talent. Here’s why.
For years, the state of Washington has been known to produce great basketball talent. Not so much — until recently. With five of the nation’s top 50 players in 247sports’ top prospects for the 2021 recruiting class from Washington, including the nation’s No. 1 prospect in Eastside Catholic defensive
Wind Advisory Issued for Parts of Grays Harbor County
Submitted by Emergency Management Grays Harbor County. The National Weather Service Seattle has issued a Wind Advisory from 12:00 a.m. tonight, December 10 to 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, December 11 for Grays Harbor County. A Wind Advisory means that winds of 35 mph are expected. Winds this strong can make
Thursday's Girls Basketball: Rochester Rolls Past Hoquiam
HOQUIAM — Rochester’s defense tallied 19 steals to help the Warriors earn a 61-39 win over Hoquiam in a non-league girls basketball game here on Thursday. Paige Winter recorded a double-double with 21 points and 10 rebounds. Megan Elkins scored 17 points, sinking five 3-pointers and Lexi Sederberg-J
Grays Harbor County Wind Advisory and Flood Watch Issued
Submitted by Emergency Management Grays Harbor County. The National Weather Service Seattle has issued a Wind Advisory and a Flood Watch for Grays Harbor County. The Wind Advisory is in effect from 6:00 p.m. today, December 12 to tomorrow, December 13, in the afternoon. Winds are projected as 25-35
Women’s lacrosse comes to Grays Harbor
The first first women’s lacrosse program is coming to Grays Harbor. Grays Harbor Lacrosse Club coach Ray Cristobal tells KXRO that they received word this week from the Washington Schoolgirls Lacrosse Association, approving their petition for a girls JV team for 2019.
Tom Quigg Sworn in as Port of Grays Harbor District 2 Commissioner
Tom Quigg was sworn in to fill the Port of Grays Harbor District 2 Commission seat at Tuesday’s Commission meeting. Quigg was selected by Commissioners Pinnick and Papac last month to fill the position vacated by the untimely passing of Commissioner Jack Thompson in October.
UCC defeats Grays Harbor 28-24 in dual
ABERDEEN, Wash. — Umpqua Community College won Friday's men's wrestling dual 28-24 over Grays Harbor College. Johnny Maldonado (133), Grant Laiblin (141), Grant Russell (149) and Brayden Schultz (197) won by pins and Nathan Kiddoo (125) won by forfeit.
That ’70s Show Car! 1975 Camaro Time-Capsule!
After 40 years in one family, this incredibly well-preserved show-car in Aberdeen, Washington can be yours with the high bid here on eBay. It will take $8500 to kick off the auction, and most ’70s cars in that price range need significant labor and cash to become shiny, or powerful, or awesome, but