Gov. Jay Inslee began a Thursday visit to Grays Harbor County at the Coastal Community Action Program in Aberdeen. The organization helps low-income residents with housing, health, employment, nutrition, and emergency services. The program benefitted from a Commerce Solar Deployment Grant to build a solar installation that now powers their buildings.
Inslee then broke ground at the Fry Creek Pump Station in Aberdeen, which will reduce flood risk for local homes and businesses. The pump station is just one part of a larger Aberdeen-Hoquiam Flood Protection Project that will protect more than 5,100 properties and 1,354 businesses. The project was funded by $8.75 million from the 2021-2023 state capital budget.
This is the weekend for the Napavine Funtime Festival. This coming weekend, starting on Friday evening with the coronation is just the beginning of a fun filled day.
Princess Napawinah coronation will be at 7:00 p.m. in Napavine. The following day all the activities take place.
Toledo Cheese Days was a huge success! Bigfoot made it to the parade just in time, he was just a little tired from the trip.
The Pacific County Friends of the Fair Foundation 501c3 (FOF) are excited to announce that they have installed the new arena panels over the weekend at the fairgrounds in Menlo. This is one step closer to the building of a covered arena.
"This is the beginning of a dream some of us have dreamed since we were little kids riding our horses in this same arena," said FOF President Val Rowe.
A 25-year-old Grayland man has been charged with murder in the first degree. Not long after being booked in Pacific County Jail for unlawful possession of a firearm and a drive-by shooting early Thursday morning, Jesse J. Bridges was charged with murder in the first degree Thursday night.
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