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City funds design grant for Pt. Brown sidewalks, bike lanes

Updated: Jun 04, 2014 11:54am

Ocean Shores is moving forward on design work that is intended to create sidewalks, bike lanes and new parking along Point Brown Avenue from the gates of the city to the roundabout.

By a 5-1...

County moving forward on Illahee/Oyehut sewer project

Jun 02, 2014 4:02pm

MONTESANO — It’s looking more likely that residents in the Illahee and Oyehut areas will be mandated by the state to connect to a proposed sewer system in that area.

The county will receive...

Arnold Samuels photo Back Row: Capt. Brian Ritter, Lt. Joe Hoffman, Firefighter/Medic Evan Stanley, Zach Miller, Lt. Curt Begley, Asst. Chief of Volunteer Operations Mike McGregor, and Ocean Shores Firefighters Association President Jim Davis. Center Row:  Capt. Matt Krick, Police Chief Mike Styner, Fatimah Wells, and Retired Fire Captain Lynn Powell. Front Row:  Interim Assistant Fire Chief Mike Thuirer and Firefighter/Medic Matt Schmitz

Fire Dept. honors Chief Styner for dual role

Updated: Jun 02, 2014 4:05pm

Members of the Ocean Shores Fire Department paid tribute to Police Chief Mike Styner at the May 27 City Council meeting for his role effectively serving as fire chief, too, from 2009 until...

Japanese boat washes up in Moclips

Updated: Jun 04, 2014 11:55am

MOCLIPS — A 32-foot Japanese boat washed ashore last week in Moclips, marking the sixth such boat to have ended up on the Washington coast in the past several weeks.

Kelly Calhoun, curator...

Do not disturb seal pubs, as they need time ashore. The best thing to do if you find one on the beach is to leave the animal alone and leash your dogs if they are nearby. Stay at least 100 yards away. If a seal pup is injured, call the West Coast Marine Mammal Stranding Networks at 1-866-767-6114.

North Coast 911: Seal pup disturbances; Moclips assault

Updated: Jun 02, 2014 3:07pm

Seal pup reports dominated the North Beach police and agency response logs the past several weeks, with one woman going so far on May 18 as to take a newborn back to a hotel parking lot in her...

Final clam digs set to complete bountiful season

May 28, 2014 8:00pm

The final morning clam digs of a very successful season begin this Thursday on the North Beach.

The state Department of Fish & Wildlife approved the final digs of the season after marine...

Angelo Bruscas/North Coast News Construction has begun on the Oyhut Bay project after the developers obtained a demolition permit from the city to take down the previous stone wall around what used to be known as The Villages.

Permits up as construction season in full swing

May 25, 2014 4:09pm

Building permit and permits in general are up significantly for Ocean Shores through April, with 39 new permits issued last month.

City Planner Alicia Bridges presented the statistics to the...

Miles Longenbaugh

Longenbaugh lone North Beach hospital commission candidate

May 22, 2014 5:13pm

Ocean Shores financial advisor Miles Longenbaugh is the lone candidate from the North Beach district to file for the pending new public hospital commission to take over operations at Grays Harbor...

NCN911: Ocean Shores police call log

May 22, 2014 5:11pm

A 16-year old male from Olympia was arrested May 13 after leading Ocean Shores Police Officers on a high-speed chase throughout downtown and the beach.

A news release from Sgt. Don Grossi...

Iron Springs fire district switch tabled again

May 20, 2014 9:43am

For the second consecutive week, the Grays Harbor County Commissioners tabled a decision on whether to move the North Beach Community of Iron Springs from Fire District No. 7 into Fire District No...