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North Coast News: The North Beach graduating Class of 2016 watches a video featuring photos from their childhood through high school during graduation ceremonies Saturday evening at the high school gym

Class of 2016 leaves legacy of competitiveness

Jun 08, 2016 8:22pm

The class of 2016 celebrated the start to new beginnings, while retiring North Beach School Superintendents Stan Pinnick and Dave Wayman celebrated the end of their distinguished careers in local...

Defense Video and Image Distribution System photo of Cascadia Rising exercises.

Cascadia Rising exercise to test worst-case secario

Jun 08, 2016 8:12pm

The ongoing Cascadia Rising earthquake and tsunami exercise that began on Tuesday now focuses on how to help coastal communities likely devastated and cut off by what is projected to be a...

(Department of Ecology) Work continues on the salvage operation at the sunken 74-foot shrimp boat Privateer just north of the Ocean Shores Jetty.

Salvage nearly complete at shipwrecked Privateer

Jun 07, 2016 3:58pm

Salvage operations on the sunken, dismantled shrimp boat Privateer continued Tuesday and are close to wrapping up, nearly two months after the 74-foot vessel sank just north of the Ocean Shores...

NCN911: View Ocean Shores Police reports online

Jun 01, 2016 11:18pm

The Ocean Shores Police Department has partnered with CrimeReports to provide the citizens of Ocean Shores and its visitors a means to access current information regarding police activity in our...

The Razor Clam Bridge is being replaced under a project funded by the state Department of Transportation.

City’s ‘wish list’ projects moving forward

Jun 01, 2016 11:06pm

Ocean Shores is updating its six-year transportation plan with several planned projects already in the design stage, including the replacement Razor Clam Bridge and the extension of the Safe...

North Coast News: The fishing vessel Tamra went aground in the Ocean Shores surf last August.

Fine issued for 2015 ship salvage off Ocean Shores

May 25, 2016 10:25am

The captain of the fishing vessel Tamra that went aground in the Ocean Shores surf last August has been fined $4,500 and ordered to pay response costs by the state Department of Ecology.


Arnold Samuels photo: Town Hall panel members left to right: Prosecutor Katie Svoboda, Chief Criminal Deputy Steve Shumate, Charles Wallace, Maj. Dan Raymond, Jeremy Culican of the Coast Guard and Ocean Shores Asst. Police Chief Neccie Logan.

Town Hall: Be prepared for crime, catastrophe

May 25, 2016 10:16am

Coastal communities like Ocean Shores present different dynamics in preventing crime and preparing for disasters than inland ares to the east with fewer part-time vacation residences and...

County to fully participate in Cascadia Rising exercise

May 25, 2016 10:09am

The Grays Harbor County commissioners were briefly apprised of plans for Cascadia Rising, an earthquake and tsunami simulation planned for June 7-12.

During the Cascadia Rising disaster...

Port offers facility tours this summer

May 25, 2016 10:01am

The Port of Grays Harbor will offer public tours of the Port and walking tours of Satsop Business Park this summer.

The program will give the public a firsthand look at the marine terminals...

Prepare now: Memorial Day weekend start of fire alert season

May 25, 2016 9:40am

With the summer fire season approaching and weather conditions again suggesting a volatile season, local and state fire agencies have issued several recent warnings.

In Ocean Shores, the...