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North Coast News: The Ocean Shores Fire Department had all of its emergency response vehicles ready for the Fourth of July weekend.

NCN-911: Costs of Fourth weekend soar, police call logs

Updated: Jul 14, 2015 1:33pm

Ocean Shores Police, Fire and Public Works crews were kept busy all weekend during the Fourth of July onslaught of visitors to the North Beach, but there were no major fires or incidents that...

The Wishkah Street Bridge in Aberdeen will be detoured during overnight hours the week of July 13 while bridge maintenance crews with the Washington State Department of Transportation make repairs.

Wishkah St. Bridge repair closures start July 13

Updated: Jul 10, 2015 1:35pm

Traffic on westbound US Highway 12 at the Wishkah Street Bridge in Aberdeen will be detoured during overnight hours the week of July 13 while bridge maintenance crews with the Washington State...

North Coast News: A look down Pt. Brown Avenue during the recent Flag Day Parade.

County may help city with funds to redesign Pt. Brown Ave.

Updated: Jul 09, 2015 9:47am

The city of Ocean Shores and Grays Harbor County are seeking to join forces as partners in the funding package for the design phase of the Pt. Brown Avenue and Downtown Corridor improvement...

(National Park Service) A firefighter records weather and fire activity data on the Paradise Fire in the Olympic National Park on July 3.

Olympic Park fire could burn until September

Jul 09, 2015 8:26am

The Paradise Fire has been contained to Olympic National Park by firefighters and is not currently a threat to nearby residents or houses, said the fire’s incident commander.

Bill Hahnenberg...

(Larry Workman/Quinault Nation photos). An aerial view of the restoration work on the Upper Quinault River.

State budget bolsters Quinault restoration efforts

Jul 09, 2015 8:19am

The recently ratified state budget plan provides more than $11 million to be invested in environmental projects across Pacific Coast counties over the next two years, according to an analysis by...

(North Coast News) Robyn Edinger, Stephen Brickles, Nick Vaughn and Bob Compton volunteered their time, effort and 4-wheel drive vehicles to the massive cleanup effort on July 5.

Post-Fourth cleanup: Nineteen tons of trash and counting

Updated: Jul 07, 2015 2:56pm

With thousands of people flocking to the beaches over a long, hot Fourth of July weekend, the coordinated clean-up efforts by CoastSavers proved to be critical in the aftermath.

That was the...

Oyhut Bay opened the first cottages to the public over the Fourth of July weekend. This is the one-bedroom, one-bath Surf Cottage, which is about 700 square feet.

Grand opening for Oyhut Bay over Fourth weekend

Updated: Jul 07, 2015 4:17pm

With three sizes of beach-themed cottages as the centerpiece, Oyhut Bay opened its newly completed grand entryway with a public grand opening over the Fourth of July weekend.

From a catered...

Bulletin Board: Community events for July

Jul 01, 2015 8:46am

Fashion Show & Tea

Anchor Avenue Thrift Store will present a Fashion Show & Tea at 2 p.m. on Sunday July 12 at Galilean Lutheran Church in Ocean Shores . The public is invited for...

NCN-911: ‘Unsafe’ turn causes Hogan’s Corner wreck

Jul 01, 2015 8:44am

An unsafe turn from State Route 115 at Hogan’s Corner onto State Route 109 was listed as the cause of an accident that sent two people to the hospital on Saturday afternoon.

The State Patrol...

(File photo) The city of Ocean Shores hauled away 18 tons of trash and discharged fireworks last year on the beaches after the Fourth of July.

Help needed for post-Fourth beach cleanup effort

Jul 01, 2015 8:35am

Volunteers are needed from Ocean Shores to Moclips on Sunday July 5 to help with a coast-wide effort to clean up the beaches after the Fourth of July Fireworks.

This year’s effort is being...