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Aberdeen Music Experience to expand

Thursday, 7:30 AM PST

The Aberdeen City Council passed a report from the Finance and Lodging Tax Committee and authorized the Mayor to enter into a new contract with the Aberdeen Museum of History that will fund and expand the Aberdeen Music Experience. Lisa Scott explained the purpose for the update, saying that by expanding the current exhibit they […]

Aberdeen and Hoquiam could combine fire departments

Thursday, 7:20 AM PST

The conversation to combine the Aberdeen and Hoquiam fire departments is once again on the table, and Aberdeen Mayor Bill Simpson said that the cities are going to explore their options. They have authorized their staff to begin formal discussions to find the feasibility of a merger. Hoquiam Mayor Jack Durney says “A lot has […]

Grays Harbor Public Hospital questions answered

Thursday, 7:04 AM PST

The Grays Harbor Community Hospital public forums continue this week as efforts continue to inform residents about what would come of the hospital if it went public. Last night, representatives from the hospital spoke to approximately 50 people in the Aberdeen High School Commons and explained the process. CEO Tom Jensen told KXRO that over […]

Ocosta School District recognized for being green

Wednesday, 7:25 AM PST

Ocosta School District was named as a Green District Leader by the U.S. Department of Education for their environmental efforts. Arne Duncan, U.S. Secretary of Education, and Mike Boots, Acting Chair of the White House Council on Environmental Quality made the announcement of the 2014 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools on Tuesday. Vancouver […]