Police from several agencies have barricaded multiple blocks of Cherry Street in North Aberdeen this afternoon after finding a body on the front porch of a home at the corner of Oak and Cherry. Police captain John Green tells us officers responded to a shots fired complaint earlier this morning to find the body of a
House budget leaders in Olympia held a work session on a key factor in Washington’s education funding crisis Thursday morning. Dan Frizzell reports all people may be created equal, but the same can’t be said for all school district tax bases.
House budget chair Ross Hunter, a Democratic representative from
The Aberdeen Rotary Club has announced Ericka Manwell as the May Student of the Month. Erica has been a member of the Honor roll for four years and is graduating 10th in her class. She is a 10 year varsity letter winner, ten time scholar athlete, and was Captain of her soccer and basketball teams.
On Tuesday, May 26th, Senator Patty Murray (D-WA) will join officials from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and the Port of Grays Harbor to celebrate the signing of the Project Partnership Agreement, which will allow the Army Corps to move forward with plans to deepen the Grays
Enchanted Valley Remains Closed to Camping
Revealing a silver lining of this winter’s record low snowpack, high elevation roads in Olympic National Park will open in time for the Memorial Day weekend, a full month earlier than typical.
High Elevation Roads
The nine-mile Deer Park Road will open Friday, along with
The Grays Harbor Public Utility District continues to investigate an incident of electrical contact involving a PUD employee.
The incident occurred at 12:22PM on Thursday, May 21st on a PUD project at the corner of Bay Ave. and 27th Street in Hoquiam. Crew members on the scene immediately called 911 and the employee was
Black bears have approached hikers in Enchanted Valley and have acquired and eaten human food, according to recent visitor reports. Park staff have opted to close some area to camping due to the bear-human interactions.
“Bears that eat human food come to consider people as a food source, and are extremely dangerous,”
Minor Traffic Delays Anticipated from May 26 – June 4
Workers with two drill rigs will begin gathering road core samples on Highway 101 at Lake Crescent on Tuesday, May 26. Work is expected to continue daily, including weekend days, through Thursday, June 4.
The core samples are being collected as part of the continuing
Mosquitoes are the number one transmitter of diseases to people and animals worldwide. And spraying to control mosquitoes is an important tool that helps protect public health.
The Washington Department of Ecology has updated and re-issued a water quality permit that allows the use of pesticides to control mosquitoes
Due to unanticipated circumstances, the Grays Harbor Public Utility District has announced it is cancelling the planned power outage scheduled for Thursday night and Friday morning. The outage will be rescheduled at a later date. Prior warning will be given.
The outage was to impact roughly 2150 Grays Harbor PUD customers