Author Archives: Dave Haviland

Great Washington ShakeOut hits 1 Million goal


More than 1 million Washingtonians have now signed up to participate in the Great Washington ShakeOut statewide earthquake drill, making the exercise the largest in state history. On Thursday, Oct. 16th at 10:16 a.m., citizens across the state will “drop,

Trash Talkin about fish on prescription drugs, and sales flyers

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Brian Blake – incumbent candidate for State Representative Pos. 2 Partisan Office 2-year term

Brian Blake (Prefers Democratic Party) Part 1 Part 2

Hugh Fleet – candidate for State Representative Pos. 2 Partisan Office 2-year term

Hugh Fleet (Prefers Republican Party) Part 1 Part 2

Coastal Flood Hazard Study for Grays Harbor County enters appeal period

FEMA Region 10 AE 12

The 90 day appeal period has begun for flood hazard determinations in Grays Harbor County on FEMA’s Coastal Flood Hazard Study. During the appeal period property owners can view the proposed risk maps and submit appeals or corrections in data. After

Grassroots effort forming to restore Hoquiam caboose

Union Pacific #25576 in front of Washington Department of Licensing in Hoquiam, WA

A grassroots effort is forming to restore the Union Pacific railroad caboose that sits by the Hoquiam Department of Licensing. Aberdeen resident Christopher King spoke recently with Hoquiam Mayor Jack Durney about restoring, repainting, and maybe even re-opening the historical

One injured after Aberdeen driver hits bear in roadway

Washington State Patrol

An Aberdeen teen was injured after a car hit a bear near Oakville over the weekend. The Washington State Patrol reports the black bear was standing in the middle of  U.S. Highway 12 about 2 miles East of Oakville when

Dave and Kathy – Senior Information on Coffee Talk

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Dairy Queen data breach affects some Western Washington stores

Dairy Queen data breach

A data security breach at Dairy Queen affects the Raymond and Tacoma stores, but not those in Grays Harbor County. A press release from the corporate office says they learned of a malware intrusion that affects a small percentage of

High School graduation requirements are changing, here’s a guide

Ocosta High School Westport WA

The Washington k-12 system is beginning a transition to new assessments and new graduation requirements that will be effective for the graduating Class of 2019. The State Board of Education sets graduation requirements that are intended to be high, meaningful,