Author Archives: Dave Haviland

Thirty-Two U.S. Senators urge EPA to approve increased biodiesel volumes

Cantwell speaks on CBR

A bipartisan group of 32 U.S. senators, including Washington state’s Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell, is calling on the Environmental Protection Agency to move quickly in approving strong biodiesel volumes under the nation’s Renewable Fuel Standards. The senators expressed concern

Aberdeen man attempted to steal car, is thwarted by witnesses

Aberdeen WA Police Department

The Aberdeen Police Department responded to a report of an unknown problem in the 100 block of West First Street.  While in route the responding officers were told the call may involve a car theft. Sgt Dale reported that as

Woman escapes Aberdeen Police custody while being transferred to jail

Jessica J. Krebs
White, Female, 23 years of age, 5-5, 129 lbs, brown hair, blue eyes.
LKA 700 Block Johns River Road
Frequents homes in the Aberdeen and Hoquiam area.

Aberdeen Police are looking for a woman after she slipped out of custody while being transported from their jail. Police Captain John Green tells us at about 6:20 P.M. on Monday evening, Jessica Krebs was being loaded into the jail van

Hoquiam Police say goodbye to Explorer Tom Johnson as he turns 21

Hoquiam Mayor Jack Durney, Police Chief Jeff Myers and Explorer Tom Johnson

The Hoquiam Police Department said goodbye to a longtime volunteer last night, 21 year old Tom Johnson accepted his forced retirement recently. Hoquiam Police Chief Jeff Myers told the Hoquiam city council last night “Tom has been an Explorer Scout

WDFW seeks volunteers to count elk with -and without, hoof disease

Hoof Disease

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is seeking volunteers to help conduct a survey designed to determine the proportion of elk in southwest Washington with hoof disease. Scheduled for March and April, the survey is part of a

Partial State DOT funding approved for Beacon Hill Drive repairs

Beacon Hill Drive in Hoquiam

Repairs to Beacon Hill Drive in Hoquiam will be partially funded by the state. Hoquiam Mayor Jack Durney said at the city council meeting last night “Our application for support from the State Department of Transportation on the work that

WDFW seeks public comments on proposed 2015-17 hunting seasons

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is seeking public input on proposed recommendations for the 2015-17 hunting seasons. Through Feb. 24, WDFW will accept written comments from the public to help finalize proposed hunting rules and regulations for

Two-way traffic restored on US 101 at Rock Crusher Hill

Rock Crusher Hill

Two-way traffic has been restored at a slide-prone section of US 101 near Artic in Grays Harbor County. US 101 had been reduced to one lane since heavy rainfall in early January reactivated an ancient slow-moving landslide and caused a

Taholah woman reports being held in apartment and assaulted for days

Aberdeen WA Police Department

A 57 year old Aberdeen man was arrested on investigation of rape charges after a Taholah woman reported being held against her will in his apartment for days. Aberdeen Police Captain John Green tells us On 2/5/15, at 4:49 P.M.

Evening Razor Clam digs approved to start February 15, more digs proposed into March

Westport clam diggers

Razor clam diggers can count on an eight-day opener beginning Feb. 15 and start planning trips to Washington’s beaches in March, state shellfish managers said today. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) approved the upcoming dig, which runs