Author Archives: Dave Haviland

U.S. Navy schedules another meeting for Olympic Northwest Electromagnetic Radiation Warfare training

DIEGO GARCIA, British Indian Ocean Territory (Aug. 27, 2014) Sailors assigned to the U.S. Navy Support Facility Diego Garcia security department perform a small-boat attack drill during the Citadel Pacific exercise Aug. 27. The Citadel Pacific exercise is an annual three-day exercise to test installations’ response to security threats. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Apprentice Michael T. Eckelbecker/RELEASED)

The U.S. Navy will attend a public meeting on Wednesday, November 19th in Pacific Beach to discuss it’s Northwest Electromagnetic Radiation Warfare training program. Grays Harbor County Commissioner Wes Cormier is hosting the public meeting to discuss the program, which

Phone scams again targeting Aberdeen residents

Phone Scam ALERT

The Aberdeen Police Department is warning citizens about a U.S. Government grant award scam that was reported to us on November 7th. The scam is similar to one that has been going around the country for a few years. The

Everyone’s a “Maker” at Timberland Regional Library

LEGO Arrival Picture

Hats off to the partnership between LEGO Systems and the Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) that has resulted in Timberland Regional Library’s acquisition of 150,000 pieces of fun. In Timberland libraries, children are visualizing, designing and building.  

“Plug in” electrical safety this holiday season

Washington Office of the State Fire Marshall

Electrical fires in homes account for over 26,000 residential fires annually, resulting in 280 deaths and over $1 billion in property loss in the United States. “Traditionally, we see more electrical fires occur in Washington State during the winter months,”

WDFW Commission adopts new rules for construction projects near water

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission has adopted a comprehensive update to the state’s Hydraulic Code rules, which regulate construction projects and other work in or near state waters to protect fish life. The commission, a citizen panel that sets

Alaska Storm expected to bring freezing temperatures to Grays Harbor

The huge storm that slammed Alaska has generated a high pressure system which will allow frigid temperatures to dip well into the lower 48 states Monday and Tuesday. Grays Harbor County will experience the cold temperatures with most of East County

Power outage in Aberdeen – power restored

Update: The power has been restored to customers in the area of Aberdeen Ave.  At the height of the outage, 665 customers were impacted.  It is believed that the outage was caused by mylar balloons in the lines. Now Dave

Aberdeen student falls out of school bus emergency exit door

Aberdeen WA Police Department

A student fell out of the bus on his way to school Friday morning, Aberdeen Police Captain John Green tells us at about 8:32 A.M. the Aberdeen Police Department responded to a report of a student falling out of an

Karr House in Hoquiam among 16 senior living communities purchased by Enlivant

Enlivant

Enlivant announced today that it has entered into an agreement with LTC Properties, Inc. to purchase 16 senior living communities, consisting of 615 residential units, for $26,465,000. With this strategic acquisition, Enlivant enhances its ability to continue enriching the lives

Door to Door Vacuum salespeople questioned in Ocean Shores

It's Friday, YOU go find a vacuum cleaner salesman at 6 in the morning.

Police detained four people claiming to be door to door salesmen in Ocean Shores yesterday, after receiving complaints from residents that they were aggressively trying to sell Kirby Vacuums. Police Chief Mike Styner tells KBKW that all four had Kirby