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Quinault Indian Nation urges opposition to oil transport and shipment through Grays Harbor

Fawn Sharp Quinault Indian Nation President

The Quinault Indian Nation (QIN) is adamantly opposed to increased oil train traffic in Grays Harbor County, the construction of new oil terminals, increased oil shipping from the port of Grays Harbor and dredging of the Chehalis River estuary. “We oppose all of these for both economic and environmental reasons,” said Fawn Sharp, QIN President.…

ACTIVE AMBER Alert : Nicholas Johnston – Lakewood, CA

An AMBER Alert has been activated in your Division. A CHILD ABDUCTION OCCURRED ON THE AFTERNOON OF MARCH 6 2014 IN LONG BEACH CALIFORNIA. THE CHILD IS NICHOLAS JOHNSTON. THE SUSPECT IS SRI JOHNSTON. JOHNSTON IS POSSIBLY DRIVING A TAN 1998 SATURN 4-DOOR CA LICENSE PLATE NUMBER 4AUU679. IF SEEN OR LOCATED PLEASE CONTACT THE LONG BEACH POLICE DEPARTMENT AT 562 570-9650. long beach caladsfadsfe Please contact : Long Beach CA at 5625709650 …read more

Grays Harbor PUD receives recognition for reliable operations

Grays Harbor PUD

The Grays Harbor Public Utility District’s reputation for reliability is growing. The PUD is one of 184 of the nation’s 2,000 public power utilities and one of four in Washington to earn the Reliable Public Power Provider (RP3) designation from the American Public Power Association for providing their customers with the highest degree of reliable and safe electric service.

“This is a district-wide honor. Providing our community with reliable, quality services is a huge responsibility and it’s one that everyone at the Grays Harbor PUD takes seriously,” said General Manager Dave Ward. “We have made great strides over the last year to ensure that we have a system that our customers can rely on and this designation is much appreciated recognition of that fact.”

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Commissioners from Pacific County PUD, Chelan County PUD, Wahkiakum County PUD and Lewis County PUD assume leadership positions for statewide PUD association

Diana Thompson

Olympia – PUD Commissioners from four public utility districts assumed top leadership positions for 2014-2015 as the Washington Public Utility Districts Association (WPUDA) announced the election of its new officers today. Pacific County PUD Commissioner Diana Thompson was elected to serve as President, Chelan County PUD Commissioner Dennis Bolz will serve as Vice-President, Wahkiakum County…

ACTIVE AMBER Alert: Tamiyah Bryant – Angier,NC

The Durham Police Department is searching for missing child Tamiyah Elssy Bryant. Allegedly, abudcted by her father, Rodney Francis Bryant. Incident took place at 30 Glen Ridge Court, Angier, North Carolina. They were last seen on I-40 West Just past exit 147 Highway 55 travelling westbound, possibly headed to Atlanta, Georgia. If you have any information regarding this abduction, call the Durham Police Department immediately at (919) 560-4601, (919) 560-4415 or call 911 or *HP.. Please Contact Angier NC at 9195604601 …read more

Port of Grays Harbor to consider acquisition of Friends Landing and Sterling Landing near Montesano

Friends Landing, a 501(c)(3), has requested the Port of Grays Harbor consider incorporating its 152 acre handicap accessible recreation facility, along with the 30-acre Sterling Landing site on the Wynoochee River, into the Port’s property portfolio.

Aberdeen, Wash. – Popular recreation areas, Friends Landing and Sterling Landing, in eastern Grays Harbor County could soon be the newest waterfront public access facilities managed by the Port of Grays Harbor. At the April Commission meeting, the 501(c)(3) that owns and operates the facilities requested the Port Commissioners consider incorporating the facilities into the…

Three local students receive highest academic honor from State of Washington

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OLYMPIA – Congratulations to local High School students Sadie Smith, Serena Ranney, and Carly Stauffer – their names were among a select few across the state to receive Washington’s highest academic honor announced by the Washington Student Achievement Council and Association of Washington School Principals Three high school students – plus one alternate, from each…