Monthly Archives: May 2009
OLYMPIA... As this year's election season opens with Filing Week on Monday, June 1, Secretary of State Sam Reed is encouraging citizens to become more involved in their community by running for office.
"There will be hundreds of nonpartisan offices up
A 67 year old Ocean Shores man was arrested on Memorial Day for Theft in the First Degree for allegedly embezzling in excess of $80,000 from the Port Hole Pub during a 3 year period. John Butschky was arrested by
ASTORIA, Ore. - The Coast Guard airlifted a 24-year-old man off a fishing vessel 15 miles from Grays Harbor, Wash., Wednesday due to an unknown medical condition.
The 46-foot fishing vessel Pacific Girl contacted the Coast Guard approximately 10 a.m. to request
On Saturday evening, May 23, while out on Nighttime Click It or Ticket patrols, Grays Harbor County Sheriff’s officers pulled over a vehicle with an unbelted passenger in the back seat. When retrieving identification of this
ASTORIA, Ore. - The Coast Guard medically evacuated a 38-year-old man from a 58-foot fishing vessel 35 miles west of Grays Harbor, Wash., Tuesday.
The crew of the fishing vessel Melissa Lynn contacted the Coast Guard at approximately 8 a.m.
Grays Harbor Raceway located at the fairgrounds in Elma will host its first two day event of the year, this Saturday and Sunday Nights, as the ASCS Northwest Region 360 Sprint Cars along with the Triple X Ford Focus Midgets
OLYMPIA - The Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is urging people to be extra careful with fire this Memorial Day Weekend. Wildfire season has just begun here in Washington, and there have already been over seventy small
Grays Harbor received confirmation of its first report of A/SWH1 - or "swine flu" - late Wednesday. The 14-year-old Hoquiam resident was ill in early May and has since recovered. The child was tested by a local physician and it
The Grays Harbor County Fair has announced that David Cassidy has canceled his scheduled appearance at the 2009 Grays Harbor County Fair. Mr. Cassidy has accepted a movie offer, which conflicts with his appearance at the 2009 Grays Harbor County
Join the Pacific County Economic Development Council for "Ready, Respond, Recover" conferences to help area businesses prepare for natural and man-made disasters. These valuable events will provide Pacific and Wahkiakum County businesses with critical information about:
- Securing facilities
- Communicating with customers