Monthly Archives: October 2009

Forest Service Meetings to Discuss Land Management

MONTESANO, Wash. - The Quinault Forest Service is hosting two local meetings to invite the public to meet the new District Ranger, Dean Millett, and share their interest in the future management of the Humptulips, Quinault, and Matheney Forest Service

Draft Wolf Management Plan is Met With Concerns, Skeptics at Thursday Meeting

ABERDEEN, Wash. - It was 12 to 3 Against during the public comment phase of a meeting last night to discuss a draft wolf management plan in Washington State held by the Department of Fish and Wildlife.

GHCH Board of Directors Opposes Tim Eyman’s Initiative 1033

Aberdeen, WA – The board of Grays Harbor Community Hospital has passed a resolution in opposition to Tim Eyman’s Initiative 1033. Initiative 1033 will be on the November 3, 2009 statewide ballot.  
 
After careful discussion, the board of directors found that

Contractor pleads guilty to felony theft of sales tax, workers’ comp fraud

Everett, Wash., Oct. 29, 2009 — The owner of Master’s Touch Drywall pled guilty today to felony theft of sales tax and workers’ compensation fraud, and agreed to pay more than $2.1 million in

Transit and School Bus “Slow-Speed” Collision

ELMA, Wash. - A Transit Bus collided with a School bus yesterday afternoon in East County, just before 4 pm at MP3 on the Elma McCleary Road an Elma School bus was stopped allowing it's last passenger, a 6 year

Missing Mushroom Picker Located, Serves as Reminder

GRAYS HARBOR COUNTY, Wash. - The Grays Harbor County Sheriff's Office responded to a missing person report on the Upper Donovan yesterday afternoon, where an 85 year old Westport Man and his 82 year old Wife had gone mushroom picking.

Washington draft wolf management plan – meeting Thursday night in Aberdeen

A three-month public comment period on a draft state wolf conservation and management plan has begun, and will include a dozen public meetings held by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW).

The meetings will take place from Oct. 20

Pacific County NOAA Weather Radio Program

SOUTH BEND, Wash. - The Pacific County Emergency Management Agency is participating in a NOAA Weather Radio Program.  The program is designed to educate the public on the warnings and alerts that may be issued from the National Weather Service.

Brave fall weather to hunt elk, catch salmon or dig razor clams

Big-game hunters are shifting their sights from deer to elk, while bird hunters look forward to new flights of ducks and geese.  Anglers, meanwhile, are reeling in an assortment of coho, chinook and chum salmon from waters around the state,

UFO Investigator to speak at Westport Timberland Library

WESTPORT, Wash. - James Clarkson will present a report of his in-depth examination of the Elk River UFO crash retrieval incident of 1979 along with highlights from the 7th Annual UFO Crash Retrieval Conference during a presentation at the Westport