Monthly Archives: January 2010

Port of Grays Harbor Celebrates Chrysler Shipment

ABERDEEN, Wash. - The Port of Grays Harbor yesterday celebrated the first shipment of Chrysler vehicles setting sail from Grays Harbor to Asia on the MV Positive Passion. Executive Director at

One Vehicle Collision Nets DUI Arrest

HOQUIAM, Wash. - On January 29, 2010 at about 2:05 AM a Hoquiam officer was dispatched to a one vehicle collision on the Simpson Avenue Bridge. It was report that the vehicle

Tests clear razor clam digs at 4 of 5 ocean beaches

OLYMPIA - Twin Harbors beach will open for razor clam digging today, followed by openings at three other beaches this weekend after a new round of marine toxin tests showed the clams there are safe to eat.

Long Beach, however, will remain

Arrest warrant issued in zebra mussel case

OLYMPIA - An arrest warrant has been issued for a commercial trucker from Michigan charged with transporting invasive zebra mussels into Washington state aboard a 50-foot cabin cruiser.

David Derderian, 44, of Fraser, Michigan, was charged in

Grays Harbor Community Hospital Sends Two to Haiti

Aberdeen, WA – Along with thousands of other Americans and people around the world, members of Grays Harbor Community Hospital were greatly saddened by the aftermath of Haiti's 7.0 earthquake which struck on January 12, 2010. An estimated 200,000

Missing Shelton Woman FOUND

SHELTON, Wash. - Jamie Renae Sepulveda, 33, Shelton, who was reported missing on the evening of January 20, was located late in the afternoon Friday when she called in to MACECOM to say that she was not actually missing. Investigators say

Commentary from the Left with Gary Murrell

Conservative Comments with Mike Yarmakovich

AHAB Siren Testing Monday

South Bend, Washington – The Pacific County Emergency Management Agency’s (PCEMA) All Hazard Alert Broadcast (AHAB) siren system next scheduled monthly test will be Monday, February 1st at noon.  It is recommended that residents of Pacific County

Marine toxin prevents opening at Long Beach, delays decision on remaining beaches

OLYMPIA - Rising marine toxin levels have prompted the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) to cancel a razor clam dig scheduled at Long Beach and delay final decisions about digs at Twin Harbors, Copalis and Mocrocks