Monthly Archives: March 2010

Census Event at The Grays Harbor Public Market

Food, Music, and a chance to have a great time while filling out your 2010 United States Census form!
Grays Harbor Transit will have special free buses running so that you can hop on over to the Hoquiam Farmers

Grays Harbor Public Market News – Easter Egg Edition

Easter comes early this year, but I feel as though I’ve been anticipating it for a long, long time! Perhaps this is because the Daffodils have been out for several weeks, and the Tulips and Trilliums are finally here to

Commentary from the Left with Gary Murrell

Conservative Comments with Mike Yarmakovich

Tuberculosis rates increasing in Washington

OLYMPIA ¾ The number of tuberculosis cases has been dropping nationally for 17 straight years, but that’s not the case in Washington. Our state is one of the few where the infection is increasing. The

Grays Harbor Public Market News – Clam Chowder Edition

Razor Clam diggers, also known as clam-heads, have reason to be hauling our gear out of the basement and doing a few preparatory leg exercises. Spring digging begins on Friday! Only on south beaches, however- north beaches are only open

Razor Clam Digging Approved Just in Time for Razor Clam Festival

The results of marine toxin tests are in, confirming that clams are safe to eat, and clearing the way for the spring’s first razor-clam digs on ocean beaches later this month.

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

Shelton Man Jailed After Assault……With a Croquet Mallet

SHELTON, Wash. - A 35 year old Shelton man was arrested Friday night after Sheriff’s Deputies responded to an altercation at 496 E. Lansky Road on Harstine Island.  Arrested was William E. Anglemyer, 35, Shelton.  Deputies charged Anglemyer with investigation of

Commentary from the Left with Gary Murrell

Conservative Comments with Mike Yarmakovich