Monthly Archives: May 2010
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA) released the following statement in honor of the nation’s armed forces and veterans on Memorial Day:
“On this Memorial Day, we, as a nation, pause and remember the sacrifices made by the
Portland, Ore. - As winds picked up May 12, the Bonneville Power Administration warned wind farms at 6:29 p.m.: Prepare to shut down wind turbines in four minutes. The turbines were generating about 600 megawatts more power than expected. The
HOQUIAM, Wash. - On June 24, 2010, the City of Hoquiam will be honored with a Municipal Excellence Award from the Association of Washington Cities (AWC) at their annual conference in Vancouver.
The City of Hoquiam won the
OLYMPIA – Each year, thousands of Washingtonians go fishing – legally – without a license. How? By taking advantage of Free Fishing Weekend, scheduled June 12-13.
During those two days, no license will be required to fish or gather shellfish in
The Washington State Patrol (WSP) is reminding motorists that they will be patrolling the interstate and state routes aggressively enforcing traffic laws with special attention being paid to speed, aggressive driving, seatbelt violations and impaired driving during for the upcoming
Aberdeen- Real time wind speeds and direction are now available from Ocean Shores thanks to a newly installed wind reporting station. The installation of the new wind reporting station was the result of a partnership forged between Grays Harbor PUD
ROCHESTER, Wash. - In Washington's smallest towns, students' options for learning and meals that are normally part of the school day can disappear during the summer months. But this year, 17 rural summer programs will get a hand from School's
CONSUMER: For some extra cash, I have been considering using one of those mail-in “cash for gold” services that are advertised on T.V. Are these companies the best option for selling old jewelry and scrap gold?