Monthly Archives: June 2010
OLYMPIA, Wash. - Now that school’s out, kids are gearing up for fun in the sun. Whether they’re going to summer camp, taking a vacation trip, or traveling to stay with friends or relatives, they should be protected from vaccine-preventable
Olympipa, WA - The first sign of West Nile virus near the Benton-Yakima county line serves as a reminder for people living in and visiting eastern Washington to avoid mosquito bites. Mosquito samples collected by the Benton County Mosquito Control
OLYMPIA — Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) officers and biologists last week removed 10 black bears that had been fed by people from the town of Oysterville, on the Long Beach Peninsula in Pacific County.
Five of the bears
SEATTLE - Hundreds of people are expected at a public meeting Thursday night in Seattle, called to consider the future of the nation's land and water resources and how to protect them. As part of "America's Great Outdoors Initiative," representatives
In 2009 there were 1,236 fireworks-related incidents in Washington resulting in more than $5.6 million in property loss. Fire service officials urge residents to work together to reduce this loss by knowing the legal consequences and taking responsibility.
I love the idea of starting the season with setting up camp in our own backyard. There are plenty of practical reasons for doing this; the bathroom is very nearby, dinner can be cooked on a real stove and eaten
South Bend, Washington – The Pacific County Emergency Management Agency’s (PCEMA) All Hazard Alert Broadcast (AHAB) siren system next regularly scheduled monthly test will be Monday, July 5th at noon. It is recommended that residents of Pacific County mark their