Monthly Archives: September 2010

Wishkah River Bridge To Close Overnight Friday

ABERDEEN, Wash. - The US 12 Wishkah River Bridge closes Friday Night as Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) maintenance crews repair a damage incurred by an over height vehicle.


Crews close the bridge from 10 p.m. Friday,

Last Opportunity to Sail on a Tall Ship This Year

ABERDEEN, Wash. - The last opportunity for Grays Harbor residents to sail on Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain in 2010 is Saturday, October 2 in Westport. The ships have scheduled their final Battle Sail of the summer

PennyBiddr agrees to refund consumers under agreement with Washington Attorney General

SEATTLE – Penny auction sites lure consumers with cheap prices on brand-name electronics, designer handbags and discounted store gift cards. But an investigation by the Washington Attorney General’s Office shows how some of these

Washington State Library: Using technology to connect with patrons

Since its creation in 1853, the Washington State Library has made it a priority to provide patrons with access to information and historical publications related to Washington and the Pacific Northwest. 

The remarkable progress in technology over the

Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain to Participate in Chinook Trade Re-Enactment

ABERDEEN, Wash. - The brig Lady Washington, the Official Ship of the State of Washington, and the topsail ketch Hawaiian Chieftain will participate in a re-enactment of an 18th century fur trade meeting at Fort Columbia State

Conservative Comments with Mike Yarmakovich

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Commentary from the Left with Gary Murrell

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Vision for world-class tunnel training developing at Satsop

SATSOP, Wash. - If someone told Mike Warren that he has tunnel vision it wouldn’t offend him a bit.


But it would be more accurate to say that it’s a vision for tunnels or rather building a world-class tunnel

State Program Responds to Baby Formula Recall

OLYMPIA, Wash. - A nationwide recall of certain Similac-brand powder infant formulas will have a big impact in our state. The product is the main baby formula offered to non-breastfed babies of Washington’s Women, Infants, and Children Nutrition program —

Wilderness Week Celebrates WA Scenery, Greenery

Wilderness Week begins on Sunday, an annual reminder to enjoy America's most scenic spots - and to think about what it takes to protect them. Members of conservation groups from Washington State will be in a less tranquil