Monthly Archives: November 2010

Woman Attacked With Her Own Stun Gun

HOQUIAM, Wash. - A Silverdale man allegedly assaulted a Hoquiam woman with her own stun gun yesterday, Hoquiam Police report the 28 year old man grabbed the woman's stun gun after being told to leave her apartment, the 23 year

Hoquiam Investigates Tire Slashings

HOQUIAM, Wash. - Police are investigating a number of vehicle tire slashings that occurred sometime during the evening and early morning hour of Sunday November 28th and Monday November 29th.  One victim told an officer that he parked his vehicle

Razor Clam Dig Approved for December

OLYMPIA – Clam diggers have a green light to proceed with an evening razor-clam dig that starts Friday, Dec. 3 at Twin Harbors and expands to four other ocean beaches the next day.


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Commentary from the Left with Gary Murrell

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Conservative Comments with Mike Yarmakovich

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NOAA Has Been Right so Far, Predicts More Storms

MONTESANO, Wash. - The forecast from the NOAA Climate Prediction Center has been right on target for 2010-2011. They are 2 for 2 so far with a significant weather event occurring in both October and November. The Climate

Aberdeen Man Stabbed Sunday in Parking Lot

ABERDEEN, Wash. - A 27 year old man was stabbed in the parking lot of the Aberdeen Wal-Mart yesterday afternoon. Aberdeen Police Report the victim was shopping with his mother when he confronted a person he believed had stolen his

Highway 105 Accident Knocks Out Power Pole, Power, and Traffic for Several Hours Sunday

GRAYLAND, Wash. - A crash on Highway 105 between Tokeland and Westport knocked a power pole across the roadway and took out power for over 500 customers for almost 12 hours. The Washington State Patrol reports the 1987 Toyota 4-Runner, driven

Hoquiam Fire Displaces Family on Thanksgiving Day

HOQUIAM, Wash. - A Keen nose for smoke alerted a Hoquiam mother to a fire in her bedroom yesterday morning. The mother of two attempted to smother the small fire on her bed and bedsheets before she grabbed her two

Moods Are Light on Black Friday

ABERDEEN, Wash. - Black Friday Specials are bringing people out in their pajamas to get that bargain price as holiday shopping gets into full swing today. Many businesses in The South Shore Mall opened early to get people out of