Monthly Archives: December 2010

Applications Begin for Pontoon Construction Site

ABERDEEN, Wash. (KBKW) - The Pontoon Project in Grays Harbor is one step closer, the Washington State Department of Transportation has applied to perform work in Grays Harbor waters, including construction of the casting basin, excavation of an access

Last Razor Clam Dig of 2010, First of 2011

Clam diggers can ring in 2011 with a three-day razor clam dig on Washington’s coastal beaches over the New Year’s holiday. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) approved the series of evening digs after marine toxin

State Wades into Coal Terminal Controversy

LONGVIEW, Wash. - The State of Washington wants to weigh in on the environmental review process for a coal export terminal that has been proposed for Longview.

Several conservation groups banded together earlier this month

Brace for winter and enjoy Wasington Wildlife

For Washingtonians, the start of the new year is prime time to fish for winter steelhead, dig razor clams and enjoy the annual spectacle of bald eagles, snow geese, elk and other wintering wildlife.

 

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Blasting Caps and Fuses Found in Westport

WESTPORT, Wash. - The State Patrol's Bomb Squad was spotted in Westport yesterday, the Wesport police department reports blasting caps were found somewhere in Westport, and turned over. No further information was released from the department.

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Community Effort Thwarts Car Thieves

SHELTON, Wash. - Two Shelton men are in jail today after a community effort in which residents of the Skokomish Valley, Troopers from the Washington State Patrol, Agents from the Department of Wildlife, and Mason County Sheriff’s Deputies all banded

Simpson Avenue Bridge Opening On Time for Early January

HOQUIAM, Wash. - Despite adverse weather and extreme tidal conditions, the Washington State Department of Transportation says they are still on schedule to open the Simpson Avenue Bridge to traffic in early January. Crews are making efforts to complete the

Conservative Comments with Mike Yarmakovich

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Commentary from the Left with Gary Murrell

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Improved returns demonstrate Columbia salmon protection

Surface passage improvements for fish now in place at all federal dams on the Lower Columbia and Snake rivers boosted the safe migration of juvenile salmon and steelhead, one of several key advances outlined in a

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