Monthly Archives: December 2010

Conservative Comments with Mike Yarmakovich

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Commentary from the Left with Gary Murrell

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Simpson Avenue Bridge Opening Projected for Early January

HOQUIAM, Wash. - The Washington State Department of transportation tells Hoquiam Businesses that the Simpson Avenue Bridge should be open between the first and second week of January. The department made the announcement at the Hoquiam Business Association meeting earlier

Sport Clam Season to Open at Belfair State Park in Mason County

OLYMPIA, Wash - The sport clam fishing season at Belfair State Park is re-opening.  The Department of Fish and Wildlife said the sport clam fishing season at Belfair State Park on Hood Canal in Mason County will reopen at

Washington at Center of DC Debate over Community Radio

SPOKANE, Wash. - Small, community radio stations run by schools, churches, tribes and other groups could fade to static if Congress fails to act this session. The nation's system of low-power FM radio stations (LPFMs) has

Burglary Interrupted in Aberdeen

ABERDEEN, Wash. - Police are seeking the public's assistance to locate a burglary suspect who was interrupted when the home he was in happened to be occupied. On 12/14/10 at about 1140 pm, Aberdeen police officers responded to a

Santa Claus comes to Ken Schoenfeld Furniture

Saturday, December 18th Santa Claus comes to Ken Schoenfeld Furniture from 1 until 5!

Get your leg lamp raffle tickets while visiting with Santa



Shopping discounts all over Hoquiam

Chehalis River Receding, Landslides Still a Concern

MONTESANO, Wash. - The Chehalis River has reached it's flood stage at Porter, and is expected to recede by 2 this afternoon. Chuck Wallace with the Grays Harbor County Emergency Management Agency tells us High tidal levels in Aberdeen will

Enhanced Emergency Zone Law Will Help Protect Emergency Workers

OLYMPIA, Wash. - Starting January 1, 2011, law enforcement will have an additional tool to help keep fellow emergency workers safe while working on sides of the highway.

The state's enhanced Emergency Zone law (RCW 46.61.212) builds on

Annual Audit Warns Oakville Government, Applauds Shelton

OAKVILLE, Wash. - A recent Audit of the City of Oakville had no findings, but did note certain matters that were communicated to City Management. The annual report by the State Auditor's office said in most areas the City complied