Monthly Archives: February 2011
HOQUIAM, Wash. - Mayor Jack Durney announced today he plans to run for a third term, citing successes in his previous terms such as improving the city's economy, beautification projets, sidewalk repairs, undated infrastructure and improved public safety many key
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Grays Harbor, Wash. — City University of Seattle will offer aspiring teachers in Grays Harbor and Pacific Counties a unique opportunity to study locally for their Bachelor of Arts in Education this summer. Students who have earned or are nearly
OLYMPIA – Agreements have been signed that guarantee Washington state will get $590 million in federal stimulus money to improve the Amtrak Cascades rail corridor from Portland to Seattle, Gov. Chris Gregoire said today.
We have a Washington State flower, tree, song, bird, fish, fruit, vegetable (yup, the Walla Walla Sweet Onion) and even a state dance- the square dance. How about the official Washington State beverage? Believe it or not, it
ABERDEEN, Wash. - The Aberdeen Fier Department has been awarded grant funding to replace two heart monitors totaling 57 thousand dollars. The Federal Emergency Management Agency announced their 13th round of Assistance to Firefighters Grants which included Aberdeen. Fire Chief
ABERDEEN, Wash. - An Aberdeen Family returned home to find black smoke filling their house yesterday evening. The Aberdeen Fire Department was called to the 100 block of West Marion just before 6pm to find a kitchen fire had spread