Monthly Archives: April 2011

Clean Out The Medicine Cabinet The Right Way

APR 27 - (Seattle, WA) - Pharmaceutical drugs can be as dangerous as street drugs.  The majority of teenagers get pharmaceuticals from family and friends - and the home medicine cabinet.  The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and its community

County Commissioner Terry Willis

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Grays Harbor County to Discuss Hazard Mitigation Plan

MONTESANO, Wash. - Grays Harbor County will hold a public meeting to present and take comment on its draft of the 2011-2016 Hazard Mitigation Plan.  The meeting will begin at 6 PM, May 11, 2011, in the Commissioner’s Meeting Room

Conservative Comments with Mike Yarmakovich

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Commentary from the Left with Gary Murrell

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Exploding Water Injury in Aberdeen

ABERDEEN, Wash. - An Aberdeen man received burns yesterday from an accident that's unbelievable enough it has it's own snopes page. Exploding water. You may have seen the email warning about using a Microwave to heat water, only to have

Feed The Ducks, Wait For The Seals

 WESTPORT, Wash. - The seals could one day return to The Westport Aquarium, Owner Marc Mercell says they won't be the same seals, and it might not be JUST seals. Mercell said the Aquarium hasn't had seals since around 2002,

Aberdeen High School Scores Big at SkillsUSA

ABERDEEN, Wash. - Aberdeen High Schools Skills USA Team, returns from the state conference this past weekend with eight state medals including three state champions and over $4000 dollars in scholarships and prizes. Skills USA Advisor Chuck Veloni tells us

Forks Man Rear Ended, Cited for DUI, 2 Year Old Daughter Suffers Head Injuries

AMANDA PARK, Wash. - A 28 year old Forks man was cited for DUI, Driving While Revoked, Reckless Endangerment, and not using an interlock device Friday in Amanda park, when his 1991 Toyota pickup slowed to make a left turn

Grays Harbor Shorebird Festival Takes Off, April 29 – May 1

HOQUIAM, Wash. - April of each year hundreds of thousands of shorebirds stop to rest and feed in the Grays Harbor estuary on their northern migration. Flying from as far south as Argentina, these Arctic-bound shorebirds are among the world's