Monthly Archives: July 2011

Hoquiam Could Get Rail Export Business, Upgrades

HOQUIAM, Wash. - Major upgrades could be coming to Hoquiam's rail lines. RailAmerica has contacted the city about a possible 45 million dollar export facility at Terminal three, to include portions brand new property near Bowerman Airfield. Tim Gibbs, Executive

Westport Opens Daily for Salmon on Monday

OLYMPIA – Beginning Aug. 1, marine waters off of Westport (Marine Area 2) will be open to salmon fishing seven days a week, joining the three other ocean areas already open daily.


Also taking effect

Stafford Creek Offender Found Dead

A Stafford Creek Offender was found dead in his cell Wednesday morning, The Grays Harbor County Sheriff's Department tells us 54 year old Daniel Johnson was pronounced dead just before 9. Johnson was convicted in 1993 of two counts

Kurt Cobain Landing, Not Bridge

ABERDEEN, Wash. - Near the twentieth anniversary of the release of Nirvana's album Nevermind, The Aberdeen City Council last night adopted a resolution to name the Kurt Cobain Landing near North Aberdeen Bridge, the proposed resolution to rename the North

DFW To Talk Wolves, Water Fowl

The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission is scheduled to discuss the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife’s (WDFW) recommended Wolf Conservation and Management Plan during a special meeting Aug. 4 in Olympia.


The special meeting

Thieves Cut Fence, Steal Copper From PUD

ABERDEEN, Wash. - Thieves could have found more than they bargained for had a PUD Substation been active when Aberdeen Police report suspects cut into fencing at the substation at Market and A street, stealing a small amount of copper grounding

Grays Harbor PUD Not Among BPA Settlement Supporters

ABERDEEN, Wash. - The Bonneville Power Administration says they have adopted a settlement agreement on their residential exchange program, Grays Harbor will not be among the %88 of the settlement's supporters. PUD Commissioner Tom Casey said in April "I think

Cosmo Exports Honey… and Honey Bees

Honey Bee Nest at Cosmo Specialty FibersCosmopolis, WA – Something other than high purity cellulose has been in production at the Cosmo Specialty Fibers

County Auditor Urges Commissioners to Address Budget Issue

MONTESANO, Wash. - County Auditor Vern Spots urged the Commissioners to get their budget in order at yesterday's meeting "I noticed that there's nothing on the agenda today or scheduled for the commissioners the rest of this week and I'm

Hoquiam Opts to Put Annexation to a Vote

HOQUIAM, Wash. - The Hoquiam City Council last night took one more step towards annexation of the public library, Library Manager Mary Thornton told the council last night that the library board recently voetd to annex as well. The council