Monthly Archives: August 2011

Layoffs Possible For Grays Harbor County Departments

MONTESANO, Wash. - Layoffs or Furloughs could be coming to Grays Harbor County next year. The Commissioners decided yesterday to request another %4 in budget cuts going into 2012. Commissioner Terry Willis said "That will be a total of 7%

Fourth Map Adopted, Public Meet Pending

MONTESANO, Wash. - Redistricting Grays Harbor now officially has a fourth option, The Grays Harbor County Commissioners accepted the proposal for the fourth map yesterday, Commissioner Terry Willis tells us "In this case Cosmopolis is included in District 3."
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Car Seats Save Two Toddlers From Head On Collision

OAKVILLE, Wash. - Car seats saved two toddlers from a head on collision on Highway 12 last night when a 2006 Chrysler Sebring struck the guardrail 2 miles north of Oakville and crossed the center line colliding with an Eastbound

Hoquiam Man Borrows, Reportedly Wrecks, Friend’s Truck

ABERDEEN, Wash. - A Hoquiam man was in custody Monday morning after allegedly crashing his friend's truck into multiple parked cars and racking up a laundry list of charges. Aberdeen Police Captain John Green tells us a 2004 Ford F150

Aberdeen Police Investigate Assault

ABERDEEN, Wash. -  Police are looking for a newer white Chevy pickup after a reported assault over the weekend. Captain John Green tells us a woman in the emergency room of Community Hospital reported that the truck pulled alongside her

Aberdeen Man Seeks Arrest

ABERDEEN, Wash. - Following a recent statement by Police Chief Bob Torgerson that officers are seeing more mental health issues on Aberdeen streets, an unidentified man threw a brick through the front window of the Jodesha Broadcasting Offices on Simpson

Missing Person Located

HOQUIAM, Wash. - A missing person reported by Hoquiam Police was found over the weekend, Grays Harbor County Dispatch says Ronald W Karbo was located Saturday morning getting off of a bus from Olympia. Karbo was reported missing by family

Aberdeen Running Start Students Ready to Run

ABERDEEN, Wash. - High School students have rearranged their schedules and changed a few plans to work around new legislation on the State's Running Start Program, as Grays Harbor College President Ed Brewster tells us "these are changes limiting the

Stevens Invites Parents to Participate in Flagship STEM School

ABERDEEN, Wash. - An Aberdeen Elementary School is hiring; parents. Although pay may only be lunch with your kids, Stevens Elementary Principal Kathleen Werner says one of their newer approaches to educating students is involving adults and the work that

Grays Harbor County Sheriff: Crime up, Budget Down

MONTESANO, Wash. - As budgeting talks continue for the Grays Harbor County Sheriff's Department, Sheriff Mike Wheelan tells us staffing is already low "we had 88 people, now we have 80, and we're looking at the possibility of having even