Monthly Archives: September 2011

Boil Water Advisory Lifted Central Park

ABERDEEN, Wash. - Central Park's boil water advisory was lifted Saturday morning.

PUD Lineman Stable, Recovering

ABERDEEN, Wash. - The family of the lineman injured yesterday morning while responding to a power outage reports that he has been stabilized. 40-year-old Jason Johnson was injured when he came into contact with an energized power line around 7

Hoquiam Farmer’s Market News – Autumn Edition

Thank you so much!!!!   Our Autumn Festival/Customer Appreciation Day was a resounding success!  The weather was lovely ( not too hot, not too cold), the food was scrumptious, and a good time was had by all. 

Grays Harbor Among Counties to Receive US Grant Dollars

MONTESANO, Wash. - Grays Harbor is among 11 counties in Washington receiving a 2.3 million dollar federal grant to find solutions to chronic disease in high risk counties for heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and cancer. The Washington State Department of

Grays Harbor PUD Lineman Injured

ABERDEEN, Wash. - An injury at the scene this morning will extend the outage time for about 200 South Aberdeen residents. Liz Anderson with the Grays Harbor PUD tells us a lineman working on the outage was injured when he

Aberdeen Officers Find Vehicle, Victim Refuses Litigation

ABERDEEN, Wash. - Police yesterday evening searched for two men that reportedly kidnapped another on the South side of Aberdeen. Police Seargent Art Laur tells us witnesses observed an altercation between the three around 2PM, after which two men forced

Shared Leave Program Works For Washington

LACEY, Wash. - It is Washington State employees' take on "neighbor helping neighbor." The Shared Leave system allows state workers to donate their hours of unused vacation or sick leave to coworkers who need it, due to illness,

BPA Responds to Copper Wire Theft

KENT, Wash. - Bonneville Power Administration is reacting to the rise in copper wire theft, by removing their copper wire. BPA met with media and engineers at their Covington Substation in Kent, WA yesterday to show damages incurred from the

Imperium Renewables Awarded by USDA Program

HOQUIAM, Wash. - Imperium Renewables will receive the lion's share of 830-thousand dollars awarded to six Washington energy producers. The Bioenery Program for Advanced Biofuels, supports and expands production of advanced biofuels refined from sources other than corn kernel starch.

Pacific County Homeowner Detains Burglar

NORTH COVE, Wash. - A North Cover resident who came home to find a stranger in his home called 911, then kept the man from jumping out a window Saturday afternoon. Chief Criminal Deputy Pat Matlock with the Pacific County