Monthly Archives: November 2011

Hundreds of Kids, Advocates to Deliver Special Session Children’s Proclamation

OLYMPIA, Wash. - The first week of Special Session will have a memorable closing day on Friday in Olympia, when hundreds of kids, parents, and advocates stand together at Children’s Alliance’s Have a Heart for Kids Day: 2011 Special

State Grants to Fund Twin-City Road Repairs

HOQUIAM, Wash. - State grants awarded to Aberdeen and Hoquiam will soon fund road repairs to 16th, Myrtle, and State streets, Hoquiam City Administrator Brian Shay explained to the city council at their meeting this week "We're getting $221-thousand to

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in Aberdeen

ABERDEEN, Wash. - Two residence had to be transported to Community Hospital yesterday when firefighters found them at a home in the 200 block of King street suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning. Captain Dave Golding with the Aberdeen Fire Department

Day 2: Eleven Arrests on Capitol Campus

OLYMPIA, Wash. - Washington State Patrol Troopers made eleven arrests on the Capitol Campus on Tuesday, and issued trespass warnings to an additional seven persons who refused to follow building rules. Four of the arrests related to disturbances created during legislative

Westport Rates Rising to Brace For Infrastructure Repairs

WESTPORT, Wash. - Sewer and water rates could soon be on the rise in Westport, Mayor Michael Bruce tells us the council approved the first reading of both at their meeting last night "The %2.5 increase helps us keep money

Mason County Death Ruled Accidental

SHELTON, Wash. - Mason County Deputies are investigating the death of a 27 year old man who was found on an Oakland Bay Beach off of the Swindlers Cove Road. The man is identified as Edward Charles Cultee, 27,

Montesano Power Outage

Power outage in Montesano, Liz Anderson with the Grays Harbor PUD tells us the outage occurred around 4:30 this afternoon and is affecting customers in the Montesano, and Central Park areas as well as along Highway 107. Crews are responding

Artic Fire Department Aid Car Stolen, Stripped, Left on Logging Road

COSMOPOLIS, Wash. - Sheriff's Deputies are investigating a burglary at the Artic Fire Department overnight. Leutenant Stowers tells us sometime between 4:20 and 5:30 this morning suspect(s) broke in and stole some equipment. Thieves then stole the department's aid car,

Home Heating Fires – A Burning Issue

OLYMPIA, Wash. - The high cost of home heating and utilities has caused many of us to turn to alternative heating sources such as space heaters, fireplaces and wood stoves. While these alternative methods of heating may be acceptable,

Port Celebrates Record Vehicle Export Year

Aberdeen, WA — The steady stream of brand new Chrysler automobiles driving on board the M/V Hoegh Beijing is a sign of the times at the Port of Grays Harbor, located on Washington State’s Pacific Coast. Through October over 30,000

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