Monthly Archives: December 2011

One More Week For Middle Swanson’s, Talks Continue

ABERDEEN, Wash. - One more week for Swanson's employees and shoppers of the Simpson Avenue location in Aberdeen. Sources tell us employees will know more on Thursday of next week, but for now - the lights will come on Sunday

Theatre Owner Offers to donate

ABERDEEN, Wash. - Multiple fund raisers have come forward contributing to Tabitha Kowal, the young woman whom we've covered previously, diagnosed recently with stage 4 cancer. A local theatre owner has put the donation power in the public's hands, offering

Aberdeen Mayor Scraps Insurance Question

ABERDEEN, Wash. - After seeing the costs involved in a city-paid medical plan, Aberdeen Mayor Bill Simpson has told Finance Director Kathryn Skolrood not to bother drafting a resolution for city council review "the only request I had to Eric

Planned Power Outage Next Week

ABERDEEN, Wash. - Grays Harbor PUD plans to conduct a planned power outage that will impact the Summit Village Apartments (about 47 customers) located at 212 North “F” Street in Elma on Wednesday, January 4, 2012. The outage is planned

Court Sides With County on Marijuana Dispensory Owner’s Allegations

MONTESANO, Wash. - The court has sided with the Grays Harbor County Sheriff's Department over allegations that a Sheriff's Deputy extorted the owner of a medical marijuana dispensary in Elma for sex. Marcus Searls sought $15-million from the county when

Judge Orders Clean Water Act Compliance

VANCOUVER, Wash. - Salmon - and anything else swimming in waterways around Vancouver - could have a better new year after a court decision this week. On Wednesday, U.S. District Court Judge Ronald Leighton ruled that Clark County has to

State Patrol Says Have a Plan Before You Party This Weekend

The Washington State Patrol is asking motorists to plan ahead for safe travels this New Year’s weekend.

Trooper Troy Briggs tells us, the State Patrol is seeking the public’s help and cooperation in making this weekend safe for all who will

Westport Library Turns This Many (5)

WESTPORT, Wash. - A public celebration will mark the fifth anniversary of the current Westport Timberland Library building. Events on three January weekends are planned by library employees with support from the Friends of the Westport Timberland Library.

The festivities begin

Re-Tree This Weekend

MONTESANO, Wash. - Every year Grays Harbor County partners with local Scout troups to collect Christmas Trees. This event usually begins the weekend after Christmas and continues for the next two weekends after that. The Christmas trees can be dropped

Rain & Windy Conditions to Continue

MONTESANO, Wash. - Windy conditions will continue into Saturday morning. Winds will be 20-25 mph sustained and could gust to 35-45 mph along the coast.

During the next few days, steady rain will continue to fall. Grays Harbor County Emergency Management