Monthly Archives: February 2012

Quinault Tribe Sends Sharp Message

ABERDEEN, Wash. - A reply letter from the Quinault Indian Nation says they plan to move ahead with a QMart2 store near B street 7-11 in Aberdeen. President Fawn Sharp said in her letter that a best-use analysis led to

Jack Durney Part 2 February 28, 2012

Jack Durney Part 1 February 28, 2012

Washington Employment Numbers Surge in January

OLYMPIA, Wash. - Washington’s employment picture brightened in January, as the unemployment rate fell to a seasonally adjusted, estimated rate of 8.3 percent and the state enjoyed an estimated gain of 13,200 jobs, according to the state Employment Security Department.

Employment

Hoquiam Teacher Resigns Amid Investigation of Immoral Behavior

HOQUIAM, Wash. - Wesley Phillips has resigned as science teacher at Hoquiam High School. Placed on administrative leave earlier this month, Phillips faces felony charges of voyeurism and communicating with a minor for immoral purposes involving as many as four

Hoquiam Farmer’s Market News – Leap Day Edition

Oh my- it’s a winter wonderland this morning! We have guests arriving from Orlando today, they may go into shock! The rains will be here very soon, take a bit of time to marvel at the elegance that snow creates.

Strong Returns of Columbia River Chinook, Coastal Coho Projected

OLYMPIA, Wash. - Fishing opportunities look promising for chinook in Washington’s ocean waters and the Columbia River, as well as for coho in coastal bays and rivers, according to preseason salmon forecasts released today at a public meeting in Olympia.

Forecasts

Gary Murrell February 27, 2012

Ron Armstrong February 27, 2012

Agencies Take Action to Prevent Wild Geoduck Poaching

OLYMPIA, Wash. - The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) are joining forces to prevent poaching of wild geoduck from Washington waters, after recent surveys in south Puget Sound indicated that the

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