Monthly Archives: March 2012
The National Weather Service has issued a flood watch for a portion of Western Washington...including Grays Harbor County, through this evening.
Rainfall this morning could be enough to drive the chehalis river at porter above flood stage, this afternoon.
OLYMPIA – On Monday, April 2, the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) will begin closing access to illegal, unauthorized mountain bike trails and structures in the North Fork Nooksack forest block in northeastern Whatcom County. The trails were
ABERDEEN, Wash. - Long time banker, Kerry V Dickman, joins Bank of the Pacific as Residential Real Estate Lender.
Residential Real Estate Assistant Angela Burgess tells us Kerry’s banking career spans 40 years, working in the Grays Harbor area since 2004. His creativity,
ABERDEEN, Wash. - Grays Harbor Community Hospital announced a plan to restructure its workforce to better adapt to the changing environment and to be more efficient at the same time on Friday.
The national economy is affecting health-care organizations across the
ABERDEEN, Wash. - Police are investigating a rash of burglaries at area coffee stands that appear to be escalating. Police Captain John Green tells us A window was broken at Harbor Coffee on Oak street twice, on March 7th and
OCEAN SHORES, Wash. - The Ocean Shores/North Beach Chamber of Commerce has announced that Patricia Wright has accepted the position of Executive Director starting April 1, 2012. Patricia Wright is currently the owner/operator of A Plus For Us, a women’s clothing
OCEAN SHORES, Wash. - Wrapping up one of their last events as Co-Executive Directors of the Ocean Shores North Beach Chamber of Commerce, Mark and Holly Plackett said
ABERDEEN, Wash. - The Lady Washington, the Official Ship of the State of Washington, and her companion ship Hawaiian Chieftain, as well as the Grays Harbor Historical Seaport Authority, are participating in a new project to raise awareness of the
SEATTLE, Wash. - Representatives from Federal and State Mitigation departments in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington are meeting this week in downtown Seattle to compare notes and hear new ideas about Hazard Mitigation.
Hazard Mitigation is one way communities prepare for