Monthly Archives: June 2012

Two Arrested After Vehicle Prowl in Hoquiam

HOQUIAM, Wash. - The investigation into a vehicle prowl complaint led to two arrests this week in Hoquiam. Detective Seargent Shane Krohn tells us around 10 Monday morning, a 20 year old Hoquiam woman told officers that her purse had

Aberdeen Superhero?

ABERDEEN, Wash. - The city of Aberdeen may have a superhero, but at this point he's evaded police detection.
Witnesses spotted a man wearing a blue suit and mask, running against traffic on Wishkah street in downtown Aberdeen around three

Aberdeen Fire Crews Contain Structure Fire on Randall

ABERDEEN, Wash. - Fire crews worked to contain a structure fire this morning in the 100 block of Randal street. Battalion Chief Mark Dulin tells us the fire had a good head start, and an excess of fuel because the

County Adopts Road Plan That Focuses on Bridges

MONTESANO, Wash. - The Grays Harbor County Commissioners this week reviewed their 6 year Transportation Improvement Plan, County Engineer Russ Esses said the county has 36 projects identified as shovel-ready. The top project on the list was maintenance work on

Pontoon Repairs Complete in Aberdeen, More Work Needed

ABERDEEN, Wash. - Repairs have been successfully implemented on four pontoons under construction in Aberdeen for the new State Route 520 floating bridge, the Washington State Department of Transportation said today. The repairs included removing concrete, adding reinforcing steel rebar

Body Washes Ashore in Ocean Shores

OCEAN SHORES, Wash. - At approximately 4 this morning, the Ocean Shores Police Department discovered a body that had washed to shore near the Ocean Lake Beach Approach. An officer on patrol saw the body near the tide line. The

Celebrate an Old Fashioned 4th at Westport

Head to Westport for their all-day 4th of July celebration, capped by fireworks at Firecracker Point at dusk. Watch for the huge (30'x50') American flag Museum visible 5 miles away to guide you to the Maritime Museum grounds, and a

Community Foundation Selects Artist for Weatherwax Project

Adam Kuby, a Portland-based artist, has been recommended to create a significant public artwork that will be funded by the Grays Harbor Community Foundation in cooperation with the City of Aberdeen.
The Simpson Triangle, a highly traveled site between

Seven Inlets Spa to Open at Little Creek Casino

Little Creek Casino Resort announces the grand opening of their newest amenity the Seven Inlets Spa slated for July 6, 2012.

little creek spa

This full service spa boasts

Hoquiam Police Return Wallet Left at Scene of Burglary, Arrest Owner

HOQUIAM, Wash. - A burglar apparently left his wallet at the scene of the crime Monday morning, Hoquiam officers were happy to return it, and offer a night's stay for burglary in the second degree. The 19 year old told

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