Monthly Archives: October 2012

Ocean Park Man Arrested For Delivery and Possession Of Meth

Ocean Park, WA. – On October 30th, deputies with the Pacific County Drug Task Force served a narcotics related search warrant upon a residence located near 250th and Z Street in Ocean Park. Also assisting with the service of the

New Web Portal Links Small Businesses to Export Grants, Loans, and Counseling

The Washington State Department of Commerce has launched a new web portal that streamlines access to government and nonprofit programs to help small and medium sized businesses grow through exporting. 

The site is designed for all businesses, from young startups beginning

FBI Report Shows Some Crime on The Rise in Grays Harbor

ABERDEEN, Wash. - The Federal Beauru of Investigations this week released their annual Crime in the United States report for American cities. Aberdeen saw 200 less Larceny Theft incidents than 2010, while Hoquiam saw Motor Vehicle thefts drop from 25

Hoquiam Man Dies in Mason County Collision

POTLACH, Wash. - The Mason County Coroner has released the names of the two people who died Tuesday afternoon in a traffic fatality on State Route 101 near Potlatch.
Mason County Coroner Wes Stockwell identified the dead as 51 year old

Wild Olympics-Commissioned Report Says Wild Olympics Will Not Affect Timber Jobs

Quilcene, WA - Stewardship Forestry, an independent forestry consultant, released a study today on the impact of the Wild Olympics Wilderness and Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (H.R. 5995/ S.3329) on the Olympic National Forest (ONF) timber supply. The question

FEMA: Here Comes The Rain

OLYMPIA, Wash. - The rainy season has arrived in the Pacific Northwest and that means residents should prepare for the possibility of flooding. In addition, residents living near areas impacted by summer wildfires may face an increased risk of

Public Meetings Scheduled on Tsunami Marine Debris

OLYMPIA, Wash. - The Washington State Marine Debris Task Force is inviting people to three community meetings on the Pacific coast to gather feedback and answer questions about the state plan for responding to marine debris that may cross the Pacific

Senator Maria Cantwell to Visit Aberdeen Today

ABERDEEN, Wash. - Senator Maria Cantwell visits Aberdeen today, along with, Shelton and Olympia as part of the Washington Democrats’ 26-stop “Jobs for Washington" tour.
Joining her at different stops throughout the day will be Derek Kilmer, candidate for

Hoquiam Farmer’s Market News – Remodel Edition

Remodeling. The very word causes me to shudder convulsively. I had decided after the last big project that my sanity couldn’t survive another remodel. But that was several years ago, and the pain faded into distant memory. Remodeling is much

State Disciplines Health Care Providers

OLYMPIA ¾ The Washington State Department of Health has revoked or suspended the licenses, certifications, or registrations of health care providers in our state. The department has also immediately suspended the credentials of people who have been prohibited from