Monthly Archives: November 2012
Note to Elf:
1. Have suit cleaned and pressed. Chocolate stains on front are still visible. My bad.
2. Wax & Polish sleigh- want to be able to see my reflection in that baby!
3. Start December exercise routine in Reindeer compound.
RAYMOND, Wash. - The state Department of Ecology (Ecology) is holding an informational public meeting about developing a new water quality permit for commercial shellfish growers to treat non-native Japanese eelgrass that has colonized their commercial clam beds in Willapa
ABERDEEN, Wash. - A public reception will be held December 14, 2012 honoring Grays Harbor PUD Commissioner Tom Casey who is retiring from the Board of Commissioners after almost 30 years of service. Casey is the longest serving Grays Harbor PUD
ELMA, Wash. - The Grays Harbor County Sheriff's Department reports they have made two arrests in reference to the Anchor Bank Robbery in Elma on November 20th. Chief Criminal Deputy Steve Shumate tells us investigators contacted authorities at the Mason County
ELMA, Wash. - A full scale disaster exercise next week in the East County might turn some heads, Chuck Wallace with the county Emergency Management Agency tells us an exercise involving Northwest Pipeline (Natural Gas) and various Grays Harbor response
ABERDEEN, Wash. - The Aberdeen Police Department, and it's interagency SWAT Team will be getting some new body armor, compliments of a new tenant at the Port of Grays Harbor. Reed Composite Solutions will donate 10 sets of the lifesaving
RAYMOND, Wash. - Drivers on both directions of State Route 105 west of Raymond will encounter an enforceable speed limit reduction starting at 7 a.m. Monday, Dec. 3.
The speed limit will be temporarily reduced from 55 mph to 25 mph from