Monthly Archives: December 2012

EPA Issues Burn Ban For Some Indian Reservations in Washington

(Seattle– Dec. 31, 2012) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has called a burn ban on all outdoor burning starting Monday Dec. 31 for several Indian reservations in Washington due to stagnant air conditions as a high pressure system settles in

Bi-Mart Preps New Location in Aberdeen, Plans to Open in 2013

ABERDEEN, Wash. - The Aberdeen Bi-Mart location is a "go." By the end of 2013, the membership discount store plans to either occupy or replace the former Rite Aid building on Myrtle street.
Director of Advertising, Don Leber said yesterday, "We'd

State Task Force Continues to Monitor Dock on Olympic National Park Coastline

FORKS, Wash. - A dock suspected to have been set adrift by the March 2011 Japanese tsunami remains beached on a remote and rugged section of the Olympic National Park coastline, state officials said today.

State responders are developing a plan

Mason County Boil Water Advisory Lifted

OLYMPIA - Most of the 700 Mason County homes and businesses that lost water service after weather-related power outages along Hood Canal have returned to normal. There’s no longer any need to boil the tap water.

A boil-water advisory issued Wednesday remains

Satsop Business Park Comes of Age

ELMA – More than a dozen years after a Public Development Authority was created to transform an abandoned nuclear power plant site in Elma, Wash., into a mixed-use business park, the Board of Directors for the Grays Harbor Public Development

Ken Estes Festival of Lights Part 2

Ken Estes Festival of Lights Part 1

State Budget a Likely Topic at Legislative Sendoff Luncheon January 8th

ABERDEEN, Wash. - Business leaders throughout Grays Harbor will be at the annual Legislative Send-Off luncheon next month. The Greater Grays Harbor Inc. event is a chance to talk one-on-one with state legislators before they go to Olympia.
With a court

Central Park Residents on Precautionary Boil Water Advisory

Central Park, WA - Grays Harbor Water District #2 (AKA Central Park Water) is on a precautionary Boil Water Advisory due to loss of pressure resulting from a main break. Initial reports from the State Department of Health

End of The Year Razor Clam Dig Approved

OLYMPIA - State fishery managers have approved an end-of-the-year razor clam dig over four evenings, leading up to and including New Year’s Eve.

They also announced a tentative schedule for additional digs in 2013, subject to prior testing for marine toxins.