Monthly Archives: December 2012
(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
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
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
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
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
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.