Monthly Archives: February 2013

Ocean Shores Razor Clam Festival & Seafood Extravaganza Gets Second Day

OCEAN SHORES, Wash. - The Seventh Annual Ocean Shores Razor Clam Festival & Seafood Extravaganza presented by the Ocean Shores/North Beach, Chamber of Commerce is set for Saturday and Sunday, March 23 (9 a.m. to 6 p.m.) and March 24

Aberdeen Students Testing New Nationwide Assessments

ABERDEEN, Wash. - Students at A J West, McDermoth, and Miller in Aberdeen will participate in a nation-wide pilot test of the new “Smarter Balanced” assessments in the coming weeks. The pilot test, which is expected to involve more than

Gerry Raines Housing Authority Part 1

Gerry Raines Housing Authority Part 1

Second Resident Located After Artic House Fire

ARTIC, Wash. - Investigators have located the second person thought to be involved in a house fire this morning, unharmed and one county over. Deputy Don Warnock with the County Sheriff’s department said this morning that initially two people were

WSDOT: Airport Investment Study Tackles Funding

An airport investment study, once in the legislative arena, is now a proposed agency-initiated study. The Washington State Department of Transportation will spearhead the study to evaluate the need for preservation and safety projects

One Occupant Unaccounted For From Artic Fire

LOCATED: Second Resident Located After Artic House Fire

ARTIC, Wash. - Fire crews from Artic and Cosmopolis are waiting for the scene of a fire to cool down enough

Evergreen Tedx Event to be Simulcast at Grays Harbor College

ABERDEEN, Wash. - Electric Vehicle Tourism, Energy Efficient Homes, Ocean Acidification, and Prison sustainability are just a few of the topics to be covered during a simulcast Tedx event at the Grays Harbor College later this month.
The second

Coast Guard Responds to Listing Barge in Commencement Bay

The Coast Guard and Washington Department of Ecology are responding to a listing barge in Commencement Bay near Tacoma, Wash., Sunday.

Coast Guard Sector Puget Sound received a report at approximately 1:15 p.m., stating a 750-foot Amix Marine Services

Suspect Sought After Providing False Name, Running From Sheriff’s Deputy

WISHKAH, Wash. - Last night at approximately 7:50 pm, a patrol deputy stopped a red colored 1990 Dodge Colt for a traffic violation near mile post 10 on the Wishkah Road. Upon contact with the driver and sole occupant of