Monthly Archives: March 2013

Steve Steinman March 2013 Part 4

Amanda Knox says it’s “painful” to have acquittal overturned

SEATTLE (AP) — Amanda Knox says an Italian court's verdict overturning her acquittal and ordering a new trial is "painful."

Knox said in a statement through her spokesman, Dave Marriott, it was "painful" that Italy's highest criminal court ruled Tuesday that

Hoquiam and Department of Corrections to Open City Jail April 1

HOQUIAM, Wash. - No fooling, as we reported to you last week, the city of Hoquiam will open their jail full time soon. Police Chief Jeff Myers said last week "Our first two Police Service Officers graduated, with the three

Steve Steinman March 2013 Part 3

Steve Steinman March 2013 Part 2

Steve Steinman March 2013 Part 1

NBCIA welcomes County Commissioner and Chair, Herb Welch

NBCIA North Beach Community Improvement Association
Guest Speaker's Event welcomes Grays Harbor County Commissioner and Chair, Herb Welch

Topics will include the Resident Deputy Program, The Shell Fish Protection District and the Pacific Beach Sewer Treatment Plant.

Cantwell Joins President Obama for Signing of San Juan Islands National Monument Declaration

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA) joined President Obama in the Oval Office for the signing of a Presidential National Monument declaration for nearly 1,000 acres of federally owned land on the San Juan Islands. The new

State and federal agencies respond to boat beached at Long Beach

LONG BEACH – Local, state and federal agencies are responding to an approximately 20-foot boat that washed ashore today on the Long Beach Peninsula in Pacific County.

Possible Tsunami BoatAgencies are evaluating

D&R Theater Contemplates Two Names For “Thank You” Concert

ABERDEEN, Wash. - With the reopening of the D&R Theater in Aberdeen, Owner John Yonich said this morning that he has two names in mind for a reduced, or free "thank-you" concert he wants to hold for the community "I