Monthly Archives: April 2013

Washington Legislature approves new courthouse protections

OLYMPIA, Wash. - The Legislature has approved a bipartisan measure proposed by Attorney General Bob Ferguson to extend current courthouse protections

Hit and Run Driver Allegedly Surveyed Victim

ABERDEEN, Wash. - Police are asking for tips in the investigation of a hit-and-run incident in Aberdeen last week that, according to eye witnesses, threw one man to the ground. Captain John Green tells us it happened in the 100

Grays Harbor Community Foundation Grant Recipients Announced

ABERDEEN, Wash. - The Grays Harbor Community Foundation has contacted all 5, and of the 22 proposals, the 7th Street Theatre will be receiving funding towards a new HVAC system, The Polson Museum received funding for their third phase of

US 101 Simpson Avenue Bridge in Hoquiam to close for routine inspection May 6-8

HOQUIAM – From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, May 6-8, the Washington State Department of Transportation will close both lanes of the US 101 Simpson Avenue Bridge while crews perform a routine scheduled bridge inspection.


Bass Pro Confirms New Store Location Planned for Tacoma

Springfield, Missouri - Bass Pro Shops, America’s most popular outdoor store, will locate its very first store in the Pacific Northwest in Tacoma, Washington at the highly visible intersection of I-5 and 72nd Street—a main north/south corridor through the Seattle area and

Grays Harbor Community Foundation Awards $179,000 to Eleven Harbor Organizations

ABERDEEN, Wash. - The Grays Harbor Community Foundation yesterday awarded just under $179-thousand through their fourth quarter grants cycle. Program Officer Cassie Lentz tells us "We received 8 discretionary grant applications and we funded 6 of them, total funding was

Grays Harbor Could Play a Role in Statewide Drone Flight Center

 Moses Lake, WA - Some Grays Harbor Organizations are among a consortium of Washington-based organizations that will soon submit the final section of a proposal to site an unmanned aircraft system research and testing facility in central Washington. If successful,

State Parks seeks Boating Safety Advisory Council member

OLYMPIA, Wash. - The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission is seeking an experienced hunter or angler who uses a boat in their sport to serve on the Boating Safety Advisory Council. 

The deadline for submitting applications is May

No Injuries From Small Structure Fire in Aberdeen

ABERDEEN, Wash. - Fire crews quickly dowsed a small structure fire in the 1300 block of Morgan street this morning. Fire Chief Tom Hubbard reports no injuries "little, looks like a 10 by 10 garden shed, older and who knows

State to begin health tests of popular beaches

OLYMPIA – The state’s BEACH Program will soon begin testing the state’s most popular saltwater beaches for bacteria to prevent people from getting sick from playing in the water.

The federally funded, state-run BEACH (Beach Environmental Assessment, Communication and Health) Program