Monthly Archives: May 2013
ABERDEEN, Wash. - The Grays Harbor County Sheriff's Department is seeking public assistance to track down $20,000 in merchandise stolen from an Aberdeen home this week.
Chief Criminal Deputy Steve Shumate tells us sometime Thursday, unknown suspect(s) burglarized a residence
OCEAN SHORES, Wash. - The Event is to commemorate the Gallery of Ocean Shores’ 2nd Anniversary It is sponsored by the North Beach Artists’ Guild & the Seniors Sunset Times. And we invite you to stop in between 2pm and
Habitat for Humanity of Grays Harbor would like to invite you to the groundbreaking ceremony for the newest Habitat family, Mike and Becky Gosser. This important event is scheduled for Saturday June 8th at 10 am at 1606 Coolidge Rd,
OLYMPIA – May 30, 2013 – Washington State Parks is offering three “free days” in June, starting with the free day scheduled for Saturday, June 1.
On “free days,” visitors are not required to display a Discover Pass for
Opening ceremonies followed by a survivor
OLYMPIA, Wash. - The 2012-13 recreational razor clam season has come to an end. From October 2012 through May 2013, diggers harvested more than five million clams on Washington’s coastal beaches, the highest number in more than 20 years.
OLYMPIA – Recent tests of salmon from Washington’s waters show no signs of a fish virus that can be deadly to farm-raised Atlantic salmon, state, tribal and federal resource managers announced on Thursday.
OLYMPIA, Wash. - At their June 5 meeting in Montesano, the Washington Coastal Marine Advisory Council will hear updates on marine spatial planning projects, a new state law that addresses marine resource policy, and the status of funding for marine
SEATTLE, WA – Today, U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA) joined school nutrition experts and farmers and urged Congress to act on the 2013 Farm Bill, which could help make school meals healthier and support Washington agriculture jobs. The Senate