Monthly Archives: June 2013

DeBolt and Braun applaud $28.2 million allocation for flood protection

Today, Rep. Richard DeBolt, R-Chehalis, and Sen. John Braun, R-Centralia, supported the 2013-15 Capital Budget which allocates $28.2 million for flood protection in the Chehalis River Basin.

“Lewis County has been devastated by floods twice in the past decade. Today, we

Dan Boeholt Lake Quinault closed to all non-tribal use

Elma man allegedly forces ex-girlfriend to help him steal propane tanks from Warm company

ELMA, Wash. - Yesterday morning at approximately 4:30 am, an alarm was activated at The Warm Company on Niels Lane of Elma.  This particular alarm has notification sent to an employee.  The employee later responded to the company and discovered someone

Wrong way driver collides with Aberdeen police cruiser

ABERDEEN, Wash. - Police Officer Rathbun was not seriously injured yesterday after a wrong-way driver collided with his marked patrol car at the intersection of Wishkah and Alder streets in Aberdeen. Captain John Green tells us it happened just

Hoquiam completes spray park at Art Pocklington, just in time for heatwave

HOQUIAM, Wash. - With the great weather in the forecast, the city of Hoquiam is opening their new spray park today at Art Pocklington Central Play Park, Mayor Jack Durney said the park has always been a favorite "I grew

Alleged Metal Theft Family Arrested in Oakville

OAKVILLE, Wash. - The Grays Harbor County Sheriff's department yesterday arrested a mother, son, and girlfriend for allegedly stealing about half of a $10,000 Quonset Hut.

Yesterday (06/26/13) at about 9:30 am, deputies received a complaint from a concerned citizen that two

Copalis Crossing could lose ambulance service on Monday

COPALIS CROSSING, Wash. - The fire district that covers Copalis Crossing in North Grays Harbor is hoping a deal can be reached with the City of Hoquiam before ambulance service is cut off on Monday.
With a new commissioner on their board,

Ocean Shores teen to represent Washington at JDRF 2013 Children’s Congress

OCEAN SHORES, Wash. - Blythe Beebe, 17 of Ocean Shores has big plans for this summer. She has been selected by JDRF to join 150 other children from around the country in Washington, D.C., to remind their Members of Congress of

Quinault Nation to warn some Lake Quinault landowners by mail

UPDATE: Quinault Tribe reopens Lake Quinault to swimming, water quality still a concern

LAKE QUINAULT, Wash. - Some landowners on Lake Quinault will be getting letters in the mail soon advising them

Administrative Changes Announced at Aberdeen School District

ABERDEEN, Wash. - Aberdeen Superintendent Thomas Opstad announced today several administrative reassignments at the secondary level effective July 1.

Rocky Rockquin, principal at Aberdeen High School, and Sherri Northington, principal at Harbor High School, will become co-principals at Aberdeen High