Monthly Archives: November 2013

Tragic end for one man after Thanksgiving day argument with family

HOQUIAM, Wash. - A Thanksgiving day argument ended in suicide last night in Hoquiam, after a 29 year old man allegedly pistol whipped a female family member then drove into town and shot himself. Sgt. Jeff Salstrom tells KBKW they

Phone survey for crude/coal by rail is not a product of the Port

ABERDEEN, Wash. - The Port of Grays Harbor's Commission has learned of a phone survey being conducted to gauge the level of support for the development of a coal export facility at the Port of Grays Harbor. The Port tells KBKW

State Patrol looking for victims after ID thieves found with several names

SHELTON, Wash. - The Washington State Patrol is warning merchants in Pacific County that after taking a male and female into custody on identity theft charges, they found numerous checks, a check printer and several identifications in different names. Checks

US Army conducting helicopter exercises at Satsop Business Park

ELMA, Wash. - We'll see some helicopters over the Satsop Business Park next week. The Regional Education and Training Center client, US Army SOAR(A) team, will be conducting aerial helicopter exercises the night of Wednesday, December 4, 2013. The exercises

Hoquiam couple allegedly walk woman to cash her check, then rob her

HOQUIAM, Wash. - Police quickly tracked down a man and woman who reportedly robbed a 54 year old Hoquiam woman, after walking with her to the 2700 block of Simpson Avenue to cash her check.
Deputy Chief Don Wertanen tells

Vini Samuel declines prosecutor appointment

MONTESANO, Wash. - Grays Harbor County faces a difficult situation with what could become a precedent-setting decision, just to find a County Prosecutor. The commissioners today heard their answer from appointee Vini Samuel, not only did she decline she urged

No injuries as fire guts East Aberdeen home early Wednesday

ABERDEEN, Wash. - A fire gutted a single family home in East Aberdeen Wednesday morning. Battallion Chief Bill Mayne said they've investigated but the cause remains undetermined at this time. No injuries were reported, however a family pet did not

Dave and Kathy Senior Center November 2013 Part 2

Dave and Kathy Senior Center November 2013 Part 1

Fire investigation will keep Pioneer Avenue closed for now in Montesano

MONTESANO, Wash. - Pioneer street through downtown Montesano will remain closed in front of a burned out building through the weekend, Police Chief Brett Vance said they should have the roadway open in time for the rest of the holidays.

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