Monthly Archives: January 2014

Hoquiam man arrested over ‘large amount’ of sexually explicit images

Detectives from the Washington State Patrol (WSP) Missing and Exploited Children’s Task Force (MECTF) with the assistance of detectives from the WSP Criminal Investigation Division and the Hoquiam Police Department have arrested a man for possessing and dealing a large

Aberdeen school bus involved in traffic accident

South Aberdeen accident

Some Aberdeen grade school students took a little longer getting home today, after a 2-vehicle accident at the intersection of Boone and Cushing street left bus 103 t-boned by a full size Chevy SUV on the South side of Aberdeen

Man Arrested For Attempting To Elude A Police Vehicle And Outstanding Warrants

Raymond, WA – On January 30th a deputy with the Pacific County Drug Task Force observed a male subject identified as Justin F. Bailey (age 38), of Cosmopolis, driving a vehicle in the Raymond area. The deputy had prior knowledge

Kilmer announces STEM competition for local high school students

House App Contest

Representative Derek Kilmer today invited high school students from Washington’s 6th Congressional District to participate in the first annual Congressional Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Academic Competition, “The House STEM App Challenge.” This new nationwide competition is designed to

Rainier Agility

Dog agility is a fun and exciting sport in which handlers direct their dogs through a complex course of challenging obstacles. Agility is enjoyed by people and dogs of all ages. So, come on out to the Grays Harbor Fairgrounds

WDFW Commission set to consider policy on Grays Harbor salmon fisheries

WDFW Fishing

OLYMPIA – The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission will consider adopting a new policy to guide salmon management in Grays Harbor and an updated policy for sturgeon fisheries on the lower Columbia River at a public meeting scheduled Feb. 7-8

Facebook group locates owner of charm bracelet lost years ago in Hoquiam

Darlene's facebook post read "FOUND---several years ago a charm bracelet with a picture of a little girl and six kids names on it. They are Kenny 11-29-61, Tommy 5-19-64, Cathy 10-13-58,Karen 12-18-64, Jimmy 12-28-61 and Mike 9-17-58. If there is anyone who might know this family I would love to return the bracelet. I did try to find the owner when I first found it in front of my gate on Sumner Avenue in Hoquiam."

A long lost family heirloom has been recovered thanks to a local facebook group. Hoquiam resident Darlene Beardslee tells us she found the bracelet several years ago in front of her yard on Sumner Avenue. “I picked it up and

Rachel’s Challenge comes to HMS thanks to Hoquiam Girl Scouts

Rachels Challenge

A pair of Hoquiam girl scouts spent their summer working odd jobs to bring a nationwide program on bullying to their middle school. Eight graders Thyme and Linzey raised $2,000 over the summer, and with a match from Hoquiam School District

Back to Health with Dr. Mark Van Hemert January 28, 2014

Dr Mark discusses talk radio, and pre-menstrual acne.   Part 1   Part 2   Contact Hoquiam Chiropractic Accident & Injury Clinic 320 23rd Street Hoquiam, WA 98550 Phone: (360) 533-6400

Back to Health with Dr. Mark Van Hemert January 28, 2014

Part 1 Part 2   Contact Hoquiam Chiropractic Accident & Injury Clinic 320 23rd Street Hoquiam, WA 98550 Phone: (360) 533-6400