Monthly Archives: March 2014

What can be done to save the Historic Enchanted Valley Chalet in the Olympic National Park?

Enchanted Valley Chalet in the Olympic National Park

The Enchanted Valley Chalet in the Olympic National Park is reaching a tipping point, 13 miles above the Graves Creek trail head in the Quinault Valley, the historic chalet is loosing ground to the the East Fork of the Quinault

WDFW to review status of western gray squirrel, seeks public comment

Western Gray Squirrel

OLYMPIA – The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is seeking updated information on western gray squirrels as the agency reviews the species’ threatened status in Washington. WDFW is looking for information on topics such as the condition of

$75-thousand in damages, no injuries reported from Aberdeen house fire

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Aberdeen firefighters chased a blaze into the walls of a two story home just before midnight Sunday night. Battalion Chief Troy Palmer tells us smoke was visible from the first floor when crews arrived in the 1000 block of Lafeyette.

Multiple arrests at alleged drug house in Aberdeen

Aberdeen Police Department

Aberdeen Police arrested five at a busy home on West First street last night. Corporal Darrin King tells us neighbors living next to a gas station are getting fed up with traffic in and out of this home. “There’s just

Man ditches car in Aberdeen after hit-and-run in Hoquiam, arrested in foot

Hoquiam Police Department

A Hit and Run driver was reported early this morning at speeds of over 70 miles per hour between Hoquiam and Aberdeen. He was picked up after attempting to ditch his car near the Aberdeen Animal Shelter. Hoquiam Sgt. Mitchel

Multiple agencies converge on two locations to make suspected Child Pornography arrest in Mason County

Mason County Sheriff's Department

On Thursday, March 27, 2014, Detectives from the Mason County Sheriff’s Office, the Seattle Police Department and the Squaxin Island Department of Public Safety served multiple search warrants at the same time in two different locations, Belfair and Seattle.  The

Army Corps. commences emergency repairs to Taholah seawall, heavy traffic expected

The U.S. Corps of Engineers has commenced work on the Quinault Indian Nation (QIN) sea wall and Quinault has issued an advisory that this will result in increased traffic from Aberdeen to Taholah along the ocean beach road and State

Second arrest made after Lebam attempted burglary

Pacific County Sheriff's Office

The Pacific County Sheriff’s Office has made a second arrest in the investigation of a Lebam burglary. Chief Criminal Deputy Pat Matlock said they received a call around 11 yesterday morning that there were two people burglarizing a woman’s home,

Frank Gordon – Grays Harbor County Commissioner

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Ron Schmidt and Mikel Michener – Worksource Grays Harbor

WorkSource Grays Harbor

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