Monthly Archives: March 2014

Aberdeen Police seek info on attempted child abduction

Aberdeen Police are looking for tips on a possible attempted kidnapping yesterday in the 500 block of W. Huntley Street. Police Captain John Green tells us just before 4 P.M.Wednesday they were called to the 500 block of W. Huntley

WDFW will hold two public meetings on hoof disease in S.W. Washington

Hoof Rot Disease

OLYMPIA – State wildlife managers believe they are close to determining the cause of hoof disease in southwest Washington elk and plan to hold two meetings in April to share results to date and answer questions from the public. The

Quinault Nation Declares State of Emergency

Fawn Sharp, President of the Quinault Indian Nation, declared a state of emergency Tuesday night due to a breach in the Taholah seawall and destruction of a smokehouse, other outbuildings and properties in the lower village. The damage was caused

Regional specialists ready to help with enrollment in Apple Health

Washington Apple Health

OLYMPIA – The Health Care Authority (HCA), in partnership with community organizations across Washington, is providing community-based enrollment specialists to help people enroll in Washington Apple Health, the state’s Medicaid program. Since its launch in October 2013, more than 750,000

Hoquiam native performs for U.S. President Barack Obama in Belgium

Lively sings for Obama in Belgium

Hoquiam native Kim Lively recently performed for President Barack Obama in Belgium. The singer with the SHAPE International Band tells us the White House asked for her by name to sing the Belgian and US national anthems for Obama, King

Public meeting tonight on Wilderness Stewardship Plan for Olympic National Park

Olympic National Park

The public comment period opened earlier this month on a Wilderness Stewardship Plan in the Olympic National Park. The National Park Service reports four alternatives are being discussed, a public meeting has been set for March 26th from 5 –

Free class for Managing Your Medications at Summit Pacific Medical Center

Andrew J. Burton, PharmD who will be leading a free discussion on managing medications.

Elma, Washington – The community is invited to attend a free community education seminar on March 28th from 4pm to 5pm at Summit Pacific Medical Center in Elma (600 East Main Street). The class, “Managing Your Medications,” will be led

PUD announces planned outage on Elma-McCleary Road April 12

Grays Harbor PUD

ABERDEEN – The Grays Harbor Public Utility District and the City of McCleary have coordinated a planned power outage which will impact PUD customers east of Elma to the McCleary city limits.  The outage will begin at 11:45 PM on

Raymond woman arrested on Narcotics and Stolen Property related charges

Pacific County Sheriff's Office

Raymond, WA. – On March 24th, a woman identified as Angela Williams, age 47, of Raymond was arrested at her residence located within the 1400 block of Larch Street. Her arrest culminated a lengthy investigation by the Pacific County Drug

Greater Grays Harbor Inc. Board awards $2,500 to Aberdeen Business Week

Greater Grays Harbor Inc.

Greater Grays Harbor, Inc. is pleased to announce that the board has elected to grant $2,500 to Aberdeen High School’s In-School Business Week. The money comes from GGHI’s Educational Fund, and will mean approximately 220 high school juniors will be