Monthly Archives: May 2014

Gary Nelson – Executive Director at The Port of Grays Harbor

Gary Nelson talks Crude by Rail, and upgrades at the Port.   Part 1 Part 2

Jack Durney – Hoquiam Mayor

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Dave and Kathy – Senior Information on Coffee Talk – May 27, 2014

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Back to Health with Dr. Mark Van Hemert May 27, 2014

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Michael Bruce – Westport Mayor

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Hoquiam staff and firefighters reach tentative agreement to avoid layoffs

Hoquiam

The Hoquiam Fire Department has reached an agreement with its union and the city to avoid planned layoffs of two firefighters and two paramedics. In the final week of their 30 day’s notice they were notified after the city and the Union met

Law enforcement administrators meet in Pacific County to discuss trending issues

Pacific County Sheriff Meeting

The Pacific County Sheriff recently hosted a meeting of local law enforcement administrators to discuss several regional issues. The combined agency meeting was to further efforts by each of the agencies to share information and resources, and work together towards

Just a drill at Aberdeen High School today, “Every 32 Minutes”

Every 32 Minutes AHS 2012

ABERDEEN, Wash. – Emergency responders are all over Aberdeen High School today, some students are being medically evacuated, others’ bodies pulled from a wrecked car, others will be pronounced dead.  Others will read the obituaries of their best friends over

Montesano man jailed after high speed chase on stolen motorcycle

Grays Harbor County Sheriff's Office

A tip led police on a high speed motorcycle chase, the wreck of a Montesano Police vehicle, and K9 track to arrest a Montesano man Tuesday night. Grays Harbor County Undersheriff David Pimentel tells us around 10:45 last night detectives

Grays Harbor Community Foundation awards $68,779 in Discretionary Grants in 2nd quarter

The Grays Harbor Community Foundation is pleased to be able to invest $68,779 into the community through its second quarter discretionary grants cycle. The Foundation has been a resource to Grays Harbor County non-profits by offering a quarterly discretionary grants

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