Monthly Archives: June 2014

Jim Walsh on CoffeeTalk

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Miss Grays Harbor 2013 Lauren Kuhn crowned Miss Massachusetts 2014

Lauren Kuhn Miss Mass 2014

Miss Grays Harbor 2013 Lauren Kuhn was crowned as the 75th Miss Massachusetts over the weekend, she said from her hotel room this morning “I’m so excited, and the girls are amazing there, I tell you what the competition was

MRAP leads parade to front door of conflict, then through downtown Aberdeen

Aberdeen Police Armored Car

Aberdeen Police arrested a man on assault in the first degree charges this morning following a standoff that ended with the use of their new armored vehicle. Police Captain John Green tells us they received the call around 5:30 this

Investigation closes State Route 101 in Aberdeen for hours Saturday morning

State Route 101 blocked at Jefferson

Aberdeen police had to close State Route 101 for several hours this morning at Jefferson Street, while they investigated A a possible shooting incident a block away. We’ll get more details on the investigation when that’s available, in the meantime give yourself

Reported drug house in Hoquiam shut down after complaints

search warrant in the 200 block of K Street

Heavy foot and vehicle traffic reported at a suspected drug house turned up a few arrests for Hoquiam Police yesterday. Chief Jeff Myers tells us deputies from the Grays Harbor County Sheriff’s Department aided in serving a search warrant in

Aberdeen removing water fountain statue for repairs

Heaven Man and Earth - built in 1977 by George Tsutakawa

The city of Aberdeen is removing the fountain statue in front of City Hall, Parks Director Karl Harris tells us it’s going out for repairs. “The statue was originally built by George Tsutakawa; Gerry Tsutakawa his son has come down

Battalion Chief Bill Mayne retires after 36 years with Aberdeen Fire Department

Battalion Chief Bill Mayne retires after 36 years with Aberdeen Fire Department

Aberdeen city staff said goodbye last night to Battalion Chief Bill Mayne, Fire Chief Tom Hubbard told the council “Battalion Chief Bill Mayne has dedicated his career to providing for the safety of the citizens we serve, and the firefighters

Aberdeen looks to purchase former Chevron gas station site on Wishkah Street

Downtown Aberdeen purchase

The City of Aberdeen has agreed to pursue the option to purchase some new property downtown, Mayor Bill Simpson tells us the council last night approved the purchase in the 400 block of Wishkah street “Our goal has been to

Drugs, Heat and Alcohol Send Boston Concertgoers to the Hospital

Dozens of teen concertgoers were hospitalized following an electronic dance music show at Boston’s TD Garden arena Wednesday, many suffering from a combination of heat and alcohol. more

Prolific vehicle prowler linked to at least 17 incidents from Aberdeen to Olympia to Centralia

Veh Prowl Blundred 6 24 2014

The Hoquiam Police Department nabbed what they describe as a prolific vehicle prowler. Police Chief Jeff Myers tells us they’ve linked 26 year old Troy N. Hodge, of McCleary, to 16 additional vehicle prowls from Aberdeen to Olympia to Centralia.