Hoquiam man arrested as felon in possession of firearm

Last night at approximately 10:30 pm, residents in the 600 block of Kirkpatrick Road (Hoquiam), called 911 to report hearing noises outside of their home. A 50 year old female resident advised that she and her boyfriend believed people were outside making animal sounds and her 54 year old boyfriend was now outside with

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Coming Attractions working to purchase SouthShore Mall in Aberdeen for Fun Center

Coming Attraction Theatres has a new attraction for the harbor, an Extreme Fun Center at the current site of the SouthShore Mall. Founder and CEO of Coming Attractions Theatres, Inc. John Schweiger tells us “the rumors are true,” they are under contract to acquire the SouthShore Mall. He said they are

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First Washington Gray Wolf found West of the Cascades

The first gray wolf known to travel west of the Cascade Crest in Washington state was confirmed this week after local officials found it killed by collision with a vehicle on Interstate 90 between North Bend and Snoqualmie. A defenders.org press release said “Despite

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Hoquiam man arrested trying to sneak contraband into city jail

In a continued attempt to keep ahead of the creative thinking of inmates, Hoquiam detectives launched a sting investigation regarding contraband to be dropped into the jail van while parked behind City Hall during Municipal Court. Through information, tips and listening to recording inmate phone calls, detectives

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Grays Harbor looking to sell about 800 tax title properties

Grays Harbor County is looking to get into the real estate business, and get some of nearly 800 tax title properties back on the tax roll. County Assessor Dan Lindgren explained to the commissioners this week. “Something that I saw when I was an appraisor was as all of the tax-titled properties. The county doesn’t

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Fitch Rates Grays Harbor PUD Electric Revenue Bonds ‘A’, suggests rate increases

Fitch Ratings assigns an ‘A’ rating to the following Grays Harbor County Public Utility District (PUD or the district) No. 1, WA electric revenue bonds:

–Approximately $50 million electric revenue and refunding bonds, series 2015A;

–Approximately $15 million electric revenue and refunding bonds

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Brinnon man dies after collision at East Anthony Road intersection North of Shelton

A 54 yeah old Brinnon man died at the scene of a head on collision last night North of Shelton. The Washington State Patrol tells us his 2005 Hyundai Accent was headed North on State Route 3. As he approached a vehicle stopped to turn onto Anthony Road, he crossed into the Southbound lane and collided head on with a

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Pacific County Emergency Management Agency asking “How much do you know about tsunami hazards?”

Improving the response capacity of Pacific County and other Washington State coastal communities at risk of tsunami presents an on-going challenge. To meet this challenge Pacific County Emergency Management has supported an evaluation program to monitor and improve earthquake and tsunami education and preparedness programs.<br

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National Park Service solicits concession contract proposals for Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort

The National Park Service has issued a Prospectus soliciting proposals in response to a business opportunity to operate overnight accommodations, food and beverage, retail, hot mineral pools and swimming pool, campgrounds and other related services at Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort within Olympic National Park



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