New phone scam asks patriotic mark to help stranded soldiers - Phone scams again targeting Grays Harbor residents, the Aberdeen Police Department tells us they’ve received reports on scams ranging from a man claiming to be from the IRS, or some
Earthquake & Tsunami Preparedness event at the Westport Timberland Library - Local naturalist, author and educator Julie Tennis will talk about earthquakes and tsunamis at the Westport Timberland Library, Saturday, September 6 from 1 to 2:30 p.m. On her website, Tennis
Seahawks fan takes 12 to a whole new level - Local veteran Bill Vandenbush lost his right eye in Vietnam, his wife surprised him recently for their anniversary with one of the more unusual gifts for a Seahawk fan. The
Traffic delays on US 12 in Aberdeen expected Wednesday, Thursday - Drivers on US 12 in Aberdeen can expect daytime delays and lane closures next week. From 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 27-28, crews will close the
Grays Harbor tall ships Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain return to port in September - Grays Harbor’s two tall ships return to their home port of Aberdeen next month for public tours and sailings before heading to California for their 2014-2015 tour of Golden State
Mason County Sheriff’s Office “Knock & Talk” verifies registered sex offenders - Last week, the week of August 11-15, 2014, the Mason County Sheriff’s Office, the U.S. Marshal’s Service, Squaxin Island Department of Public Safety, Skokomish Department of Public Safety, the WA
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State seeks public input on dangerous waste handling regulations for colleges, transfer stations, imports - OLYMPIA – The public is invited to review and comment on proposed updates to Washington’s dangerous-waste regulations through Oct. 1, 2014. A public hearing will be held via webinar on
Passenger ejected from car wreck that sends two to hospital - Two young men were injured yesterday when their 2007 Mazda 3 collided with a utility pole on the East Agate road and ejected the passenger. The Washington State Patrol reports
‘Kilmer at your Kontinental Breakfast’ in Ocean Shores - The City of Ocean Shores and the Ocean Shores/North Beach Chamber of Commerce are hosting a continental breakfast with Derek Kilmer @ the Home Port on Friday, August 29th at

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Pink Martini band member Rieth found dead (8/22/2014) - PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- Police say the longtime percussionist for Portland, Oregon, band Pink Martini has been found dead.... ...read more
Judge: Yakima city council elections must change (8/22/2014) - SEATTLE (AP) -- A U.S. District Judge says the city of Yakima must change its city council elections to comply with the Voting Rights Act, finding that Latino residents do not have proper participation.... ...read more
Elephant dies at Seattle’s Woodland Park Zoo (8/22/2014) - SEATTLE (AP) -- Seattle's Woodland Park Zoo says its only African elephant has unexpectedly died.... ...read more
Jumbo ship, dock parts expected on Columbia River (8/22/2014) - PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- A jumbo shipment is headed up the Columbia River this weekend.... ...read more
$2B economic value seen in Vancouver oil terminal (8/22/2014) - VANCOUVER, Wash. (AP) -- An oil export terminal at the Port of Vancouver could generate an estimated $2 billion in economic value, according to an analysis prepared for the companies planning the project.... ...read more
Body in Parkland car investigated as homicide (8/22/2014) - PARKLAND, Wash. (AP) -- A body was found Friday in a car outside a home in Parkland after a woman called 911 to report a man appeared to be sleeping.... ...read more
$9 million raised for Oso mudslide recovery (8/22/2014) - EVERETT, Wash. (AP) -- More than $9 million has been raised to help recovery efforts in the five months since a mudslide wiped out a neighborhood in Oso and blocked the highway to Darrington.... ...read more

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