‘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
Intermittent SR 12 closures scheduled for pole replacement work - All lanes of State Route 12 east of Aberdeen at Baila Dip will be closed intermittently between 10pm on Thursday, Aug. 28th and 4am on Friday, Aug. 29th.  The closures
Registered Sex Offender Working For Carnival at Pacific County Fair Arrested - South Bend, WA. – This morning a registered sex offender identified as Jason A. Miner, age 38, and of Yakima was arrested by Pacific County Sheriff deputies at the Pacific
Community Foundation awards $128,900 in Discretionary Grants and $40,000 in After School Program Fund Grants - The Grays Harbor Community Foundation is pleased to be able to invest $128,900 into the community through its third quarter discretionary grants cycle. The Foundation has long been a resource
Hoquiam’s new Chief of Police tours jail, pilots tug - On Monday, August 19, 2014, Hoquiam Police Department’s “Chief for a Day”, Dylan Ellefson, was sworn-in at City Hall by Mayor Jack Durney. Chief Ellefson took the oath of office
Mason County Sheriff swears in new Jail Officer - On Monday, August 18, 2014, in front of family, friends and fellow co-workers, Mason County Sheriff Casey Salisbury gave the oath of office and swore in Hector Diaz, the newest Jail
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Forest Service Road improvement could block access on the West Fork Humptulips River - The National Forest Service plans to block vehicle access to a popular gravel bar on the West Fork of the Humptulips River through proposed improvements to Forest Service Road 2203040 that
Humpback whale washes ashore on Grayland beach - A 30 foot humpback whale washed ashore in Grayland over the weekend. Kathryn Myrsell with the Westport Aquarium tells us it appears to have been dead for at least a
West Nile virus infection confirmed in Washington resident - A Walla Walla County man is the first Washington resident in 2014 known to have been infected with West Nile virus in our state. The man in his 20s was

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Settlement pays teacher in Wenatchee drowning case (8/21/2014) - WENATCHEE, Wash. (AP) -- The teacher who was in charge of a Wenatchee High School gym class when a student drowned will be paid for two more years to remain on leave.... ...read more
Hazel Dell church fire was caused by someone (8/21/2014) - HAZEL DELL, Wash. (AP) -- The Clark County fire marshal's office says the fire that caused $1.5 million damage to a Hazel Dell church was started by someone, but investigators don't know if it was intentional or accidental.... ...read more
Man knocks down guard fleeing Bremerton court (8/21/2014) - BREMERTON, Wash. (AP) -- Police say a Bremerton Municipal Courthouse guard who was knocked down by a fleeing suspect suffered a broken shoulder.... ...read more
Washington allowing sheep rancher to kill wolves (8/20/2014) - OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) -- The state Fish and Wildlife Department has authorized a rancher to shoot wolves that approach his flock of sheep in Stevens County in northeast Washington.... ...read more
Feds order reinstatement of nuclear whistleblower (8/20/2014) - SEATTLE (AP) -- The U.S. Department of Labor has ordered a Hanford Nuclear Reservation contractor to reinstate a worker who the department says was fired for voicing concerns about nuclear and environmental safety, officials announced Wednesday.... ...read more
Man charged with murder in 2 Wash. deaths (8/20/2014) - TACOMA, Wash. (AP) -- Pierce County prosecutors have charged a 40-year-old man with two counts of first-degree aggravated murder in the beating deaths of his two roommates at their Spanaway, Washington, home.... ...read more
Woman arrested in Clark County robberies (8/20/2014) - VANCOUVER, Wash. (AP) -- Clark County sheriff's officers have arrested a 35-year-old Vancouver, Washington, woman accused of robbing a bank, a credit union and five stores.... ...read more

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