High speed Hoquiam chase ends in Aberdeen crash

Hoquiam and Aberdeen chase ends in crash

A high speed pursuit in Hoquiam ended in Aberdeen Tuesday, Deputy Chief Don Wertanen with the Hoquiam Police Department tells us at about 2:30 Tuesday afternoon, Hoquiam officers were dispatched to a suspicious person, possible burglary in progress, in the 1900 block

Aberdeen man arrested after assaulting driver

Aberdeen WA Police Department

A man apparently assaulted a driver through his window this afternoon. Aberdeen Police Captain John Green tells us they responded to the area of Market and B street on 2/24/15 at 12:54 P.M. on the report of a man stabbing

Cantwell, Sullivan, Schatz Introduce Bill to Strengthen Tsunami Warning Systems

Cantwell speaks on CBR

Today, U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA), Senator Dan Sullivan (R-AK), and Senator Brian Schatz (D-HI) announced they’ve introduced legislation that would reauthorize and strengthen the nation’s tsunami detection and warning systems and continue investing in research to better prepare coastal

Ocean Park couple arrested on investigation of drug sales

Pacific County Sheriff's Office

An investigation by the Pacific County Drug Task Force concluded in Ocean Park on Friday February 20th, with the execution of a narcotics related search warrant and two arrests. Angela R. Jones, age 50, was arrested for two counts of

Aberdeen Police investigating after near head-on collision sends 5 to the hospital

Aberdeen WA Police Department

A two car collision in Aberdeen yesterday sent 5 people to the hospital. Lt. C.J. Chastain with the Aberdeen Police Department tells us at about 12:35 Monday afternoon Police and Fire personnel were called to a two vehicle traffic collision

Grays Harbor College Athletic Director to resign, hiring begins this Spring

Grays Harbor College

Grays Harbor College Athletic Director Tyler Gaston has announced his resignation, effective June 30. In addition to leading Chokers Athletics, he has also coached men’s basketball and currently is the golf coach. “I am proud to have been a part

Grays Harbor PUD exceeding Energy Independence Act targets

Grays Harbor PUD

A report by the Washington State Auditor shows that the Grays Harbor Public Utility District is exceeding its goals for complying with the energy conservation standards required under Initiative 937, the Energy Independence Act (EIA). In the Exit Conference Report

First HD radio comes to Grays Harbor dial, bringing more choices with it

Johnny Manson from 105.7 The Jet, Doug McDowell of CoffeeTalk, and radio station Owner Bill Wolfenbarger worked to move the new HD transmitter in place for Sunny 102.1.

The first HD Radio services have finally arrived in Grays Harbor. Owner of Jodesha Broadcasting Bill Wolfenbarger recently finished installation of the new digital transmitter for Sunny 102.1, he said this morning “It’s a digital component that rides alongside the

Washington Conservation Corps. assisting with recovery efforts on the Harbor

Heavy rains, flooding, and landslides in Hoquiam January 2015

Three teams from the state Department of Ecology’s Washington Conservation Corps arrived this week to assist with flood recovery efforts. Hoquiam Police Chief Jeff Myers with the Local Incident Management Team tells us these teams have training and experience in

Shelton Elks Lodge hosting “All-You-Can-Eat Crab Feed” in March

Shelton Elks Bingo night

The Shelton Elks Lodge is holding the first of its 2015 semiannual “All-You-Can-Eat Crab Feeds” on March 7, 2015. The crab feed will be held at the Lodge at 741 SE Craig Road, Shelton, Washington. Tickets are $25 each. There