Port of Grays Harbor will detail record year during 2nd Annual Business Report

John Ross of Lakeside Industries and Port Commissioner Stan Pinnick

The Port of Grays Harbor will host their second annual business report later this month, and they have some good news to share “We had a phenomenal 2014 in terms of investing with our customers, [and] developing relationships that led

Woman arrested for DUI after she’s found pinned under her own vehicle in Hoquiam

Ford Explorer wreck

A woman was found pinned under her own vehicle after it rolled several times on the Port Industrial route in Hoquiam over the weekend. Police Chief Jeff Myers tells KBKW on Sunday morning, January 18, 2015 at 0154 hours, Hoquiam

Damaged art in Aberdeen, small slide in Hoquiam as crews open Beacon Hill access to… more crews

Aberdeen Sky Sweeps broken

The winds picked up over the weekend, Bowerman Airfield in Hoquiam recorded a wind gust of 51 Mile Per Hour, while Westport saw 50 MPH. The Sky Sweeps in South Aberdeen, received some damage. One of the three giant oars that

Westport grocery store purchased at auction, fingers crossed to reopen next Monday

Ted's Red Apple closed

The Westport grocery store, formerly Ted’s Red Apple, has been sold at auction. Sonja Phillips with Shop N’ Kart tells us “We were the winning bidder at the auction, and we will have that store 100% stuffed with groceries, and

Ocean Shores police on the lookout for headless deer, also poachers

Ocean Shores Police Department Station 2

The Ocean Shores Police Department and the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife are seeking information regarding the poaching of deer in the area of Ocean Shores, in the past 2-3 weeks.  If you have observed any headless deer

Free dumpster runs for Aberdeen residents this weekend, vouchers for everyone affected coming soon from the county

City of Aberdeen WA

The Grays Harbor County Commissioners held a special meeting this morning where they authorized an inter-local agreement with the Department of Ecology for a $30-thousand grant, and 30-thousand in matching funds for cleanup efforts throughout the county. Commissioner Vickie Raines

Aberdeen School District provides information and assistance to families

Aberdeen High School Bobcat

The Aberdeen School District is reaching out to families affected by the heavy rains, flooding, and landslides of early January. A letter was sent out this week with information on how you can give or receive help from the district. Also

WDFW seeks public comment on Two land acquisition proposals

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is inviting public comment through Jan. 30 on two proposals to acquire land for fish and wildlife habitat and public recreation. Both projects are currently under review. One proposed acquisition is the

Grays Harbor Community Foundation Establishes: January 2015 Storm Relief Fund

Grays Harbor Community Foundation

The Grays Harbor Community Foundation has established a new fund and an ad-hoc committee to help fund the administration of relief efforts for the recent storm damage. In addition, the Executive Committee authorized an initial commitment of funds to support

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife police featured on Animal Planet’s ‘Rugged Justice’

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

Animal Planet’s new documentary series ‘Rugged Justice’ follows Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) police as they patrol mountains, coasts and city streets, protecting natural resources and serving the people of Washington. The six-episode series premieres Sunday, Jan.