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

Washington State Patrol is hiring, new video shows how to apply

Washington State Patrol

Have you ever thought of being a Trooper? Washington State Patrol recruiters are actively looking for motivated and qualified men and women for the position of Trooper Cadet. In the latest edition of our Good to Know series, Trooper Grant

Jessica Krebs arrested in Centralia after 10 days on the run from Aberdeen Police

Jessica J. Krebs
White, Female, 23 years of age, 5-5, 129 lbs, brown hair, blue eyes.
LKA 700 Block Johns River Road
Frequents homes in the Aberdeen and Hoquiam area.

A woman who escaped Aberdeen Police custody is back in their jail this morning. Police Captain John Green tells us they received information that Jessica Krebs was at a local motel in Centralia Washington. Centralia Police Department responded to the

Hoquiam man found sitting on the couch of startled Amanda Park homeowners

Grays Harbor County Sheriff's Department

An Amanda Park couple returned to their home early yesterday morning to find a man sitting on their couch, smoking their cigarettes. Steve Shumate with the Grays Harbor County Sheriff’s Department tells us at about 3:40 Wednesday morning, the caretakers

West Region EMS Conference brings hundreds to Ocean Shores this weekend

West Region EMS & Trauma Care Council

Health care professionals, first responders, and emergency medical service providers from all over the U.S. will converge on Ocean Shores this weekend for the 30th annual West Region EMS Conference at the Ocean Shores Convention Center. Sharryl Bell with Grays

$229 million proposed for clean water projects across Washington – none in Grays Harbor

Washington State Department of Ecology

Grants and loans valued at approximately $229 million are proposed for 165 clean water projects across Washington. The money would go to communities all over the state to help fund much-needed infrastructure projects and help protect water and the environment.

Sales tax increase in Pacific County begins April First

Washington State Department of Revenue

No foolin’ taxes are going up in Pacific County on April 1st. The State Department of Revenue reports the one-tenth of one percent (.001) increase will be used for chemical dependency or mental health purposes, and will set Pacific County

Pacific County Emergency Management hosting Tsunami Awareness Forums for business this week

Pacific County Sheriff's Office

The Pacific County Emergency Management Agency is hosting a pair of Tsunami Awareness Forums at 2:00 p.m. today and tomorrow. On the 18th the forum will be at the South County Administration Building located at 7013 Sandridge Road, in Meeting