A flood watch remains in effect through Tuesday evening for a portion of Mason county, periods of heavy rain will develop this afternoon and persist through Wednesday. The National Weather Service in Seattle expects rainfall amounts to be significant. About
A high wind watch remains in effect through Tuesday morning near beaches and headlands for the South Washington coast…as well as the North and central Oregon coast. South to Southeast winds 30 to 40 mph with gusts to 65 mph.
Sirens were blaring from over 50 police cruisers in downtown Aberdeen this morning for the 16th Annual Grays Harbor Shop with a Cop program. Officers from more than 12 different agencies guided their shoppers through the Aberdeen Wal-Mart. Store manager
A Shelton woman was injured after another car drove into her while she was pumping gas yesterday, the driver of the other vehicle sped off and was later stopped in Olympia and arrested on Vehicular Assault as well as Hit
The Grays Harbor Sheriff’s Office has located Thomas P. Poledna, and his mother, Christine Curry. Police are still looking for the boy’s father, Chase Poledna, he was last seen in the company of his mother November 21st in Elma, Washington. Felony warrants were issued
Lights and sirens in downtown Aberdeen tomorrow will be the Grays Harbor County Sheriff’s Department’s Shop With a Cop program. It’s supported this year by over twenty sponsors, nine city police agencies, the Sheriff’s Department and volunteer deputies, as well
Another great start for giving at the Salvation Army’s 11th Annual Kettle Klash yesterday with over $24-thousand raised in about 5 minutes. Local business leaders emptied their pockets into the red kettles during the luncheon. Just before announcing the final
Organizations in 29 counties were given $18 million in grants to restore salmon habitat and conserve pristine areas, helping bring salmon back from the brink of extinction, the Washington Salmon Recovery Funding Board announced today. In addition, the salmon board