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Grays Harbor College to offer Bachelor of Arts degree in Law and Justice

Grays Harbor College campus

Central WA University’s Law & Justice bachelors degree program begins at GHC Fall Quarter. The Bachelor of Arts degree in Law and Justice will prepare students for employment in the criminal justice system and/or entry into graduate or law schools.

Hoquiam staff and firefighters reach tentative agreement to avoid layoffs

Hoquiam

The Hoquiam Fire Department has reached an agreement with its union and the city to avoid planned layoffs of two firefighters and two paramedics. In the final week of their 30 day’s notice they were notified after the city and the Union met

WSDOT will curb road construction to keep traffic moving over Memorial weekend

WSDOT Traffic

Using the Washington State Department of Transportation predicted travel volumes and online tools is the key to starting roadway travel for Memorial Day 2014. With summer travel season getting underway and weather reports calling for just a few scattered rain

Discussion but no action on crude by rail at Aberdeen Council meeting

Port of Grays Harbor ariel view

Any plans to streamline crude oil exports through Grays Harbor are beginning to come off the rails, at a slow and safe speed. The Aberdeen city council last night discussed the potential impacts of crude oil exports, but they did

Bank of the Pacific receives approval for full-service commercial banking center in Vancouver, WA

Bank of the Pacific

ABERDEEN, Wash. (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Bank of the Pacific, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Pacific Financial Corporation (OTCQB:PFLC), today announced that the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) approved its application to convert its Vancouver loan production office (LPO) to a full-service

Sheriff’s Office responds to a Person in the Ocean off Seaview Beach Access

Pacific County Sheriff's Office

This morning at about 6:00 am, the Pacific County Communications Center received a call from an alert citizen parked at the Seaview Beach access advising that he had just observed a man walking into the ocean fully clothed. The alert

Smoke alarms saved Two bed ridden residents pulled from Oakville house fire

Oakville Fire

Crews evacuated two bed ridden patients from a house fire in Oakville early Wednesday morning. Fire District 1 Chief Kevin Witt tells us flames were visible when they arrived at the home in the 2300 block of South Bank road around

Washington Attorney General warns of scams targeting Washington State Employees Credit Union members

Washington State Employees Credit Union

The fraudsters are at it again. Members and non-members have reported receiving texts that appeared to come from Washington State Employees Credit Union (WSECU) stating their card had been deactivated or suspended. If you received this text, DO NOT respond.

Hoquiam begins flushing 61 miles of water line for fire hydrants

Hoquiam

Flushing is scheduled to begin April 28 and will continue until June 13, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday. The distribution system contains 61 miles of pipe, and it is expected to take approximately one month to complete

WDFW and Wild Fish Conservancy settle lawsuit over ‘early winter’ hatchery steelhead releases

OLYMPIA – The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) announced today it has reached an agreement with the Wild Fish Conservancy that will stop litigation against the department over its Puget Sound hatchery programs for 2½ years and permit