The U.S. government will invest nearly $50 million in water conservation and reuse projects in the drought-stricken West. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell announced funding yesterday for more
Coming Attraction Theatres has a new attraction for the harbor, an Extreme Fun Center at the current site of the SouthShore Mall. Founder and CEO of Coming Attractions Theatres, Inc. John
For the second year in a row, more than 100 law enforcement agencies in Washington State will be cracking down on distracted drivers as part of the national distracted driving campaign.
On Wednesday, October 15, from 5 to 6 p.m. at the Hoquiam Timberland Library, artist Jenny Fisher will unveil her latest work – two large murals depicting many of the most beloved icons
Imperium Renewables, Inc., a leader in next-generation biofuels, announced a new lending agreement with Umpqua Bank, a subsidiary of Umpqua Holdings Corporation (UMPQ), that will provide Imperium
Medicare should negate drug prices says Waxman of California. Electronic health records interfrere with Dr. consultations. Tylenol fails in low back pain trial.
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An 18-year old California man is missing and presumed drowned in the Ocean Shores surf over the weekend.
Sgt. David McManus with the Ocean Shores Police Department tells us at about 8 Saturday
The Aberdeen School District is looking for a new School Board member. Superintendant Tom Opstad tells us “Our longtime board member Doug Smith, is resigning from the board and moving
The NOAA Marine Debris Program’s annual “Keep the Sea Free of Debris” Art Contest for grades K-8 is now open. Students can submit artwork from November 7th through December 19th.
This year, the NOAA MDP wants to know:
- How does marine debris effect the ocean environment?
- How will you help be part of the marine debris solution? (e.g. Lead cleanups in your community)
The winners of the contest will be featured in the 2015 marine debris calendar to help raise awareness year-round and remind us all that we can solve the marine debris problem every day.
Help us spread the word and raise awareness about marine debris by passing along the art contest information to your local schools. For a complete list of contest rules, visit http://www.marinedebris.noaa.gov and download the student entry form and art contest flyer.