Fire hydrant flushing is scheduled to begin in Hoquiam the week of April 27, 2015 and will continue until June 13, 2015. Customers may notice discolored water or a change in water pressure
As the County continues to work out a functioning budget for the coming year, the commissioners are campaigning for their own ideas. Commissioner Frank Gordon spoke at the Aberdeen City
Over the course of the past week we have experienced several commercial burglaries in the Mt. View area. These burglaries to various businesses have taken place in the early morning hours
In spite of its demise and demolition, Hoquiam’s Harbor Paper mill is benefiting several projects in Grays Harbor and surrounding counties. In fulfilling its clean-up and demolition responsibilities
Drivers making their way through Hoquiam on Southbound US 101 (Simpson Avenue) could run into delays on Tuesday, April 21.
Crews working for the City of Hoquiam will make repairs to the roadway
An apartment fire in Elma displaced about a dozen people last night. Fire Chief Dana Smith tells us they were called to the Woodsvilla Apartment complex just after 4 Thursday afternoon. No
Craig and Joan discuss campers living on private property along the Chehalis River in Aberdeen. Craig details “where we are now” with the city and the land owner. Joan details
Time is up for campers living on private property along the Chehalis River in Aberdeen. They are being asked to move out as the property owner works to clean up the site. Aberdeen Mayor Bill
The City of Hoquiam last night voted against committee recommendation and renamed a portion of Queets Avenue to McQuade in honor of a fallen Vietnam veteran who’s chopper was shot down
Razor clam diggers can return to coastal beaches starting Friday, April 17, state shellfish managers announced today.
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