• FEMA Emergency_Preparedness

    Tip # 5 Making a “Go Kit”

    Go Kits are essential for all citizens of Western Washington due to the various hazards we are at risk for. Each person should have a Go Kit at home, at work and in your vehicle.  Remember, your pets will need a Go Kit also. On the occasion you must leave your home or are caught […]

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  • More Radio

    Tuning around on the radio dial…

    • KSWW “Sunny 102.1FM” (& 101.1 FM in Raymond) Adult Contemporary – 24 hours
    Home of Rhys Davis in the morning

    • KJET “105 7 The Jet” (& 93.1 FM in East County) Hot Adult Contemporary – 24 hours
    Johnny Manson’s Morning Madhouse at 5am

    • KANY “Bigfoot” 93 7″ FM – Fresh New Country – Your New Brand of Country – 24 hours
    Big D and Bubba 6-10am, Doug McDowell 10am-noon, Brian Douglas in the afternoon

    • KBKW NewsTalk 1450 AM and 94.7 FM – 24 hours – More Live talk than any other station in Grays Harbor. The only place to hear CoffeeTalk with Doug McDowell

     KLSY “The Quake” 107.9 FM -24 hours –  A tsunami of Classic Rock – broadcasting from somewhere off the Washington Coast

    And coming soon to a radio near you – 100.5 FM, 103.9 FM, 107.3 FM 



    • an Aberdeen radio station 1320 AM News Talk
    • KXXK 95.3 FM Country
    • KDUX 104.7 FM Classic Rock
    • KWOK 1490 AM SportsTalk

    Low Power FM Stations
    A new low-power non-commercial radio service was recently authorized by the FCC to provide local programming to limited geographic areas, normally a 3-4 mile radius. Low Power FM stations in this area include:
    • 89.1 FM KXPB-LP Pacific Beach (Pacific Beach Food Bank)
    • 91.3 FM KOSW-LP Ocean Shores (City of Ocean Shores) 
    • 98.5 FM KGHO-LP Hoquiam Oldies – moving to 99.9 FM
    • 105.5 FM KQHS-LP Amanda Park
    • 106.5 FM KAHS-LP Aberdeen (Abderdeen School District) “The KAHS” Alternative

    Low Power FM stations are limited to 100 watts and cannot accept advertising, but can support operations with fund-raiser and “underwriting” announcements, similar to the way Channel 9 KCTS raises funds.

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  • Grays Harbor County Emergency Management: Avoid rumors during a disaster

    MONTESANO, Wash. – According to the Grays Harbor County Emergency Management agency, rumors, misconceptions, and misinformation circulated during the Great Washington Shakeout exercise last week. Deputy Director Chuck Wallace tells us they are “very active during all severe weather and disaster events and exercises.” Wallace added “During our monitoring of The Great Shakeout  Exercise, some extremely prominent misconceptions, rumor and just plain bad information began circulating within the social media networks.”

    To alleviate these issues, Grays Harbor County Emergency Management wishes to present the following information.

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