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Amend recreational fishing rules at Langlois Lake

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From: WDFW Sportfishing Rules Updates

WDFW plans additional razor clam digs at Long Beach, Copalis, Mocrocks

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From: WDFW Outdoor News

Two sections of the Okanogan River close for steelhead fishing March 7

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From: WDFW Sportfishing Rules Updates

Confirmed human skull found in Westport crab pot

What has been confirmed as a portion of a human skull has turned up in a crab pot near Westport. Undersheriff Dave Pimentel tells KBKW, a fisherman pulled it up Friday morning about 2 miles off the coast, he told officers that he had set the pot last week.

The King County Cornoer’s Officer confirmed later Friday that the skull was human, however they have not released a positive I.D.

Pimental said earlier Friday a crab fisherman found what appeared to be a human skull about 2.3 miles off of the coast.

The fisherman called the Grays Harbor Sheriff’s Office, who met him at the docks, and took the sample into evidence.

Salmon daily limit reduced after Feb. 23 in Marine Area 7

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From: WDFW Sportfishing Rules Updates

Tucannon River fisheries to close March 1

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From: WDFW Sportfishing Rules Updates

Back to Health with Dr. Mark Van Hemert January 28, 2014

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Contact Hoquiam Chiropractic Accident & Injury Clinic

320 23rd Street
Hoquiam, WA 98550
Phone: (360) 533-6400

Death at Bishop Athletic Complex in Aberdeen ruled suicide

APD Investigates Body

The Aberdeen Police Department, working with the Grays Harbor Coroners Office, has completed the investigation into the death of Steven Hyde. Police Captain John Green tells us the manner of death was ruled as suicide, he told KBKW from the scene on Tuesday “Aberdeen police received a call this afternoon, pedestrians at the Bishop Complex saw a man down next to the concession stand, police discovered a male subject deceased from an apparent gunshot wound.

APD Investigates Body

Hyde graduated from Hoquiam High School in 1981, and was a coach with the Grays Harbor College Softball program since early 2000. According to the college, he played a big role in getting them to the NWAACC Championship tournament in 2007.

Westport woman talked out of home after 6 hour standoff

A distraught woman with a handgun barricaded herself in a Westport home for hours this afternoon. Police Chief Bill Gibson tells KBKW a negotiator from the county was able to help talk the woman out of the house near the 800 block of Ocean Avenue after over 6 hours of securing the neighborhood and talking with her. Gibson said the woman was taken into protective custody, and reports no injuries. An automatic handgun was recovered, no shots were fired. Officers from Westport, Grays Harbor County and the State Patrol assisted.

Greater Grays Harbor Inc. Annual Legislative Sendoff – good food with good people

Representative Steve Tharinger (D-Dungeness) speaks to business leaders in Aberdeen.
Business leaders throughout Grays Harbor had lunch with state legislators at the annual Legislative Send-Off luncheon held in Aberdeen yesterday by Greater Grays Harbor, Inc.  VP of Operations at Imperium Renewables John Gillespie said things are looking up at the Port. “We’re excited about our future at Grays Harbor, with organizations like Greater Grays Harbor [Inc.] who can foster continued growth by attracting business, and providing a conduit to policy makers – basically this event is an example of that. 
His company has expanded to 39 employees in the 5 years there, investing over 2 million in capitol improvements in the past year.
As they head to Olympia to convene for the state’s regular session that begins on January 13, State Senator Jim Hargrove noted recent strides in cost cutting. “Over the last 5 years, through the great recession we have resized government. We have cut 12 billion dollars out of carry-forward government in this state. Like we eliminated the General Assistance Unemployment Cash Program, that’s probably why you see so many people pan handling out here because there’s no cash available for some of those people that are unemployable. We’ve cut the TANF or the welfare program -the grants, and put a hard 5 year time limit on it, so that’s definitely affecting people, budget savings.
Hargrove also said they’ll be discussing ways to keep businesses in Washington, noting the recent Boeing contract extension with Machinists in Washington.
Representative Steve Tharinger (D-Dungeness) speaks to business leaders in Aberdeen.

Representative Steve Tharinger (D-Dungeness) speaks to business leaders in Aberdeen.

Larry Kahl introduced guest speaker John Gillespie, VP of Operations at Imperium Renewables


Former House Speaker Lynn Kessler emceed the event