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Federal funds to repair and fortify railroad bridge over the Hoquiam river

HOQUIAM, Wash. - Work begins at the end of the month to make repairs and to prepare the railroad bridge over the Hoquiam river for added railroad traffic. Funded by a $350,000 grant from the Federal Railroad Administration, the project

Phone survey for crude/coal by rail is not a product of the Port

ABERDEEN, Wash. - The Port of Grays Harbor's Commission has learned of a phone survey being conducted to gauge the level of support for the development of a coal export facility at the Port of Grays Harbor. The Port tells KBKW

Outgoing councilman challenges city to stop airing dirty laundry

MONTESANO, Wash. - It may be time to bring in the laundry and "make Montesano what it used to be." Outgoing city councilman Doug Streeter last night issued the challenge to fellow council, city staff, and residents to make my

UPDATE: Aberdeen police find hit-and-run driver after license plate left at the scene

ABERDEEN, Wash. - Police have located the driver of a van that fled the scene of an accident that it didn't cause earlier today. Corporal Darren King tells us it happened at the intersection of 1st and F streets before

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KBKW - From the Harbors Only Locally Owned Media Group

Founded in 1949 by Ben K. Weatherwax, KBKW operates 24-hours on 1450 kHz AM & 94.7 FM, from studios at the Jodesha Broadcast Center, 1520 Simpson Avenue in Aberdeen.

Okeedokees Cafe in Cosmopolis to be demolished

COSMOPOLIS, Wash. - If you can call them landmarks, Cosmopolis is losing two at the entrance to their city in the coming months. Public Works Director Darrin Raines told the council the OkeeDokee's Cafe, and a tarp-covered home across the

Dinner and a movie for Wild Olympics supporters

ABERDEEN, Wash. - Over 120 Grays Harbor supporters of Wild Olympics, including business owners, and other community leaders, attended a screening of the film "Out of the Mist" about the forests and streams of the Olympic Peninsula at the Aberdeen Elks

Area doctor voices concerns over “meth-heads” in Aberdeen

ABERDEEN, Wash. - Aberdeen's downtown homeless population is apparently migrating up the hill. That's according to Doctor Carey Martens, he told the city council at last night's meeting "I live up on Broadway Hill, we've seen a huge influx in

Central Park fire displaces family of 5, no injuries

CENTRAL PARK, Wash. - A family of 5 was displaced by a house fire in Central Park this morning. Public Information Officer Brian Baldwin tells us they arrived just before 5 to the 900 block of Garden road off of Central

UPDATE: No wrongdoing likely in Grays Harbor infant’s death

UPDATE: Today at 10:00 am, the autopsy of the female infant that was found deceased two days ago had been conducted.  The pathologist found no obvious signs of trauma.  Chief Criminal Deputy Steve Shumate tells us the pathologist did find evidence