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Rollover accident on Highway 12 sends one to hospital

Washington State Patrol

A rollover accident on Highway 12 east of Aberdeen early Sunday morning sent one to the hospital. The Washington State Patrol reports their 2012 Ford Focus left the road to the right and rolled, coming to rest on its wheels

‘Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over’ in Washington this Fourth of July Holiday

Target Zero Traffic Safety Task Force

Americans love to celebrate the Fourth of July with family, friends, food and fireworks, but too often alcohol turns the party into a tragedy, making this iconic holiday one of the most deadly days of the year on the nation’s

Timberland Bancorp ranked 16th in Seattle Times’ annual ranking of the region’s top public companies

Timberland Bank

Timberland Bancorp, Inc. (Nasdaq:TSBK) (“Timberland” or “the Company”) today announced that it was ranked 16(th) in the region in the Seattle Times’ annual review of Northwest public companies. “Being recognized as a leader in the Northwest for our ongoing growth

Wildlife Department plans to survey elk with hoof disease, euthanize those with severe symptoms

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

OLYMPIA – The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) plans to conduct a broad-based survey this summer of elk with hoof disease in southwest Washington and will likely euthanize those with severe symptoms of the crippling ailment. To help

Local food banks thank legislators for supporting emergency food providers

Northwest Harvest, Food Lifeline, and the Washington Food Coalition

Volunteers and staff of food banks in Grays Harbor and Pacific Counties will gather at Coastal Harvest in Hoquiam on Friday, June 20, at an event that is co-hosted by Northwest Harvest, Food Lifeline, and the Washington Food Coalition to

Pacific County Sheriff’s Deputy placed on leave following criminal charges

Pacific County Sheriff's Department

South Bend, WA. – A Pacific County Sheriff’s deputy remains on administrative leave after eleven criminal charges were filed today against the deputy, including one count of first degree extortion, four counts of bribery, five counts of reckless endangerment, and

Grays Harbor Community Foundation Announces Scholarships

Grays Harbor Community Foundation

The Grays Harbor Community Foundation announced the selection of the 2014 Scholarship winners earlier this month.  This year the Community Foundation received 387 applications and awarded 334 scholarships and renewals totaling over $535,000. All scholarship winners, their families, school principals,

Old Willapa River Bridge to rest in pieces starting this week

SR 6 Willapa River Bridge

Drivers crossing the Willapa River on State Route 6 will soon bear witness to a piece of history, as crews begin laying the original, 85-year-old structure to rest this week. This week, daytime drivers can expect intermittent delays of up to 20 minutes

Kilmer introduces two amendments to defense bill to help veterans looking for jobs and civilian shipyard workers

Kilmer at Kompany

On Tuesday, Representative Derek Kilmer introduced two amendments to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) to help servicemembers find jobs and authorize overtime for civilian shipyard workers overseas. The amendments will be considered by the House Rules Committee for inclusion

Smoke alarms saved Two bed ridden residents pulled from Oakville house fire

Oakville Fire

Crews evacuated two bed ridden patients from a house fire in Oakville early Wednesday morning. Fire District 1 Chief Kevin Witt tells us flames were visible when they arrived at the home in the 2300 block of South Bank road around

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