Tag Archives: NW

Washingon State Governor, Attorney General lead legal response to Supreme Court psychiatric boarding decision

Washington Attorney General

On Friday Attorney General Bob Ferguson, in conjunction with a broad coalition of organizations, filed a motion in the Washington State Supreme Court to address the impacts of the court’s recent decision on psychiatric boarding. The motion asks the court

CARNIVAL RIDE WRISTBANDS – ADVANCE PURCHASE DISCOUNT SPECIAL

The Grays Harbor County Fair is a couple weeks away, starting Wednesday, August 6 and running through Sunday, August 10.   Carnival Ride Wristbands are available EVERYDAY of the fair, which means that for just $26, you can ride unlimited

Ocean Shores Police catch man attempting to flee with 4 foot alligator

Ocean Shores Alligator

Ocean Shores police confiscated an alligator from a man Wednesday afternoon. Sgt. Donald S. Grossi tells KBKW investigators acting on several tips executed a search warrant in the 600 block of Ocean Shores Boulevard NW for an alligator that was

Ocean Shores among town hall meetings with US Representative Derek Klimer

PORT ANGELES, Wash. - US Representative Derek Kilmer today announced that he will be holding three town halls around the region over the next several weeks. He'll be in Sequim on Friday, Purdy on Monday, and at the Ocean Shores

Watch, Warning, or Advisory? What do they mean?

NOAA's National Weather Service uses a four-tier approach to alert the public for the potential for severe weather or high fire danger. This four-tier approach consists of  outlooks,  advisorieswatches  and  warnings.

1) Winter

State Patrol seeking help to locate Gig Harbor hit-and-run vehicle

The Washington State Patrol is looking for a dark colored passenger car that was involved in a car vs. pedestrian hit and run collision that occurred just after 8pm on September 24, 2013.  The collision took place on State Route

Fall razor clam season will open early at Twin Harbors

OLYMPIA - Washington's razor clam season will get off to an early start this year with an evening dig at Twin Harbors beach set for Sept. 19-23.

The Washington Department of Fish and

State razor clam managers to share good news at meeting

OLYMPIA, Wash. - Razor clam diggers will receive some good news at a pre-season public meeting scheduled by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) in Long Beach this month.

Dan Ayres, WDFW coastal shellfish manager, said tests conducted over