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(Our apologies for the long load times, please be patient.) Part 1 Part 2 (Our apologies for the long load times, please be patient.) The League of Women Voters is sponsoring a debate tonight (Wednesday, July 23rd) on the
With marijuana retail stores slated to open in early July, the Washington Traffic Safety Commission (WTSC) has launched a campaign to remind those planning on patronizing the new businesses that driving high is illegal. The campaign is called “Drive High,
Washington’s Wild Olympics and the local effort to safeguard its clean water and old growth forests are highlighted in an upcoming episode of the television series This American Land, which airs nationwide on PBS stations. The segment features interviews with a
Central WA University’s Law & Justice bachelors degree program begins at GHC Fall Quarter. The Bachelor of Arts degree in Law and Justice will prepare students for employment in the criminal justice system and/or entry into graduate or law schools.
A Hoquiam teen suffered only superficial injuries Friday night after firefighters used their new ladder truck to get Hoquiam Sgt. Brian Dayton to the roof of a in the 400 block of Emerson Avenue. Police Chief Jeff Myers tells us
The Grays Harbor County Sheriff’s Department is warning Brady and Satsop residents of an increase in Burglaries, Thefts, and Vehicle Prowls. Chief Criminal Deputy Steve Shumate tells us over the past week and a half, there have been four separate
On Saturday morning, February 22, 2014, over 200 people gathered at the new Sheriff’s Office North Precinct to attend the building dedication and ribbon cutting ceremonies where the new office was christened as The Sheriff Steve Whybark Public Safety Building.
As Aberdeen and Hoquiam cities both prepare to celebrate their Nirvana heritage, the compassion of a 9 year old helped to bring a shunned tribute back into the light. Sculptor Randi Hubbard tells us after 19 years in her muffler
76 Washington consumers receive checks for misleading vehicle service contracts, thousands more may be eligible
SEATTLE — Attorney General Bob Ferguson joined three other state attorneys general today in announcing that approximately 19,000 consumers nationwide will share more than $9.3 million to compensate them for their problems with U.S. Fidelis, a now-defunct dealer