Tag Archives: US

Stolen statue honoring fallen soldier Tim Davis is returned to mother’s porch

TRim Davis Statue returned

A statue honoring fallen U.S. Airman Tim Davis has been returned to the porch from where it vanished in late September. The soldier’s mother, Sally Sheldon tells us the statue was stolen from her front porch “And today they returned

Veterans Day Ceremony and Fundraiser at Aberdeen VFW

Aberdeen VFW Post Ribbon Cutting

“Come join us in a Veteran’s Day Ceremony to honor the Veterans of the U.S. military,” says Aberdeen Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post #224, Commander Jim Daly.  “The Aberdeen Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #224 will be hosting a ceremony

Raines leads on election night, along with Incumbent Democrats in 19th and 24th

Vote

Preliminary numbers for the November General Election are in, Elections Supervisor Katy Moore tells us with over 15,000 ballots counted so far, Grays Harbor County voter turnout is just over 41%. “We’re hoping to get to 18, or 19-thousand by

POSTMARK: Make sure your ballot is counted by election day

Vote

Election day is next week, the Grays Harbor County Auditor’s office reports they have mailed out 37,375 ballots, and have already processed almost 9,000 Elections Supervisor Katy Moore tells us early voter turnout is just over %23. Moore reminds voters

State to fine owners of Mason County water system for neglect

The Washington State Department of Health intends to issue a $17,640 penalty to the investor-owners of Ripplewood Tracts water system in Mason County. The planned fine is for violating a state directive to bring the water system into compliance with

Westport Aquarium to celebrate Dia de los Muertos (Pescado)

Westport Aquarium

The Westport Aquarium is celebrating Dia de los Muertos – or Day of the Dead this Saturday evening, curator Kathryn Mersell tells it’s part of a grant to promote leaving less meat on the bone, decrease fish waste, and to keep

Hoquiam house fire started near wood insert stove

Hoquiam house fire 600 block of Queen Ave

A stubborn house fire displaced a Hoquiam mother and two children yesterday. Captain John Bickar tells us they responded to the home in the 600 block of Queen Avenue around 10:30 Tuesday morning. “We showed up on scene, had quit

Hoquiam outsources ambulance billing, drops resident write-off

We try harder in Hoquiam

No more special treatment for Hoquiam residents when it comes to ambulance billing. The Hoquiam City Council last night adopted a new ordinance that outsources that department, and standardizes rates. Resident Dave Forbes said during the public comment period “I

Active Shooter Training at Miller Junior High School in Aberdeen – just a drill

Active Shooter Training

Police will storm Miller Junior High School in Aberdeen this weekend, over and over again. It’s part of Active Shooter Training for local departments. Aberdeen Police Captain John Green tells us his department, in conjunction with the Aberdeen Fire Department

Drug Takeback Day everyday at the Hoquiam Police Department

HPD Drug Takeback Box

Got Drugs? You can now drop off your unused or unwanted prescription drugs at the Hoquiam Police Department any time. Thanks in part to Jefferson County who donated the large metal drop box. Police Chief Jeff Myers tells us they