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NeighborWorks of Grays Harbor Receives $6,000 from Timberland Bank to Support Housing Harborites

A recent $6,000 donation from Timberland Bank to NeighborWorks of Grays Harbor will help provide Grays Harbor residents with free counseling for housing and credit...

Auditor’s Office: Fraud report regarding troubled King County drainage district highlights need for public engagement

The Office of the Washington State Auditor this week released a pair of reports regarding King County Drainage District 5, including a...

Aberdeen Police Release Photo of Possible Suspect Vehicle After Attempted Kidnapping Reported

Aberdeen Police are seeking tips and possibly home security camera footage from the area where an attempted kidnapping was reported earlier this...

Don’t Let Your Campfire Become a Wildfire

Sitting around a campfire is one of the special times we all enjoy, but campfires are also a major cause of wildfires....

Grays Harbor College Receives Suicide Prevention Grant

Grays Harbor College is partnering with Beyond Survival and Grays Harbor Public Health and Social Services Department to achieve the goals outlined...

Magnitude 3.4 earthquake recorded near Copalis Crossing

A preliminary 3.4 magnitude earthquake was recorded near Copalis Crossing at 4:11 am this morning. The NOAA Tsunami Warning Center reports "No...
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Aberdeen Child Praised for Fire Response That Saves Life and Property

An 11-year old Aberdeen resident is being praised for their quick thinking after finding a fire in a bedroom yesterday morning.

Drought Declaration Expanded as Washington State Preps For a Dry 2019 Summer

Washington Governor Jay Inslee recently expanded the drought emergency declaration to cover nearly half of Washington state due to worsened, poor water supply...

Meghan Howell Honored as the Aberdeen Rotary Student of the Month

Meghan Howell has been selected as our May Student of the Month. Meghan is the daughter of Natasha Calica and Craig Howell. She is...

Meet “Puddles” The Mussel-sniffing Dog, Rooting for Invasive Species on Washington Boats

The newest member of the team that protects Washington’s waterways from invasive species has quite the ruff routine: Sniff, sit, play!

Dollar Tree Labelled Severe Violator by L&I, Issued One of State’s Largest Fines for...

Blocked emergency exit routes, unsafe ladder use and improper stacking of merchandise are among the numerous safety hazards that have the Dollar...

Washington State Parks offers three free days in June

The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission invites the public to enjoy three free days at state parks in June. On free...

WDFW seeks public input on sturgeon fishing regulations

State fish managers are hosting a series of public meetings in May and June to discuss sturgeon fishing regulations in Washington.

Four-hour Delays on Lake Crescent Highway 101 Set to Begin Monday

Four-hour delays on Highway 101 at Lake Crescent are set to begin Monday, May 20 and scheduled for Mondays through Thursdays from...

WDFW approves “bonus” razor clam dig starting May 18 at Mocrocks

State shellfish managers have approved a "bonus" razor clam dig on ocean beaches for three days, May 18-20. State...
News Director of Jodesha Broadcasting since October 2007. Dave Haviland moved to Grays Harbor in 1979 and graduated from Aberdeen High School in 1993, and is proudly attending Grays Harbor College with his children.