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Annual Maintenance at Cosmo Specialty Fibers Could Stir Up Odors

Nearby residents may notice possible odor issues this week due to annual maintenance work at Cosmo Specialty Fibers Industrial Site in Cosmopolis.

WDFW announces additional tentative razor clam digs through December

State shellfish managers have tentatively scheduled additional razor clam digs on ocean beaches for dates in October, November and December.

Toxic Algae Warning Issued for Ocean Shores Waters

Test results last week confirmed the presence of toxin in samples collected from the Grand Canal in Ocean Shores, and with areas...

August capture and translocation activities moved 101 mountain goats to Northern Cascades Mountains

Capture and translocation operations are now complete for 2019 with 101 mountain goats moved from Olympic National Park and Olympic National Forest...

Sheriff’s Office releases photo and radio-traffic from controversial shooting video

The Grays Harbor County Sheriff’s Office and the Region 3 CIIT today provided a photograph of the suspect involved in the September...

Get Red Cross Ready for National Preparedness Month

September is National Preparedness Month, the perfect time for people to get their household ready in case an emergency should occur. The American Red...
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City of Hoquiam Receives $50,000 Grant for New Cardiac Monitors

The City of Hoquiam has been awarded a $50,000 grant from the FEMA Assistance to Firefighters Grants program (AFG FY 2018). This grant will fully fund the purchase of two new cardiac monitors in the Hoquiam Fire Department to replace aging cardiac monitors that are critical for providing advanced life support medical services.

U.S. Department of Transportation Announces $871.2 Million in Emergency Relief for Road and Bridge Repairs

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s (USDOT) Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) today announced $871.2 million in Emergency Relief (ER) funds to help 39 states, as well as American Samoa, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, the Northern Mariana Islands, and tribal governments, make repairs to roads and bridges damaged by storms, floods, and other unexpected events. “This...

Aberdeen School Board Considers Two Taxes on February 2020 Ballots

One new, and one renewal, the Aberdeen School District is considering two entries on the February ballots for support. First they plan to seek a February ballot for a bond to build a new Stevens Elementary School in South Aberdeen. The District will also request a Levy to continue support for music and athletics.

WDFW proposes three-day razor clam dig on Long Beach beginning Sept. 27

Razor clam diggers may be able to return to Long Beach for a three-day opening beginning Sept. 27, pending favorable marine toxin results later this month. The upcoming dig is proposed for the following dates and morning low tides: Sept. 27, Friday, 5:52 a.m. -0.9, Long Beach onlySept. 28, Saturday, 6:36 a.m....

WDFW and Tacoma Sportsmen’s Club hosts free National Hunting and Fishing Day celebration, Sept. 28

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) and the Tacoma Sportsmen’s Club are hosting a free National Hunting and Fishing Day celebration on Saturday, Sept. 28. “This family-oriented event is a great way to introduce youth to target shooting, hunting, fishing, and conservation activities,” said David Whipple, WDFW hunter education division manager.

Suspect dies at hospital after officer involved shooting in Aberdeen

UPDATE: The Grays Harbor County Coroner’s Office has released the name of the shooting victim. Chief Deputy Coroner Tom Thompson said in a statement that 41-year-old Kristopher D. Fitzpatrick died yesterday afternoon at 12:26 PM at Grays Harbor Community Hospital.  An autopsy will be conducted Thursday to determine cause and manner of death.

Agreement reached to benefit coho salmon, steelhead in Wynoochee River basin

State and tribal leaders have agreed to a plan that will enhance coho salmon and steelhead populations diminished by the Wynoochee Dam in Grays Harbor County. A public meeting on the plan is scheduled at 6 p.m., Sept. 24, at the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife's (WDFW) regional office, located at 48 Devonshire...

Wishkah Man Rescued From Tree

Aberdeen and Wishkah Valley firefighters helped to get a man out of a tree yesterday afternoon. Michael Pauley, Assistant Chief of the Wishkah Fire Department said it was called in at 4:21 Thursday, Fire District #10 was dispatched to the 3200 block of the Wishkah Road for the report of a father stuck about 30 feet up...

Earthquake, lahar, tsunami drills for schools are now law

It’s now mandatory for all schools in Washington state to drop, cover and hold on for earthquake safety. It’s a measure that’s been pushed for several years, but finally became law when school safety legislation House Bill 1216 became law at the end of July. That same law also now requires schools located near mapped volcanic...

Four Arrested at Aberdeen Home As Police Continue to Investigate Burglaries

Four people were arrested Tuesday morning when Aberdeen Police, assisted by two Hoquiam Police officers, served a search warrant at a home in the 1,000 block of East Market Street. An Aberdeen officer learned of possible stolen property and served a search warrant just before 11:00 AM with a team of officers. They...

Two Arrested After Fire Threatens Homes North of Seabrook

A homeless couple was arrested after admitting to leaving a fire at a camp that spread to nearby timbers and threatened a couple of homes near Seabrook in North Grays Harbor County last Friday. Undersheriff Brad Johansson said the Sheriff's Office received the report around 8 AM of a fire in the woods near Joe Creek at...

Almost 9 in 10 Washington’s kindergarteners fully immunized for school

Student immunization coverage held steady, according to data released today by the Washington State Department of Health. As of November of last year, just over 86 percent of kindergarteners had all required immunizations to start school- about the same as the past three years. About 5 percent of Washington kindergartners had an exemption, or...
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.