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Office of National Drug Control Policy’s Senior Adviser for Rural Affairs to Visit Summit...

Summit Pacific is pleased and honored to welcome Anne Hazlett, Senior Adviser for Rural Affairs of the White House Office of National...

U.S. Representative Derek Kilmer to Participate in Roundtable Discussion on Expanding Access to Broadband...

On Friday, June 7, Grays Harbor County Public Utility District, Representative Derek Kilmer, and local community leaders, will participate in a roundtable discussion...

Hoquiam Man Says He Was Just Walking Past Where His Car Struck Pole

A DUI driver tried to tell police that he was just walking past where his car drove into the Jay's Farm Stand...
U.S. Coast Guard helicopter aids Olympic National Park Rangers in search for missing person

Tipsters In Missing Person Case Report Woman Removing Deflated Unicorn Raft From Lake Crescent

As the search continues for a woman missing from Lake Crescent on Memorial Day, Rangers received a tip last week that a...

New Laws in Effect For Washington Drivers Include Fines For Dummies

High occupancy vehicle (HOV) lane violators will be paying higher fines starting this week – including a new fine for people using...

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

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

DNR to Conserve Salmon Habitat with 656-Acre Purchase

The Washington State Department of Natural Resources has acquired 656 acres of some of the state’s best chum salmon spawning habitat.

Injured Backpacker Rescued from Elwha Valley

At 5:09 pm on September 24, Olympic National Park fisheries crew at work in the Elwha Valley notified Olympic National Park dispatch of an...

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...