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Hoquiam Woman Cited for DUI After Vehicle Strikes Aberdeen Home

A Hoquiam woman was cited for driving under the influence after her vehicle struck a house in Aberdeen early Saturday morning, no one in the home was injured. The Aberdeen Police Department said in a press release it was reported at 6:03 AM, officers were dispatched to a report of a vehicle that drove into...

Centenarian Eva Gordon Leaves Grays Harbor College, 16 Other Community Colleges $10-Million Bequest

Eva Gordon was a hard-working woman who was ahead of her time. Having lived a long and happy life she had few regrets, save one: not having a formal education herself. “If I had a scholarship when I got out of high school, I could have done so much more,” Gordon said...

Pedestrian Struck While Directing Traffic Around Road Hazard

A pedestrian attempting to direct traffic was struck by a vehicle on State Route 109 after another failed to stop last night. The tree in the road and the accident were reported just before 9 pm on Thursday. A tree in the road was reported just before 9 pm on Thursday....
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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.

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47th Annual Driftwood Show

Historic Grayland Community Hall (Just east on Grange Rd off Hwy 105) The Annual Driftwood Show will celebrate its 47th year. Amateur and professional Driftwood Collectors are invited to exhibit their "treasures". Categories are judged for prizes and ribbons. Professional collectors are invited to exhibit their driftwood, but will not be judged. Nautical Craft Fair with demonstrating artisans. Sponsored by Cranberry Coast Chamber of CommerceFor information call 360-267-2003 or 800-473-6018

6th Annual Glass Float Roundup

Starting at 8am March 21st 2009 at the Grayland Community Hall, A hunting license may be purchased for $3.00 and you will receive information on areas that the "Lucky Sand Dollars" can be found.

After you have found your marked “Lucky Sand Dollar” bring it back to the Grayland community Hall and receive your beautiful hand blown Glass Float and your certificate of authenticity.(Your hunting license will be your admission into the Community Hall.) You will need a hunting license and ID to receive a Glass Float

Park Closure Discussion in Olympia

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) _ The state Parks and Recreation Commission meets thursday in Olympia to listen to the public comment on plans to close or transfer 13 state parks to save money.


The department recently visited Montesano;
 Potential State Park Closures Discussed In Montesano

Car Seat Check in Raymond

A Car Seat Check will be held by the  Pacific County Safety Task Force at the New Life Fellowship parking  lot, 404 Commercial St, Raymond, on March 10th from 11am-1pm.

Car Seat  Technicans will be there to make sure the seat is installed properly  and answer any questions you may have.

For more information on car seat laws, visit the Washington State Patrol

FAMILY, FRIENDS TO WELCOME 8TH AIRLIFT SQUADRON HOME

MCCHORD AIR FORCE BASE, Wash. - More than 120 Airmen from McChord's 8th Airlift Squadron will be greeted by family and friends here early Thursday morning after a 120-day deployment in support of Operations Enduring and Iraqi Freedom. The 8th AS Airmen were deployed as the 817th Expeditionary Airlift Squadron to Incirlik Air Base, Turkey, and Manas Air Base, Kyrgyzstan.

County Commissioners to Go Live Soon

The Grays Harbor County Commissioners on Monday approved the purchase of an audio and video recording system for the Commissioner meeting room, County Commissioners' Administrative Assistant Donna Caton is quoted in the attached audio.

A subscription fee will cost the county $340 per month, plus a $5,571 camera installation fee, which includes software, and support, as well as the webspace and storage fees associated. The letter seeking authorization also states that funds are available through the Facilities Improvement Fund.

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