Dan Hammock

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Olympic National Park Wilderness to be renamed to honor Dan Evans

Quinault tribe lauds passage of bill honoring the former Washington senator, governor

  • Dec 9th, 2016 10:00pm

Public instruction superintendent adopts computer science standards

Standards vary grade to grade, passed ‘bias and sensitivity review’ before adoption

  • Dec 9th, 2016 10:00pm
TimberWorks’ flood risk reduction plan has been finalized and is up for Hoquiam and Aberdeen city council review next week. The massive plan includes improvements that not only would greatly relieve ongoing flood problems in both cities, it would also provide improved public access and salmon and wildlife habitat. This rendering shows a typical flood wall inland of the Hoquiam River at 14th Street near the Riverside Avenue Bridge.

‘Master plan’ to combat Aberdeen, Hoquiam flooding ready for approval

Both city councils will vote on proposal to curb flooding, enhance access, habitat

  • Dec 7th, 2016 9:00pm
TimberWorks’ flood risk reduction plan has been finalized and is up for Hoquiam and Aberdeen city council review next week. The massive plan includes improvements that not only would greatly relieve ongoing flood problems in both cities, it would also provide improved public access and salmon and wildlife habitat. This rendering shows a typical flood wall inland of the Hoquiam River at 14th Street near the Riverside Avenue Bridge.
North Shore Levee team unveils ‘preferred’ alignment

North Shore Levee team unveils ‘preferred’ alignment

The cities of Aberdeen and Hoquiam are teaming up on the massive project.

  • Dec 7th, 2016 9:00pm
North Shore Levee team unveils ‘preferred’ alignment

Aberdeen officers bust serial trespassers downtown

One man has 89 arrests, 428 recorded involvements with police since ‘92

  • Dec 6th, 2016 10:00pm

PUD commissioners pass ‘break-even’ 2017 budget

Budget projects four percent customer rate increase, features $8 million in improvements

  • Dec 6th, 2016 10:00pm

Quinault Nation celebrates Army Corps decision on pipeline

Tribe President, others flew to Standing Rock protest site Sunday

  • Dec 6th, 2016 10:00pm
Students mill outside the front entrance of Hoquiam High School shortly after a lockdown caused by a student claiming to have a weapon around 11 a.m. Tuesday. School officials and Hoquiam Police located the 14-year old student; a search turned up no weapon. The student was arrested for malicious mischief for damaging a door as he exited the school. The lockdown was lifted before noon.

Rumor of student with weapon prompts Hoquiam High lockdown

Lockdown lifted by noon

  • Dec 6th, 2016 10:00pm
Students mill outside the front entrance of Hoquiam High School shortly after a lockdown caused by a student claiming to have a weapon around 11 a.m. Tuesday. School officials and Hoquiam Police located the 14-year old student; a search turned up no weapon. The student was arrested for malicious mischief for damaging a door as he exited the school. The lockdown was lifted before noon.

ACLU files suit against Grays Harbor County

Suit demands release of records detailing isolation of juvenile offender last spring

  • Dec 5th, 2016 10:00pm

Arrest made in Hoquiam vehicle prowls

30-year old suspect with Hoquiam ties arrested after pursuit Friday

  • Dec 5th, 2016 10:00pm

Correction

Wrong date

  • Dec 5th, 2016 10:00pm
Hoquiam Police Chief Jeff Myers was among the area officers who participated in Saturday’s Shop with a Cop event. The project, in its 18th year, teams local law enforcement with kids selected by school principals from across the Harbor for breakfast at the Aberdeen Eagles, a ride in a department vehicle and $100 to spend at Walmart. Here Myers and his partner for the event, Shaylee Johnson, smile over a cart full of toys.

Dozens of Harbor kids benefit from ‘Shop with a Cop’ project

Officers, kids enjoy breakfast at the Eagles, Walmart shopping spree

  • Dec 5th, 2016 10:00pm
Hoquiam Police Chief Jeff Myers was among the area officers who participated in Saturday’s Shop with a Cop event. The project, in its 18th year, teams local law enforcement with kids selected by school principals from across the Harbor for breakfast at the Aberdeen Eagles, a ride in a department vehicle and $100 to spend at Walmart. Here Myers and his partner for the event, Shaylee Johnson, smile over a cart full of toys.
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Two Level 2 Sex Offenders register East Aberdeen address

Both men served sentences, are considered ‘moderate risk to re-offend’

  • Dec 5th, 2016 10:00pm
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The Grays Harbor Council of Governments is in the process of applying for a $600,000 EPA brownfield assessment grant. Working with the cities of Aberdeen, Hoquiam and Cosmopolis, and the firm Stantec, money from the grant would be used to find locations that would most benefit from cleanup and revitalization of old manufacturing and industrial sites. One area of interest is the old Posey Plant area in East Hoquiam.

Council of Governments seeks EPA ‘brownfield’ grant

$600,000 to find, assess sites, plan cleanup and redevelopment in Grays Harbor County

  • Dec 2nd, 2016 10:00pm
The Grays Harbor Council of Governments is in the process of applying for a $600,000 EPA brownfield assessment grant. Working with the cities of Aberdeen, Hoquiam and Cosmopolis, and the firm Stantec, money from the grant would be used to find locations that would most benefit from cleanup and revitalization of old manufacturing and industrial sites. One area of interest is the old Posey Plant area in East Hoquiam.

Dispatches for Dec. 2

Calls to emergency service agencies

  • Dec 2nd, 2016 10:00pm

North Shore Levee Project open house Dec. 6 at Rotary Log Pavilion

Location of preferred alignment, next steps to be discussed

  • Dec 2nd, 2016 10:00pm
Smell of natural gas closes several blocks of downtown Hoquiam

Smell of natural gas closes several blocks of downtown Hoquiam

Roads blocked off, businesses evacuated between J, K, 6th – 8th while crews searched for source

  • Dec 2nd, 2016 10:00pm
Smell of natural gas closes several blocks of downtown Hoquiam

Up to two inches of snow in forecast for late Sunday, early Monday

Cold weather from Fraser River could bring some snow, freezing temperatures

  • Dec 2nd, 2016 10:00pm
With the assistance of Grays Harbor Sheriff’s Office K-9 service dog Max and his handler, Deputy Tracy Gay, deputies and Elma Police were able to track down and arrest a man who fled from officers Wednesday morning. The suspect led officers on a chase down State Route 12, reaching speeds up to 85 mph before being arrested in a wooded area just inside the McCleary city limits. GRAYS HARBOR COUNTY SHERIFF

SR 12 high speed chase ends with K-9 pursuit, Longview man collared

Elma Police, deputies, ‘Max’ catch suspect in McCleary after Weds morning chase

  • Dec 2nd, 2016 8:30am
With the assistance of Grays Harbor Sheriff’s Office K-9 service dog Max and his handler, Deputy Tracy Gay, deputies and Elma Police were able to track down and arrest a man who fled from officers Wednesday morning. The suspect led officers on a chase down State Route 12, reaching speeds up to 85 mph before being arrested in a wooded area just inside the McCleary city limits. GRAYS HARBOR COUNTY SHERIFF

Dispatches for Dec. 1

Calls to public safety agencies

  • Dec 1st, 2016 2:49pm