Load of logs spilt on SR 12 Monday

November 23rd, 2015
A load of logs was spilt onto SR 12 going east bound at the Devonsire ...

APD goes green with LED Lighting

November 19th, 2015
Chief Torgerson reports that the Aberdeen Police Department just ...

Multi Vehicle Accident Hwy 109

November 17th, 2015
Earlier today on our Facebook page we advised of a multi vehicle ...

2 transported for injuries SR 109 Tuesday Afternoon

November 10th, 2015
A 30 year old Elma driver, along with a passenger were transported ...

Collision with Fire Engine Sends 8 to Hospitals

November 07th, 2015
Washington State Patrol reports that this morning at approximately ...

Northbound 109 Hit & Run Accident

November 06th, 2015
This morning, approximately 8:54AM the Washington State Patrol (WSP) ...

GHSO Searches for and catches burglary suspect Thursday

October 31st, 2015
As broght to you on our Facebook Page on Thursday the Sheriffs ...

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  • No injuries as Fire Guts Cranberry Road Winery, Owners Plan to Rebuild
    A major fire gutted the Cranberry Road Winery East of Westport last night. Owner Chris Tiffany posted on the company’s facebook page overnight that the building in the 2800 block of Forrest St. was fully involved by the time he arrived. Crews were called to the building just after 6 Tuesday night. No injuries were […]
  • Chinook and Cayuse passes close for the season
    Washington State Department of Transportation maintenance crews made the decision on November 24th, to close Chinook and Cayuse passes for the season. WSDOT determined the avalanche risk is too great to allow traffic to safely cross State Route 410/Chinook Pass and SR 123/Cayuse Pass. In addition, the National Park Service expressed concern about debris and […]
  • Hoquiam Police Department Seeking Teens for Explorer Program
    The Hoquiam Police Department is looking for young adults, between the ages of 16-to 20-years of age to join the Hoquiam Police Explorer Post. Police Explorers learn about law enforcement first-hand through meetings, training and ride-alongs with police officers. Explorers also serve the department and community in a variety of ways, while developing a greater […]

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