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Showing 12 articles from February 1, 2013.

WHH - Front Page

Marine debris item found in Seaview

SEAVIEW – State officials are examining a large, metal cylinder that washed ashore last week at Cape Disappointment State Park to determine if it came from Japan as a result of being swept out to sea by the 2011 tsunami.

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Razor clam digs to start Thursday

State fishery managers have approved an evening razor clam dig that will run February 7-12 at Twin Harbors and some of those days at three other ocean beaches.

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WHH - Fish and Wildlife

Public hearing set on proposed sportfishing rules

The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission will take public comment on proposed changes to the state’s sportfishing rules during a public meeting Feb. 8-9 in Olympia. 

The commission, a nine-member citizen panel appointed by the governor

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WHH - Education

Business Week returns to schools

The Business Week Program will be returning to Willapa Harbor for the fifth consecutive year during the last week of March. The weeklong program helps prepare high school juniors to make informed choices related to future academic and career opportunities.

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WHH - Miscellaneous News

Volunteers in need for beach cleanup

AmeriCorps Member Leanna Reuss, in coordination with the Pacific County Emergency Management Agency (PCEMA) and the City of Long Beach, is recruiting volunteers in an ongoing effort to assist in cleaning Pacific County beaches of tsunami and other marine debris.

The tsunami that hit Japan began to deposit debris on

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WHH - Politics

Senator Murray’s Statement on Sec. Panetta’s Decision to Remove Ban on Women in Combat

Last Wednesday, U.S. Senator Patty Murray, Chairman of the Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee, and a member of the Defense Appropriations Subcommittee, released the following statement on Secretary Leon Panetta’s decision to remove the military’s ban on women serving in combat.

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WHH - Fire, EMTs, Coast Guard

Negligent driving wreck
WASHINGTON STATE PATROL
*                                   PRESS MEMO
DATE: 20130130    TIME: 1600    INV UNIT: 1110 - TROOPER J BLAKE
LOCATION:N109 MP34 - 20 MILES NORTH OF OCEAN SHORES
COUNTY:GRAYS HARBOR    COLLISION REPORT NUMBER:3400934   CASE FILE:
NBR VEH: 01    CARS: 01    TRUCKS: 00    MOTORCYCLES: 00   PEDESTRIANS: 00
NBR INJ: 01    DECEASED: 00              DRUGS OR ALCOHOL INVOLVED: NO
----------------------------------PERSON(S) INVOLVED----------------------------
NAME: PICKETT, JEFFREY L    AGE: 61 YEARS    SEX:MALE    MC ENDORSEMENT: N/A
CITY: TAHOLAH  DRIVER VEH 01  BELT/HELMET: NO
INJ/DISP: INJURED - TRANSPORTED TO COMMUNITY HOSPITAL
VEH1: PURPLE 2006 CHEVROLET HHR
DAMAGE/DISP: TOTALED - IMPOUNDED TO EMERALD'S TOWING
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-------------------------------------DESCRIPTION--------------------------------
VEHICLE WAS NORTHBOUND SR109 AT MP34 WHEN IT LEFT THE ROADWAY TO THE RIGHT,
IMPACTED THE DIRT EMBANKMENT AND ROLLED.  THE VEHICLE CAME TO REST
ON ITS WHEELS FACING SOUTHBOUND.
---------------------------------------CAUSE------------------------------------
DRIVER ONE - MEDICAL INCIDENT
--------------------------------------CHARGES-----------------------------------
DRIVER ONE - NEGLIGENT DRIVING 2ND
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WASHINGTON STATE PATROL - BREMERTON AC

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two car wreck near cosmo
WASHINGTON STATE PATROL
*                                   PRESS MEMO
DATE: 20130131    TIME: 1546    INV UNIT: 1184 - TROOPER B WATSON
LOCATION:S101 MP73.5 - 7 1/2 MILES SOUTH OF COSMOPOLIS
COUNTY:GRAYS HARBOR    COLLISION REPORT NUMBER:SECTOR   CASE FILE:
NBR VEH: 01    CARS: 00    TRUCKS: 01

NBR INJ: 01    DECEASED: 00              DRUGS OR ALCOHOL INVOLVED: NO
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WHH - State News

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Announces $20 Million in Grants to Conserve Coastal Wetlands

AMERICA’S GREAT OUTDOORS:

 

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Announces $20 Million in Grants to Conserve Coastal Wetlands


$7.5 Million in Six Washington Counties

Today, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe announced $20 million in grants to 24 critical coastal wetland projects in 13 states and territories to conserve and restore coastal wetlands and their fish and wildlife habitat.  An additional $21.3 million in matching funds will be provided by partner contributions from state and local governments, private landowners and conservation groups through the 2013 National Coastal Wetlands Conservation Grants Program. The announcement includes eight grants in six Washington counties worth more than $7.5 million.

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Northern Willapa Bay receives $800,000 grant

The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe announced $20 million in grants to 24 critical coastal wetland projects in 13 states and territories to conserve and restore coastal wetlands and their fish and wildlife habitat. An additional $21.3 million in matching funds will be provided by partner contributions from state and local governments, private landowners and conservation groups through the 2013 National Coastal Wetlands Conservation Grants Program. The announcement includes eight grants in six Washington counties worth more than $7.5 million.

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WCC - Pacific County

Construction Update & Travel Advisory

For the week through February 8

The following Washington State Department of Transportation construction and maintenance projects are expected to have some travel impacts within Pacific County. Motorists are encouraged to use caution when traveling in these areas and remember to " give 'em a brake " in construction zones.

CONSTRUCTION: US 101 - Bone River Bridge Replacement (mileposts 41.70 to 45.32

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WHH - Births

Allen Joseph Hodel, Jr.
A son, Allen Joseph Hodel Jr
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