In August, there was a podcast between Sheriff Snaza and Candidate Centralia Police Sergeant Tracy Murphy. After the Chief of Police of Centralia Stacy Denham sent an email to Sheriff Snaza asking as to why he did not tell the truth on the podcast. As of this printing, there has been no reply from Sheriff Snaza to Chief Denham.
On Wednesday, October 12, Lewis County PUD had a ribbon cutting for their new broadband service to the Boistfort Valley and Rainbow Falls extension. Why is this a big deal, because for so long areas that are outside of the Twin Cities have not had great internet service. Now, the PUD is getting into the broadband business.
At 10:20 a.m. on October 20, 2022, Pacific County will participate in the largest earthquake drill ever: ShakeOut! Earthquakes can happen anywhere, so everyone should know how to protect themselves when an earthquake occurs. Coastal earthquakes can be followed by tsunamis - which is why the Great Washington ShakeOut includes a tsunami drill.
Washington's network of All Hazard Alert Broadcast (AHAB) sirens will be tested around 10:20 a.m. on October 20 using the wailing sound of a tsunami warning, not the Westminster Chimes that are used during the monthly tests. PLEASE DO NOT CALL 911.
The wailing sound will be followed by this message in English and Spanish: "This is a test of the siren alert system. If you are in a low coastal area, test your evacuation route. If this had been a real emergency, you should follow evacuation routes, move to higher ground inland, now. Do not delay. Do not return until directed to do so. Tune into your local media sources for further instructions. This was only a test."
This pirate den is located along SR 105 in North Cove. Better keep your eye peeled or you'll be walking the plank.
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