• RV work at Fairgrounds
    The Waterville Fairgrounds will soon become more recreational vehicle friendly The work is funded by a $50,000 grant from the State Department of Agriculture and $40,000 from Douglas County...
  • Teen busted in Grant Co. sting
    Posted Friday, 03-06-15 MOSES LAKE, Wash. – A 17-year-old Moses Lake boy is in custody after being caught by Grant County Sheriff’s Deputies during a Thursday morning sting operation in response to several recent crimes in the Larson Community. Sheriff's officials say deputies were hiding in the 1200 block of Arnold Drive hoping to catch a suspect in the act of vehicle prowling. Deputies saw the boy attempt to get into two locked cars. When they searched him, they found several sets of keys belonging to several previous vehicle prowl victims. The boy also had methamphetamine, marijuana, three knives and a toy handgun. The boy was also arrested for having a glass pipe and tobacco shredder which were stolen during an overnight burglary of a shed in the Larson Community. Deputies were also able to connect the boy as a suspect in a Wednesday morning theft of a pickup truck from the 1200 block of Arlington Drive. The pickup was stolen when its owner left it running in the driveway and two youth were seen driving it away. It was recovered a short time later.
  • Driver of Truck Involved in School Bus Crash Was Charged Last Year With Drowsy-Driving-Caused Crash
    Posted Friday 3/6/15   The truck driver State Troopers allege caused Thursday's fatal three-vehicle crash in Douglas County has a history of falling asleep at the wheel.    Trooper Darren Wright says 54 year old Kenneth Hahn of Yakima was charged in another drowsy driving-caused injury accident in almost the same location North of Orondo last year...
  • Orondo Bus accident
    A 22 year old Orondo woman is dead following a three vehicle collision Thursday morning a few miles north of Orondo that involved an Orondo School District bus filled with students...
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