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Sgt. James Samplawski retires after ten years

Officer James Samplawski
Officer James Samplawski

Nov. 30 didn't only signify the end of the month it also signified the end of a ten-year tenure for Raymond Police Sgt. James Samplawski.

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Crab Season still delayed, but Season is promising

Photo by Zed Blue - The crew of F/V Robin Blue shows off their catch.
Photo by Zed Blue - The crew of F/V Robin Blue shows off their catch.

Crabs are no longer too small according to the latest Washington Department Fish and Wildlife testing conducted earlier this week, but the season will still remain closed.

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Local first responders rescue driver trapped down embankment

Photo by  Pacific County Fire District 3 - Local fire departments rescue a trapped victim of a single car accident.
Photo by Pacific County Fire District 3 - Local fire departments rescue a trapped victim of a single car accident.

On Dec. 7 a 2000 Honda CRZ driven by 29 year old Cosmopolis resident Brenton Keller was traveling southbound on Highway 101 when his vehicle lost control, crossed the centerline, and crashed according to the Washington State Patrol. The vehicle crashed down an embankment and struck a tree according to the Raymond Fire Department.

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Christmas lighting rescheduled after pipe bomb scare

Christmas lighting rescheduled after pipe bomb scare

It was an exciting evening in Winlock on Saturday evening, every law enforcement agency was here for what appeared to be a pipe bomb. The lighting of the community Christmas Tree was cancelled and Kerron Street was blocked off.

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Large drug bust in Vader

Photo by Cheri Mitchell - Illegal grow discovered in Vader.
Photo by Cheri Mitchell - Illegal grow discovered in Vader.

Pacific County Sheriff's Office asked for assistance from Lewis County Sheriff's Office in a large marijuana grow raid in Grayland where two individuals were arrested. From that arrest, in information obtained from those individuals and from a cell phone mapping app found on one of the phones, it was revealed that there was an illegal grow operating at 725 B Street in Vader. 725 B Street in Vader is in a dense neighborhood, directly across from City Hall. There are homes both across the street, beside the home and behind the home.

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Isabel dances in the Nutcracker

Isabel Langhaim
Isabel Langhaim

Isabel Langhaim will be Clara in the Nutcracker playing at the Corbett Theatre in Centralia this coming weekend. Isabel is a Sophmore at Toledo high school and she has been involved in ballet for 3 years.

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Harbor Happenings

You are invited to TAC's Holiday Season Party at the Raymond High School, 1016 Commercial Street, Raymond on Dec. 13 at 5:00 p.m. This free event offers carols, cookie decorating, crafts and the movie Elf. Prizes for the best holiday outfit. Please donate a canned food item at the door. All ages are welcome.

The Raymond Theater is showing The Star: The Story Of The First Christmas movie on Friday, Dec. 15 at 7:00 p.m.; Saturday, Dec. 16 at 11:00 a.m.; and Sunday, Dec. 17 at 1:00 p.m. This showing is sponsored by the Lebam Community Church and admission is free.

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Simple Home Modifications That Can Help Seniors Age in Place

Simple Home Modifications That Can Help Seniors Age in Place

Dear Savvy Senior,

What tips can you recommend to help make a home safer for aging-in-place? My 76-year-old mother wants to stay living in her own home for as long as possible, but she doesn't have the money for any big renovations.

Concerned Son

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Sheaffer: Caregivers

Sheaffer: Caregivers

It's getting toward the end of the year--and I know you appreciate it when I point out the obvious.

This time, I want to look at a couple of different items: One a resource, and the other an opportunity. First, the resource.

Winter is definitely upon us, with wind, rain and cold driving a lot of us indoors as much as possible. For many people, indoors might be dryer, but not necessarily warmer. Heaters are on more, power bills climb, and sometimes tough decisions have to be made.

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