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Photo by Jeff Clemens - Traffic was closed on US 101 between Butte Creek and Smith Creek Roads on Sunday, September 8 while fire crews worked to rescue a trapped passenger after a rollover accident.
Photo by Jeff Clemens - Traffic was closed on US 101 between Butte Creek and Smith Creek Roads on Sunday, September 8 while fire crews worked to rescue a trapped passenger after a rollover accident.

Rollover crash closes US 101 for over an hour

A truck hauling a classic truck on a trailer slid off the roadway on US 101 Sunday, September 8. The truck and trailer were headed northbound when they lost control and slid across both lanes coming to a rest in the southbound ditch after rolling over.

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New DNR simulation shows catastrophic CSZ tsunami impact on the coastline

The Washington State Department of Natural Resources released an updated tsunami simulation model on Tuesday, August 27. The model shows the potential scenario if a Cascadia Subduction Zone quake were to erupt. The updated information has provided both state and local agencies along with residents on the coastline a glimpse of what to expect.

Minutes expected to matter

The new model shows that should a CSZ quake strike off the coastline the Long Beach Peninsula would have a 15-20 minute window before a large caliber tsunami would strike the area. Areas such as Tokeland would be in the same window of time but further into the valley, those near Bay Center may have up to 45 minutes. Raymond and South Bend both are anticipated to have approximately 60-90 minutes before being impacted.

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Photo by Lewis Talk - Chris Gorton of Bonanza BBQ and Catering, Cyndi Philbrook of Farmers Insurance Toledo and Paula Burrows of Windermere Centralia are the hosts for the Down Home Toledo Shindig event.
Photo by Lewis Talk - Chris Gorton of Bonanza BBQ and Catering, Cyndi Philbrook of Farmers Insurance Toledo and Paula Burrows of Windermere Centralia are the hosts for the Down Home Toledo Shindig event.

Toledo shindig fundraiser event sure to be a hit

This week there will be a fundraiser event sponsored by the Windermere Foundation hosted by Paula Burrows of Windermere Centralia, Bonanza BBQ & Catering, and Farmers Insurance Toledo. All proceeds raised will benefit the Toledo School District children with basic needs. It's called the "Down Home, a Toledo WA Shindig" and everyone is invited to attend.

The event sounds like it will be a lively one with music performed by Tony Branco and Gubmint Cheese. There will also be a live, silent, and dessert auction, and of course a delicious "all you can eat" BBQ meal catered by the folks at Bonanza BBQ. Salads and fruit are by the Crowded Kitchen. As you can see, it is an event that the businesses in Toledo are supporting.

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Photo by Melanie Langley - The repainted rocks in the Napavine High School parking lot welcome students back to school.
Photo by Melanie Langley - The repainted rocks in the Napavine High School parking lot welcome students back to school.

First day back in Napavine

Napavine had a busy first day back! There were many things to be done in order to prepare for this next school year. Among those tasks, students needed to acquaint themselves with their new schedules and possibly a teacher they've never had before.

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MOMS

MOMS (Moms Offering Moms Support): We've changed our name to MOMS to reach more moms and kids by offering a time of connecting and encouragement. The journey of parenthood is tough, and sometimes you just really need understanding and support that only comes from the people in the same boat. Our group is blessed to be able to offer in-house childcare for both your littles in the nursery and your older children upstairs with crafts, snacks, bible stories and fun activities! You get to enjoy two hours with a great group of ladies! We eat treats, talk, laugh, share tips of the trade made friends, participate in fun crafts and activities, and support our community. Most importantly we are here for each other on the good days and bad, some days we laugh till we cry or cry till we laugh! Come check it out and leave encouraged and relaxed. MOMS will meet 9-11 am on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month during the school year. MOMS and kids meet at Raymond First Baptist Church at 913 Duryea Street. Call Amelia at 360 942-8090 or check out Facebook @ MOM-Raymond.

VFW meetings

The Veterans of Foreign Wars, Pacific Post 968 will meet on Wednesday, Sept. 11th at 7:00 p.m. at 308 Commercial St., Raymond.

Bay Center Assn. meeting

The monthly Bay Center Association meeting will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 11th at 6:30 p.m. in the Methodist Church on Second Street in Bay Center. Everyone is welcome.

ABC meeting

Alliance for a Better Community will meet on Wednesday, Sept. 11th, at 12:00 noon in the Raymond Community Center on Third St. (next to the Raymond Theatre) in Raymond. All public input is valuable and welcome.

NWH Grange meeting

The North Willapa Harbor Grange #947 will meet Wednesday, Sept. 11th at 7:30 p.m. in the Grange hall, corner of Hwy. 105 and Jacobson Rd.

Friends of Fair meeting

The Pacific County Friends of the Fair will meet Wednesday, Sept. 11th at 6:00 p.m. in the Pacific County Fair office at the Menlo fairgrounds. The meeting is open to the public.

Toddler storytime

A program of music, movement and books for toddlers age 0 to 2 and their participating caregivers will be held in the Raymond Timberland Library from 10:30 to 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 12.

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