At 4:27 pm on January 30, the Washington State Patrol responded to a two vehicle collision that took place at mile post 22 on State Route 6. This is about 22 miles east of Raymond.
The Grays Harbor Herald had the honor of being invited to the capital to shadow Representative Rossetti as he went about his day, giving insight into the daily life of a Washington Lawmaker. When I arrived at the Capital at 8am, I was told to go to a landmark sun dial that sat behind the Legislative Building. From there I met Rosetti and was taken into one of the buildings, and I followed Rep. Rossetti into a committee meeting room, where the Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee had been conducting a meeting.
The Raymond City Council met at 6pm the night of Monday, January 1 for their regular twice monthly meeting. Head of Department Police Chief Spoor was missing from the meeting, as well as Public Works Director Dean Parsons. The council dealt with the regular business by approving the agenda for the current meeting as well as the minutes from the previous meeting. After the council dealt with the minutes from the previous meeting it was time in the meeting to hear from the public.
Razor clam diggers can look forward to more than a month of razor clam digging opportunities at Long Beach on the Washington coast.