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A Glance at the Past 8-6-14

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8-6-14

...100 years ago in the Raymond Herald

German Armies Threaten France

Tuesday, August 4, 1914

London, Aug 3- Three German armies, including 22 corps and nearly 1,000,000 strong, were advancing on France today.

One of these armies were marching through Belgium, the second was approaching French territory, spread out in fan like formation from Metz and the third was moving from a point close to the Swiss frontier.

 

...75 years ago in the Raymond Herald

Beach trade is Aided by Opening of New Highways

Friday, August 4, 1939

Opening of two new state highways, one leading into Seaview and the other extending through Seaview and Long Beach to Ocean Park has been welcomed by all persons in Pacific county this week.

 

...50 years ago in the Raymond Herald

Bomb Shelter Structure to Start Soon

Thursday, August 6, 1964

Work on the National Warning System shelter in Raymond should begin with a few weeks with approval this week by the U.S. Navy Bureau of Yards and Docks of plans. The Navy Bureau has approved plans for a building costing $5,725. It will be built on the corner of 2nd and Commercial streets and will contain about 190 square feet of space.

 

...25 years ago in the Willapa Harbor Herald

Frances Man, 30, Charged with Vehicular Homicide

Wednesday, August 9, 1989

Vehicular homicide and vehicular assault charges were filed Monday against David R. Hawley , stemming from a fatal auto accident June 10 near Lebam.

 

 

 

 



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