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Showing 18 articles from January 13, 2013.

WHH - Front Page

A Lazy Saturday
Photo by Larry Bale While out driving, Larry Bale captured a picturesque view along the Willapa River, which he titled, A WeyCo afternoon.
A Lazy Saturday
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Acosta arrested for stolen property

MENLO - Rafael Acosta, 25, of Raymond was booked into Pacific County Jail  last Wednesday morning on charges of possession of a controlled substance  (Methamphetamine), resisting arrest, possession of a stolen motor vehicle (2 counts) and possession of stolen property.

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Cops staying on top of crime

By GEORGE KUNKE

South Bend Police Chief Dave Eastham told the Herald that there were no significant arrests made during the past week in South Bend.

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Indian Homecoming royalty
Indian Homecoming Royalty Photo by Steve Rogers The South Bend Winter Homecoming Court includes from left Prince Andrew Spoor, Princess Emma Lorton, King T.J. Hodgson, Queen Katlyn Sawyer, Prince Ryan Overstake, Princess Lakyn From, Prince Bubba Madrid, a
Indian Homecoming royalty
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Jim and LaRayne Watts’ love of theater remains strong at Hannan Playhouse
Photo by Vivian Edersheim The multi-talented duo of LaRayne and Jim Watts have been a mainstay with the Willapa Players for years.
Jim and LaRayne Watts’ love of theater remains strong at Hannan Playhouse

The love of the theater has played an important part in the lives of Jim and LaRayne Watts.

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Noted historian, author to speak
Noted regional author and historian, Irene Martin, will be the featured speaker at the Pacific County Historical Society’s annual meeting at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, February 10 at the Naselle-Grays River Valley High School.
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Vikings blast Comets, ‘Cats

By GEORGE KUNKE

Decent shooting, ample rebounding and a balanced offensive attack enabled Willapa Valley to prevail over visiting Ocosta 69-54 Friday night at Tenoski Gym.

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TC - Regular Columns

The Spirit of the Cowlitz: Their Food
The Cowlitz lived on streams and were good fishermen. They were also good hunters who followed the dear at all seasons. Salmon was the tribe’s principal food, while venison was the principal flesh food.
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Toledo News 1.16.13

Toledo High School Drama presents An Evening of Improv in the Commons 7 p.m. Wednesday. Freewill donations support THS Arts.

Toledo School District Board meets 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the High School Library for Community Levy Finance Forum, followed by January Board Meeting at 7 p.m. Public invited.

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Vader News 1.16.13

Neighborhood Watch will hold a citywide meeting Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in the Fire Hall. A 2013 schedule of events will be discussed along with potential CERT Class dates. Let’s work together to keep our small community safe.

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Winlock News 1.16.13

Well, first of all, the Olequa Senior Center is about to host their monthly BIG, BIG Breakfast this Saturday from 8 to 10:30 a.m. You can make it a breakfast date and bring your friends to enjoy piping hot pancakes. If you’re not interested in pancakes, then biscuits and gravy, hash browns, eggs, and sausages will also be available. There is a choice of orange juice and coffee. You won’t leave hungry, and you get it all for $5. For more information on this or future events, please contact the senior center at (360) 785-4325.

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WHH - Sports

Bisbee, So, Hamilton lead Gulls to wins

Bisbee, So, Hamilton lead Gulls to wins

By GEORGE KUNKE

Raymond won a tough non-league game at Rainier 56-49 Saturday night.

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Lady Gulls shred two more for 13th straight
Photo by Paulene Maneman Raymond HS sophomore Jennifer Chavez drives to the hoop against Ocosta at Seagull Gym.
Lady Gulls shred two more for 13th straight

By GEORGE KUNKE

Raymond continued its winning ways with its 12th and 13th straight victories in girl’s basketball.

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Lady Indians fend off Navigators

KOPLITZ FIELD HOUSE — Balanced scoring and a huge advantage at the foul line helped South Bend derail Northwest Christian before a crowd of about 300 Saturday night at Koplitz Field House.

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Lady Vikings swamp Ocosta

By GEORGE KUNKE

Willapa Valley outscored Ocosta 43-13 in the final three quarters to win convincingly 53-21 Saturday at Westport.

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Navs steer Indians to 60-52 loss
Photo by Steve Rogers South Bend HS sophomore Justin Elliott hauls down a board for the Indians in the Tribe's tough Pacific League loss to Northwest Christian before the Homecoming crowd Saturday at Koplitz Field House.
Navs steer Indians to 60-52 loss

By GEORGE KUNKE

KOPLITZ FIELD HOUSE – South Bend nearly notched its first win of the season but an 11-0 run was too much to overcome during a 60-52 loss to Northwest Christian before a crowd of about 300 at Koplitz Field House on Homecoming Saturday night.

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Pacific League Standings

Pacific League Standings

 

Boys                               W-L          Overall

Raymond                        7-0    12-2

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TC - Police, Fire and EMS

Crime and Injury Report 1.16.13
Crime and Injury Report 1.16.13

A Napavine man is being sought after allegedly violating a protection order in Winlock Friday, according to the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office.

Adam C Sullivan, 30, has been referred for charges of felony violation of a protection order and fourth-degree assault/domestic violence after his wife, a 41-year-old Winlock woman, called police to report Sullivan had attacked her on the 200 block of Roe Rd., south of Winlock.

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