By GEORGE KUNKE
The Coast Guard rescued four people and their dog near Leadbetter Point at the entrance to Willapa Bay after their vessel, Genesis A, ran aground early Friday morning. Genesis A became lodged on a sandbar after the driver of the boat fell asleep, according to Petty Officer Third Class Jordan Akiyama.
State Senator Brian Hatfield (D-Raymond) recently accepted a new chairmanship of the Senate Agriculture, Water and Rural Economic Development Committee.
Raymond clinched the Pacific League championship by crushing Northwest Christian 49-40 Saturday night at Lacey. It was the 18th straight win for the Lady Seagulls of head coach Jon Schray.
Raymond received a stiff challenge from the stubborn Lady Navigators, who are usually a stiff opponent in their own gym.
The Pacific County Sheriff’s Office received a gift in the form of a patrol boat from the Cowlitz County Sheriff’s Office last Thursday. It will be used for official law enforcement business. The boat is a 1996 20-foot Almar jet boat. It will be used for patrol missions and search and rescue missions in Pacific County.
Community Gospel Concert, Castle Rock Library book sale, Pilot program operating at Transfer Station, Winlock Historical Museum, Conceal-carry licenses by appointment only
Crab Feed coming up March 2 at the Lions Club Hall. A whole crab, half a crab and or lasagna are the main features. Tickets are available in advance and can be purchased by calling Carol Broom at (360) 295-3801. Be sure to get them soon. See you there!
Joe is survived by Rita
SOUTH BEND – South Bend used its superior height advantage and Katlyn Sawyer pumped in 18 points and tore down a dozen rebounds to lead South Bend to a 50-37 thumping of Willapa Valley in a physical, turnover-filled game before a crowd of about 325 Saturday night at Koplitz Field House.
With the win, South Bend pulled into a tie for second place with Valley in the Pacific League. Valley (12-7, 8-3) closes out the season against league champion Raymond (18-1, 11-0) Wednesday at Seagull Gym, while South Bend (10-9, 8-3) hosts Naselle (2-14, 2-9). The second place team gets a first round bye at the District IV tournament, which starts Tuesday, Feb. 6. at Montesano and Rochester.
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