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Showing 7 articles from May 31, 2013.

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Cadets endure less-lethal training in Winlock
Cadets endure less-lethal training in Winlock
Cadets with the 2013 Police Reserve Academy in Winlock spent Saturday learning the proper use—and first-hand effects—of less-lethal takedown methods, which included being tazed and pepper sprayed. Above: Cadet Sam Schouten (center), of the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office, gets tazed in the back while supported by cadets Lee Barker (left), of the Morton Police Department, and Cadet Micah Rose (right), of the Centralia Police Department. For more pictures from “Hell Day,” keep checking www.hometowndebate.com.
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Higher Taxes, Costs Will Send Jobs Out of State
As lawmakers scramble to fund the state budget, some legislators and interest groups are targeting tax incentives designed to attract businesses and create jobs. Meanwhile, much-needed workers’ compensation reforms languish in the Legislature.
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WHH - Obituaries

Ida Laura Pearson
Ida Laura Pearson died Saturday, May 25,
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William E. Sears

William E. Sears, a longtime Raymond resident, died Tuesday, May 28, 2013 at his home in Raymond. He was born October 15, 1935 in Steilacoom to Robert James and  Eva Huerd.

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WHH - Letters to the Editor

P.U.D. Commissioners Are Elected to Protect our Interests

To the Editor:

Many of us are concerned about the on-going unfolding story concerning our local PUD.

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WHH - Law Enforcement

State trooper killed
Sean O'Connell
State trooper killed
Washington State Patrol Chief John R. Batiste announced the death of WSP Trooper Sean M. O’Connell, 38,
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WHH - Photos + Videos

Honored Indian
Photo Courtesy Tom Sanchez Bill Lippincott, of the SBHS Class of 1960, came by the high school and wanted to look at the trophy case. Lippincott is shown with the Merle Millam Award trophy that he was awarded in 1960. Bill lives in Daly City, Calif. (just
Honored Indian
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