SOUTH BEND – Failing to register as a sex offender, methamphetamine sentencing, various felonies and drug court admissions were on the work order in Pacific County Superior Court under Judge Mike Sullivan the past few Fridays.
By GEORGE KUNKE
SOUTH BEND – Former Pacific County Sheriff John Didion died of a heart attack late last Tuesday afternoon (Dec. 10). During the week residents quietly spoke of disbelief and respect of the man who looked like he was bigger than life, but really was a down to earth compassionate man. Anyone who knew John would
ABERDEEN – Earlier in the year, Aria came to Aberdeen for a break from her fast and furious life in Bellevue and happened on Grayport.
Bud passed away peacefully at home on December 7, 2013 after a recurrence of cancer. He was born August 5, 1941 in Lebam, Wash., to Merle
Jimmie J. Hilliard, a Raymond resident, died Monday, December 16, 2013 at the Willapa Harbor Care Center in Raymond; he was 87. He was born August 11, 1926 in Berryville, Arkansas to James and Gertrude (Beaver) Hilliard.
Willapa Valley improved to 4-1 on the young season after registering two lopsided wins in girls basketball last week.
Rochester led South Bend the entire game enroute to a 48-39 victory last Wednesday. The Lady Warriors took 32 more field goal attempts than the visiting Indians and forced 27 turnovers.
By GEORGE KUNKE
Willapa Valley was on cruise control during road victories at Lake Quinault (Tuesday, Dec. 10) and Naselle last Friday.
Former Toledo Elementary School Principal Ron Reynolds has filed suit against Lewis County for what he claims were unfair and unlawful proceedings leading to a 2011 inquest into the 1998 shooting death of his wife, Ronda Reynolds.
The inquest, concluded by a jury on Oct. 19, 2011, found Ronda Reynolds had been a victim of homicide rather than suicide, and identified Ron Reynolds and son Jonathan Reynolds as likely suspects in the matter. Though they were arrested for murder on Oct. 28, 2011, both were released after a preliminary court appearance due to a lack of charges filed by the Lewis County Prosecutor’s Office, with officials citing a significant lack of tangible evidence in the matter.
A Winlock man has died after shooting himself during a standoff with law enforcement yesterday, according to the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office.
The yet-unnamed individual has been described as a 23-year-old who had invaded his family’s home Saturday on the 100 block of Florence Place, east of Winlock, with a handgun, making death threats and refusing to leave.
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