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(360) 942-3466 • PO Box 706, Raymond, WA 98577

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Showing 4 articles from July 28, 2014.

WHH - Front Page

Officials assess solid waste pollution
On the beaches in Pacific and Grays Harbor Counties, people dump garbage illegally in the night. Garbage here is staged to wash away with the tide on Washaway Beach.
Officials assess solid waste pollution

at Washaway Beach

WASHAWAY BEACH - Last Tuesday, July 22, officials met with Tokeland/North Cove residents to assess solid waste pollution from housing falling into the ocean and numerous illegal dump-sites on Washaway Beach. The county hoped to establish a mitigation plan and long-term funding by meeting with the officials.

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WHH - Local News

Evans new Transit director

After 19 years as Pacific County Transit Director, Tim Russ will be heading into retirement and replacing him will be newly selected Richard Evans.

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WHH - Politics

South Bend sewer rates to raise $20 August 1

By Patrick Myers

SOUTH BEND - The South Bend City Council met on Monday, July 28 to discuss the sewer rate increase. The second reading of the ordinance was passed, and the $20 rate increase starts on Friday, August 1.

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WHH - Humor

Join the Fun at the Harbor Festival this Weekend
Photo by Sally Kunke The annual Harborfest Parade is Saturday at noon in historic downtown Raymond.
Join the Fun at the Harbor Festival this Weekend

The Willapa Harbor Festival is upon us – join the community this weekend, August 1 – 3 in celebrating the summer months with live music, merchant sales, dances, and eat outs.

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