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WHH - Front Page

"Ugly" Ed Norman Business Liquidation Auction!

"UGLY" ED NORMAN

BUSINESS LIQUIDATION AUCTION!

PART II

100 3rd Street Raymond, WA.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15TH

PREVIEW 11AM AUCTION 12 Noon

Tools--and tool rental clearance, furniture, primitives!

See photos on line.

www.garrisonauctioneers.com

360-262-9154 Lic#2332

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South Bend City Council makes adjustment to proposed B&O tax

SOUTH BEND - Things ran smooth and quick at the last South Bend City Council meeting. Three main items from the published agenda, all in their second reading, were passed by the council.

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Thank you for your service
The Emerick Family, three ex-Maries living a new life as part of their community in Raymond. Neal, Colleen and Tara.
Thank you for your service

By SCOT PEARSON

Veterans Day has gone through several changes in its history. From the end of World War I Armistice Day was started as a day of remembrance for the war to end all wars. As World War II broke out, Congress made changes to the annual event, and through its course it even became a floating holiday for a short period in the 1970's, to help boost the economy, as well as honor veterans.

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The Spartan test of strength is not for all
The Spartan Finish: Tiffany Coates comes across the finish, tired but ready to take on her next challenge. She is living the life of a Spartan.
The Spartan test of strength is not for all

By SCOT PEARSON

For some just getting out of bed is a task, while others enjoy a brisk autumn walk, or even a jog. But if you really want to test yourself, it is not a marathon that you should seek, become a Spartan and really test your strength.

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WHH - Letters to the Editor

Dennis Family Extends Heartfelt Thanks to Community

Our family would like to say thank you to the hundreds of people that have reached out to us with the recent death of my wife and her battle with cancer she lost.

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WHH - Sports

Pacific League All-League Football Team

First Team Offense

OFFENSIVE MVP - McCoy Bichler Rainier Jr.

QB - Alex McAra North Beach Jr.

RB - Wyatt Dunlap Life Christian Jr.

RB - Cameron Keller North Beach Sr.

RB - Elliott Murdock Raymond Jr.

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Raymond blows up Morton-White Pass 30-0
Photo by Scot Pearson Raymond's Elliott Murdock scoots upfield for yardage during the Seagulls' big win over Morton-White Pass Saturday during playoff action at Aberdeen.
Raymond blows up Morton-White Pass 30-0

By SCOT PEARSON

ABERDEEN - Stewart Field in Aberdeen is about to get real busy and with Raymond's win over Central 2B Morton-White Pass, 30-0, in a District IV crossover game, they will make a return trip this Saturday to face La Conner (8-2) of the Northwest League in the first round of the District IV 2B football sacchariferous sixteen. Kickoff is set for 4 pm.

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Titans blast past Mountaineers 36-0
Willapa Valley's Trevor Cook fight for yardage against Rainier during the Titans' big win.
Titans blast past Mountaineers 36-0

Taking a third-place Central 2B league finish (7-2), the team that some thought would have a hard time even getting through the year based on everything that they had to do to even start the season; have taken another step and entered into post season play with their 36-0 win over Pacific League 2B Rainier Mountaineers (6-3) in a District IV cross-over game held in at one of the two home stadiums of the Titans.

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WHH - Glance at the Past

A Glance at the Past 11-12-14

100 years ago from the Raymond Herald

November 5, 1914

Coal samples look good

Egan and Feliz Balcunas were in from their farm on Mill creek yesterday. They had with them samples of an excellent quality of coal which was recently discovered on their place. The vein unearthed is seven and a half feet in thickness, and they have now tunneled into the big hill in which the coal was discovered to a depth of 80 feet, and find the vein maintaining its size while the quality of the coal naturally increases.

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