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Showing 13 articles from December 7, 2014.

WHH - Front Page

Accident ties up traffic for 3½ hours
Repsonse crews survey the accident that happened at 7:30 am on Dec. 4 at the intersection of State Routes 101 and 6. Both drivers are OK. Traffic was congested for more than three hours.
Accident ties up traffic for 3½ hours

A log truck versus concrete beam accident tied up traffic for just over three hours in the morning of Dec. 4 in Raymond. All parties involved in the accident have been reported to be OK after the collision, suffering abrasions and bruising.

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Dunsmoor selected as Raymond mayor
Jason Dunsmoor takes the oath of Office as administered by Raymond City Clerk Hester Gilland. "I am ready to get started," said Mayor Dunsmoor.
Dunsmoor selected as Raymond mayor

By SCOT PEARSON

A Special Meeting was held for the City of Raymond on December 4. The only item on the agenda was the selection of a new mayor.

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Its time to fix Rock Crusher Hill
Traffic is again traveling over Rock Crusher Hill. With 140 yards of fresh gravel, the "Dip" is patched again. WSDOT says a more permanent fix is in the works.
Its time to fix Rock Crusher Hill

By SCOT PEARSON

GRAYS HARBOR - Along Highway 101 - for the past 20 years, the Washington State Department of Transportation has been mending the area known as Rock Crusher Hill.

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Raymond lights up
Raymond lights up

By SCOT PEARSON

For one night the city streets of Raymond light up with the annual running of the Raymond Lighted Street Parade.

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WHH - Fish and Wildlife

DFW seeks assistance in poaching case

Poachers in Raymond

The Department of Fish and Wildlife is seeking assistance in a poaching case involving Elk just outside of Raymond.

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WHH - Community

Get ready for Santa

SOUTH BEND - Are you ready for a visit from Santa Claus? If you are looking to have your child sit on the lap of the jolly man, you just might find him at the South Bend Christmas Festival and Lighted Boat parade that is scheduled for Dec. 19 in South Bend.

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WHH - Local News

Trees pulled along city sidewalks
Raymond Public Works crew pulls out one of the final trees along Fourth Street near the Raymond Post Office. The streets were cleaned up and gravel added to fill the hole.
Trees pulled along city sidewalks

Some of the city streets might look a little bare as Raymond Public Works crews are removing some curbside trees that are damaging the sidewalks.

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WHH - Sports

Lady Gulls open season with a rash of wins
Lady Gulls open season with a rash of wins

By SCOT PEARSON

This year for coach Jon Schray and his Lady Seagulls they have already been tested with wins over 1A schools and their first 2B League win over Ocosta.

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South Bend's opening week brings mixed results for both girls and boys
South Bend's opening week brings mixed results for both girls and boys

By PAT MYERS

The South Bend Indians, both boys and girls, split their season non-league opening week with a win and a loss. Both teams won their first game and lost their second.

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Viking girls win twice

By PATRICK L. MYERS

The Willapa Valley girls went hard in the paint to kickoff their first week of basketball. Willapa Valley has five returning players, one sophomore, one junior and three seniors.

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WHH - Photos + Videos

Christmas Concert
Christmas Concert

Photo by Steve Rogers

It was a full house last Sunday at the Raymond Theatre as the Willapa Harbor Chorale, under the direction of Rick Gauger, presented their annual Christmas concert.

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WCC - Pacific County

PUD approves new solar electric generating facility

On Tuesday, December 2, the PUD commissioners passed the 2015 fiscal year budget for the Electrical Department, the Bay Center Water Department, the Lebam Water Department, and the Wilson Point Water Department.

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WHH - Glance at the Past

A Glance at the Past

100 years ago from the Raymond Herald

December 18, 1914

Christmas Programs at Raymond Churches

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