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Showing 11 articles from December 14, 2014.

WHH - Front Page

Citizen addresses council about water leak

By SCOT PEARSON

Newly selected Mayor Jason Dunsmoor sat for his first official Raymond City Council meeting and was addressed by the public with a few concerns.

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Grayport lands at Pitchwood

This past week the Pitchwood Alehouse in Raymond was turned into a movie set as Independent Spirit Films took over the establishment to film a few scenes for the upcoming neo-noir crime thriller Grayport.

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Keep a watchful eye on homes in your community

By SCOT PEARSON

After the fire that took the vacant home of Tom Arnold, his discovery of the cost of what might be next makes him head warning to the community.

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Mayor Struck forecasts the upcoming year

By SCOT PEARSON

SOUTH BEND - For South Bend Mayor Julie Struck it has only been one year come January 2015, but she feels that changes in the management of the city, along with a new focus on South Bend will bring a better city come 2015.

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Pacific County Businesses of the Year
In front from left are Liz Rogers, Salon LOL; and Laurie Carter, Peninsula Players. In middle from left: Nancy Gorshe, EDC president and owner of Depot Restaurant; Judy Beezley, J&B Accounting; and Kristine Torset, Shoalwater Bay Tribal Community Library.
Pacific County Businesses of the Year

ILWACO - The Pacific County Economic Development Council conducted its annual Business of the Year event at the Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum in Ilwaco on Nov. 13.

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The Vikings stomp out the Seagulls
Photo by Larry Bale Viking Chase Flemetis on his way to a double double against the Seagulls
The Vikings stomp out the Seagulls

By PATRICK MYERS

The Valley Vikings welcomed the Raymond Seagulls to their gym on Tuesday night, December 9 with a nice 53 to 44 win on the Vikings part.

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WHH - Education

Valley students attend GEAR UP program
Willapa Valley Students will have the opportunity to attend two, 50 minute workshops. Attending GEAR UP were Izak Hartwell, Cub Bair, Keyton Barnum, Patrick Peason, Emilee Layman, Claire Borg, Amber Anderson, Caeleb Fetter, Skyler Tanaka, Hunter Kudasik,
Valley students attend GEAR UP program

GEAR UP sponsored the Willapa Valley ninth and eighth grade classes attendance at the Life Management Program at the Centralia Community College last Friday.

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WHH - Letters to the Editor

President Obama is making Racial Tensions Worse

It's a national disgrace how our lame duck president, many politicians, and talking heads are bad mouthing our police, CIA, and armed services.

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TC - Police, Fire and EMS

District 5 approves AMR contract

Lewis County Fire District 5 has accepted a contract with American Medical Response (AMR), severing their ties with Lewis County Medic One as of the first of the year.

Based in Napavine, the district had begun comparing their alternatives to Medic One earlier this year after it was discussed District 5's rates for service from Medic One would likely be changing. Since 2010, Medic One had been paying District 5 $100 per call to respond to emergencies within the district, while Medic One had been allowed to retain whatever proceeds were generated from billing the patient.

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Meyer declines to prosecute most I-594 violations

Lewis County Prosecutor Jonathan Meyer has stated his office will not prosecute those who violate new gun control regulations imposed by I-594, except cases in which criminals are knowingly supplied firearms.

In effect as of Dec. 4, I-594, approved during the November General Election by a statewide majority of 59.27 percent, though it failed in Lewis County by a majority of 67.19 percent, requires criminal background checks for most private gun transactions, with violators facing up to 364 days in jail and up to a $5,000 fine.

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WHH - Glance at the Past

A Glance at the Past

100 years ago from the Raymond Herald

December 18, 1914

Coasters meet with mishaps

The hard frosts which have prevailed every night for more than a week past have made the hill streets of Raymond the objective point of throngs of boys and girls every evening, to enjoy the sport of coasting.

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