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Showing 12 articles from January 4, 2015.

WHH - Front Page

Elected officials swear in
Elected officials swear in

Swearing into office

From left are Lisa Ayers, Pacific County Commissioner Position 3; Renee Goodin, Pacific County Treasure; Joyce Kidd, Pacific County Auditor; Betsy Penoyar, North District Court Judge; Bruce Walker, Pacific County Assessor; and Mark McClain, Pacific County Prosecuting Attorney. The elected officials took the oath of office at the county courthouse.

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WHH - Community

Chamber Nominations

The Willapa Harbor Chamber of Commerce will again be honoring a Person of the Year, Business of the Year and Citizen of the Year at our 2014 Awards Banquet scheduled for Saturday, February 7.

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WHH - Education

Free CERT Training

The Pacific County Emergency Management Agency (PCEMA) is offering a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) course in Raymond. Training is scheduled as follows:

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WHH - Letters to the Editor

Senior Center Expresses Gratitude

The Pacific County Senior Center wishes to give a big thank you to all that contributed to the 2014 Silent Auction.

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WHH - Local News

PCEMA Council Meeting

The next PCEMA Council Meeting

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WHH - Sports

Lady Gulls stomp South Bend
Photo by Larry Bale Raymond's Kendra Dunsmoor and South Bend's Emily Sanchez lock up the ball for a change of possession. The Lady Seagulls won 62-18 to remain undefeated on the season at 10-0. The Lady Indians dropped to 4-5.
Lady Gulls stomp South Bend

By PATRICK MYERS

The Lady Seagulls of Raymond crushed the Lady Indians of South Bend in their home court on Friday night 62-18.

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Willapa Harbor takes sixth at Bash on the Beach

For the 13th year in a row wrestlers met at North Beach for the Bash at the Beach. Fourteen weight divisions represented by 121 wrestlers and 13 schools were on hand for the annual mid-season event.

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WHH - Law Enforcement

Missing Person
Missing Person

Be on the Look Out
It has been reported that Elma resident Ross Baun, 31, described as a white male, 6' 5'', 290 pounds is missing. Baun took off on foot in the dark hours of Sunday morning (Jan. 4) on Monohon Landing Road in Raymond. Last known spot was by a cedar tree near the river. There is now a statewide missing persons report out since this morning, Jan. 5. Baun was last known to be in the Raymond area and has been missing since Sunday morning. If you have seen him or know of any information please call or text (360) 470-1423. Residents are encouraged to please SHARE this post on Facebook, (a posting is on the Grays Harbor Scanner Facebook page), so as many people as possible see it and hopefully someone has some information on his whereabouts.

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WHH - Photos + Videos

Icy wreck
Icy wreck

Icy wreck

Photo by Scot Pearson

Early morning frost and driving too fast along Highway 101 caused this driver to veer off the road and turn on its side.

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WCC - Pacific County

County Republicans elect new officers
Photo by Jack Smith From left are Aaragon Markwell, Vice Chair; Brett Malin, Treasurer; Nansen Malin, Chair; Gretchen Sagen, Secretary; Sue Pattillo, State Committeewoman; and Glenn Thomas, State Committeeman.
County Republicans elect new officers

The Pacific County Republican Party held their reorganization meeting on Saturday in South Bend. Elected Precinct Committee Officers met to vote for party officers for the 2015 and 2016 term.

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Free CERT Training

The Pacific County Emergency Management Agency (PCEMA) is offering a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) course in Raymond. Training is scheduled as follows:

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WHH - Glance at the Past

A Glance at the Past

100 years ago from the Raymond Herald

January 8, 1915

Bank officials face new charges

New developments in the matter of the Raymond Trust Company failure transpired this week,

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