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WHH - Front Page

12s rally to the Fan Fest
12s rally to the Fan Fest

The 12s' Fan Fest and Beach Party Weekend has kicked off the professional football season in Ocean Shores. Special guest Mama (Delisa) Lynch was invited to the beach to help the raising of the 12th man flag, and the 12s gathered at the convention center on Friday night in anticipation of watching their favorite team test their metal in a pre-season game.

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4-H Celebrating 100 Years
4-H Celebrating 100 Years

Chicago Tribune Press release December 4, 1954

CHICAGO - A jug band from Menlo, Pacific County, Wash., entertained 1,300 other 4-H boys and girls at breakfast for delegates to the National 4-H Club Congress yesterday.

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UFOs fly into Willapa Harbor Airport
UFOs fly into Willapa Harbor Airport

UFOs (or unidentified fly-in oyster lovers) took advantage of the annual Oyster Fly-In held at the Willapa Harbor Airport in Raymond and brought experimental, prototype and small single engine airplanes together on Saturday August 15.

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Boy Scouts take to the road
The Scouts line up for a Mountain Man Feast of Fish and Chips during their Mountain Man Camp. They had just finished their Star Wars Camp the previous night and will also hold cowboy camp later on their 50-mile route.
Boy Scouts take to the road

If you traveled along Highway 6 out of Raymond heading to Pe Ell and beyond this past week you may have seen a few hikers along the road.

Members of the Pacific Harbor Council Boy Scouts of America, Timberland District, were out for the second year in a row on their 50 Miler.

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City looking for residents to slow down
City looking for residents to slow down

Though it was a topic of discussion prior to the official start of the August 17 Raymond City Council meeting, it was brought up during council comments; speeding on Fowler Street.


The neighborhoods that call home along Fowler Street have been asking for more police presence or anything that may stop the fast pace of vehicles in the 25 mph zone.

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Liang's Restaurant update

Liang's Restaurant has re-opened, as they were closed due to some complications after the owners of the restaurant were in a motor accident. They have a slightly different schedule as well, Liang's will now be closed on Mondays, and from Tuesday to Thursday the hours will go from 11:30am to 8pm, and from Friday to Sunday from 11:30am to 9pm. The lunch buffet will only be served on Tuesdays and Wednesdays as well.

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TC - Front Page

Boy Scouts take to the road
The Scouts line up for a Mountain Man Feast of Fish and Chips during their Mountain Man Camp. They had just finished their Star Wars Camp the previous night and will also hold cowboy camp later on their 50-mile route.
Boy Scouts take to the road

If you traveled along Highway 6 out of Raymond heading to Pe Ell and beyond this past week you may have seen a few hikers along the road.

Members of the Pacific Harbor Council Boy Scouts of America, Timberland District, were out for the second year in a row on their 50 Miler.

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Dr. Wong of Winlock receives ORA
Dr. Wong of Winlock receives ORA

Dr. Chuen Y. Wong of Winlock, is among 95 optometrists throughout the United States who have received the American Optometric Association's (AOA) 2015 Continuing Optometric Recognition Award.

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Suhrbier to lead Cardinals
Suhrbier to lead Cardinals

Starting off the challenge of being a new (veteran) teacher to the Winlock School District in 2014, Ben Suhrbier has now taken on even more challenges with the start of 2015, by becoming the Winlock Cardinal's Athletic Director and Varsity Head Football Coach.

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Vader Council Meeting: Name Changing, Marijuana and Street Grants
Vader Council Meeting: Name Changing, Marijuana and Street Grants

On August 13, at 6:05 pm, with all members in attendance except Councilman Justin Olson, the Vader Council called their meeting to order. Taking the lead of the itinerary was the Mayor's report.

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Winlock discusses Bigfoot and fireworks
Winlock discusses Bigfoot and fireworks

The August 10, Winlock City Council meeting started as scheduled without Council Member Sam Patrick and with Ginny Boylen acting as clerk. After the call to order and the approval of the agenda, the council dove into matters of old business.

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TC - Lewis County Legals

Legal 78337: INVITATION TO BID
Legal 78337: INVITATION TO BID

City of Vader
Side Sewer Replacement Project - Phase II

Sealed proposals for furnishing all materials, labor and equipment for the following described work will be received by the City Clerk of the City of Vader, 317 8th Street, P.O. Box 189, Vader, WA 98593, up until 2:00 p.m. September 16, 2015.

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TC - Regular Columns

Ryderwood News 8.19.15
Ryderwood News 8.19.15

Last Thursday, Ryderwood was honored with a visit from a remarkable woman who grew up in Ryderwood when it was known as "The World's Largest Logging Camp". If I got the facts straight: she arrived in 1928 and left about 22 years later. She attended and graduated from the Ryderwood School; attended and taught vacation Bible school at the Ryderwood Community Church; married a logger; and her first two sons were delivered by Dr. Sulis in Pioneer Hall.

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Toledo News 8.19.15
Toledo News 8.19.15

Gallery 505 reports a successful showing of this year's Toledo Made theme wrapped up Saturday, with Cheese Days visitors and travelers from Ireland, Germany and even Oklahoma. For schedule, visit www.artgallery505.com

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Vader News 8.19.15
Vader News 8.19.15

Hot days still! That's not news but fact. This week is the " back to school " fair. Fun day on August 21 from 10 am-1 pm at Vader Assembly of God. The food bank is open the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month at the Vader Assembly of God church. Thank you Pastor Tracy for all the great community programs. For details on any of the church programs please call 295-3756.

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Winlock News 8.19.15
Winlock News 8.19.15

The rankings of the 20th most safest and most peaceful places to live in Washington is out. Winlock made it on the list! We who live here know this but to see it out is a great thing for our community. I was reading on Facebook the other day and I saw someone had written about Winlock being on a list, thought maybe it was for the usual "The World's Largest Egg" but it wasn't. This is what was written about our beautiful little town; "Your mind may be scrambled after you see The World's Largest Egg, featured in this secure farmland town with a population of 1,300+!" Congratulation to the City of Winlock for making it on the list. I would give you a number but it did state "in no ranking" order but it was number 6; that had to mean something, right?

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EXTRAS

Getting Ready  for School
Getting Ready for School

As the beginning of school approaches, we begin the various rituals that have become associated with the big event. During the last two weeks of summer, parents might begin implementing an earlier bedtime and start to wake our "late sleepers" a little earlier. Meal times may become a bit more regular. Calendars start to become a little more important. We do these things, as well as make other preparations, because we want to make sure our kids have the best possible start to school.

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TC - Government

Castle Rock Council Meeting
Castle Rock Council Meeting

As 7:30 p.m. approached on Monday, August 10, the Castle Rock Council Meeting began with a full council.


Starting this council meeting with business from the floor, John Miller spoke up with his concern: the rise of his water rates.

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Vader Council Meeting: Name Changing, Marijuana and Street Grants
Vader Council Meeting: Name Changing, Marijuana and Street Grants

On August 13, at 6:05 pm, with all members in attendance except Councilman Justin Olson, the Vader Council called their meeting to order. Taking the lead of the itinerary was the Mayor's report.

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WHH - Pacific County Legal Notices

LEGAL 78280: Judgement of Foreclosure
LEGAL 78280: Judgement of Foreclosure

"A Judgment of Foreclosure was entered and docketed in this case on May 15, 2014. The Judgment was
entered in favor of the Judgment Creditor: NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE LLC; against Estate Of Renee
Maple and Nina Maple, with a money award in the amount of $119,266.52 plus post judgment interest at
the rate of 8.5% per annum from May 15, 2014 to date of sale, with a per diem of $27.75, and whereas
said judgment is a foreclosure with deficiency judgment, twelve month redemption period.

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LEGAL 78279: SHERIFF'S PUBLIC NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROPERTY
LEGAL 78279: SHERIFF'S PUBLIC NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROPERTY

The Superior Court of Pacific County has directed the undersigned Sheriff of Pacific County to sell the
property described below to satisfy a judgment in the above-entitled action. If developed, the property
address is 4808 L Place, Seaview, WA 98644.

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Grays Harbor Herald Front Page

Forum at Furford:  Aberdeen candidates speak out
"It seemed that they had found ways to go around city hall. And that is not the relationship that I want at all." - Larson
Forum at Furford: Aberdeen candidates speak out

During an evening gathering of around 30 political savvy Harborites of Aberdeen and other communities, Aberdeen Mayoral candidates Jack Micheau and Erik Larson, fresh off the Grays Harbor primary, answered questions from the public at the Furford Gathering Center.


With the general election edging closer and with enough unclaimed votes to make the race very close, Micheau and Larson agreed to participate in an open public forum without forewarning of topics or questions.

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Grays Harbor Crime

Crime Reports 8.19.15
Crime Reports 8.19.15

Aberdeen
07/30/2015
08:05 AM
200 Block E MARKET
Threatening
09:28 AM
500 Block N PARK ST
Theft
09:33 AM
800 Block STEWART ST
Theft

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Classifieds

Classifieds 8.19.15
Classifieds 8.19.15
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