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Showing 20 articles from August 25, 2015.

WHH - Front Page

County Fair Opens Today: Community effort provides excitement for all ages
County Fair Opens Today: Community effort provides excitement for all ages

MENLO - Fair Manager Dotsi Graves and Fair Board President Mary Jane Doubek offered our readers a first-hand, behind the scenes look on everything you might want to know about what it takes to assemble the Fair together, what vendors will be there, and of course, all the details about food. Graves and Doubek are two of the driving forces of the Fair.

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New Arrival at the Northwest Carriage Museum
New Arrival at the Northwest Carriage Museum

As a result of a generous donation, a late 19th century "New Century Carriage" made by the C.H.Stratton Carriage Company has been added to the Northwest Carriage Museum's historic collection.

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Please be patient at Sagen's

When picking up your prescriptions at Sagen's Pharmacy you will have to go inside for at least the next couple of weeks.

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Race against Domestic Violence
Race against Domestic Violence

Runners from Canada to California converged on Long Beach's Bolstad Beach Approach Saturday, August 1, for the annual Race Against Domestic Violence, a memorial event to honor the memory of Lisa Bonney who was tragically murdered there in 2009 by her former boyfriend Brian Brush.

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South Bend Final Payment

The South Bend City Council meeting was quick to dispense with the normal agenda but brought out some very valid points during council comments.

During the initial approval of previous minutes and consent agenda paying out over $64,000 one item stood out as the final $14,000 payment the city had to make in restitution for the fraud of Trisha Belcher in 2013.

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WHH - Community

Are you ready for the Pacific County Fair?

The Pacific County Fair will be running from Wednesday, August 26 to Saturday, August 29,.

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Baked goods a favorite at the Fair
Baked goods a favorite at the Fair

From pies to pickles, some of the favorite displays at the Pacific County Fair are the food items, including canned and/or baked goods.

Rachelle Martin is one of three people who will be judging baked goods and candy at this year's Pacific County Fair.

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New Beginnings visits Barnes Island
New Beginnings visits Barnes Island

New Beginnings Wesleyan Church of Raymond, Washington held a five-day mission trip to Barnes Island, which is part of the San Juan Islands in Whatcom County, Washington.

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WHH - Obituaries

In Loving Memory of Mark Jeffery Lloyd
"MR" Mark Jeffery Lloyd
In Loving Memory of Mark Jeffery Lloyd

"MR" Mark Jeffery Lloyd, born September 17, 1952, of Raymond, Washington, passed away suddenly on August 19, 2015.

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WHH - Local News

FOUR PACIFIC COUNTY SALMON RESTORATION PROJECTS RECEIVES $4,157,000 IN NEW WASHINGTON COASTAL RESTORATION INITIATIVE FUNDING

Washington Coast Restoration Initiative will fund projects that benefit jobs, communities and natural resources

The Washington State Legislature awarded $11.185 million from the Capital Budget for a suite of habitat protection and restoration projects along the entire Washington Coast, including the Quinault Indian Nation, as well as Pacific, Grays Harbor, Clallam, Wahkiakum, Jefferson, Thurston, Lewis, and Mason counties. The Washington Coast Restoration Initiative (WCRI) will bring sustainable, family-wage jobs to dozens of small, rural communities from Neah Bay to the mouth of the Columbia.

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PUD experiencing shortfall in revenue
PUD experiencing shortfall in revenue

The Pacific County PUD met Tuesday, August 18 for a regular bi-monthly meeting. The meeting was facilitated in the Peninsula Operating Center in Long Beach, and the board of commissioners had a full compliment. The meeting began with the pledge of allegiance, and the board approved the minutes of the previous meeting. For the manager's report, General Manager Doug Miller introduced some reports that were selected from the Washington State Auditor's office accountability and financial statement auditor reports that were for the commissioners' to compare for a financial update later in the meeting. "Thanks to the accounting department for compiling the data and distributing this report," said Miller.

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Raymond Police Department's K9 Deko has been awarded a bullet and stab protective vest
Raymond Police Department's K9 Deko has been awarded a bullet and stab protective vest

Raymond Police Department's K9 Deko has been awarded a ballistic vest thanks to non-profit organization Vested Interest in K9s, Inc., the vest was sponsored by a fund raiser hosted by University Place resident Brandie Hassing. K9 Deko's vest will be embroidered with the sentiment "Stay safe out there - Love the Hassing Family".

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Two Arrested For Vandalism

Lebam - On August 18, the Pacific County Sheriff's Office received a call of an extensive vandalism of a dump truck located in a heavily wooded area off of the Trap Creek Main Line. The reporting party advised that the truck was demolished. Deputies responded to the scene to investigate.

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WHH - Sports

Good Sport of the Week: Willapa Printing Basketball
Good Sport of the Week: Willapa Printing Basketball

We saw that in the end it would be the team from Willapa Printing that took the second season of the Willapa Basketball Association and win the Championship title.

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Sneak Peak at Football
Seagulls coaches ready to start the new season.
Sneak Peak at Football
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WHH - Harbor Happenings

53rd annual Labor Day Schedule

Thursday, September 3

6 pm - Texas Hold'em Tournament, Tim's Chester Tavern.

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WHH - Glance at the Past

Glance at the Past 8.26.15
Glance at the Past 8.26.15

100 years ago from the Raymond Herald
August 27, 1915

Serious fire in Riverview.

50 years ago from the Raymond Herald
August 26, 1965

Raymond Schools to open Tuesday.

South Bend Police car badly burned in Tuesday fire.

25 years ago from the Willapa Harbor Herald
August 29, 1990

PUD earnings double 1989.

Aberdeen Mayor files against Sid Snyder.

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Savvy Senior

How Seniors Can Stop Robocalls

Dear Savvy Senior,


What can I do to stop the perpetual prerecorded robocalls I keep getting? I'm signed up with the National Do Not Call Registry, but it seems like I still get three or four robo telemarketing calls a day offering lower credit card interest rates, medical alert devices and more.

Fed Up Senior

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Classifieds

Classifieds 8.26.15
Classifieds 8.26.15
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Pet of the Week 8.26.15
Pet of the Week 8.26.15
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