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Grays Harbor Herald News

A Walk Down Memory Lane 11.11.15
A Walk Down Memory Lane 11.11.15
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Avoid the Frenzy: Enroll in Health Coverage Early

Many people find the frenzied pace of November and December a bit overwhelming. School concerts, parent-teacher conferences, holiday parties and events, shopping, work deadlines, inclement weather, family visits, travel, additional church and community activities, and other events can leave individuals and families stretched thin and exhausted. If you pick up a winter cold or the flu during this period, it's even worse.

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Crime Reports 11.11.15

Aberdeen
10/22/2015
10:01 AM
900 Block E WISHKAH
Fraud

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Hundreds turn out to oppose proposed GH Oil terminals

More than 400 concerned Washington residents gathered for the official DEIS public hearing for two of the proposed crude oil by rail terminals in Grays Harbor, Washington. Of the over 150 people who spoke, 153 voiced opposition, while only 3 spoke in favor.

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Multi-county car chase ends in Central Park

A Shelton man is in custody after a high-speed chase that ended in Central Park November 4. Chief Criminal Deputy Steve Shumate with the Grays Harbor County Sheriff's Office tells us that around 1:40 Wednesday morning a Mason County Deputy chased a white 1991 Honda Accord, reported stolen from Tumwater, into Grays Harbor on the Cloquallum Road.

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Need to Know 11.11.15

Restoration of cougar harvest rates

The Normal Heart

Holiday Market at the Grange

Mentoring Informational

The Global Entrepreneurship Week USA Business Kickoff Event

Small Business Saturday

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Oklahoma Coming to Aberdeen School District
Oklahoma Coming to Aberdeen School District

The Aberdeen School District will be having their annual musical, this year's will be "Oklahoma!" This is the first play to have been prominently musical. The Director of the musical is Tamara Helland, School Counselor at Stevens Elementary.

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Razor clam digging delayed through November

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) will not schedule any razor clam digs on ocean beaches in November due to elevated levels of marine toxins.

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Reader's Choice Voting Results part 1
Reader's Choice Voting Results part 1
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Reader's Choice Voting Results part 2
Reader's Choice Voting Results part 2
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Town Crier News

Chehalis Health Department 3rd floor closures

Chehalis, WA - The third floor of the Health Department building in Chehalis will be closed for the mornings of November 12, December 15, and December 16 for staff training. It will open on each of these days at 1:30 p.m.

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Local Winners: Make it With Wool Competition
Local Winners: Make it With Wool Competition

Following the most recent "Make it With Wool" competition held in Walla Walla Courtyard Marriott, Winlock is happy to be the home of this year's state Champion and third place winner. In this recent year, Mia Suhrbier and her brother Nathan Suhrbier have placed highly in this annual competition.

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Reader's Choice Voting Results part 1
Reader's Choice Voting Results part 1
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Reader's Choice Voting Results part 2
Reader's Choice Voting Results part 2
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Ryderwood News 11.11.15
Ryderwood News 11.11.15

Happy Veterans Day, one of four National holidays that fall on a particular date rather than "always on Monday". The others are New Years Day, 4th of July and Christmas Day. The Uniform Monday Holiday Act established the "always on Monday" rule in 1971, giving many workers 3-day weekends. Anyone older than 50 is likely to remember the days before Washington's and Lincoln's birthdays were combined to become President's Day (3rd Monday of Feb.) Veterans Day was initially an "always on Monday" holiday but reverted back to November 11 in 1978. The holiday was established in 1919 to celebrate the Armistice Day that ended World War I.

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Thanks to All Our Veterans from:
Thanks to All Our Veterans from:

High Cascades Insurance, Always Available Towing, Alpine Veterinary Clinic, Pacific Northwest Gift Gallery, Chehalis Rentals, Toledo Market Fresh, Paul's Automotive and Towing, Betty's Place, Alpine Trees and Shrubs, Winlock True Value Hardware, Winlock Auto Supply, Chehalis Sheet Metal, Cedar Village, Cattermole Funeral Home, Brunswig's Shoe Store, Bateaux Cellars, Reichert Shake and Fencing, ToledoTel, Gee Cee's Truck Stop, Woodland Estates

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Toledo closes park to vehicle traffic
Toledo closes park to vehicle traffic

Kicking off the month of November, the Toledo City Council met in the City Hall for their meeting of November 2. Starting the meeting with full attendance, the council approved the minutes and then proceeded to recess the council meeting for two public hearings.

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Toledo News 11.11.15
Toledo News 11.11.15

Bob says: To all who ordered a Brick to be placed on The Wall of Honor this Veterans Day, we thank you for honoring our Heroes.

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Vader News 11.11.15
Vader News 11.11.15

The people have spoken! Welcome to Vader not Little Falls . As for the rest of the election final counts were not in at the time of this article. Good luck to everyone. And Thank You to the community this election was inspiring to see so much passion for these issues. Should we embrace our name "VADER" and have a Star Wars Weekend?

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Vision Toledo 11.11.15
Vision Toledo 11.11.15

Johanna Jones led the open discussion on Tuesday November 10 at the Morgan Arts Center. The topic was "What do we want Toledo to look like in the next 5 years?"

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Winlock News 11.11.15
Winlock News 11.11.15

I spoke with Jo Hepner this week and she wanted to inform the residents of Winlock that this year the Methodist Church will not be having their holiday dinner. Jo has headed up this program for many years and unfortunately she recently suffered some health problems and won't be able to put on the dinner. Many of you know Jo, she is a woman who has helped this community so much. Jo, we wish you a very speedy recovery. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Thank you so much for all your hard work and dedication to the community, we appreciate everything you have done!! Please get well soon!

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WWII Coast Guard Beach Patrol
The Beach Patrol K9\'s eventually were outfitted in booties to protect their feet while on patrol.
WWII Coast Guard Beach Patrol

Due to the panic induced by the attack against Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, Americans on the west coast were so much in fear of another attack or even an invasion that a weather balloon that was seen over Los Angeles was targeted by anti aircraft efforts and rained hot metal debris down onto the city. Americans were more paranoid than ever with the German U-Boats sinking merchant ships that were in sight off of the coast; the war was on the United States' doorstep. The United States Coast Guard led an important role to protect the nation during this period of uncertainty: to prevent enemy infiltration from the sea.

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Willapa Harbor Herald News

Belongings
Belongings
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CHROMUS placed on Grammy Ballot for two songs
CHROMUS placed on Grammy Ballot for two songs

SOUTH BEND - The Recording Academy has placed local progressive-metal band CHROMUS on the 2016 Official Ballot for the 58th Annual Grammy Awards.

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Fabric sale

Habitat for Humanity of Willapa Harbor is holding a fabric sale at the Raymond First Baptist Church Social Hall, 913 Duryea St., Raymond on Friday, November 13, from 9 am to 3 pm.

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Glance at the Past 11.11.15

All Glance at the Past articles are reprinted as it was in previous publications.

100 years ago from the Raymond Herald
October 26, 1915

Don't Miss the Raymond Merchants Dollar Day Sales
Early Morning Alarm.

50 years ago from the Raymond Herald
October 28, 1965

Cosmopolis Logger Killed in Woods.
Woman has no memory of auto wreck.

25 years ago from the Willapa Harbor Herald
October 31, 1990

Benning Eats Crow and Rehires Fired Pro-Ashley Reserve Deputies.
County Officials Battle Killer Grass on Willapa Bay.

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Good Sport of the Week: Pe Ell-Willapa Valley Football
Good Sport of the Week: Pe Ell-Willapa Valley Football
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Goosepoint discusses expansion with Planning Commission

The Pacific County Planning Commission met Thursday, November 5 at 6pm, and first introduced themselves before calling the meeting to order. The first item on the agenda was a request for an Open Space Land Classification from the Columbia Land Trust, Department of Community Development Planning Director Tim Crose gave an overview on the matter: "The Columbia Land Trust is requesting an open space land classification for an 80-acre land parcel located in the central portion of Pacific county. The comprehensive plan designation is forest land with long term commercial significance, so it's commercial forest land," Crose reported.

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HAVA having black cat adoption event

HAVA will be having a black cat adoption event at PetSense in Aberdeen on November 14th from noon to three. There will be cats of all colors and ages, but those adopting a black cat will receive a kitty goodie bag.

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K9 Deko on the job
K9 Deko on the job

Washington State Patrol Troopers from the Grays Harbor area attempted to stop a vehicle south bound on SR 101.

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Lady Gulls' season ends
Lady Gulls' season ends
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National Family Caregiver Month

It's November. (I know, what would you do without me?). Veterans Day, Thanksgiving, Medicare Open enrollment--somehow they all run together when you're in the biz of social services.

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New Farrier in town

There's a new local Farrier in town, Broken Bits Farm Farrier Service will now be servicing the area of Raymond. Owner Glen Halberg is originally from Sedro Woolley. Halberg lists that he does hot and cold fitting, as well as therapeutic shoeing. "With hot shoeing you get the shoe hot and it sears the bottom of the foot and it closes up the tubular in the foot; so it sort of cauterizes the foot," said Halberg.

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Off to the Capital
Off to the Capital
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Pacific County E-911 launches Text-to-9-1-1 Service

Pacific County Communications has begun accepting Text-to-9-1-1 service. Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and United States Cellular wireless customers in the Pacific County area can now send a text message to 9-1-1 in an emergency.

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Pickernell's failure to appear results in heavier sentence

Thomas J. Pickernell, 34, pleaded guilty to one count of bail jumping and was sentenced to his previous offense of second degree theft, identify theft, and bail jumping.

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POOL Meeting

The next meeting of the OR Nevitt POOL Board will be held on Thursday, November 19, at 5:00 PM in the Raymond City Hall meeting room. The public is invited.

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Raymond  Students  of the Month
Raymond Students of the Month
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Raymond, Valley close out at district
Photo by Larry Bale - After winning a set by the score of 33-31, a big smile was present on the face of Raymond's Mikayla Collins as her teammates approached her.
Raymond, Valley close out at district

Raymond's volleyball season halted at the District IV 2B Volleyball Tournament in an incredibly close loser-out match at the hands of Friday Harbor in five sets, 25-16, 31-33, 25-27, 26-24 and 15-13, last Wednesday at Tenoski Gym in Menlo.

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Razor clam digging delayed, no digs in November

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) will not schedule any razor clam digs on ocean beaches in November due to elevated levels of marine toxins.

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Reader's Choice Voting Results part 1
Reader's Choice Voting Results part 1
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Reader's Choice Voting Results part 2
Reader's Choice Voting Results part 2
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SB trip
SB trip

The South Bend School District's Indian Education Program took 23 students in grades 1-12 on a cultural field trip on Oct. 27, 2015.

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Thanks to Our Vets from:
Thanks to Our Vets from:
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Timberwolves Throttle Raymond 51-27

For Raymond, it was too much Braiden Elledge! The 5-7, 165-pound speedy running back rushed for an astounding 389 yards and 4 touchdowns to drive the Timberwolves of Morton-White Pass past the Seagulls 51-27 Friday night at Stewart Field in Aberdeen.

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USPS customers . .  Beware!
USPS customers . . Beware!

To the Editor:
That "next day" delivery you're paying extra for might just be a big rip off.

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Volunteers Needed  for Christmas Bazaar
Volunteers Needed for Christmas Bazaar

To the Editor:

With the holiday season approaching, the Pennywise Thrift Store is preparing for its annual Christmas Bazaar. As most of you know now our shop has moved and is now found on Duryea Street between the American Legion and what was Jensen's Furniture. Through the graciousness of the buildings new owner, we are able to present our bazaar in that building. This will allow more room to display all the wonderful items that we have this year.

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WDFW Rule Change: Raymond's Cases Pond open to all ages

Fishing Rule Change Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife October 30, 2015 Cases Pond opens to anglers of all ages, season extended

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Willapa Bay closed to crab fishing

State shellfish managers closed the recreational crab fisheries inside Willapa Bay effective immediately due to elevated marine toxin levels.

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Savvy Senior

Required IRA and 401(k) Withdrawal Rules for Retirees

Dear Savvy Senior,

Can you give me the details on required IRA and 401(k) distributions? I turned 70 this year, and want to be clear on what I'm required to do, and when I'll have to do it.

Planning Ahead

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Classifieds

Classifieds 11.11.15
Classifieds 11.11.15
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