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Showing 20 articles from December 22, 2015.

Grays Harbor Herald News

Bank Robbery foiled by Social Media post

On Tuesday, December 15 at sometime around 11am Hoquiam police officers were alerted to a planned bank robbery in the 600 block of Simpson Avenue.

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Coast Guard cleans up after storm

Coast Guard Aids to Navigation crews are responding to several damaged navigational aids Monday December 14, following a week long storm that pummeled the Pacific Northwest coast.

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Holiday razor clam dig approved for Copalis Beach

OLYMPIA - Razor clam diggers can fill their limits at Copalis Beach over the Christmas holiday now that state shellfish managers have approved a three-day opening.

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Need to Know 12-23-15

Citizens in need of sandbags should come to the public works shop located behind the Hoquiam City Hall.

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New Representative J.D. Rossetti Talks with the Herald
Representative JD Rossetti
New Representative J.D. Rossetti Talks with the Herald

The end of summer and beginning of fall 2015 has seen some changes in the state leadership in the 19th Legislative District. This started when Senator Brian Hatfield stepped down after serving more than 20 years.

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The Return of the Phantom
Photo by Keith Krueger - Performers ready to entertain you at the Fundraising Concert Saturday January 16, 2016. Standing (back row): Kyle Prado, Merry Jo Zimmer, Jenny Leighton. Seated (front row): Ian Dorsch, Joy Dorsch, Karen Meikle, Kari Hasbrouck,
The Return of the Phantom

There will be a Grays Harbor Music Teacher's Scholarship Fundraising Concert held at the First Presbyterian Church of Aberdeen on Saturday, January 16 starting at 7pm. The production will be "The Return of the Phantom".

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Window shopping for the Holidays
Photo by Gina Kolhage - Aberdeen is dressed up for the holidays. Many businesses have special window displays for the holiday season like the Country Closet.
Window shopping for the Holidays
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Town Crier News

Indians face the Cardinals

It was that time of year again. The time of year where the Toledo Indians faced against their arch rivals, the Winlock Cardinals. For this game, the Indians traveled to the home of the Cardinals. After the warmups, the teams met on the court for the anticipated game.

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New Representative J.D. Rossetti Talks with the Town Crier
Representative JD Rossetti
New Representative J.D. Rossetti Talks with the Town Crier

The end of summer and beginning of fall 2015 has seen some changes in the state leadership in the 19th Legislative District. This started when Senator Brian Hatfield stepped down after serving more than 20 years.

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Pizza for the Holidays
Pizza for the Holidays

Opening just in time for the holidays, Big Nick's Pizza and Pasta has arrived in Winlock. Located at 110 Cedar Crest Drive in Winlock, this little shop offers many wonders from pizza, pasta, salads, and much more.

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Toledo vs Winlock Girls Basketball
Toledo vs Winlock Girls Basketball

The night after the boys had faced each other, the Winlock girls made their way to Toledo to face the Indians for a game of basketball.

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Window dressing in Toledo
Window dressing in Toledo

The tradition of visiting holiday window displays on a crisp evening outside of stores like Manhattan's Macy's is one of the hallmarks of big city holiday spirit throughout America. Well this year local area residents and visitors are in for a similar treat.

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Willapa Harbor Herald News

2016 Budget Passes

The South Bend City Council met the evening of Monday, December 14. The council got started by first amending the agenda by omitting an item, "before we approve the agenda I would like to have a motion for the agenda amendment," said Mayor Struck. The council approved the amended agenda by excluding a development fee schedule that was still under review, and could not be voted on.

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Carrazco pleads guilty of falsifying withdrawal slip

Nina Carrazco, 33, of Raymond pleaded guilty as charged to second degree identity theft. While working at a local bank, Carrazco falsified a withdrawal slip for $500 from a customer. The action took place in Pacific County Superior Court Friday afternoon.

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Holiday razor clam dig a go for Copalis Beach

Razor clam diggers can fill their limits at Copalis Beach over the Christmas holiday now that state shellfish managers have approved a three-day opening. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) Thursday approved the Copalis dig, scheduled Dec. 24, 25 and 26, after marine toxin tests showed the clams are safe to eat. All other beaches remain closed to recreational razor clam digging.

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Naselle Experiences Large Die-Off, Prompts WDFW to Hold Meeting

The die-off of at least 10,000 salmon due to low stream flow and drought has called for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife to hold a public meeting regarding the issue. The massive die-off occurred below the Naselle Salmon Hatchery and so the meeting was held at the Naselle High School.

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New Representative J.D. Rossetti Discusses Economic Development
Representative JD Rossetti
New Representative J.D. Rossetti Discusses Economic Development

Representative of the 19th District J.D. Rossetti talked to the Herald in an interview that expressed his viewpoints on the economic development of his district.

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South Bend dresses up for the Holidays
Photo by Karen Carter - One home in South Bend goes all out for the holidays and decorates their yard and house with holiday decor. Keep your eyes open for other outstanding displays throughout the towns and countryside as people show their holiday spirit
South Bend dresses up for the Holidays
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To be remembered Benning Dies at 70

A well known Pacific County Sheriff, Jerry Wayne Benning died December 8. The former officer was a Pacific County Resident since the 1960's.

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Up and Away
Photo by Larry Bale - Viking Jason Fluke drives for the hoop against Tacoma Baptist. The Vikings registered their first win of the year. Walker Oblad and Fluke scored 11 points each, and Matt Pearson added 8 points. Fluke shared team-high rebounding honor
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