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Cause of brewery blaze still unknown
Photo by Patrick L. Myers - Just before Thanksgiving the Bogwater Brewery/Cranberry Road Winery went up in flames. The storms this winter have caused more damage to the burned building.
Cause of brewery blaze still unknown

The Bogwater Brewery and Cranberry Road Winery were found to be engulfed in flames on the evening of Tuesday, November 24. The fire cleared the inside of the building out, and caused considerable damage to the structure of the building. By the time the Grays Harbor Emergency Dispatch was notified at around 6pm, the building was already up in flames.

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Chairman asks to Support School Levy
Chairman asks to Support School Levy

To the Editor:

I am writing today to ask that you join me in supporting the upcoming South Bend School District replacement levy.

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Chinook Tribal Council Meeting January 9

The Chinook Indian Nation will be holding a Monthly Tribal Council Meeting and the 2nd (Members Only) Enrollment Workshop on January 9, 2016 from 11 AM-4 PM at the Bay Center Faith Center in Bay Center WA.

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First council meeting of 2016

The Raymond City Council met for their first meeting of 2016. The meeting was started with the pledge of allegiance, after which the council rolled up their sleeves and attended to the agenda for the meeting. Council member Dee Roberts was absent, as well as Fire Chief Todd Strozyk.

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Freeman carries Lady Gulls to wins at New Year's Classic

Raymond crucified Lake Quinault 79-12 last Tuesday (Dec. 29) disposed of Rainier 48-38 last Wednesday at it's own New Year's Classic at Seagull Gym.

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Get a Healthy Start to the New Year

Every year, millions of Americans make New Year's Resolutions. Do a Google search, and you'll find health related resolutions are among the most common: lose weight, exercise more, eat healthier, stop smoking, drink less, watch less TV, reduce stress.

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Good Sports of the Week
Good Sports of the Week
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Housing services for low income

Starting January 5, 2016 Coastal Community Action will be providing housing services for low income households including housing resource and referral, short term rental assistance, community referrals, budgeting assistance and stability planning.

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In Loving Memory of Gail Louise (Briney) Hatfield
Gail Louise (Briney) Hatfield
In Loving Memory of Gail Louise (Briney) Hatfield

Gail Louise (Briney) Hatfield passed away, after a long battle with cancer on Sunday, December 20th, 2015 in Seattle Washington surrounded by her family.

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Indians lose to Mossy, Trojans

Mossyrock blasted South Bend 71-53 last Wednesday at the Pearson Holiday classic in Menlo. Ty Johnson spearheaded the Tribes' attack with 24 points and 14 rebounds.

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Issues on Aging: Housing and Tax Helps

Happy New Year! Or to those who are less inclined to celebrate such things: 2016 is here!

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Jahraus graduates from basic training

U.S. Army Pvt. Cody D. Jahraus has graduated from basic infantry training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina.

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LEGAL 78482: NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE
LEGAL 78482: NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE
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LEGAL 79070: 2016 MRSC ROSTERS
LEGAL 79070: 2016 MRSC ROSTERS
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LEGAL 79209: SHERIFF'S PUBLIC NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROPERTY
LEGAL 79209: SHERIFF'S PUBLIC NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROPERTY
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Mossyrock rips Valley 74-39
Photo by Larry Bale - Willapa Valley's Jason Fluke (12) and Hunter Gray (14) work their defense on Pe Ell's Dustin Lusk (32).
Mossyrock rips Valley 74-39

Mossyrock throttled Willapa Valley 74-39 last Tuesday (Dec. 29) on the first day of the John Q. Pearson Holiday Classic in Tenoski Gym at Menlo.

After leading by a point after one quarter, Mossyrock outscored their host 60-26 the rest of the way, including 28-4 in the second quarter.

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NEW GAMING FLOOR OPENS IN TIME FOR NEW YEAR'S EVE

Rochester - Lucky Eagle Casino & Hotel opened a dramatic 16,000 square foot expansion to its gaming floor on Dec. 30, in time to celebrate New Year's Eve.

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New Year's Classic tournament: Gulls notch two wins

Raymond opened play in its New Year's Classic tournament with a severe thumping of Twin Valley, 56-15, last Tuesday (Dec. 29) at Seagull Gym. Raymond rocketed off to a 30-2 lead after one quarter of play.

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News of Record 1.6.16

North District Court
Sean Koenig, Vancouver, speed, 10 mph over 40, 10/40, $166
Charles Bearman, Mesa, speed, 5/40, $105
Ennzhi Chew, Union City, speed, 10/40, $166
Weston Sumner, Bluffton, speed, 10/40, $125
John Morales, Seattle, speed, 5/40, $105

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Razor clam digs at Copalis, Long Beach a go
Razor clam digs at Copalis, Long Beach a go

State shellfish managers have approved razor clam digs starting later this week at Long Beach and Copalis Beach.

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Savvy Senior: Paying Income Tax on Social Security Benefits

Dear Savvy Senior,

Will I have to pay federal income taxes on my Social Security benefits when I retire?

Approaching Retirement

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SB School Levy Needs Your Support
SB School Levy Needs Your Support

Dear Editor,

South Bend School District voters will soon have the opportunity to vote on a new four- year replacement school levy. These dollars are used to pay for excess costs that the state does not fully support including special education, technology, curriculum, food services, student extra-curricular opportunities and building maintenance needs.

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Smaciarz-led Vikes win  twice at Pearson Classic
Photo by Larry Bale - Lady Viking Alicia Smaciarz (12) drives to the basket for two of her 26 points against Pe Ell last Wednesday night at Tenoski Gym in Menlo.
Smaciarz-led Vikes win twice at Pearson Classic

Willapa Valley roared by Pe Ell 46-34 at the Jack Q. Pearson Holiday Classic December 30. Alicia Smaciarz poured in 26 points to lead the victory. The Vikings won the game in the fourth quarter by outscoring the Lady Trojans 13-5.

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South Bend topples Lady Trojans, loses to Mossyrock
Photo by Larry Bale - South Bend frosh Karley Reidinger, left, had a big game with 19 points against Mossyrock last week at a tournament in Menlo. At right is Raymond's Makenna Williams.
South Bend topples Lady Trojans, loses to Mossyrock

South Bend opened with a win at the Jack Q. Pearson Holiday Classic tournament by downing Pe Ell 45-41 December 29 at Menlo. The Lady Indians came back from a six-point deficit in the fourth quarter.

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The Chinook Indian Nation will be holding a Monthly Tribal Council Meeting and the 2nd (Members Only) Enrollment Workshop on January 9, 2016 from 11 A

The Chinook Indian Nation will be holding a Monthly Tribal Council Meeting and the 2nd (Members Only) Enrollment Workshop on January 9, 2016 from 11 AM-4 PM at the Bay Center Faith Center in Bay Center WA.
Note* this is a Potluck event, so bring something yummy!

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Vetter nominated principal of the year
Dave Vetter
Vetter nominated principal of the year

The Washington Association of School Principals has recognized Raymond School Principal Dave Vetter as a nominee for the Washington State "Middle Level Principal of the Year" for 2015/2016. The award recipient will be announced in March.

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Victorious Vikings
Photo by Larry Bale - Willapa Valley's Karlee Gray (40) gets sandwiched in between two Pe Ell players during action at Tenoski Gym last week. The Vikings were victorious.
Victorious Vikings
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Vote
Vote "YES"

Dear South Bend Citizen:
As a lifelong resident of the South Bend School District and graduate of South Bend High School, I fully support the passage of the South Bend School District's maintenance and operations replacement levy.

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WHCC Seeking 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 2015 Awards Banquet scheduled for Saturday, February 6, 2016.

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Willapa Harbor Lions Rain Derby Winners

The final reading was taken at the City of Raymond's Water Department at 9pm on New Year's Eve. The total amount of rain for 2015 was 83.01 inches and the December total was 19.09 inches.

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Willapa Players looking for actors

The Willapa Players will have auditions for their Winter Play, "It's a Scream," by David DeBoy at 6:30 p.m., Monday, Jan. 11 and Thursday, Jan. 14, at the Hannan Playhouse at 518 Eighth Street in Raymond

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Classifieds

Classifieds 1.6.16
Classifieds 1.6.16
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