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Grays Harbor Herald News

Body found in Elma yard; Elma man wanted

The Grays Harbor Sheriff's Office is trying to locate the owner of a home in rural Elma where a body was discovered Tuesday night. The incident is currently being investigated as a homicide. Sheriff Rick Scott has confirmed that the deceased male found near the residence was a 47-year-old Elma man. The name has not yet been released as next of kin has not been notified yet.

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East Grays Harbor Relay for Life

Elma - On Friday May 20th, 15 teams and 174 participants raised $38,753.83 for the American Cancer Society.

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Elusive John Latch finally caught in Pacific County

A man by the name of John Latch has caused quite a stir between the counties of Grays Harbor and Pacific. The man has lead local law enforcement on a chase that has lasted from Thursday, May 19 until Thursday, May 26 and measured from Aberdeen to Brooklyn. It all started on Thursday, May 19 at around 11am as Grays Harbor County Sheriff's Deputies were called to a residence of the Olympic Highway area in reference to a vehicle prowl.

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Grays Harbor County Receives RCDI Grant

The Rural Housing Service, an agency within the United States Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, recently awarded Grays Harbor County with a $249,000 grant as part of funding made available under the Rural Community Development Initiative program.

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Malicious Mischief causes $50,000 in damage

On May 27 about 7:16 pm Aberdeen Police Officers responded to the restaurant at 212 S. I Street for a subject threatening to kill everyone in the restaurant.

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Need to Know 6.8.16

A Home Fire Safety Workshop will be held at the Hoquiam Timberland Library on Friday, June 10 starting at 11am.

The Flag Day Parade will be held in Ocean Shores on Saturday, June 11 at 11am. There are over 80 entrants in this year's parade.

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Simpson Avenue bridge roll over vehicle collision
Photos by the Hoquiam Police Department - On May 31 the Hoquiam Police and Fire responded to a rollover vehicle collision on the west side of the Simpson Avenue bridge. The bridge was completely blocked at the time. The Male driver age 72 suffered only
Simpson Avenue bridge roll over vehicle collision
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Town Crier News

Assault by tractor in Toledo

Jeffery Allen Oberg, 63, was charged with third-degree assault (domestic violence) and third-degree malicious mischief (domestic violence).

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ATV driver charged with attempting to elude a pursuing police vehicle

An un-helmeted ATV rider took a trooper on a more than five mile chase along county roads, speeding and ignoring stop signs and finally cutting in front of the trooper's vehicle to travel up an off-road trail northeast of Winlock.

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FCC Workshop for Winlock Internet Problems

After the lack of solutions brought from the big internet meeting on April 8th, Winlock citizens and the Winlock Improvement Network are looking toward the next step in helping to fix the internet problems in Winlock. WIN is hosting two workshops to help citizens with internet trouble file informal complaints to the FCC.

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Happenings 6.8.16

The International Cat Association (TICA) is pleased to announce that the Commencement Cat Club is bringing a 12 ring cat show to Lewis County on June 11 and 12 from 9 am to 5 pm.

5k or 10k Scrambled Egg Family Friendly Fun Run for Winlock Egg Days is scheduled for June 18.

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Public Meeting on Recreational Marijuana

Lewis County Community Development, Environmental Health and the Prosecuting Attorney's office will be holding two public workshops to discuss the regulation of recreational marijuana in Lewis County. The public is invited to attend and may offer written or oral comments on the issue.

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Rape case from 90s reopened

Steven M. Nowlen, 60 years old and of Toledo, appeared in Lewis County Superior Court yesterday in response to a summons, after learning he was accused for the second time of inappropriately touching a 5year-old girl almost 18 years ago.

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Toledo woman threatens to stab a man

A Toledo woman was charged Tuesday May 31 for allegedly threatening a man with a knife.

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Winlock's First Saturday Market a big success
Photo courtesy of WIN - Opening day of Winlock's Saturday Market brought people out into the sunny weather.
Winlock's First Saturday Market a big success

After months of preparation, the Winlock Saturday Market surely was a big success. The community came out in big numbers to support the many vendors. Vendors sold woodwork, crafts, jewelry, pottery, and other arts and crafts. Fresh fruits and vegetables were also on sale for the great price offered by farmers markets.

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Willapa Harbor Herald News

Body found in Elma yard; Elma man wanted

The Grays Harbor Sheriff's Office is trying to locate the owner of a home in rural Elma where a body was discovered Tuesday night. The incident is currently being investigated as a homicide. Sheriff Rick Scott has confirmed that the deceased male found near the residence was a 47-year-old Elma man. The name has not yet been released as next of kin has not been notified.

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Coaching icon, mentor, Doug Makaiwi, passes away: Will be remembered as a "gentle giant"

Raymond coaching icon Doug Makaiwi passed away Thursday at age 68 after a long battle with cancer. There will be a celebration of life Saturday, June 18, 2 pm at the Swiss Hall in Francis.

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Elusive John Latch finally caught in Pacific County

A man by the name of John Latch has caused quite a stir between the counties of Grays Harbor and Pacific. The man has lead local law enforcement on a chase that has lasted from Thursday, May 19 until Thursday, May 26 and measured from Aberdeen to Brooklyn. It all started on Thursday, May 19 at around 11am as Grays Harbor County Sheriff's Deputies were called to a residence of the Olympic Highway area in reference to a vehicle prowl. Items stolen were a Washington State Disabled Parking Placard along with a Taurus .38- handgun.

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Member of public to improve skate park

The Raymond City Council met on Monday, June 6 for a city council meeting, Mayor Dunsmoor lead the meeting with the pledge of allegiance. The first item that the council had scheduled on the agenda was communications, Clerk/Treasurer Hester Gilleland reported that there were no communications, but presented the unaudited annual report of 2015, which has been submitted to the state auditor's office.

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Presenting the Willapa Valley Class of 2016
Presenting the Willapa Valley Class of 2016
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Classifieds

Classifieds 6.8.16
Classifieds 6.8.16
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