Whether we're prepared for it or not scientists have recently determined there is roughly a 37% chance of a major earthquake and accompanying tsunami occurring off the coast of the Pacific Northwest within the next five decades. How would this be possible one might ask? Well as it turns out the beauty of the Pacific Ocean is hiding a deep and dark secret right off the coastal shores.
Representatives from emergency response, medical, government and police agencies met Wednesday to begin the planning process for an anticipated earthquake along the Cascadia Subduction Zone, predicted to cause catastrophic damage along the West Coast.
The Raymond City Council met for the bi-monthly council meeting where several council members were absent including: Colby Rogers, Dee Roberts, Kaley Hanson and Police Chief Chuck Spoor. Mayor Dunsmoor started the meeting with the pledge of allegiance and then lead with items from the public, where Bud of the skatepark spoke:
There's reason for Raymond sports enthusiasts to get excited about the return of Jason Koski to Lady Seagull basketball. Koski is back at the helm after being absent from the head coaching post since 2011.
SOUTH BEND - Pacific County Sheriff Scott Johnson graciously accepted to do a lengthy interview with the Willapa Harbor Herald. Johnson, who graduated from South Bend High School in 1980, is also a graduate of the Washington State Sheriff's School in 2010, the National Sheriff's Institute, in Aurora, Colo., the Rural Executive Management Institute, in Denver, Colo., the University of Arkansas Mid + Executive Police Management in Little Rock Arkansas, the Washington State Patrol Trooper Basic, Shelton, Wash., 1982, and the Washington Criminal Justice Training Commission Reserve Academy of 1982.
On Saturday June 11, 2016 a South Bend Dairy truck caught fire on South bound I-5 at mile marker 76. The driver had just entered on to the freeway at exit 77 when this reporter and husband entered directly behind the truck.
Colton W. Welch, 27, of Westport pleaded guilty to taking a motor vehicle without permission and was sentenced to 2 years and 5 months in prison. Welch had nine previous felony convictions.
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