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Grays Harbor Herald News

7th Annual Lake Sylvia Fall Festival

The 7th Annual Lake Sylvia Fall Festival will take place Saturday September 17 at Lake Sylvia State Park in Montesano.

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Aberdeen teacher charged with dealing child porn

A 31-year-old Aberdeen teacher is in jail for allegedly dealing child pornography, the Elma Police Department reported.

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Coast Guard and State Department of Ecology complete pollution mitigation work on sunken vessel
Photo Courtesy of Washington State Department of Ecology - Pictured is the 77-foot fishing vessel Lady Lillian surrounded by boom after it sank at the Westport Marina, on Sept. 4.
Coast Guard and State Department of Ecology complete pollution mitigation work on sunken vessel

WESTPORT - Coast Guard and Washington State Department of Ecology personnel completed pollution mitigation work on the 77-foot fishing vessel Lady Lillian Tuesday evening.

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Man arrested for hit and run

James Anderson was recently arraigned in Superior Court on charges related to a hit-and-run incident that took place the first of this month.

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The Gateway Center in Aberdeen to receive Tesla Supercharger
The Gateway Center in Aberdeen to receive Tesla Supercharger

The Aberdeen City Council has approved the placement of a Tesla Supercharger station as part of the future Gate Center. The station would allow for quick charging of certain models of Tesla electric cars.

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Town Crier News

Centralia College TRiO  program seeking donations
Club adviser Cindy Broadbent heads the TRiO program.
Centralia College TRiO program seeking donations

The TRiO Club of Centralia College is holding its 11th annual U.S.A. Today Make a Difference Day project Saturday, Oct. 22, on the college campus.

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Detectives seek witnesses in drive-by shooting

Vancouver - On Saturday, September 3, 2016, at approximately 2:02 am, two vehicles were traveling east on State Route 500 near Thurston Way. A 1997 Honda Civic coupe, driven by 29 year Richard Chandra of Vancouver, was fired upon by a passing motorist. Detectives were able to determine at least ten shots struck the Honda by two different calibers of handgun. Chandra sustained a gunshot wound to his left knee. Chandra's passenger, 32-year-old Daniel Chandra of Vancouver, was sitting in the front passenger seat when a bullet grazed the back of his head. Both men were transported to PeaceHealth Southwest for treatment of non-life threatening injuries.

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Extra Labor Day patrols see results

A Labor Day weekend DUI emphasis in Lewis County resulted in 85 contacts between law enforcement officers and citizens, including 20 infractions and 14 arrests, according to the Lewis County Sheriff's Office.

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High School Sports: Castle Rock shuts out Winlock in girl's soccer opener­

Tuesday, Sept. 6th:
Winlock has a new coach on the sideline this season, and he opened up the season hosting his former team. Castle Rock came into Winlock with some experience, looking to this game for some momentum carrying forward. Winlock still has a very young squad, mostly sophomores and juniors with a couple seniors. Winlock has struggled in the past few years, but they were not folding in what was a great matchup between these schools.

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Suspect in Winlock armed robbery arrested
A surveillance camera photo of the man who robbed the Winlock Handi Store at gun point.
Suspect in Winlock armed robbery arrested

Police have served a search warrant and arrested a Winlock resident on suspicion of involvement in a Tuesday-night armed robbery.

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Willapa Harbor Herald News

Alder House in need of a new roof

Alder House, the only assisted living facility in northern Pacific County, is in need of a new roof. The building, constructed in 1995, has a roof that has out-lived its usefulness. On July 30th, a breakfast was held at the Willapa United Methodist Church to help raise funds for this needed structure. The success of this event has led to a second breakfast that will be held in South Bend at the First Lutheran Church located at east Water and south Adams streets. Breakfast, will be held Saturday, Sept. 17, and will be served from 8:30 a.m. to 11:00 am. A full breakfast will cost only $6.00 for adults. Children 12 and under will be charged just $3.00. A family of 5 or more will be discounted.

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CCAP to install four homeless housing units on Broadway in South Bend as part of grant

The South Bend City Council met on the night of Monday September 12 for their regular bi-monthly city council meeting. Police Department Chief Eastham and City Supervisor Houk were absent and in Chief Eastham's stead was Sgt. Lucas Stigall. Mayor Julie Struck led with the pledge of allegiance and approved the minutes of the previous meeting before moving to correspondence. Secretary/Treasurer Dee Roberts reported a letter from the Department of Ecology:
"Congratulations, the Willapa Regional Waste Water Treatment Plant is receiving the 2015 waste water treatment plant outstanding performance award. Of approximately 300 waste water treatment plants statewide yours is one of 119 that achieved full compliance in 2015."

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Guns and Hoses scores for needy kids again

SOUTH BEND - During its annual fund-raising event, Pacific County Guns and Hoses Committee handed out $4,000 to local school programs for needy children.

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Justice sentenced in dump truck incident

SOUTH BEND - Derrick Justice, 21, of Pe Ell was sentenced, concluding a case that began August 18, 2015.

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On the road with Maynard and Dale

The Harbor Association of Volunteers for Animals (HAVA) in Raymond has struggled with recent events that have left them with a surplus of stray cats. They were inundated with cats/kittens dumped at the Westport Jetty in July. Additonally they had to replace the roof at the shelter, where they maintain more than 50 cats alongside the 25 that were dumped at the jetty. HAVA is now starting an emergency fundraising campaign called "Fill the Hava Kitty" where one can donate money at hava-heart.org or by mailing a cash contribution to P.O. Box 243, Raymond, WA, 98577. HAVA has been a working member of the community for over twenty years, and last year alone helped more than 541 animals -- cats and dogs that needed medical care, new homes and even food. HAVA also has a part in spaying and neutering feral cats in the local neighborhoods.

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