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Little gardener growing beautiful flowers
Astoria Graham
Little gardener growing beautiful flowers

In the Spring, Astoria Graham, daughter of Shannon and Jason Graham decided to take care of the flower pot by city hall. It has been fun to watch the wild flowers grow throughout the summer and see Astoria take care of it as well.

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River House Bake Shop starts  up cottage food industry
Carol and Steve Berch of River House Bake Shop in Toledo
River House Bake Shop starts up cottage food industry

When you think of Farmers Markets, you don't realize what one has to go through to sell there. Carol and Steve Berch of River House Bake Shop in Toledo showed what it takes to go through the cottage food industry, which many markets now require.

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Welcome to Mt. St. Helens Bluegrass Festival
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Welcome to Mt. St. Helens Bluegrass Festival

The 34th Annual Mount St. Helens Bluegrass Festival will take place this coming weekend at Toledo High School. This is an event that has been going on for so many years, that if you haven't attended you should.

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Benefit for Chris Heintz this weekend
Benefit for Chris Heintz this weekend

The Raymond Elks Lodge #1292 will be hosting a benefit for Chris Heintz on Saturday, August 11 at 5:00 p.m.

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Giants in the Trees shook the festival
Photo by Jeff Clemens - Pam Nogueira Maneman drives the kiddie through the water feature of the Willapa Festival.
Giants in the Trees shook the festival

The Willapa Festival "was an awesome success," according to co-chairperson Kaley Hanson of the three-day Raymond event, which took place last Friday through Sunday primarily at Third Street Park. Michelle Layman was also a co-chair for the event.

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Officer Coma returns from academy ready to serve
Photo by Jeff Clemens - New Raymond Police Officer Rikki Coma
Officer Coma returns from academy ready to serve

The Raymond Police Department welcomes back Officer Rikki Coma who recently completed the Washington State Police Academy and has returned to active duty with the police department. Officer Jacob Haas left last month to attend the academy and is expected to return later this year.

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Classifieds 8.8.18
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Willapa Harbor Herald 8.8.15
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Town Crier August 8, 2018
Town Crier August 8, 2018
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