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South Bend City Council has short agenda

By SCOT PEARSON

SOUTH BEND - At the latest South Bend City Council meeting, Jan. 26, the scheduled agenda had one agenda item outside of the normal city council permanents that are utilized for the forum.

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Face-lift for local office building

By SCOT PEARSON

If you have not seen it, you will start to notice the clean up and refurbishing at the old H & R Block office building along Highway 101.

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Chicken pox confirmed at Raymond, South Bend school districts

Both Raymond and South Bend school districts have been confirmed to have students with cases of Varicella, or chickenpox.

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SBHS Winter Homecoming Court
SBHS Winter Homecoming Court

The 2015 SBHS Winter Homecoming Court was crowned during halftime of the Boys varsity game January 24th at the resurrected Koplitz Field House. From left to right are Princess Kate Ogren, Prince Josiah Markwell, Princess Allie Williams, Prince Austin Lewis, Queen Savannah Burbank, King A.J. Sanchez, Princess Taci Madsen, and Prince R.J. King.

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The Rest of the story - South Bend City Council

By SCOT PEARSON

SOUTH BEND - Last issue we cut short the January 12 South Bend City Council meeting due to the fact of the overwhelming discussion of the recent high water that hit the area.

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PUD gets COLA increase

By SCOT PEARSON

For many years the Public Utility District #2 based in Raymond and serving Pacific County has been running behind and is starting to catch up with other PUD's in the state.

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A community comes together
andrea keller
A community comes together

The community is joining together to give their support for one of their own, Andrea Keller.

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Chavez Naranjo gets 3-plus years for meth crimes

SOUTH BEND -- Deputies from the Pacific County Drug Task Force (DTF) learned that Jose Chavez Naranjo, 25, of South Bend, was involved in the sale of methamphetamine.

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Ramifications after the rain
Ramifications after the rain

By SCOT PEARSON

PACIFIC COUNTY - After the latest rainfall that brought a few too many extra inches of ran that could not be handled by city sewer systems, a new color is popping up.

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Public brings flood concerns to South Bend City Council

By SCOT PEARSON

SOUTH BEND - At the January 12 South Bend City Council meeting, there were hardly enough chairs to hold residents who attended the meeting looking for answers about the recent flooding during the previous week.

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Rain Derby winners announced

The official measurement for the 2014 rainfall season has been tabulated at 86.54 inches. Exceeding the 45-year average of 82.16 inches annually. All winners were within four hundredths of an inch of the actual total.

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Baun search continues
Baun search continues

Ross Baun is still missing, and none of his contacts have heard from him yet. Baun was reported missing around 2 pm on Sunday, January 4.

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Eight days of razor clam digging begins Saturday

State fishery managers have given the OK for a second razor clam dig this month, this one scheduled from Jan. 17 through Jan. 24 on evening tides at various ocean beaches.

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Indians upset Raymond
Indians upset Raymond

Photo by Larry Bale

Raymond High School's James Hamilton forces up a shot against South Bend's Miles Davis. The Indians won 48-40 to improve to 3-7, while Raymond fell to 8-2.

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Icy Roads send driver to hospital
Early morning frost and driving too fast along Highway 101 caused this driver to veer off the road and turn on its side.
Icy Roads send driver to hospital

HWY 101 - Raymond resident El Mauy lost control of his 1983 Toyota pickup New Years Day traveling on Highway 101.

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Rain, and more rain, area hit really hard
Rain, and more rain, area hit really hard

By SCOT PEARSON

It was a wet start to the New Year with area schools closed down due to almost 5 to as much as 7 inches of rainfall overnight.

City streets were flooded, schools closed and many businesses started late due to water backing up in sewer systems or did not open up for business.

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Raymond Council discusses potential new public safety building, storm damage

damage

By SCOT PEARSON

Everybody was a buzz with the events of the day all absorbed with water damage and what they experienced with the increase of rain. Some spoke to being very busy during their full-time employment, others remarking simple damage to their property, but at the drop of the gavel by Mayor Jason Dunsmoor, the Raymond City Council got right down to business.

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Elected officials swear in
Elected officials swear in

Swearing into office

From left are Lisa Ayers, Pacific County Commissioner Position 3; Renee Goodin, Pacific County Treasure; Joyce Kidd, Pacific County Auditor; Betsy Penoyar, North District Court Judge; Bruce Walker, Pacific County Assessor; and Mark McClain, Pacific County Prosecuting Attorney. The elected officials took the oath of office at the county courthouse.

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Top stories of 2014
Top stories of 2014

With the start of a New Year this issue of the Willapa Harbor Herald falls on the final days of 2014. So many things have happened during the past year that the staff took time to come up with the Ten most popular stories of the past news year.

Some of the news items had many entries like the growth of the Marijuana Industry, which made the list at No. 1, but will be a compilation of several of the news items that brought marijuana onto the front page. The list also includes a couple of sports items, a contribution to the community and a cross of civic items about our community leaders.

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Razor clam dig starts Dec. 31 on ocean beaches

Clam diggers can ring in the New Year by filling their buckets with razor clams during an eight-day opener beginning Dec. 31.

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Raymond PD gets patrol K-9

Officer Deko is the latest addition to the Raymond Police Department, but he is the type of officer that could work for table scraps and a scratch behind the ear.

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Elk on the move

By SCOT PEARSON

If you are out on the road along Hwy. 101 traveling out of Raymond heading toward Aberdeen, you may want to be careful with the sighting of elk just a half-mile out of town.

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Lighted Boat Parade brings in Santa
Ronny Johnson of South Bend gets a turn to sit and whisper his wishes for Christmas to Santa during the Lighted Boat Parade held in South Bend last Friday.
Lighted Boat Parade brings in Santa

By SCOT PEARSON

SOUTH BEND - For the youth of South Bend and the surrounding areas, Santa arrived in town this past Friday Night.

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Department of Natural Resources thief arrested

Mark A. Busbey, 33, of Raymond was arrested for burglary in the second degree, 4 counts of possession of methamphetamine and an outstanding warrant. Busbey told law enforcement that he sold the stolen items to help support his methamphetamine habit.

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Finding the right Christmas tree

By PATRICK L. MYERS

The holiday season is here and it's time to choose your Christmas tree. For some families, this is a serious tradition, while for others any old tree will do. One fact remains:

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