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Get ready for summer with Kayak Day

Willapa Harbor Kayak Day is just around the corner.

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Razor clam digging closed for season on ocean beaches

Digging will remain closed on ocean beaches for the remainder of the razor clam season because of elevated toxin levels, state shellfish managers announced today.

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Recreational shellfish harvesting closed

The Washington Department of Health (WDOH) has closed all recreational shellfish harvesting in Willapa Bay due to increasing levels of the marine toxin domoic acid.

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Westport woman arrested for trafficking in child pornography

Detectives from the Washington State Patrol's Missing and Exploited Children Task Force (MECTF) have arrested a Westport woman on charges of trafficking in sexually explicit images of minors.

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High marine toxin levels prompts health warning

Anyone who took part in the recreational razor clam dig from coastal beaches

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Pattillos named 2015 Tree Farmers of the Year
Pattillos named 2015 Tree Farmers of the Year

Pattillos named 2015 Tree Farmers of the Year

Greg and Sue Pattillo of Pacific County are The Washington Tree Farm Program's "Washington Tree Farmers of the Year" for 2015. Their award was announced at the May 1st Washington Farm Forestry Association Annual Meeting at The Great Wolf Lodge in Grand Mound.

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Razor clams need to be destroyed due to health concern

Anyone who took part in the recreational razor clam dig from coastal beaches from Long Beach north to Kalaloch on Thursday, May 7 should destroy all razor clams harvested due to high levels of the marine toxin, domoic acid.

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City to sell lots; water rates to go up

By SCOT PEARSON

At the Raymond City Council several items were discussed to include the sale of the ballpark to the Willapa Harbor baseball Association, the latest City Bench Permits and the probable sale of city lots.

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Who will foot the bill for highway repairs?

South Bend traffic will be slowed

By SCOT PEARSON

It must be summer as city crews and Washington State Department of Transportation are busy with work all through Pacific County.

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Variety of cases highlight court

SOUTH BEND - Three cases highlighted the action in Pacific County Superior Court last Friday afternoon, including domestic violence, violation of a protection order, and possession of methamphetamine.

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Peterson selected to WIBCA Hall of Fame

The Washington Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Association selected eight new members to their Hall of Fame.

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South Bend gets ready for Spring

South Bend gets ready for Spring

By SCOT PEARSON

SOUTH BEND - The Spring Clean-up this year in South Bend is scheduled for May 4-9 and residents will have an opportunity to collect their yard trash and get a free day at the dump during that time.

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South Bend School helping in the community
Technology, like this CNC machine at the South Bend school, helped to make the project of making over 100 signs easier to manage for the school, the city and the students involved.
South Bend School helping in the community

By SCOT PEARSON

SOUTH BEND - Soon residents of South Bend will be seeing new street signs that have been created from the South Bend High School Construction and Trade classes.

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Keep bees alive and healthy
Photo by Paul Young If you see a swarm, please contact the Willapa River Beekeeping Club.
Keep bees alive and healthy

Spring is here, and this time of year when honeybees swarm because their hive is over-crowded and they are looking for a good place to establish a new colony.

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New business brings marijuana competition
The location of Growers Outlet is just behind Harbor Reality and in front of Ken's Garage along the 101 in South Bend, 613 Montana Avenue Building #2
New business brings marijuana competition

By SCOT PEARSON

For Pacific County and more specifically Raymond and South Bend, two new marijuana stores have opened this past weekend and on Monday, April 20.

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Quorum gets the job done at RCC

By SCOT PEARSON

At the last Raymond City Council meeting of April 20, the council sat in wait for the arrival of one more member to make a quorum to conduct the cities business. With three members having additional obligations, the council sat with Mayor Jason Dunsmoor at the helm, and council members Betty Soverign, Ray Robinson, Randy Flemetis and Kaley Hanson ready for the nights agenda.

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New wing looks like a barn at Northwest Carriage Museum
Jerry Bowman, curator for the Northwest Carriage Museum, arranges the latest displays for the opening of the new "barn" expansion.
New wing looks like a barn at Northwest Carriage Museum

By SCOT PEARSON

If you have not been to the Northwest Carriage Museum lately, you may want to take the opportunity this Saturday, and stop in for the "Barn Raising" as the latest addition to the museum is officially opened.

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Sheriff's marine unit rescues stranded Lacey man

The Pacific County Communications Center received a call from a man

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New Mexican restaurant in Lebam

By SCOT PEARSON

LEBAM - Keep an eye out for the new El Rico restaurant in Lebam, at the location of the old cafe next to the Lebam Tavern.

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Mosquitoes beware! South Bend is getting ready

By SCOT PEARSON

SOUTH BEND - At the April 13 South Bend City Council Meeting, a presentation by Three Rivers Mosquito & Vector Control advised the council of what is in store for this year's approach to the annual mosquito infestation.

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Kim brings business acumen to Raymond Grocery and Deli
Paul Kim now also owns Raymond Grocery and Deli.
Kim brings business acumen to Raymond Grocery and Deli

By SCOT PEARSON

The Raymond Grocery and Deli located at the corner of Sixth and Duryea streets will be holding a Grand Opening for the new ownership Paul Kim.

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Mosquitoes beware! South Bend is getting ready

By SCOT PEARSON

SOUTH BEND - At the April 13 South Bend City Council Meeting, a presentation by Three Rivers Mosquito & Vector Control advised the council of what is in store for this year's approach to the annual mosquito infestation.

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Grayland woman sentenced for heroin

SOUTH BEND - Lola Savidge, 32, of Grayland, entered a guilty plea to possession of heroin and was sentenced to a year in prison followed by 12 months of community custody (probation), which will require completion of drug treatment.

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State House passes Cannabis Patient Protection Act

By 60-36 margin

State House passes Cannabis Patient Protection Act

The Washington State House Friday approved the Cannabis Patient Protection Act in a 60-36 bipartisan vote to create a safe, quality-controlled and regulated marketplace for cannabis in Washington State.

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PUD reverses decision on detailed receipts

By SCOT PEARSON

At the Long Beach Board of Commissioners meeting held on March 17, PUD General Manager Doug Miller, along with Chief of Engineering & Operations Jason Dunsmoor, addressed the board in regard to the previous directive from the March 3 PUD Board Meeting to provide an itemized list of cost for new or revised service.

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