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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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Raymond Council looks at city contracts

By SCOT PEARSON

At the first April meeting of the Raymond City Council all were present save Police Chief Chuck Spoor. The night had a full agenda dealing with items such as new floodplain regulations, 911 radio equipment and the various lease agreements that the city honors to support activities like the pool, museums, theatre and and farmers market.

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Student initiates Spring Jam Basketball Tournament
Student initiates Spring Jam Basketball Tournament

HS Senior Project

By SCOT PEARSON

For Raymond High School Senior Alan Phansisay, his drive for an athletic life has drawn him to bring back a 3 on 3 Spring Jam Basketball Tournament as his senior project.

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Raymond City Council looks at contracts

By SCOT PEARSON

At the first April meeting of the Raymond City Council all were present save Police Chief Chuck Spoor. The night had a full agenda dealing with items such as new floodplain regulations, 911 radio equipment and the various lease agreements that the city honors to support activities like the pool, museums, theatre and and farmers market.

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Marijuana forum educates public

By SCOT PEARSON

SOUTH BEND - The Willapa Harbor Chamber of Commerce along with the Pacific County Economic Development Council held a I-502 Informational Forum on March 31, which drew close to 100 citizens of Pacific County to hear questions about the marijuana industry.

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Raymond resident sentenced for meth, stolen property

Raymond resident Jeremy S. Graham, 35, entered a guilty plea to second degree escape, possession of methamphetamine, and possession of stolen property. The action took place in Pacific County Superior Court Friday afternoon.

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Smoke alarm might have saved woman
Photo by Captain Jason McVey There were 11 firefighters on hand to fight a fire at 442 Ward Creek Road.
Smoke alarm might have saved woman

Monday at 4:37 am, Pacific County Fire District 3, along with Raymond Fire Department responded to the report of a house on fire at 442 Ward Creek Road. Upon arrival, crews found a single story single family dwelling fully involved;

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Stop by 7th Street Coffee for refreshing brew and breakfast
Stop by 7th Street Coffee for refreshing brew and breakfast

By SCOT PEARSON

After a couple years of thinking about the possibility of running their own shop Rosalyn and Mike Erickson have purchased One Moore Cup espresso and are opening 7th Street Coffee.

"We are very excited to be opening this week," said Rosalyn.

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Brett Malin awarded as Republican of the Year

Republicans gathered for their annual Lincoln Dinner in South Bend at the Willapa Harbor Community Center last Saturday. Speaking to the full house,

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County Commissioners meeting well attended

SOUTH BEND - The Pacific County Commissioners met on Tuesday March 24, with a full house filled with members from the public, Pacific County staff, along with Timberland Regional Library staff from around the county. Carol, the Timberland Regional Library's Pacific County representative, presented the highlights of 2014, citing their addition of hours to all of the libraries across the county as well as the launch of their digital magazine system, Zinio, where you can access digital copies of thousands of magazines, to the wireless printing they have distributed to the Pacific County Libraries.

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Undersheriff Todd Fosse fired

By SCOT PEARSON

SOUTH BEND - Pacific County Sheriff Scott Johnson has severed the employment of Undersheriff Todd Fosse.

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New equipment at a discount
Standing in front of their "new" vehicle, a 1995 Jeep Cherokee, members of the Pacific County Prosecutor's Office received a donation of safety equipment from the South Bend Fire Department. From left are Mark McClain, Pacific County Prosecutor; Brandi Hu
New equipment at a discount

By HERALD Staff

A little-known duty of the Prosecutor's Office is to serve as the County Coroner and, given their limited budget, obtaining new equipment can be difficult.

"We had virtually no equipment when I took office, but we have cobbled together safety gear and a 'new vehicle' without cost to the community," said Pacific County Prosecutor Mark McClain.

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Ilwaco man sentenced for delivering heroin near school

Derrick Budd, 38, of Ilwaco entered a guilty plea to three counts of delivery of heroin and one count of possession of heroin with intent to deliver. The action took place in Pacific County Superior Court Friday afternoon. Two counts included delivery of heroin within 1,000 feet of a school.

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Washington Business Week comes to the Willapa

By KAYLA CAMENZIND

Last week, 11th grade students from Raymond, South Bend, and Willapa Valley had the opportunity to participate in Washington Business Week (WBW). Its seventh year in Pacific County, more than 100 local students participated in the five-day long event, which culminated in a "Trade Show" and "Stockholders Presentation" on Friday, March 27.

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