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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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Citizen addresses council about water leak

By SCOT PEARSON

Newly selected Mayor Jason Dunsmoor sat for his first official Raymond City Council meeting and was addressed by the public with a few concerns.

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The Vikings stomp out the Seagulls
Photo by Larry Bale Viking Chase Flemetis on his way to a double double against the Seagulls
The Vikings stomp out the Seagulls

By PATRICK MYERS

The Valley Vikings welcomed the Raymond Seagulls to their gym on Tuesday night, December 9 with a nice 53 to 44 win on the Vikings part.

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Mayor Struck forecasts the upcoming year

By SCOT PEARSON

SOUTH BEND - For South Bend Mayor Julie Struck it has only been one year come January 2015, but she feels that changes in the management of the city, along with a new focus on South Bend will bring a better city come 2015.

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Keep a watchful eye on homes in your community

By SCOT PEARSON

After the fire that took the vacant home of Tom Arnold, his discovery of the cost of what might be next makes him head warning to the community.

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Grayport lands at Pitchwood

This past week the Pitchwood Alehouse in Raymond was turned into a movie set as Independent Spirit Films took over the establishment to film a few scenes for the upcoming neo-noir crime thriller Grayport.

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Pacific County Businesses of the Year
In front from left are Liz Rogers, Salon LOL; and Laurie Carter, Peninsula Players. In middle from left: Nancy Gorshe, EDC president and owner of Depot Restaurant; Judy Beezley, J&B Accounting; and Kristine Torset, Shoalwater Bay Tribal Community Library.
Pacific County Businesses of the Year

ILWACO - The Pacific County Economic Development Council conducted its annual Business of the Year event at the Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum in Ilwaco on Nov. 13.

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Accident ties up traffic for 3½ hours
Repsonse crews survey the accident that happened at 7:30 am on Dec. 4 at the intersection of State Routes 101 and 6. Both drivers are OK. Traffic was congested for more than three hours.
Accident ties up traffic for 3½ hours

A log truck versus concrete beam accident tied up traffic for just over three hours in the morning of Dec. 4 in Raymond. All parties involved in the accident have been reported to be OK after the collision, suffering abrasions and bruising.

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Raymond lights up
Raymond lights up

By SCOT PEARSON

For one night the city streets of Raymond light up with the annual running of the Raymond Lighted Street Parade.

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Dunsmoor selected as Raymond mayor
Jason Dunsmoor takes the oath of Office as administered by Raymond City Clerk Hester Gilland. "I am ready to get started," said Mayor Dunsmoor.
Dunsmoor selected as Raymond mayor

By SCOT PEARSON

A Special Meeting was held for the City of Raymond on December 4. The only item on the agenda was the selection of a new mayor.

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Its time to fix Rock Crusher Hill
Traffic is again traveling over Rock Crusher Hill. With 140 yards of fresh gravel, the "Dip" is patched again. WSDOT says a more permanent fix is in the works.
Its time to fix Rock Crusher Hill

By SCOT PEARSON

GRAYS HARBOR - Along Highway 101 - for the past 20 years, the Washington State Department of Transportation has been mending the area known as Rock Crusher Hill.

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Raymond City Council to interview two mayoral candidates

The Raymond City Council meeting opened up with a amendment to the posted agenda.

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Senior project brings people together

MENLO - Part of a graduating senior's "To Do" list includes working on a culminating project or what many hear as the "senior project". Many have helped with the community in several ways like with the environment, local signage or attempting to change future requirements of senior students in the state.

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Local home lost in fire
Photo by Kristoffer Strayhorn The Raymond and Pacific County fire departments responded to the early evening home fire.
Local home lost in fire

In the early evening, approximately 5:30 pm on Saturday, November 29, the Raymond Fire Department along with Pacific County Fire District #3 responded to a house fire on Mill Avenue.

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Prepare for Thanksgiving travel as thoroughly as you plan the big meal

Know before you go:

Ready to gobble down some turkey and stuffing? First, make sure you've cooked up a plan to navigate heavy Thanksgiving weekend traffic.

The best recipe for successful holiday travel is to plan ahead:

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Governor asks Washingtonians to shop local

By JAY INSLEE and PATRICK CONNOR

We're calling on all Washingtonians to join us for a March on Main Street, Saturday, November 29.

The cause: A better economy, longer-than-seasonal employment opportunities and tighter-knit communities- all of which are the bedrock of a vibrant society. And all it takes to accomplish these goals is for each of us to spend more of our money with the small businesses lining the Main Streets of our state.

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Artic Tavern closing its doors
The Artic Tavern is holding its last steak night and final party this weekend. If you have ever tipped a glass or dined at the establishment, this weekend may be your last chance under its current leaseholder.
Artic Tavern closing its doors

By SCOT PEARSON

ARTIC - In a place where patrons dress the walls with tagged dollar bills, and a moose head adorns the wall, the Artic Tavern looks to be one of the latest fatalities of the current economic climate.

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Tornado warnings in county Sunday

Sunday, the National Weather Service issued a rare tornado warning for parts of Pacific County. The warning was generated because of a severe thunderstorm that moved across the City of Long Beach, Seaview, and the City of Ilwaco.

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Great holiday gifts and ideas at Pomegranate
Great holiday gifts and ideas at Pomegranate

By SCOT PEARSON

GRAYLAND - As you take your time in deciding how and where to spend your dollars in the Harbor for this holiday season, many stores are busy setting out their cornucopia's and tinsel to attract you.

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South Bend Council passes 2015 Final Budget

By PATRICK L. MYERS

SOUTH BEND - The South Bend City Council held another of their council meetings Monday night, where the council passed the 2015 final budget, along with an inter-fund loan between the HUD fund and the Sewer fund.

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Marijuana update

With the passing of the last election, more states are looking at the question of recreational marijuana as well as changes to medical applications and decimalization of the flower.

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Great holiday gifts and ideas at Pomegranate
A mix of Christmas and beach is just the right thing to find in Grayland at Pomegranate Gifts and Home Décor.
Great holiday gifts and ideas at Pomegranate

By SCOT PEARSON

GRAYLAND - As you take your time in deciding how and where to spend your dollars in the Harbor for this holiday season, many stores are busy setting out their cornucopia's and tinsel to attract you.

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Harbor Hospital adopting National Patient Safety Goals

On your next visit to the hospital, you will notice some big changes starting in the Patient Registration department and continuing throughout your visit.

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Festival of Trees benefits Willapa Harbor Health Foundation
The Raffle Tree for the Festival of Trees was designed by Debra Pearson and Sheila McGough.
Festival of Trees benefits Willapa Harbor Health Foundation

This year's Fourteenth Annual Willapa Harbor Festival of Trees event is slated for Saturday. November 29th at the Willapa Harbor Community Center in South Bend.

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Country Christmas Bazaar
Country Christmas Bazaar
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