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Cole memo rescinded,  Governor ready for fight
The grow room at BMF.
Cole memo rescinded, Governor ready for fight

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a memo Jan. 4 rescinding an Obama administration stance on state marijuana laws known as the Cole Memo. Rescinding the stance has cast a shadow of unfortunate doubt over states that have legalized recreational marijuana and states that have legalized medical marijuana.

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Nordin starts first official day in mayor seat
Douglas Nordin
Nordin starts first official day in mayor seat

New Raymond Mayor Douglas Nordin settled into his new seat at the Raymond City Council meeting on Jan. 2 after being sworn in by City of Raymond Clerk Gretchen Sagen. Present were about 25 residents excited to see the swearing in of whom many were family or friends of his and provided a very warm welcome to the new mayor.

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Local food drives ensure a great holiday season for food banks
Picture taken by Bonnie Ryan NPC Food Bank Manager - A huge thank you to the Shoalwater Casino for their generous support to the NPC Food Bank and WHMA toy drive this year! Left to right Todd Arend, marketing manager and Jeremy Foust, security manager.
Local food drives ensure a great holiday season for food banks

Local food drives this year resulted in a major success for our local food banks after an outpouring of support from community members, businesses, donors and unrelenting determination from local students.

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Erin Frasier announces bid to unseat Walsh
Erin Frasier with her husband Keith and daughter's Olivia and Rose
Erin Frasier announces bid to unseat Walsh

Former Raymond resident and life long southwest Washington native Erin Frasier has announced she will be running as a Democrat for the 19th District State Representative seat against current representative Jim Walsh.

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Eagle Scout organizes benefit concert
Photo by Jeff Clemens - Seth Angelovich
Eagle Scout organizes benefit concert

There will be a concert held at the Raymond High School gymnasium to raise money for local food banks on Jan. 13. All the proceeds from ticket sales and concessions will be going towards the food banks in both Raymond and South Bend.

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Thriftway struck by vehicle again
Photo by Store Manager Melanie Bowling
Thriftway struck by vehicle again

On Dec. 28 at approximately 3:36 p.m. Raymond Police and Raymond Fire were dispatched to a call that a car had struck the Raymond Thriftway store and it was unknown if the driver or anyone in the vehicle had injuries.

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South Bend hopeful of funding for new elementary school
​Photo Courtesy of Jon Tienhaara
South Bend hopeful of funding for new elementary school

The South Bend School District has a unique opportunity to fund well over three quarters of the $16,500,000 proposed cost for a new elementary school. All that is standing in the way is the state's capital budget and two bills that have been presented in the state senate: SB 5453 and HB 1193.

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Former South Bend officer injured in Bremerton shooting
Photo Courtesy of the Bremerton Police Department - Officer Allan McComas
Former South Bend officer injured in Bremerton shooting

One of the officers shot and injured in the police-involved-shooting that left the suspect dead in Bremerton on Dec. 17 formerly served with the South Bend Police Department.

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