Nov. 30 didn't only signify the end of the month it also signified the end of a ten-year tenure for Raymond Police Sgt. James Samplawski.
Crabs are no longer too small according to the latest Washington Department Fish and Wildlife testing conducted earlier this week, but the season will still remain closed.
On Dec. 7 a 2000 Honda CRZ driven by 29 year old Cosmopolis resident Brenton Keller was traveling southbound on Highway 101 when his vehicle lost control, crossed the centerline, and crashed according to the Washington State Patrol. The vehicle crashed down an embankment and struck a tree according to the Raymond Fire Department.
The illegal cannabis grow raids in Grays Harbor County has lead to raids in Pacific County.
In Monday's Raymond City Council meeting the 2018 Final Budget Proposal, Ordinance Number 1866, was passed unanimously with no public in attendance offering feedback. The final vote to adopt the proposed 2018 budget will be on the agenda of the next regularly scheduled meeting.
Harbor Association of Volunteers for Animals (HAVA) is holding a raffle that could feed your family for Christmas.
HAVA is putting together two Holiday Dinner Baskets: one with a turkey and the other with ham. Both the turkey and ham are frozen. The baskets include sides and treats to feed a family of four. These baskets will be raffled off with the winners drawn on Dec. 18.
Derik S. Nissell, a local resident who graduated from South Bend High School, was in his mid-twenties when his untimely death on February 29, 2016, sent a shockwave throughout the community of South Bend.
Nissell's obituary recalls that "Derik had a kind soul and would be there for anyone who needed his help," and it's this characteristic of Nissell that has inspired a new charitable event in the form of the Derik Nissell Toy Drive, which strives to spread the spirit of care that Nissell himself exemplified.
On Nov. 15, Sheriff Scott Johnson recognized several Sheriff's Office employees and volunteers for their outstanding service to his office and our community. They were recognized in front a small crowd of relatives and co-workers.
Raymond HS Athletic Director Mike Tully is back as head coach of the boys basketball team. Tully was head coach at RHS for seven years during the 2007-2012 seasons.
Derek Rask stepped down after four seasons at the helm.
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