For the second time in a week a fire broke out at a residence in Raymond on March 8. At approximately 1:22 a.m. Pacific County Fire District 3 (Menlo Fire Dept.) responded to the 3000 block of Oldani Road for a report of a structure fire with a victim possibly still inside.
Police and the Sheriff's Office are warning south county residents to be on the lookout for strange packages after a package found in Long Beach on March 8 turned out to be two homemade explosive devices.
A caller notified dispatch after discovering one of the packages and the State Patrol Bomb Squad was called in to destroy the packages after they were moved to a secure location by Long Beach Police.
Paul Kim owner of Raymond Deli and former owner of the Jackpot in South Bend has big things in store for Raymond and it's happening soon.
March 4 at approximately 11:40 p.m. a fire broke out at a residence in the 600 block of Duryea Street in Raymond.
By the time Raymond Fire Department was on scene the house was fully engulfed in flames. Upon arrival they were informed a male occupant was possibly still inside. They were able to knock down the fire quickly and initiate a rescue to locate the missing occupant. He was located and pronounced deceased at the scene. There were no other fatalities.
The Trump administration has announced its proposed 2019 fiscal budget, eliminating billions of dollars from federal programs. Drawing the most criticism is how the government plans to handle SNAP also known as Food Stamps.
Within the proposal the administration has proposed that any recipient who receives over $90, roughly 81% of SNAP recipients, a month in benefits to receive half of their allotted benefits as a USDA Food Package. The package would include items such as shelf safe milk, pasta, bread, peanut butter, and canned fruits and vegetables.
SOUTH BEND -- After three days of testimony, James O'Hagan was convicted of possession of a stolen motor vehicle, possession of stolen property in the first degree, and bail jumping. The case took place in Pacific County Pacific Court last Wednesday through Friday.
Willapa Valley's basketball season opened with an overtime win, and ended with an overtime loss. Head coach Jay Pearson, who was named Coach of the Year by his Pacific League peers, was dealt a tough card before the campaign got underway when his team lost the services of one of its best players when senior Walker Oblad went down with an injury during the summer. The Vikes bit the bullet and responded like strong soldiers while turning in a super season. Willapa Valley started the season by running off seven straight victories. Valley ended the season with an overall record of 17-6 with the six losses by a total of just 26 points. The last four defeats were by three, two, one and five points.
On Feb. 20 at approximately 8:00 a.m. a Toyota pickup driven by a 21 year old Raymond resident lost control in icy conditions and hit a transit bus at the intersection of Fowler St. and Highway 101 in Raymond.
According to the crash report provided to the Herald by Raymond Police Chief Chuck Spoor. The transit bus was initiating a turn onto Fowler St. during a green light when the Toyota pickup approached a red light and slid into the intersections due to icy conditions.
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