Council also in agreement with county on sales tax increase
SOUTH BEND - Christina Lee Yanez, 36, of Ocean Park was sentence to 1 year and 1 month in prison for criminal mistreatment and delivery of marijuana.
On April 29, Pacific County sheriff's deputies and an ambulance crew responded to the report of an intoxicated 9-year-old at the Dunes Bible Camp swimming pool. After transporting the minor to the hospital and providing stabilizing medical care Deputies learned Yanez had intentionally given her child a brownie laced with "dabs," a highly concentrated form of THC, which is the active ingredient in marijuana.
Raymond - A three-year-old boy was struck by a car in the vicinity of the Riverdale Heights Apartments on the evening of May 11 but avoided serious injury.
Transportation supervisors of local school districts say they're feeling the effects of a long-term nationwide shortage of bus drivers and, despite their best efforts, have found it difficult to successfully recruit candidates for employment.
The Washington State Department of Transportation is moving forward with a plan to install a roundabout at the intersection of US 101 and State Route 6. The project will be opened for bids this May with construction set to take place this summer.
Raymond Theatre Manager Anne Steele presented the Raymond City Council with a letter of resignation on April 17. City and theatre officials indicated they would use the changeover as an opportunity to reconfigure the position with an eye toward hopefully making the cash-strapped theatre financially self-sufficient.
SOUTH BEND - Amanda Ann Hanson, 26, of Westport entered guilty pleas for attempting to elude a police vehicle, driving under the influence, escape in the second degree, residential burglary, and theft of a motor vehicle, and was sentenced to 24 months in prison.
The Pacific County Republicans gathered in South Bend on Saturday, April 22, for their annual Lincoln Day Dinner, marked by prayer, the singing of the national anthem, and the raffling off of an AR-15 rifle.
State shellfish managers have canceled the first two days (April 24 and 25) of a tentatively planned eight-day razor clam dig due to rising marine toxin levels.
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