Pe Ell-Willapa Valley blasted off to a 15-6 lead against No. 1 ranked Kalama, and then the undefeated Chinooks showcased just why they're billed as the best team in the Class 2B ranks by scoring the last 44 points of the game during Friday night's quarterfinal state playoff game played on Kalama's home turf.
Full Throttle Automotive has opened its doors for service in South Bend.
Andy Preinesberger has taken over Ken's Garage with his own automotive repair business. Even before he officially opened his business he was busy, busy, busy. A loyal customer pushed his way in and had the honor of giving Andy his first dollar, which is now signed and framed on the wall.
On Monday, Nov. 20, six local residents were involved in a collision several miles south of Montesano on Highway 107. The Washington State Patrol report states that there were seven people involved in the three-vehicle incident.
Raymond High School senior Karlee Freeman signed a National Letter of Intent to attend the University of Southern California on a track and field scholarship for the fall of 2018.
The Northwest Carriage Museum in Raymond, Washington is proud to announce the arrival of a 1892 Mitchell Farm Wagon. The 'MITCHELL" is in original condition, including paint, pin striping and seller logo. The museum is the third owner of this historic vehicle, receiving it from a family who had for sixty-one years and bought it from the original farmer who used it near Castle Rock, Washington. The restoration of this incredible piece of history was completed by museum Curator, Jerry Bowman. Mary Cooley, Associate Director at the museum interviewed Bowman.
Raymond and South Bend Washington are two small mill towns on the Washington coast that were little known to the nearby cities of Seattle and Portland. Quiet old towns that sit side by side with but a border line parting them that once flourished in the timber hay days of the early 1900s and now are but a shadow of what they once were. There were said to have been nearly 70 mills between them. Now all but one are gone with only the skeletons of docks and drying kilns and old equipment remain. Presently, a couple of grocery stores, a large general store and several small shops serve what population still calls them home. The local industries still include logging and fishing and crabbing and oysters but now comes a new industry. No, not an existing industry that is interested in moving there but a brand new out of the box industry. Since Washington voted to legalize the use of cannabis for those aged 21 and over these two little towns have received a gift. A gift in that a brand new industry has been created and guess where the first growers and processors in the state decided to hang their shingle. Yes, Raymond and South Bend.
Rumors that have been circulating recently in South Bend and Raymond about the Willapa Harbor Hospital were just that says CEO Carole Halsan and CFO Phil Hjembo. Just rumors.
On the evening of October 25 Deputy Randy Wiegardt was recognized by the American Legion Post 48 as the 2017 recipient of the Derald Robertson Safety Award for Employee of the Year in front of a crowd including his family and co-workers. Below is a memorandum prepared by Sheriff Scott Johnson outlining why Deputy Wiegardt was nominated.
Raymond clinched its first State volleyball berth since 2004 with a 3-0 win over Northwest Christian last Wednesday night at Koplitz Field House in South Bend.
Make no mistake about it...Pe Ell-Willapa Valley (P-WV) is the undisputed champion of the Southwest Washington Coastal Division for the second year in a row and the Titans are champions for the third straight time counting three years ago when they won the Pacific League. The Titans, who have been a combine for three years, dismantled Raymond after yielding the first score of the game 45-7 before a nice crowd at Raymond.
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