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(360) 942-3466 • PO Box 706, Raymond, WA 98577


Showing 3 articles from May 10, 2013.


Expensive Plants in Poor Soil is a Bad Investment

No amount of money invested in garden plants can make up for poor soil.  No matter how you cut it, expensive plants in poor soil is a bad investment.  Unfortunately, this seems to be a fairly common problem in our coastal area. Many problems with home vegetable gardens, fruit trees, shrubs and flower gardens are not caused by pests, diseases, or a lack of nutrients, but by poor soil physical conditions. Growing plants in soils that have too much clay, too many rocks or are just plain too sandy can be a real challenge.

Symptoms of poor soil quality include:

Obamacare Turns Three, Remains Unpopular

President Obama signed the federal health care bill, The Affordable Care Act (ACA), into law three years ago. Let’s look at what has happened over the past three years.

The law remains extremely unpopular with Americans. Since passage,


WHH - Politics




            Mayor Bob Jungar and Council Members Vicki Flemetis, Wm. Ian Farrell, Ray Robinson, Betty Sovereign, and Randy Flemetis were present for the regularly scheduled City Council meeting at 6:00 PM on the 19th day of February, 2013 in Council Chambers at 230 Second Street, Raymond, Washington.    Council Members Dee Roberts and Jason Dunsmoor were absent.  Officers present were Police Chief Chuck Spoor, Fire Chief Todd Strozyk, Public Works Director M. Dean Parsons, City Attorney Will Penoyar, and Clerk-Treasurer Hester Gilleland.

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