Kathy Balcom is running as an incumbent for City Council Position No. 5. Balcom is running against incumbent Bob Hall. Balcom answered questions from the Willapa Harbor Herald about her candidacy.
SOUTH BEND – In Pacific County Superior Court proceedings last Friday afternoon, Heather D. Church, 40, of Ocean Park, was sentenced to 2½ years in prison for first degree incest, possession of depictions of minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct and failure to report.
State fishery managers have approved the first of two tentatively scheduled razor clam digs in November, this one running from Friday, Nov. 1, through Friday, Nov. 8, on evening tides at various ocean beaches.
By GEORGE KUNKE
Bob Hall of South Bend is running as an incumbent for City Council Position No. 5. Hall is running against Kathy Balcom. Hall answered questions from the Willapa Harbor Herald about his candidacy.
Two candidates running for Raymond School Board member No.3 were asked about what they thought they would bring to the position, their motivation to run, their vision of education in the Raymond community, current challenges, expectations and if the school board is being responsible for our children’s education.
Here are the responses from current Raymond School Board member Karen Johnson. Her opponent, Angela Gilbert, did not respond to emails or phone calls.
Since 1972 V&N Autoparts has been a part of the Raymond community.
“My father and I started the NAPA Auto Parts store after I returned from college,” said Bob Vaughn, son of Jim Vaughn.
By GEORGE KUNKE
South Bend City Council Candidate Patricia “Pat” Neve responded to questions from the Willapa Harbor Herald. Neve is running for Position No. 3 against incumbent Cheryl Seals, who did not respond to the questions. The election is Tuesday.
The United Methodist Church
The Castle Rock Seventh-day Adventist Church will host Simply Cooking, a plant-based class led by Ronni Reinecke, on Nov. 7 at 6:30 p.m.
The Topic is Holiday Fare, with free samples, recipe handouts and information. Please call Wanda at (360) 967-2165 to reserve your place in this popular monthly class.
Happy Halloween! I’m pretty sure the monster pumpkin will have been removed from the Café porch by the time the paper is printed. It was looking pretty sad last weekend.
But this weekend, we have the monthly Town Breakfast on Saturday morning from 8 – 10 a.m. It’s the best in morning fare (ham & eggs, pancakes, biscuits & gravy) that includes orange juice and bottomless coffee. Proceeds support town projects and veterans’ needs.
Coyotes have been waking me again recently, absent since last year. Evelyn Woody let her newly-adopted Shih-Tsu out her back door on Jackson Highway one night before bedtime. Sadly, it was later found with fatal animal wounds. Evelyn asks everyone to keep a close eye on their pets, even in town.
Wednesday Awana Clubs at Toledo First Baptist 6:30-8:00 p.m. Join us for dinner 5:30 p.m. Contact Pastor Stavig, email@example.com or (360) 864-2550.
Happy Halloween! Yes, yes, I know that’s not a particularly original greeting, but I’m just so excited about this year’s festivities. I’ve even made and/or gathered my nieces’ and nephews’ costumes this year. I decided on a Mother Goose theme: Robin Hood (there is a Mother Goose rhyme about him, which is why my 11-year-old nephew agreed to this theme), Jack, Jill, and Little Miss Muffet. They’re adorable.
Don’t forget to hit the stores downtown, including the museum, for the trick or treating this year. Even the Winlock PTSA will be joining the fun from 3 to 5 p.m. downtown.
I have been given the opportunity to join other local residents on a cultural exchange trip to Inasa, Japan, a small town about three-and-a-half hours west of Tokyo.
This trip will be taking place between Oct. 30 and Nov. 6 so, while I am abroad, former Toledo columnist and local independent publisher Jake Morgan will be acting as Guest Editor of the Town Crier.
Due to unforeseen circumstances,
Grays Harbor College is offering a new Continuing Education course, Chinook History,
The Willapa Harbor Hospital Board
After very little discussion, the Castle Rock City Council unanimously approved an ordinance Oct. 28 adding recreational marijuana facilities to their approved uses within the C-2 Highway Business District.
Located just east of Exit 48, the district is already zoned for medical marijuana collective gardens and was selected because of its distance from community-oriented facilities, as well as tourist traffic, according to City Planner TJ Keiran.
Seth Flemetis exploded for 210 yards rushing and Willapa Valley’s defense held South Bend scoreless during a 43-0 victory at Crogstad Field in Menlo Friday night. Flemetis had a 90-yard TD run in the fourth quarter.
By GEORGE KUNKE
Raymond fell twice in volleyball matches last week, losing to South Bend in three sets and versus Naselle in five.
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