SOUTH BEND - Lola Savidge, 32, of Grayland, entered a guilty plea to possession of heroin and was sentenced to a year in prison followed by 12 months of community custody (probation), which will require completion of drug treatment.
By 60-36 margin
State House passes Cannabis Patient Protection Act
The Washington State House Friday approved the Cannabis Patient Protection Act in a 60-36 bipartisan vote to create a safe, quality-controlled and regulated marketplace for cannabis in Washington State.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) has proposed a series of razor clam digs in April and May to cap a season packed with more "beach days" than any time in the past 25 years.
The WHMA Food Bank is holding its Second Annual Benefit Dinner & Silent Auction Saturday, April 25th at the Elks Lodge in Raymond.
Grays Harbor College's President's List for Winter Quarter was released, including Pacific County students who received grade point averages from 4.0 to 3.5.
By JENNIFER GRIGGS
Last Friday and Saturday, South Bend High School drama students conducted three showings of a murder mystery parody by Jonathan Rand, Murder in the Knife Room.
By SCOT PEARSON
The Raymond Grocery and Deli located at the corner of Sixth and Duryea streets will be holding a Grand Opening for the new ownership Paul Kim.
Life Christian Academy defeated Adna, Willapa Valley and Raymond in boys golf at Willapa Harbor Golf Course March 26. The Eagles carded a round of 186 to win easily over the Pirates (213), Vikings (215) and Seagulls (240). Jens Crosier of Life Christian was the medalist with a round of 40.
Though it was a fairly regular meet for the rest of the girls at the track meet, Brooke Spoor broke a school record.
"At the Tri-District, we had some great performances. Brooke Spoor set a school record in the triple jump with a mark of 32-3.25, surpassing the record of 32-3 set by Laura Friese in 2002," said Willapa Valley Coach Ege.
The Pacific County Senior Center is located at 324 Jackson Street in Raymond. Meals are served at 11:45 for those 60 and over for a suggested donation of $4. This week's menu includes:
Last Friday. second graders from Raymond Elementary (Mr. Shores and Mr. Griffin classes) visited the Northwest Carriage Museum. The students learned about horse drawn vehicles and life in the 19th century. They enjoyed churning butter and dressing up in period costume.
100 years ago from the Raymond Herald
April 16, 1915
New fire signals adopted for city
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