Gov. Jay Inslee issued higher education and workforce training requirements in Phase 1 and Phase 2 Monday morning. These guidelines do not apply generally to higher education institutions; they apply only to workforce training programs that require in-classroom/lab practicums only.
Through the Washington Safe Start plan, more businesses and activities will re-open in phases, with adequate safety and health standards in place. Each phase will be at least three weeks.
85 Crewmen Test Positive
The test results for the Seattle-based American Seafoods factory trawler are a somber finding for the North Pacific fishing industry, which has been trying to keep the coronavirus off the ships and out of the shore-based plants that produce much of the nation's seafood. The outbreak also underscores the toll coronavirus continues to take on the food processing industry across the U.S.
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Old building, new look by Roy Richards who will be opening for the Saturday Market
It's that time of year, the Winlock Saturday Market is coming back on June 6 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. This time the market has moved to the downtown area with hopes of bringing business to the downtown core.
The Winlock Saturday Market will be located next to Sahara Pizza, both inside and out.
State of Washington Representative James Walsh, along with nine other state representatives sent a letter to United States Attorney General William Barr in hopes of stopping the extended emergency powers by Governor Inslee.
One of the changes that have affected many people during phase 1 was the closures of bank lobbies, which causes traffic jams in the drive-up window. Now that Pacific and Grays Harbor County have moved into phase 2, Great NorthWest Federal Credit Union is one of the first financial institutions to reopen their lobbies to the public.
On Thursday, May 28, the lobby doors were unlocked and a greeter wearing a mask stood by the door ensuring that people did not crowd into the lobby.
Different smashed-in windows, same person arrested.
Another Raymond business had large double pane windows smashed in by the same suspect. Saturday morning at approximately 6:56 a.m., dispatch advised the Raymond Police Department of another malicious mischief incident, this time at Raymond Pharmacy.
Borden's Auto Parts was vandalized on May 24 early in the morning by the same suspect, Jordan Patterson, who was arrested near the scene after smashing in four windows. Patterson admitted to breaking all those windows and was booked in Pacific County Jail for that incident.
Corporal Ristow of the RPD said he spoke with Patterson last Wednesday morning after he was informed by RPD Officer Fuller about Patterson's actions and whereabouts.
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