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Photo by Vivian Edersheim
Photo by Vivian Edersheim

Pop-up SAL performance

Sunday Afternoon Live sponsored a surprise outdoor performance in Raymond's downtown riverfront amphitheater on November 1. The audience assembled carrying their chairs to enjoy local musician Alfred Beattie playing classical and folk music on his viola during the hour-long concert.

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Another increase in COVID cases last week

As the flu surges so does the pandemic. If you have flu-like symptoms, you need to be tested to see if you may have been infected with COVID-19. On Tuesday, November 10, the Pacific County Public Health and Human Services received notice of four positive cases of COVID-19 in Pacific County.

The individuals are:
A male between 30-40 years old, linked to a workplace exposure
A female between 50-60 years old, linked to a workplace exposure
A male between 60-70 years old, linked to a medical screening
A female between 70-80 years old, linked to out of county travel

On Wednesday, November 11, six additional positive cases were reported.

The individuals are:
A female between 20-30 years old, linked to a workplace exposure
A female between 20-30 years old, linked to social interaction
A male between 30-40 years old, linked to social interaction
A male between 60-70 years old, linked to social interaction
A male between 70-80 years old, linked to social interaction
A Female between 40-50 years old, unknown exposure

All cases are isolating at home.

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Sean Swope with wife Suzi and children SJ (age 1), Gracie (age 4), and Finley (age 6)
Sean Swope with wife Suzi and children SJ (age 1), Gracie (age 4), and Finley (age 6)

Meet Sean Swope your new county commissioner

Lewis County has two new county commissioners, Sean Swope is one of two new commissioners who were elected this November to serve the citizens of Lewis County.

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New restrictions for COVID-19

COVID-19 is back in full force with numbers being the highest we have seen. Nationally, we have seen numbers increase in the tune of 150,000+ cases per day. Washington State topped 2900 cases on November 12. With the increase in cases comes new restrictions. Unfortunately, the new restrictions will impact several of our local businesses. Please continue to support them as much as possible, it's tough times for everyone.

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Legal Public Notice

Legal Public Notice

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Legal Public Notice

Legal Public Notice

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Coronavirus Pandemic Continues to Uptick

There were 170 cases of COVID-19 in Pacific County through 11:59 pm Saturday. Statewide, there have been 130,040 cases and 2,519 deaths reported in Washington.

Nationally through Monday, noon PT, the USA recorded 13 straight days of more than 100,000 cases of COVID-19. The USA reported 11,114,151 confirmed cases and 246,758 deaths from the virus. Also, 1 million children have gotten Covid-19.

Vaccine Developments

For the second Monday in a row, Americans woke up to positive news about the development of a coronavirus vaccine, this time from Moderna. Preliminary results for the biotechnology company's mRNA-1273 vaccine candidate showed to be 94.5 percent effective in preventing the disease. That comes just a week after news of Pfizer's candidate being more than 90 percent effective in early results.

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Classifieds 11.18.20

Classifieds 11.18.20

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Republicans carry all but three races in Pacific County

SOUTH BEND - Pacific County turned in a whopping 84.73 percent voter turnout in the 2020 General Election last Tuesday (Nov. 3). Statewide, the voter turnout is 81.26 percent. A total of 14,134 ballots were tabulated of the 16,681 registered voters in the 39 precincts. The next ballot count is Nov. 24, which is the certification date. The last ballot results in the county were calculated Friday, 4 pm, and there are only five left to count. The next statewide ballot count was scheduled for Monday, Nov. 9.

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