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Truck Fire on Southbound I-5

Photos by Tanya Rondon - South Bend Dairy truck burst into flames on Saturday.
Photos by Tanya Rondon - South Bend Dairy truck burst into flames on Saturday.

On Saturday June 11, 2016 a South Bend Dairy truck caught fire on South bound I-5 at mile marker 76. The driver had just entered on to the freeway at exit 77 when this reporter and husband entered directly behind the truck.

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Willapa Bay Relay for Life

Saturday, June 25. 10am - 10pm
Raymond High School
Please come out and support our local cancer survivors, those lost, and their loved ones.

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Koski back in charge of Lady Seagulls

Jason Koski
Jason Koski

There's reason for Raymond sports enthusiasts to get excited about the return of Jason Koski to Lady Seagull basketball. Koski is back at the helm after being absent from the head coaching post since 2011.

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Five Volunteers Complete Training at Raymond Fire Department

The Raymond City Council met for the bi-monthly council meeting where several council members were absent including: Colby Rogers, Dee Roberts, Kaley Hanson and Police Chief Chuck Spoor. Mayor Dunsmoor started the meeting with the pledge of allegiance and then lead with items from the public, where Bud of the skatepark spoke:

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Exploratory Surgery

Photo by Patrick L Myers - Raymond Public Works hard at work on 4th Street in downtown Raymond where a service line had failed. The crew replaced a saddle on one of the pipes that had deteriorated as well as updated other old, possibly worn hardware.
Photo by Patrick L Myers - Raymond Public Works hard at work on 4th Street in downtown Raymond where a service line had failed. The crew replaced a saddle on one of the pipes that had deteriorated as well as updated other old, possibly worn hardware.
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All around the state, people prepare for the Cascadia Quake and Tsunami

Photo courtesy of Lewis County Sirens - Ken Cardinale discusses earthquake preparedness to the community.
Photo courtesy of Lewis County Sirens - Ken Cardinale discusses earthquake preparedness to the community.

Representatives from emergency response, medical, government and police agencies met Wednesday to begin the planning process for an anticipated earthquake along the Cascadia Subduction Zone, predicted to cause catastrophic damage along the West Coast.

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Winlock's First Saturday Market a big success

Photo courtesy of WIN - Opening day of Winlock's Saturday Market brought people out into the sunny weather.
Photo courtesy of WIN - Opening day of Winlock's Saturday Market brought people out into the sunny weather.

After months of preparation, the Winlock Saturday Market surely was a big success. The community came out in big numbers to support the many vendors. Vendors sold woodwork, crafts, jewelry, pottery, and other arts and crafts. Fresh fruits and vegetables were also on sale for the great price offered by farmers markets.

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ATV driver charged with attempting to elude a pursuing police vehicle

An un-helmeted ATV rider took a trooper on a more than five mile chase along county roads, speeding and ignoring stop signs and finally cutting in front of the trooper's vehicle to travel up an off-road trail northeast of Winlock.

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Toledo woman threatens to stab a man

A Toledo woman was charged Tuesday May 31 for allegedly threatening a man with a knife.

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Assault by tractor in Toledo

Jeffery Allen Oberg, 63, was charged with third-degree assault (domestic violence) and third-degree malicious mischief (domestic violence).

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The New Ocosta Elementary School

Photo courtesy of the Ocosta Elementary Student Council - The new earthquake and tsunami proof elementary in construction with equipment for scale.
Photo courtesy of the Ocosta Elementary Student Council - The new earthquake and tsunami proof elementary in construction with equipment for scale.

Whether we're prepared for it or not scientists have recently determined there is roughly a 37% chance of a major earthquake and accompanying tsunami occurring off the coast of the Pacific Northwest within the next five decades. How would this be possible one might ask? Well as it turns out the beauty of the Pacific Ocean is hiding a deep and dark secret right off the coastal shores.

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Body found in Elma yard; Elma man wanted

The Grays Harbor Sheriff's Office is trying to locate the owner of a home in rural Elma where a body was discovered Tuesday night. The incident is currently being investigated as a homicide. Sheriff Rick Scott has confirmed that the deceased male found near the residence was a 47-year-old Elma man. The name has not yet been released as next of kin has not been notified yet.

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Elusive John Latch finally caught in Pacific County

A man by the name of John Latch has caused quite a stir between the counties of Grays Harbor and Pacific. The man has lead local law enforcement on a chase that has lasted from Thursday, May 19 until Thursday, May 26 and measured from Aberdeen to Brooklyn. It all started on Thursday, May 19 at around 11am as Grays Harbor County Sheriff's Deputies were called to a residence of the Olympic Highway area in reference to a vehicle prowl.

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East Grays Harbor Relay for Life

Elma - On Friday May 20th, 15 teams and 174 participants raised $38,753.83 for the American Cancer Society.

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