Despite freezing temperatures on Jan. 4, Seattle Seahawks DJ SupaSam and former Sea Gals, Jessica and Gelly, made a stop at Raymond City Hall. The Seahawks organized the "12 Flag Tour," in order for fans to meet Seahawks personalities, as well as get an opportunity to take pictures with the actual 12th Man Flag the players carry on to the field with them on gameday. The group arrived in a Seahawks-themed Toyota Tundra and were met by cheers from a gathered crowd of local Hawks fans. Even in the bitter cold the crowd was impressive, with roughly 60 people in attendance. The Raymond stop was just one of many on the four day tour that began in Renton and ended in Long Beach.
SOUTH BEND - Alan E. Zakel, 28, of South Bend was sentenced to 1 year and 10 months in prison for taking a motor vehicle without permission. The action took place in Pacific County Superior Court Friday afternoon.
SOUTH BEND - Superior Court Judge Christopher Wickham summarily dismissed James O'Hagan's lawsuit against Pacific County Prosecutor Mark McClain. O'Hagan claimed McClain's use of O'Hagan's booking photo alerting staff to the potentially dangerous O'Hagan constituted defamation. The action took place last Wednesday.
The Willapa Harbor Hospital Administration Board of Directors met on Monday, Jan. 9, for a special meeting pertaining to their tax rates in relation to the newly added Timberland Library tax district, which effectively takes seven cents per $1000 that the hospital would normally receive.
Freemasons from Raymond are revealing some of their secrets this month.
A display of memorabilia from a recently opened time capsule has been set up in the Raymond Timberland Library at 507 Duryea Street. It will be available for public viewing through January.