The Pacific County PUD #2 Commissioners heard critical input from several members of the public at their Feb. 21 meeting in Long Beach. Most notable among them was Dick Sheldon, a Nahcotta resident who accused PUD officials of using a controversial proposed project to extend power service to Tokeland in order to cover up past mistakes and miscalculations. PUD officials had no immediate response to the allegations made by Sheldon.
The Pacific County Republicans held their regular monthly meeting in South Bend last Thursday, March 2, where they discussed upcom
The Pacific County Republicans held their regular monthly meeting in South Bend last Thursday, March 2, where they discussed upcoming events and state and county GOP strategy moving forward.
For those who haven't stopped in recently, the Willapa Bay Public Market in Raymond has seen significant changes since the current team of operators took over last April from retired long-time market head Carol Dunsmoor.
The South Bend City Council voted unanimously at their Feb. 27 meeting to table for the time being the Fliess Creek Source Redevelopment Project due to a lack of available grant funding. Mayor Julie Struck put the anticipated overall cost for the project, which is intended ensure water is available for local sea food processors, at $2.3 million.
Just off of State Highway 6 in Raymond live Jim and Desir'ee Wildhaber. The couple founded their own business, Wild1s, last November, and it's one that epitomizes the old saying, "One man's trash is another man's treasure." The husband-and-wife team call themselves "professional foragers."