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Showing 7 articles from April 7, 2014.

WHH - Front Page

Knight uses training to help clients heal faster, better
Photo by Vivian Edersheim Kailyn Knight provides massage therapy at Brighton Rehabilitation in Raymond.
Knight uses training to help clients heal faster, better


Massage therapy is more than a quick fix for sore muscles, according to Kailyn Knight, a licensed massage practitioner (LMP).

Massage therapy is a great avenue for learning about the healing arts, alternative health care, maintenance and preventative health care,” she says.

Mitchell, Hunter arraigned; more meth cases heard


SOUTH BEND – Mandy Mitchell, 35, Raymond, and Jeffrey Lynn Hunter, 52, Grayland were arraigned in Pacific County Superior Court Friday on several charges. The two were arrested last week after allegedly trying to rob items from the property belonging to Rob Friese in Lebam.

No DNA match found for skull


No DNA match has been found yet in the case of the portion of a human skull that was found by a crab fisherman.

PUD gets a visit from WVHS students

The agenda for the April 1, Pacific County Public Utility Commissioners meeting was fairly straightforward. Commissioners took time to highlight service awards for eight employees

Recreational Marijuana's next steps

In a press release dispatched April 2, the Washington State Liquor Control Board (WSLCB) has approved staff recommendations to move forward with a retail marijuana lottery that will start recreational marijuana sales in the state.


WHH - Education

Raymond Registration and Screenings

Kindergarten and preschool registration for 2014-2015 will be held on April 24 from 5-7:30 pm and April 25 from 8:30-11 am and noon-2 pm. Please bring a copy of your child's immunization record and state certified birth certificate.


WHH - Sports

Seagulls claim another Tri-District Title
Photo by Scot Pearson The Raymond boys finished one, two, three in the 300-meter hurdles. Senior Hunter Borden was first folowed by Terry Broten and Jayce Freeman.
Seagulls claim another Tri-District Title

Konigsberger wins 4 events


SOUTH BEND – Raymond won another Tri-District meet against Willapa Valley and South Bend to retain its hold on the Henrie-Weisel Tri-District traveling trophy. The trophy is titled so in memory of venerable coaching icons Jim Henrie of Raymond and Willapa Valley, and Don Weisel of South Bend. It marks the third straight tri-meet win for the Seagulls under Mike Tully.


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