By SCOT PEARSON
SOUTH BEND - The Willapa Harbor Chamber of Commerce along with the Pacific County Economic Development Council held a I-502 Informational Forum on March 31, which drew close to 100 citizens of Pacific County to hear questions about the marijuana industry.
Raymond resident Jeremy S. Graham, 35, entered a guilty plea to second degree escape, possession of methamphetamine, and possession of stolen property. The action took place in Pacific County Superior Court Friday afternoon.
Seven Willapa Valley members attended the Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Washington state leadership conference in Wenatchee to compete in Students Taking Action with Recognition events (STAR) recently.
Teacher and author Maria Luchsinger returned to Raymond Elementary School last Thursday for a writer's workshops for grades 3 to 6, and to read her Sammy the Centipede series books to the Kindergarten through second grade children.
The Pacific County Emergency Management Agency (PCEMA) is offering a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) course in Long Beach. Training is scheduled as follows:
On Wednesday March 11, Teen Advocacy Coalition (TAC) hosted a training opportunity for north Pacific County teens through the Miss Washington Scholarship Program.
Home is where your heart is. Home is where you hang your hat...and any other clichés you can think of.
It's that time of year again. The pesky mosquitoes are beginning to show up already.
The Northwest Carriage Museum Barn Raising takes place Saturday, April 25th
The Harbor Association of Volunteers for Animals (HAVA) in cooperation with the NW Spay and Neuter Center in Tacoma is sponsoring a Spay-neuter clinic for HAVA members and residents of Pacific County and Southern Grays Harbor County.
Willapa Harbor defeated North Beach in golf 202 to 216 April 3 at Ocean Shores Golf Course. Willapa Valley's Nicholas Betrozoff won medalist honoes with a round of 38, which was only two shots over par.
The Willapa Harbor Chamber of Commerce meets once a month on the second Monday of every month at noon at the Willapa Harbor Community Center, located at First and Alder Streets, in South Bend. Chamber members, business owners and civic groups are urged to attend these meetings and contribute to the growing economy of the Willapa Harbor area.
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