Mayor Bradshaw seemed to be in a lot of trouble this past week, first he lied on the record not once but twice. He denied the existence of a letter on city letterhead and the use of city resources for a project. Then, Lewis County Public Health and Social Services sent him a violation for illegally dumping dirt at the end of Jones Road without a permit. That's not the worst part, the dirt slid down the hill and fell into a fish bearing stream which means the Department of Ecology is now involved.
The first festival of the year is here, Vader May Day is this Saturday, May 4 and the theme couldn't be better. This year, the Vader May Day Committee decided on the theme "May The Fourth Be With You." They have quite the program of events this year, head to Vader to celebrate the beginning of festivals in Lewis County.
It's that time of year again where the Winolequa Garden Club puts on their annual plant and bake sale.
Growers Outlet in South Bend was busted twice in 2018 for selling to a minor and allowing a minor to frequent a restricted area. Two separate sting operations were conducted by the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Control Board (WSLCB).
During both stings a minor was able to gain access and complete a purchase. One of the workers who sold to a minor is now facing a felonious charge and possible prison time.
The Raymond School District came under criticism during a school board meeting on Thursday, April 25 when several parents attended to voice their concerns about how the district was handling threats made by a student.
Series of threats
According to Superintendent Dr. Steve Holland, a 6th-grade student had made a series of threats towards a 1st-grade student. The first incident was reported to a staff member but the district never became aware of the threat.
An SUV crashed into a school bus on SR 6 just passed Cases Pond on the morning of Friday, April 26. The westbound lane was blocked for around two hours while the Washington State Patrol investigated the scene. Only minor injuries were reported as a result of the accident. The Raymond Fire and Police Departments along with a officer from the Washington State Department of Natural Resources responded to the scene. The Washington State Patrol lead the investigation due to it being on a state route and involving a commercial vehicle.
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