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IRS Phone Scam: Did the IRS just call me? Am I under investigation?
IRS Phone Scam: Did the IRS just call me? Am I under investigation?

Lately, scammers have been swamping cell phones with calls. One claims to be from the IRS and that you are under investigation for tax fraud. It is a recorded message, but if you listen until the end you might get a real person.

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Annual Weyerhaeuser potluck this Saturday
John McEwen, 32 years at Weyerhaeuser
Annual Weyerhaeuser potluck this Saturday

The annual Weyerhaeuser picnic/potluck is October 2 starting at 10:30 a.m. at the Cowlitz Prairie Grange. Please bring your favorite dish for the potluck at noon.

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Lions Club hosts Punkin Chunkin Oct. 2
Kelly Schey\'s son Dade and niece Miette with pumpkin slingshot.
Lions Club hosts Punkin Chunkin Oct. 2

Vader is ushering in October with Punkin Chunkin on October 2 starting at 11:00 a.m. They will have games, treats and other activities for you to enjoy. The event will be held at McMurphy park which recently received grant money that Kelly Schey worked tirelessly for the citizens of Vader.

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Haslam stepping down as prosecutor
Pacific County Prosecutor Ben Haslam
Haslam stepping down as prosecutor

Pacific County Prosecutor Ben Haslam has decided to resign from his position. Haslam, who took over as prosecutor in August of last year after Mark McClain stepped down, gave his resignation to the county commissioners September 17.

Haslam, who was hired as the deputy prosecutor in 2018, is mainly retiring for personal reasons and to spend more time with his family.

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Raymond City Council New housing development in Raymond in the future
Raymond City Council New housing development in Raymond in the future

A new housing development is in the beginning stages of development as Owner of Willapa Bay Properties Rex Angelovich receives permission from the City of Raymond Council to purchase the old reservoir property above Elm Street.

Willapa Bay Properties has already purchased 152 lots in the area above Elm Street, but then discovered a hiccup.

"We are currently working on putting together a development project," Angelovich said during a Raymond City Council Meeting. "There is a city-owned property right in the middle of our development; that was an old reservoir."

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September 29, 2021 Willapa Harbor Herald and Pacific County Press
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September 29, 2021 Lewis County News
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