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Homes and livestock evacuated, Lewis County suffers from large forest fire
Photo Courtesy of U.S. Forest Service - The Goat Rocks Fire has grown to 1,600 acres and is threatening neighborhoods around Packwood in Lewis County.
Homes and livestock evacuated, Lewis County suffers from large forest fire

Lewis County has their first forest fire in many years in East Lewis County near Packwood. At press time, the fire was only 2 miles from the city. If there was any doubt in your mind that the fires were impacting Lewis County, all you needed to do was step outside to see all the smoke in the air.

On Friday, September 9, 2022, Fire Chief Lonnie Goble from Lewis County Fire District 10 requested that Washington State Patrol Chief John Batiste mobilize state firefighting resources at 9:15 a.m. The area of Goat Rocks was evacuated with a Level 3 Go Now and the City of Packwood remained on Level 2, be ready to evacuate.

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Richard Roth to show artwork during ARTrails
Richard Roth with his beautiful work displayed at his studio in Winlock - Grand Prairie Designs. This piece is hand carved and will be available during ARTrails.
Richard Roth to show artwork during ARTrails

This year marks the 20th Anniversary of ARTrails, a group of local artists who showcase their work and their art studios. Richard Roth, Grand Prairie Design, has been a part of ARTrails since the inception. Richard is the 3rd generation living on his family farm and showing his work for all to enjoy.

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Shooting in Lebam leaves one man dead
Photo by Ezra McCampbell - The Pacific County Sheriff's office took custody of the suspect after questioning at the Raymond Police Station.
Shooting in Lebam leaves one man dead

LEBAM - The town of Lebam was in shock when a man was shot dead Saturday night at approximately 5:30 in the front yard at a residence located in the 2400 block of State Route 6. Arrested was Gabriel A. Delgado, 32, of Raymond. The shooting was precipitated when an altercation started between Delgado and his older brother, Andrew Delgado, 36, of Raymond, who was shot in the head and killed in the front yard of a home.

According to Pacific County Dispatch, a 911 call came in at 5:33 from the victim's wife, Danielle Messer, saying, "my husband was shot by his brother." Two minutes later a sibling called and said, the "brother was shot in the head by his brother; they were fighting."

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