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Most-wanted fugitive arrested near Raymond

- A woman wnated for kidnapping was arrested near Raymond on Monday.

Home intrusions rattle nerves

- An unidentified man entered two Seaview houses while residents were at home. He may have tried to break into as many as three other homes on the same night.

Deadly deer disease arrives in SW Washington

- A deadly deer virus has made its first appearance in Washington. Wildlife managers are asking citizens to help track and prevent the spread of the disease.

Hot rods roar: End-of-summer car party mostly safe, successful

- It was a rainy rod run, but with the exception of a couple incidents, the event was still safe and successful.

Speeding log truck wrecks, driver cited

- A log-truck rollover closed SR4 for hours on Monday evening, after logs spilled all over the road and knocked out a power pole.

Attempted-murder fugitives snapped up in South Bend

- Two Southwest Washington men were arrested in South Bend on September 5, in connection with the attempted murder of a 17-year-old Kelso boy.

Fires spark statewide emergency declaration

- With firefighting resources stretched near to the breaking point, the Governor has declared a statewide fire emergency. Local fire danger is high, and fire officials are urging locals to be vigilant about fire prevention.

Elk hoof rot spreading; bacteria ID’d as cause

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WASHINGTON — After spending its formative years in the Southwest Washington woods, elk hoof-rot is moving to the Puget Sound area.

Over the last couple of years, researchers have made strides in understandi...

Dropping cell phone in outhouse leads to pungent predicament

- Rangers were called to the scene when a phone-loving woman found herself in deep doo-doo.

Watch for tides, heavy traffic and eye damage on eclipse day

- It's time to start planning for potential eclipse-related hazards.

Dropping cell phone in outhouse leads to pungent predicament

- Rangers were called to the scene when a phone-loving woman found herself in deep doo-doo.

Oller swim program corrects course

- Verna Oller's fortune has been providing local swimming opportunities for a year now, and they've proven very popular.

Naselle noir: How tellers helped nab elusive bank bandits

- In 1983, the Naselle Bank of the Pacific was hit with the first of two bizarre armed robberies. Local deputies solved the case after even the FBI had given up.

Plan now for safe eclipse watching

- You're going to need to buy eclipse glasses before supplies run out, and not just any old pair will do!

New owners buy go-cart biz

- Local businessman Glenn Trusty fulfills lifelong dream

Naselle bank robber still at large

- Investigators are still trying to solve the first major bank crime since the "Pepper Spray Bandit" hit Long beach a decade ago.

Governor walks Willapa tidelands, learns about burrowing shrimp

- Governor Jay Inslee addressed a variety of local topics while meeting with Pacific County citizens on Tuesday.

State budget failure hits county

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OLYMPIA — Pacific Conservation District Manager Mike Nordin has worked two weeks without pay this month. He had a hunch the money he needs to keep his staff on the job might get bogged down in Olympia. And it turn...

On the move? Use a legit firm

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PENINSULA — Moves and remodels are stressful and expensive, so the temptation to hire cheap, unlicensed movers and contractors can be overwhelming. But experts have some straightforward advice about using unqualif...