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IHS freshman Blake Kukula wins State Golf Tourney
Aided by Ethan Bannister, Kukula’s 7-stroke win gives Ilwaco 2nd place team finish

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Pacific County home sales up 20%, prices up 15% in 1st quarter 2017

SEATTLE — Washington state’s housing market showed the continuing influence of high demand and tightening supply in the first three months of the year, according to the Runstad Center for Real Estate Studies at the University of...

National Poppy Day is May 26
Poppy Distribution
OP woman imprisoned for giving drug to child
An Ocean Park woman will spend more than a year in prison for drugging her own child.
Evacuation drills mandated in tsunami-prone areas

OLYMPIA — Gov. Jay Inslee signed legislation into law on May 4 requiring school safety drills across the state, including mandatory earthquake and evacuation drills for schools that are mapped in tsunami hazard zones.

“Critical...

Long Beach Police Blotter
LBPD Blotter 5/24
Dispatch Reports
Dispatch Reports 5/24
Willapa Brewing: ‘Hearty Ales for the Logger in All of Us’

RAYMOND — The north half of the county has always struggled to find a foothold when it comes to tapping into tourist traffic heading to the beach. Now, to add to a growing list of new businesses like Pitchwood and Elixir Cafe, a craft brewery...

Court Reports
Court Reports
Click It or Ticket seat belt enforcement aims to keep families alive
Click It or Ticket It Program
Plenty of pleasant weather in coming days

The main weather headline in the coming days will be much warmer and summer-like conditions, as a large ridge of high pressure becomes the dominant atmospheric circulation feature over the Northwest. Given the expected ridge placement near the coast,...

Former legislator appears to live outside school board district he serves
Former legislator appears to live outside school board district he serves

LONGVIEW — Former state Rep. JD Rossetti may be sidestepping the rules to keep his place on the Longview School Board.

The 35-year-old has refused to step down five times since he was accused last fall of abusing his wife and stepson.

NYC principal works to help at-risk youth prosper
NYC principal works to help at-risk youth prosper
NYC principal works to help at-risk youth prosper
Attorney: Wrong man is in prison for wounding law officer
Attorney: Wrong man is in prison for wounding law officer
A man convicted of shooting a Washington state trooper in 2010 is seeking a new trial, saying another man confessed and that the trooper deliberately misidentified him
Chef puts lid on delicious career
Chef puts lid on delicious career
Saturday, May 27, will mark the final day of operation for the Nanci & Jimella’s Café & Cocktails in Ocean Park concluding a culinary career that spanned more than 45 years, one that was as deeply personal and it was widely profound.
Ilwaco spins differing visions for forest
Ilwaco spins differing visions for forest

ILWACO — City leaders are moving forward with plans for a disc golf course north of Black Lake. But concerns about clearing roughly 50-foot-wide fairways in the forest could stymie progress.

Ilwaco’s volunteer Parks and Recreation...

Students raise funds for Shriners Hospital for Children; 
More than $4,000 donated to scoliosis treatment and tools
Students raise funds for Shriners Hospital for Children; More than $4,000 donated to scoliosis treatment and tools
More than $4000 donated to scoliosis treatment and tools
Getting our shots: County doing better than most
Vaccination rates are slowly improving in Washington, and Pacific County is doing well. However, with mumps making a rebound, health experts are urging Washington residents to do more to prevent the spread of disease.
Visitors bureau honors volunteer Judy Savoy
Visitors bureau honors volunteer Judy Savoy
LBPVB Volunteer of Month Savoy
Long Beach Police Blotter
LBPD Dispatch 5/17
Fuel coming back soon to One-Stop
Fuel coming back soon to One-Stop
Naselle Johnson One Stop Pumps to Reopen
Dispatch Reports
Dispatch Reports
NYC students chip in to help spring cleaning at Ilwaco Cemetery
NYC students chip in to help spring cleaning at Ilwaco Cemetery
Ilwaco Cemetery Cleanup
Brownlee, Johnson receive Willapa Friends scholarships
Brownlee, Johnson receive Willapa Friends scholarships
FWWR Awards Scholarships
Court Reports
Court Reports 5/17
Chinook School comes back to life
Chinook School comes back to life

Community celebrates Carlton Appelo’s 95th
Community celebrates Carlton Appelo’s 95th
Carlton Appelo Birthday
Welcome to the World: Kennedy Jade Clayton
Welcome to the World: Kennedy Jade Clayton
Baby - Kennedy Clayton
BNSF appeals coal terminal review
Officials with BNSF Railway say an environmental study miscalculated or overstated the risk of cancer for some people who live near a coal-export terminal proposed in Washington state
Former legislator appears to live outside school board district he serves
Former legislator appears to live outside school board district he serves

LONGVIEW — Former state Rep. JD Rossetti may be sidestepping the rules to keep his place on the Longview School Board.

The 35-year-old has refused to step down five times since he was accused last fall of abusing his wife and stepson.

Red, white and blue loyalty
Red, white and blue loyalty
Holiday celebrates small-town values, symbols

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Business

Willapa Brewing: ‘Hearty Ales for the Logger in All of Us’

RAYMOND — The north half of the county has always struggled to find a foothold when it comes to tapping into tourist traffic heading to the...

Fuel coming back soon to One-Stop
Naselle Johnson One Stop Pumps to Reopen
Heidi Wright named COO of EO Media Group

Coast Guard

Coast Guard basing two new $73 million cutters in Columbia estuary
The 154-foot Sentinel-class cutters replace the 1980s-era 110-foot Island-class patrol boats

Fishing & Aquaculture

Whale calf died after getting tangled in crab lines

CAPE DISAPPOINTMENT — An entangled gray whale calf died after being caught in crab pot lines, Olympia-based science group Cascadia Research...

Invasive green crab found in new Olympic Peninsula location

SEQUIM — A new population of invasive European green crab has been found at Dungeness Spit near Sequim, rekindling concern over the...

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IHS freshman Blake Kukula wins State Golf Tourney
Aided by Ethan Bannister, Kukula’s 7-stroke win gives Ilwaco 2nd place team finish
Kukula one stroke off the lead on day 1 of State golf tournament

Ilwaco’s Blake Kukula was one stroke off the lead at the end of play Tuesday at the 1B/2B boys State golf tournament. Kukula was tied for...

Plenty of pleasant weather in coming days
BNSF appeals coal terminal review
Amazing lightning storm strikes county, region

Local News

Racing for an answer: Annual triathlon raises funds, awareness for Peninsula homeless outreach programs
Annual triathlon raises funds, awareness for Peninsula homeless outreach programs
Circus brings both fun, controversy to Long Beach

LONG BEACH — As big tops across America become bygone curiosities, some still relish the nostalgia of circuses, while others are rooting...

Pacific County home sales up 20%, prices up 15% in 1st quarter 2017
Evacuation drills mandated in tsunami-prone areas
Plenty of pleasant weather in coming days

Naselle-Grays River

Fuel coming back soon to One-Stop
Naselle Johnson One Stop Pumps to Reopen
Community celebrates Carlton Appelo’s 95th
Carlton Appelo Birthday
Students display artistic talents
Ida Elina wows audience in Rosburg

News of Record

OP woman imprisoned for giving drug to child
An Ocean Park woman will spend more than a year in prison for drugging her own child.
Long Beach Police Blotter
LBPD Blotter 5/24
Dispatch Reports
Court Reports
Click It or Ticket seat belt enforcement aims to keep families alive

Northwest

People News

National Poppy Day is May 26
Poppy Distribution
Visitors bureau honors volunteer Judy Savoy
LBPVB Volunteer of Month Savoy
NYC students chip in to help spring cleaning at Ilwaco Cemetery
Community celebrates Carlton Appelo’s 95th
Welcome to the World: Kennedy Jade Clayton

Schools

Evacuation drills mandated in tsunami-prone areas

OLYMPIA — Gov. Jay Inslee signed legislation into law on May 4 requiring school safety drills across the state, including mandatory...

Students raise funds for Shriners Hospital for Children; More than $4,000 donated to scoliosis treatment and tools
More than $4000 donated to scoliosis treatment and tools
Brownlee, Johnson receive Willapa Friends scholarships
Students display artistic talents