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There’s a lot of free-floating anxiety out there it seems. People talk about how tired they are, how restless, or how sleep cycles are off. Admittedly, there’s noise, confusion, mixed messages about everything from politics to the pandemic — and it impacts all of us to some degree.

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CATHLAMET — Two additional covid-19 cases were confirmed Nov. 25 in Wahkiakum County, bringing the total to 22 since the start of the pandemic.

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There’s a lot of free-floating anxiety out there it seems. People talk about how tired they are, how restless, or how sleep cycles are off. Admittedly, there’s noise, confusion, mixed messages…

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LONG BEACH — Hundreds of hot meals were handed during a free drive-thru community soup feed hosted by The Chowder Stop in Long Beach last week.

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SOUTH BEND — Last Monday morning, Pacific County had reported just 159 cases of covid-19 in the first 35 weeks since the virus had been declared a national emergency in the United States. That…

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On Nov. 16 at 8 a.m., a door was found badly damaged after an attempted break-in at a Long Beach business.

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SOUTH BEND — After a rocky docket on Nov. 13 due to covid-19, the Pacific County Superior Court picked back up on Nov. 20, where several cases were settled and the courtroom got back into a grove.

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SOUTH BEND — Daniel Schenk, the Ocean Park Elementary teacher arrested on child pornography charges last month, pleaded not guilty at his arraignment last Friday, Nov. 20, in Pacific County Su…

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According to the first Washington State Food Security Survey, 30% of Washington households have experienced food insecurity since the implementation of Gov. Jay Inslee’s Stay Home, Stay Health…

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Agricultural products exported from Washington rose in late summer, joining some other sectors of the economy in surpassing expectations and improving the fiscal outlook for state government.

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South Pacific District Court as well as Ilwaco and Municipal Court hearings held at 7013 Sandridge Road. If you have questions, call 360-642-9417. The following cases were scheduled for action…

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LONG BEACH — City councilors approved a 1% property tax increase for 2021 at a regular Long Beach City Council meeting on Nov. 16, in what ended up being a closely divided vote.

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PACIFIC COUNTY — The first potent storm of the fall season slammed the Southwest Washington coast over the weekend, bringing heavy rainfall and strong winds.

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SOUTH BEND — An additional 26 confirmed cases of covid-19 were reported in Pacific County on Nov. 16, as case counts continue to soar locally.

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ILWACO — The North Head Lighthouse complex at Cape Disappointment State Park is set for even more work this year as a top-to-bottom restoration continues at one of the state’s most-popular tou…

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SOUTH BEND — A covid-19 exposure inside the Pacific County Prosecutor’s Office that came to light the day of court had prosecutorial and defense staff scrambling to make court happen. See rela…

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On Nov. 14 at 8 a.m., it was discovered that a coffee shop in Long Beach had been burglarized, with camera wires cut.

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SEATTLE — Taylor Eileen Sheldon, a senior from Ocean Park, has been named to the Dean’s List at the University of Washington for Spring 2020 Quarter.

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LONG BEACH — Fifty-five houses were for sale in South Pacific County in October, a decline of 52.6% compared to a year earlier, according to the Northwest Multiple Listing Service.

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SOUTH BEND — The Pacific County Prosecutor’s Office was informed around 8:15 a.m. on Nov. 13 of a covid-19 exposure, which resulted in the prosecutors’ office staff having to quarantine. The q…

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La Nina tightened its cold grip on the Pacific Ocean in the past month, leading federal forecasters to predict the first strong La Nina in a decade.

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ASTORIA — The Coast Guard would like to make the public aware of dangerous conditions expected to occur offshore and along the coastal Pacific Northwest this weekend, starting as early as Friday.