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Storm water causes South Bend Schools to close for a day
By Karen S. Carter Last week’s storms caused a few issues throughout the Pacific Northwest, but one of the most unique problems was suffered by South Bend Schools. Superintendent Jon Tienhaara ended up closing the schools on Tuesday, January 7 due to excessive storm water in the South Bend sewer systems. “There was so much storm water in the city sewer system that we couldn’t flush toilets,” said Tienhaara. “It would be a little difficult having close to 700 people on campus and not being able to use all of our toilets. So it is the first time I’ve had to cancel school since the toilet couldn’t flush. It is just one of those things. The perfect combination of storm water, rain and tides. It just didn’t let it happen.” This was after Tienhaara along with Wyatt Kuiken, Shane Green, Doug Sands, Jordan Johnson, Buba Madrid, Al Ashley, and the South Bend City Crew spent Monday evening fighting invading storm water near the CTE building. They cleared drains, run pums, and set sand bags. A close eye was kept on the elementary building and the gym in case of flooding. This time the flooding was not as bad a five years ago when the flood waters came into the buildings of the South Bend school. “Fortunately it didn’t get anywhere Photo by Jon Tienhaara close to what it was in 2015,” said TienMonday evening, January 6, Wyatt Kuiken, Shane Green, Doug Sands, Jordan Johnson, Bubba haara. “In 2015 we had water coming up Madrid, Al Ashley, and the South Bend City Crew helped clean the drains and fought the water at the through the floors and through the walls. South Bend School CTE building.
Layman earns scholarship of a lifetime
Photo Courtesy Hallee Layman Willapa Valley HS senior Hallee Layman will attend the University of Hawai'i at Manoá on a four-year track and field scholarship.
By GEORGE KUNKE MENLO – Willapa Valley HS senior Hallee Layman is living a dream. Layman
recently signed a National Letter of Intent to attend the University of Hawai’i at Manoá on a track and field
scholarship. Layman's scholarship covers her full tuition, books and fees for the next four years. “Depending on how well I do during my senior season, and once I get to U of H, I can earn more (money) on top of that,” Layman said. For many, just a vacation to Hawaii would be a dream come true. “I chose University of Hawai'i at Manoá because of all the offers I received, they made me feel the most at home,” Layman told the Herald. “All the athletes and coaches that I met made me feel welcome, and ultimately I knew that wherever I chose would be my home for the next four years. In addition, it felt like a once in a lifetime opportunity to be able to live in paradise for four years. “The campus is absolutely beautiful and they also have a tremendous amount of other competitive sports programs that I will be able to watch
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Gardner’s 33 too much for Vikings; Patrick, Miller excelling By GEORGE KUNKE, firstname.lastname@example.org Raymond's sophomore star, Kyra Gardner, put on another dazzling show with 33 points, 18 rebounds, 7 steals and 2 blocked shots to surge the Lady Seagulls to a 52-31 victory over arch rival Willapa Valley in a Pacific League encounter Saturday night at Seagull gym. Gardner, who was a Class 2B WIAA Athlete of the Week selection the previous week, threw up 31 shots and knocked down 13 for 42 percent, and she was 6 of 13 from downtown. “She really had to work to get her points,” WVHS head coach John Peterson told the Herald. “She's a really fine player. She's a very talented young lady. She makes everybody better.” The lady Vikings led 10-9 after the first quarter. “We were down two at the half (20-18) and trailed 27-25 with two minutes to go in the third quarter and we committed four turnovers and then they're up 12. My kids really battled,” Peterson said. “We tried to slow the game down. The game was at our tempo in the first half. Our rule is, just keep playing.” “Give credit to Willapa Valley in the first half as they were a step or two quicker
than us in the first half,” RHS head coach Jason Koski told the Herald Saturday night. “In the second half we chose to play a little harder on the defensive end than we did in the first half, allowing some easy transition baskets.” Raymond outscored the Vikes 32-13 in the second half. Raymond's Hannah Miller (3 pts), who is playing well in several facets of the game, had a tough night shooting the ball (0 for 11), but she still tore down a dozen rebounds and made 3 steals, and teammate Ana Silva tallied 7 rebounds and 3 steals. “Hannah Miller rebounded well on the offensive end grabbing nine offensive rebounds for a total of 12 on the night,” Koski noted. Kate Adkins paced Valley in scoring with 13 points, 8 boards and 4 steals and Cami Swartz grabbed 10 caroms and blocked 2 shots, despite coming off the flu. Britney Patrick (7 pts) was 1 for 12 shooting. Raymond was at 25 percent shooting on 20 for 80 and 8 for 37 (22%) from 3-point range. The Vikings hit 22 percent of 10 of 45. “We were lucky to get some transition buckets because shooting 8 for 37 from
the three-point is a disaster,” Koski said. “Hopefully, those shooting threes will take this game as a wakeup call and get some extra shooting in.” Izzy Silvernail was 1 for 14 and Silva was 1 for 8 from downtown. Willapa Valley slipped to 7-5 in all games and 6-4 in the league. “We're still in the top four in our league,” Peterson said. “Being in the top four will get you a home game at district. It's a long season.” Willapa Valley committed 20 turnovers and RHS had 15. “You can't turn the ball over, and we did it at crucial times,” Peterson said. Raymond outrebounded WVHS 49-40. Valley was playing without two of its top seven players in Lanissa Amacher and Brooklyn Patrick, who were out with influenza, and two others, Lauryn McGough (neck injury) and Laney Swartz (illness), and others were playing after just coming off of the flu. The Vikings played two quarters of junior varsity players because of the illnesses and injury. With the win, RHS (11-1, 9-1) stays a game behind first-place Ilwaco (11-1, 10-0). Chief Leschi (8-4, 7-3) is in third place. The See gardner Page A2
There is nothing we can do to prevent that. But we can try to slow it down.” “There’s not a whole heck of a lot you can do because some of which impacts the flooding is the way to deal with the water,” continued Tienhaara. “And a lot of that depends on the city infrastructure. I know that the city has done a really good job trying to keep the lines free of debris and things like that and that really helped. So there is not much we can do as a school to prevent flooding. We’ve purchased a few things that might delay water getting into buildings. They are essentially different types of sandbagging we can use.” The Facility Director Wyatt Kuiken keeps watch during storms to make sure that the school buildings are safe. “He’ll come in at all hours of the night checking on things,” said Tienhaara. “It’s really nice. Hopefully if it [flood water] does get close, he will be able to sound the alarm and we’ll be able to start trying to prevent it [water in the buildings].” “I continue to be impressed with the people, the city crew, our crew here at the district, Al Ashely and his crew,” continued Tienhaara. “All of those guys came together and were there as long as they needed to be to help with the situation. It is just nice living in a community where people like that are willing to help. I very much appreciate their help and I just can’t say enough about those guys.”
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Timberland Libraries get rid of overdue fines By Karen S. Carter In an attempt to remove barriers to library access and to increase usage of the facilities the Timberland Regional Library has announced that there will be no more overdue fines. On December 18, 2019 the TRL Board of Trustees voted to remove the overdue fines for their patrons. So effective January 1, 2020, that library book that is due back on Friday, will not incur a fee when you turn it in next Tuesday. “This is wonderful news for the residents of our library district and lives up to the values in our 2020 Strategic Direction which was created in collaboration with library patrons across the five counties that we serve,” said TRL District Manager of Innovation and User Experience Sarah Ogden. “As a publicly-funded library district we set our first value as access for all with a focus on equity, diversity, and inclusion. This means taking into account socio-economic disparity in order to remove barriers.” “We are finding that in the first couple of weeks people are bringing materials back at a greater rate,” said Larson. “As soon as we made the announcement that we were fine free, we got an influx of materials that weren’t getting returned because they had late fines. It's going to benefit the district overall and it's going to benefit our patrons because more materials are going to be accessible.” Why no more overdue fines According to research done by TRL the overdue fines that patrons accumulate tend to discourage library usage. The fines create a
financial burden on some of the patrons, while others find the fines act as an emotional barrier. “This is something that we have been researching for over a year,” said TRL Public Relations and Creative Services Coordinator Michelle Larson. “ We’ve had a team that has been researching this movement [no overdue fees] that has been going across the country. For us the biggest issue was removing barriers to access because we want people that have had their access suspended to be able to come back. We don’t want those financial barriers for people who no longer come to the library because they can’t afford to pay.” “So we wanted to make sure to remove that barrier and get people to come back into the library, and this was the best way to do it,” said Larson. “Our board members were fabulous and unanimously voted this in. It is a very exciting thing for us.” Comments collected by TRL from patrons gave clues that people worry about being judged for being unable to pay the overdue fines immediately. So many people avoid the fines by avoiding the library. This fosters a situation where people do not take advantage of the material resources as well as the digital services offered by TRL. The hope is that the elimination of the overdue fines will bring people back to the library. “So far we’ve seen an increase in check outs with some people who were limited on how many things they were going to check out,” said Raymond Timberland Library Manager Emily Popovich. “So when they [patons] have been informed
that there are no more late fees, they say ‘well I’ll just get a couple more.’” “The other thing is that a lot of people, once they get to where they have overdue fines and stuff, feel guilty and embarrassed and so they just avoid the library and avoid dealing with it,” said Popovich. “So we’ve gotten more people who bring the stuff back because there are no repercussions - no fees. That is how it affects us: our stuff comes back.” “I think most of our people, even with the fines and such, were more like they couldn't get back to the library on time,” continued Popovich. “Some people have one chapter to go, so they intentionally keep it those few extra days to get finished with something, knowing they will still be paying the fine.” Now you can finish that last chapter without having to pay for it. The financial effects on TRL Turns out that the overdue fines collected by TRL only result in 1% of their overall revenue. As a result, it costs the library more in wages to collect the overdue fines than what they make in revenues. “The amount of funds that were being raised [by overdue fees] was in the neighborhood of $265,000 a year,” explained Larson. “It costs so much more in staff time and processing, than the income it brings in.” So basically the benefit to the patrons to make it fine free for overdue materials outweighs the 1% revenue loss to the library. What will Incur a fine Patrons still need to return materials by the due date, See tRL Page B2
Wednesday January 15, 2020
Willapa Harbor Herald
Willapa Valley Vikings rout Raymond Seagulls 74-55 By GEORGE KUNKE Willapa Valley charged out to a fast start behind the solid play of Logan Walker, Chad Flemetis and Carter Pearson during a 74-55 victory over arch rival Raymond Friday night at Tenoski Gym in Menlo. “We played as a team, focused on making our teammates better and we seemed to make that extra pass tonight, which led to a team season-high in assists with 20,” WVHS head coach Jay Pearson told the Herald. “We matched up against a really tough opponent this
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Vikings visit the Warriors Tuesday. Leschi beat the Vikes 57-46 Dec. 21. Willapa hosted Northwest Christian (2-10) last night and travels to North Beach (2-9) Friday. Raymond played at Ocosta (0-12) last night, and hosts Chief Leschi Friday and North Beach Monday. Vikings 60, Pe Ill 33 Willapa Valley started out slow with only a 7-6 first quarter lead before tearing away from visiting Pe Ell Thursday night. Britney Patrick turned in a stellar game with 23 points, 7 rebounds and 2 blocks. Patrick sank 10 of 14 shots. “We played really, really well,” Peterson told the Herald. “Britney was fabulous. I was very pleased with Britney, she was outstanding.” The Vikings (7-5) shot 47 percent from the field on 21 of 45. Adkins added 15 points and Brooklyn Patrick handed off 8 assists and Olivia Betrozoff netted 7 points. “Olivia played well, she gets in the open court pretty good,” Peterson said. Cameron Swartz was out sick all week with influenza and Brooklyn Patrick and Amacher didn't play much because they were still hit by the flu bug, too.
evening,” RHS head coach Derek Rask told the Herald. “Their length and size was just too much for us. I thought we had a solid plan going in, but they executed well. I'm proud of our kids and how they hustled tonight. They have a ton of heart.” Chad Flemetis (19 pts) attacked the basket very well tonight,” Coach Pearson said. “Chad had been playing well these past weeks and seems to be making great decisions of when to shoot or dish the ball off to his teammates. “Carter Pearson played a whale of a ball game for
us tonight,” Coach Pearson said. “He came out and hit his first two 3-point baskets and got our motor running early, which contained the whole night. “Perhaps who had the best game of the night for us was Logan Walker,” Coach Pearson said. “A lot a people get hung up in scoring and stats, however, what makes a player or a leader is how you make your teammates better and what are you willing to sacrifice for your team. Tonight we asked Logan to spend a lot of time and energy on making things difficult for (Tre') Sey-
del and to deny him the ball for most of the night. When Logan left the game, Seydel had 15 points, which is pretty darn good job by Logan, as Seydel is a player and is always moving to score. Logan also led our team in assists with eight, led us in rebounds with nine and scored 18 points as well...pretty solid.” Seydel still led all scorers with 24 points and scored a double-double with 10 rebounds. “Despite Willapa Valley's size and length, I thought Tre' Seydel was very comfortable offensively on the floor and
Pe Ell fell to 5-6 overall. RHS 50, Lady Indians 14 Raymond laid the leather on host South Bend 50-14 Thursday night. Gardner put up a triple-double with 27 points, 12 rebounds and 10 steals. And also blocked 3 shots. Miller notched 10 points, 7 rebounds and 4 steals. The Gulls had only 7 turnovers. The score was 37-2 at halftime. Reece Williams led SBHS with 6 rebounds, 4 pts and 2 blocks. Ilwaco 56, WVHS 39 Ilwaco slammed Willapa Valley 56-39 last Monday (Jan. 6) on its home harwood. Adkins scored 18 points and Britney Patrick netted 12 for Valley. “We did fine”, Peterson told the Herald. “They're a good team. We played really hard.” The Lady Fishermen mounted a 44-21 lead after three quarters. Willapa shot 26 percent (12 of 47) from the floor and only 18 percent (4 of 22) from 3-point land. Valley threw the ball away 23 times. “We didn't shoot the ball particularly well,” Peterson said. “The third quarter hurt us; they hit four threes, and
we were 1 for 11. It would be real easy to phone it in, but my girls don't do that. The senior captains did a good job and we did some good things.” Amacher collected 7 rebounds and blocked 2 shots for the Vikings. Amacher started in place of Swartz, who was out with the flu. “Lanissa did a good job,” Peterson said. “It was really tough with players sick, and having to play Ilwaco, Pe Ell and Raymond,” Peterson added. “I told the kids to stay positive and to be good teammates, and they did that. They played really hard.” Ilwaco's record went to 9-1 overall and the Vikes dipped to 6-5. RHS 54, Navs 21 Gardner pumped in 32 points and recorded a doubledouble with 10 steals to ignite Raymond past Northwest Christian 54-21 last Monday (Jan. 6) at Lacey. Gardner also had 6 rebounds, 5 assists and 3 blocks. Miller contributed 10 points, 5 rebounds and 3 assists. “After a sluggish start getting off the bus, we were able to find our rhythm in transition in the second half,” Coach Koski told the Herald. “Hannah Miller ran the floor well and converted some lay-
ins off of passes from Kyra. (It was a) much better effort level in the second half defensively, limiting Northwest Christian to only three field goals as a team.” The Seagulls committed only 7 turnovers. Lady Indians 33, Ocosta 31 After falling behind 14-7 at halftime, South Bend put it together in the second half to keep Ocosta winless with a 33-31 victory at Koplitz Field House last Monday (Jan. 6). Zai Medina led South bend with 13 points and Williams had 6 rebounds, 6 pts and 4 blocks. The Tribe had only 6 turnovers. Lady Indians 33, NC 22 Alise Rohr popped in 16 points and pulled down 10 rebounds and Elli Capps added 11 pts and 4 steals to carry South Bend past NW Christian 33-22 Thursday night at Koplitz. Williams pulled down 8 boards. The Tribe fought off 32 turnovers. The Indians (5-7 and 5-5) entertained North Beach last night, and travel to Ilwaco Friday and Life Christian (2-8) Tuesday.
he was not bothered by their defense,” Rask added. “They had a defender following him closely throughout most of the game. Tre' handled the added pressure well, and he was still able to shoot and score effectively for us. He was very efficient, going 10 of 19 from the field. He scored 19 of his 24 points while Willapa Valley had starters on the floor.” Adrian Quintana-Silva pumped in 15 points and Joseph Villalpando handed out 7 assists for the Seagulls. “Adrian Quintana-Silva was also extremely efficient,
going 6 of 8 from the field,” Rask noted. “He was 3 of 4 from the 3-point line. Joseph Villalpando played a nice game for us defensively.” Valley shot 52 percent (29 of 56) from the field and was 8 of 19 from downtown. Both teams committed 9 turnovers. Willapa Valley improved to 9-3 overall and 8-2 in the Pacific League while Raymond dropped to 3-8 and 3-6. The Vikings got a visit from Northwest Christian See vikings Page B2
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Good Sports of the Week
Britney Patrick, WVHS
Hannah Miller, RHS
“Britney is one of our captains. She is a 4.0 perfect student. She is a a tremendous, tremendous athlete. She is good at whatever she does. She is scoring at 11 points per game and plays a good floor game. She is our best on-ball defender. She has a long reach, is quick and jumps well. Britney has been in our program for four years and it’s fortunate for us that she is; she has done a wonderful job. She is a great, great person.”
“Hannah is a three-year starter at post for us. Hannah has evolved into the ‘voice’ of our team and has given us a strong presence in rebounding and defending other teams’ post players. She has shown her unselfishness to our team by being willing to learn how to step outside the post and play on the wing if needed to on the offensive end. Her understanding of our basketball system has really been a welcome blessing as a coach. As a coaching staff, we are excited to have her for another season.” Jason Koski Head Basketball Coach Raymond HS
John Peterson Head Basketball Coach Willapa Valley HS
Reece Williams, SBHS
“Reece has continued to get better each game at post. She comes to practice each day with a determination to get better each day. As a younger player without much varsity experience. She’s learning quickly what it takes to succeed.”
Randy Carlson Head Basketball Coach South Bend HS
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To the Editor, How is it that Raymond gas prices are the highest on the West Coast? As of January 9, 2020 other area gas prices are listed as: Olympia: $2.78 Montesano: $3.25 Aberdeen: $3.04 Raymond: $3.59
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As a Raymond Para Educator, I find it rewarding to work with students of the Raymond School District. I encourage all Raymond voters to join me in voting “YES” to support the Raymond School District “Enrichment Levy.” The Enrichment Levy will not make your taxes go up. Under the current levy passed by taxpayers in 2016, residents approved a levy rate of $4.18/$1,000 of assessed property value. Under the new levy, the tax rate will be approximately $2.37/$1,000 assessed property value. It is necessary to continue our community’s support of our schools and programs. This levy provides funding for school activities, music, additional support staff, health/nutrition, vocational/extended learning and building maintenance. These items are some, but not all, of the many crucial parts that make up our rewarding local school system. This levy is the only locally approved ballot measure that enables our school district to bridge the gap be-
tween what Washington State pays for and what it actually costs for educational and operational needs. Renewal of this levy is very important to our school district. Ballots will be mailed out January 2th and ballots are to be postmarked by or on February 11th. Please join me in voting “yes” for the Raymond Schools District Enrichment Levey and continue all of the amazing things that our local district
implements to provide an environment of success for all of our local youth. We all benefit when our school system provides our students with all the necessary components of a well-rounded education! Marcy Olsen-Walden President of the Raymond School District Classified Union Para-Educator at the Raymond School District
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JOB POSTING for Deputy Clerk: The City of Vader is now hiring for a Deputy Clerk, part-time at 28 hours per week. The position does not provide healthcare but does offer vacation, holiday and sick leave. For more information please go to the city website at www.vaderwa.org. Applications are also available upon request via email at deputyclerk@centurylink. Doyle, Patrick Edwards, net or by Enslow, calling 360-295Columbus 3222. Flemetis, Chase
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Sarah Grajales, Avery JOB POSTING Harland, Myranda for Heckard, Allyson Clerk/Treasurer: Hjembo, Bailey Houk,is now The City of Vader hiring for a full-time Lindsay Hunt, Megan Clerk/ Treasurer. TheJordan, position offers Johnson, Jack medical/dental coverage, Mary Grace Karlsvik, retirement and paid vacation, Thomas holiday Lagergren, and sick leave. For Stan Lapinoja, Guadamore information please go lupe Leon, to the city Anatereza website at www. Leonluna, PaolaApplications Loza, vaderwa.org. are alsoMorris, available upon reTrisheal Britquest via email at deputyney Patrick, Erin Pickar, email@example.com or by Daisy Rojas, Brian Sida, callingSierrafigueroa, 360-295-3222. Angel Brenda Smith, Brooke Spoor, TinaLevel Sypaphay, Entry & Lateral Lisa Trudell, Makenna Police Officer Eligibility Williams and Hannah Register The City of South Bend Wirkkala.
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The following individuals were booked into Pacific Zane P. Lucht - Third County Jail for the charges degree theft listed: 12/6/19 12/4/19 Jose M. Delgado Merino Stephen W. Charneski Possession of controlled subJr. - Community custody stance with no perscription violation felony, possession of drugs Jason P. Woods - Being Naomi R. Schuyler - Vioheld for other agency lated P-T conditions or other order 12/5/19 Angilee M. Cogdill - Drug 12/8/19 court violation Jeffrey A. Woodman Warrant failure to comply Andrew J. Dura - DUI, felony, community custody third degree assault violation
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Guy Priest passed away in the hospital on January 3 after battling a combination of health issues. Guy was born December 10, 1938 to Grant & Hazel Priest in Aberdeen, Washington. He graduated from Willapa Valley High School in 1957. After finishing university at Washington State University and the University Guy Ulysses Priest of New Mexico, he joined the Peace Corps where he started 4-H agricultural clubs in some of the longhouses of Malaysia. While in Malaysia, Guy met his future wife June. They were married on August 13, 1967 in Tacoma, Washington. Guy and June lived in Tacoma, Washington from 1967 to 1970. They lived in Taipei, Taiwan from 1970-1975, then moved back to the family farm in Nalpee where Guy has lived since. Guy taught elementary school in Tacoma, at Taipei American School in Taiwan and at Raymond Elementary School. Guy was an active member of St. John’s Episcopal Church; then Lebam Wesleyan Church where he was a board member and then served as pastor; and finally New Beginnings Wesleyan Church in Raymond. He was a very social person and was active in many community activities and organizations over the years. These included 4H, Habitat for Humanity, the Menlo Fair, and various square dance clubs. He also participated in many service trips domestically and internationally. Guy is survived by his Aunt Shirley Hettiger and his two sons Gerald and Greg Priest and their families. A Celebration of Life service was held on January 11, 2020 at the Lebam Community Church at 11a.m. At Guy’s written request, there was “lots of music and rejoicing. What a joy to go home to the Lord!! If you have chosen to follow the Lord God, I will look forward to meeting you in heaven. Rather than a lot of expensive arrangements or flowers, please donate the money to some charitable cause in my name.” Arrangements were in care of Stoller’s Mortuary in Raymond, Washington. You may visit www.StollersMortuary.com to leave condolences for the family.
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Charles Wayne Caldwell of Montesano passed away Monday, December 23, 2019. Micah Delmar Evensen (age 13) passed away Thursday, January 2, 2020 at his Aberdeen home. Michelle N. Hale (age 67), a Raymond resident, died Sunday, January 5, 2020 at the Willapa Harbor Hospital in South Bend. Services will be held at a later date. Constance Patricia Michael (age 92) passed away Saturday, January 4, 2020 at her Grayland home.
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Close to the park, schools, and public boat launch. These lots could be a great building site. Nice location. Corner lot.
1.3 acres, close to downtown. House sits at the top of the hill, with beautiful sweeping territorial views and a peekaboo river view from the yard. New ductless minisplit a/c and heating, new laminate floors through out, new tiled bathroom and shower, new counter tops, new dual pane windows and sliding glass door. Exterior of the home offers new siding, front porch with railings, and roof. Mature fruit trees and lots of garden space. Offers city water and septic.
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Beautifully remodeled 2 bedroom 1& 3/4 bath home in Eklund Park.At the rear of the home a wrap around deck takes full advantage of the winter river views. Summer views offers lush privacy while you will enjoy territorial & city views from the front of the home. The over sized landing on the second floor can be used as a bonus room or home office space. Home is well appointed with lots of natural light & the large master bed rm has vaulted ceilings with unique window placement. come take a look!
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Get ready to be wowed! You will love this move in ready 3 bedroom, one and 3/4 bath newly renovated home with laminate flooring throughout. New paint and fixtures! Spacious, open concept floor plan with lots of natural light and tons of storage. 2 car detached garage /shop plus off street parking. Storage shed, green house, dog house and partially fenced yard make this package complete. Close to all town activities. Come take a look..
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Charming two bedroom bungalow in the Riverview area of Raymond. Offering a 50 x 120 ft. residential lot with a single detached garage with shop on bottom side. Great first time home or rental.
MLS #: 1504977
Perched atop Alta Vista hill is where you will find yourself in this charming two bedroom home in meticulous condition. Situated on a large corner lot with street and alley access. Enjoy beautiful views from all the windows in the home. Fruit trees, fresh paint inside and out. This is a gem. Don’t let it get away. MLS#1500926
Situated on a corner lot in the Riverdale area of Raymond. Offering three bedrooms, and two bonus rooms. Great floor plan with lots of space new flooring, and paint. Ductless heat pump, detached garage. Great private back yard..
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and support,” Layman added. “The U of H men’s volleyball team is actually ranked first going into the season this year. I will be minutes away from the beach, and loads of great restaurants. So, I definitely will not ever be bored.” Layman, who holds several school records, will compete in the shot put, discus, hammer and weight throw. “I will be competing in both the indoor and outdoor seasons,” Layman added. “During indoors. I will compete in the weight throw and the shot put. During outdoors, I will compete in the hammer, discus, and the shot put.” “My goals for this year are 50 feet in the shot, 165 in the discus, and 170 in the hammer,” Layman said. Layman received other offers but decided on taking an adventure to Hawaii. “I received offers from other schools, but the ones I considered the most were those from Eastern Washington University and Grand Canyon University in Phoenix Arizona, all Division I colleges,” Layman said. Layman plans to become a physical therapist. “I intend on majoring in
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Exercise Science to earn my Bachelor's (Degree), then attending an accredited PT School on the mainland to become a physical therapist,” Layman said. Besides track and field, Layman was a star volleyball player for the Vikings. Last month she competed at the Senior All-State Coaches Volleyball Match at Burlington. “It was quite the honor to get to play one last time with the best of the best,” Layman said. Layman was also one of Willapa Valley's top basketball players, but chose to devote her time to track and field this winter. “It was a really tough decision deciding not to play basketball this year, considering how much I love my teammates and playing under Coach (John) Peterson,” Layman said. “But in the end, the opportunity to be able to train full time was more important to me and my goals. Additionally, the risk of injury was just too high, especially considering I have broken both of my wrists playing basketball in the past three years.” Hallee is the daughter of Michelle and Heath Layman.
(10-2, 8-2) last night, entertained North Beach (2-10, 2-8) Saturday and visit Chief Leschi (6-6, 4-6) Tuesday. Raymond heads to Ocosta (6-5, 6-4) tonight, hosts Chief Leschi Friday and takes on Pe Ell (4-8, 3-7) Tuesday at Seagull gym. WVHS 52, Pe Ell 33 Walker turned in another complete game with 16 points, 11 rebounds and 3 blocks to help provide a 52-33 defeat of Pe Ell on the road last tuesday (Jan. 7). Tyler Adkins added 13 points. “We were chasing the ball, getting out of position on defense and Pe Ell was able to make the extra pass for an easy basket,” Coach Pearson told the Herald. “I’ll give Pe Ell
credit, I thought they played harder than us, maybe wanted it a little more than us and for sure, they were more physical than us for most of the game. However, in the second half we played our game on defense, kept them in front of us, only gave them one shot a possession with a hand in their face, got the rebound and held them to five and seven points respectively for the third and fourth quarter. “Tyler is always a solid defender for us and tonight it was good to see Tyler get back on track in the scoring area, as it seemed that he was in a little funk for scoring since the Adna game,” Coach Pearson said. “This will be something we will need Tyler to do for us down the stretch and in
district play.” Flemetis, Allen Deniston and Pearson all scored 8 points. RHS 57, Indians 41 Seydel attacked the basket for 30 points to catapult Raymond to a 57-41 triumph over South Bend last Tuesday (Jan. 7) at Koplitz Field House. “I thought our kids put together a solid game tonight,” Coach Rask told the Herald. “Our second quarter effort could have been better, but overall I was pleased this evening. Our kids did a nice job of staying disciplined throughout, and sticking to our game plan. We really looked forward to this rivalry game, and I thought our kids just did a nice job of competing for the entire game. Tre' Seydel
(7 assists) had a great night offensively scoring 30 points. He also hauled in 12 rebounds to finish with another double double. McCartney Maden also had a solid game on both ends of the floor scoring 13 points and recording six steals. McCartney and Joseph Villalpando both played great individual defense tonight.” South Bend is 1-11 on the season. Individual Scoring Raymond: Maden 13, Seydel 30, Quintana-Silva 7, Villalpando 4, Phimmasone 2, Crawford 1. South Bend: Johnson 12, Orozco 4, Estle 10, Ashley 8, Anderson 2, Wirkkala 1, Reidinger 4. Note: Individual scoring is compliments of Coach Rask.
considered late, but are considered lost. “What happens if a book is overdue by that amount of time is that it is considered lost in our system, and so the person would be billed for the book as lost, said Popovich. “If that happens and it is just because you have kept it out for that long, once you turn it in again then that fee is gone. If it is damaged then you will be charged for it. And if you really did lose it. then you will have to pay for it.” According to the new fine schedule, if your fees accumulate to more than $10 than your borrowing privileges will be suspended until the materials are returned or the fines are paid. Currently old overdue fines
are listed on library accounts, but TRL is working with the software vendor to remove those fines, which they are hoping will be finished by the end of January. This process takes time since the vendor has to look through all the accounts to sort through lost items and overdue fines. Larson explained that there is a quicker way to clean up those old overdue fines, “If somebody has overdue fines they can go to their library, talk to a library staff member, and they [the staff] will be able to go into the system to remove the fines there. If you have things that would normally be considered lost because it is passed that 28 days range then take the items into the library, talk to a staff member, and
they will get that taken care of right there at the desk.” If you have more questions, any of the TRL staff will be happy to answer them.
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which is typically three weeks, so access to those materials are not limited. Due date reminders will still be sent out. “The reminders took a little while to get them updated at the first of the year,” explained Larson. “So on the first and second people were still getting things saying that you have this overdue fee. There was a conflict of messaging, but we got that updated through our vendor. Now it just reminds them [patrons] to help the next person in line to get the materials to get them in on time.” Even though TRL is no longer charging for overdue books, they will still impose a fee on lost and damaged items. Overdue materials by more than 28 days are not
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Trust/Mortgage. III. The default(s) for which this foreclosure is made is/are as follows: Failure to pay when due the following amounts which are now in arrears: $26,976.13. IV. The sum owing on the obligation secured by the Deed of Trust is: The principal sum of $142,384.54, together with interest as provided in the Note from 5/1/2018 on, and such other costs and fees as are provided by statute. V. The abovedescribed real property will be sold to satisfy the expense of sale and the obligation secured by the Deed of Trust as provided by statute. Said sale will be made without warranty, expressed or implied, regarding title, possession or encumbrances on 2/14/2020. The defaults referred to in Paragraph III must be cured by 2/3/2020 (11 days before the sale date), or by other date as permitted in the Note or Deed of Trust, to cause a discontinuance of the sale. The sale will be discontinued and terminated if at any time before 2/3/2020 (11 days before the sale), or by other date as permitted in the Note or Deed of Trust, the default as set forth in Paragraph III is cured and the Trustee’s fees and costs are paid. Payment must be in cash or with cashiers or certified checks from a State or federally chartered bank. The sale may be terminated any time after the 2/3/2020 (11 days before the sale date) and before the sale, by the Borrower or Grantor or the holder of any recorded junior lien or encumbrance by paying the principal and interest, plus costs, fees and advances, if any, made pursuant to the terms of the obligation and/or Deed of Trust, and curing all other defaults. VI. A written Notice of Default was transmitted by the Beneficiary or Trustee to the Borrower(s) and Grantor(s) by both first class and certified mail, proof of which is in the possession of the Trustee; and the Borrower and Grantor were personally served, if applicable, with said written Notice of Default or the written Notice of Default was posted in a conspicuous place on the real property described in Paragraph I above, and the Trustee has possession of proof of such service or posting. The list of recipients of the Notice of Default is listed within the Notice of Foreclosure provided to the Borrower(s) and Grantor(s). These requirements were completed as of 8/14/2019. VII. The Trustee whose name and address are set forth below will provide in writing to anyone requesting it, a statement of all costs and fees due at any time prior to the sale. VIII. The effect of the sale will be to deprive the Grantor and all those who hold by, through or under the Grantor of all their interest in the abovedescribed property. IX. Anyone having any objections to this sale on any grounds whatsoever will be afforded an opportunity to be heard as to those objections if they bring a lawsuit to restrain the sale pursuant to RCW 61.24.130. Failure to bring such a lawsuit may result in a waiver of any proper grounds for invalidating the Trustee’s sale. X. NOTICE TO OCCUPANTS OR TENANTS – The purchaser
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at the Trustee’s Sale is entitled to possession of the property on the 20th day following the sale, as against the Grantor under the deed of trust (the owner) and anyone having an interest junior to the deed of trust, including occupants who are not tenants. After the 20th day following the sale the purchaser has the right to evict occupants who are not tenants by summary proceedings under Chapter 59.12 RCW. For tenant-occupied property, the purchaser shall provide a tenant with written notice in accordance with RCW 61.24.060. THIS NOTICE IS THE FINAL STEP BEFORE THE FORECLOSURE SALE OF YOUR HOME. You have only 20 DAYS from the recording date of this notice to pursue mediation. DO NOT DELAY. CONTACT A HOUSING COUNSELOR OR AN ATTORNEY LICENSED IN WASHINGTON NOW to assess your situation and refer you to mediation if you are eligible and it may help you save your home. See below for safe sources of help. SEEKING ASSISTANCE Housing counselors and legal assistance may be available at little or no cost to you. If you would like assistance in determining your rights and opportunities to keep your house, you may contact the following: The statewide foreclosure hotline for assistance and referral to housing counselors recommended by the Housing Finance Commission: Toll-free: 1-877-894-HOME (1-877-8944663) or Web site: http://www.dfi.wa.gov/consumers/ homeownership/post_purchase_counselors_foreclosure.htm The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: Toll-free: 1-800-569-4287 or National Web Site: http://portal.hud.gov/hudportal/HUD or for Local counseling agencies in Washington: http://www.hud.gov/ offices/hsg/sfh/hcc/fc/index.cfm?webListAction=search&s earchstate=WA&filterSvc=dfc The statewide civil legal aid hotline for assistance and referrals to other housing counselors and attorneys: Telephone: 1-800-606-4819 or Web site: http://nwjustice.org/what-clear Additional information provided by the Trustee: If you have previously been discharged through bankruptcy, you may have been released of personal liability for this loan in which case this letter is intended to exercise the noteholders rights against the real property only. The Trustee’s Sale Number is WA19-858423-SW. Dated: 10/4/2019 Quality Loan Service Corp. of Washington, as Trustee By: Javier Olguin, Assistant Secretary Trustee’s Address: Quality Loan Service Corp. of Washington 108 1 st Ave South, Suite 202, Seattle, WA 98104 For questions call toll-free: (866) 925-0241 Trustee Sale Number: WA-19-858423-SW Sale Line: 800-280-2832 or Login to: http://wa.qualityloan.com IDSPub #0157317 1/15/2020 2/5/2020 Publish: January 15 and February 5, 2020
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Storm Water causes South Bend Schools to close for a day Layman earns scholarship of a lifetime Timberland Libraries get rid of overdue fine...