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Boo!
Photo by Ezra McCampbell
Boo!

Ghosts invade the Riverdale neighborhood right before Halloween. Remember to watch out for trick-or-treaters this coming Monday.

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Another year, another scare fest
Courtesy Photo - Check out this year's Trunk or Treat at the Pacific County Fairground this Saturday.
Another year, another scare fest

It's a spooky season and there is another scary good time to be had at the Pacific County Fairgrounds. The Pacific County Harvest Festival is scheduled for Friday, October 28 from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. to Saturday, October 29 from 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Pacific County Fairgrounds.

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Early shopping extravaganza Nightmare Before Christmas in Grayland last weekend of Oct.
Courtesy Photo - Tokeland Artist Diane Maloney presents her latest creations for the holiday decorating season. Owner and designer of Pine Tree Crafts & More, she creates wonderful woven pine needle baskets and ornaments.
Early shopping extravaganza Nightmare Before Christmas in Grayland last weekend of Oct.

Getting into the swing of the season with a spook-tober shopping event Nightmare Before Christmas Shopping Extravaganza.

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More spooks!
Photo by Ezra McCampbell
More spooks!

This pirate den is located along SR 105 in North Cove. Better keep your eye peeled or you'll be walking the plank.

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Great ShakeOut Includes AHAB Siren Warning 10/20 at 10:20
Great ShakeOut Includes AHAB Siren Warning 10/20 at 10:20

At 10:20 a.m. on October 20, 2022, Pacific County will participate in the largest earthquake drill ever: ShakeOut! Earthquakes can happen anywhere, so everyone should know how to protect themselves when an earthquake occurs. Coastal earthquakes can be followed by tsunamis - which is why the Great Washington ShakeOut includes a tsunami drill.

Washington's network of All Hazard Alert Broadcast (AHAB) sirens will be tested around 10:20 a.m. on October 20 using the wailing sound of a tsunami warning, not the Westminster Chimes that are used during the monthly tests. PLEASE DO NOT CALL 911.

The wailing sound will be followed by this message in English and Spanish: "This is a test of the siren alert system. If you are in a low coastal area, test your evacuation route. If this had been a real emergency, you should follow evacuation routes, move to higher ground inland, now. Do not delay. Do not return until directed to do so. Tune into your local media sources for further instructions. This was only a test."

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Getting into the spooky season
Photo by Ezra McCampbell
Getting into the spooky season

The home on the corner of 1st and Ferry st. in South Bend is ready for Halloween. Let us know if you spot a house that is decorated for the holidays. Send the address to karenc@flannerypubs.com.

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Cusack seeks  State Rep Position 2 in 19th Dist.
Cara Cusack
Cusack seeks State Rep Position 2 in 19th Dist.

Democrat Cara Cusack of Chehalis is running for State Representative Position 2 in District 19. Cusack maintains that she is not a politician. "I am a business woman, a mom, a grandmother, a small farmer, a philanthropist and a proud American," she said.

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Gluesenkamp Perez fights for the working person
Marie Gluesenkamp Perez
Gluesenkamp Perez fights for the working person

Democrat Marie Gluesenkamp Perez of Washougal is running for United States Representative in District 3.

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Cranberry Harvest Festival this weekend
Cranberry Harvest Festival this weekend

The 29th Annual Cranberry Harvest Festival is heading our way on Saturday, October 8 and Sunday, October 9 at the Grayland Community Hall located at 2071 Cranberry Rd. in Grayland.


The Cranberry Harvest Breakfast is held only on Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. at the South Beach Christian Center located at 1360 State Hwy. 105 in Grayland. Cranberry Bog Tours is also a Saturday-only event.

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Election features several significant races
Election features several significant races

SOUTH BEND - There are three very important local races to be decided in this year's general election on November 8, including races for Pacific County Commissioner (Position 3), Public Utility District Commissioner in District 2, and Pacific County Sheriff.

The Pacific County Commissioner race pits incumbent Michael "Hawk" Runyon of Raymond against Jerry Doyle, also from Raymond. The PUD contest has incumbent Dick Anderson getting opposition from Michelle Layman. The county sheriff's race pits the current sheriff, Robin Souvenir of Bay Center, versus Daniel C. Garcia of Naselle. Garcia and Doyle were placed on the ballot after the primary when they each received at least 1% of the primary vote from write-in voters.

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