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Facebook training offered to Pacific County business community

The Willapa Harbor Chamber of Commerce will offer Facebook training to area businesses in partnership with the Long Beach Visitor’s Bureau. The 90-minute workshop will be offered Monday, May 12, immediately following the monthly Chamber of Commerce meeting, about 1 p.m. at the Chamber Building in South Bend. This class will be taught by Long Beach Visitor’s Bureau Marketing Communications Coordinator, Robyn Schneider. Attendees are encouraged to bring their laptops and smartphones if available.

A hard sell to convince Montesano residents to favor proposed hospital district

MONTESANO — Brady residents Mick and Samdra Jones say they don’t understand why Grays Harbor Community Hospital wants a hospital district with boundaries stretching from their home in East County out to the beaches. It could add a couple hundred dollars to their tax bill — even though they don’t use the hospital and prefer to use neighboring Summit Pacific Medical Center in Elma or drive to Olympia.

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Support for a POW

Robby Robinson of Elma was part of a group that included the Montesano VFW chapter and the Montesano chapter of Rolling Thunder on the overpass at Devonshire Road on Highway 12 Friday for a demonstration of support for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl. Members from the group were on the overpass Friday and Saturday. Bergdahl, a 28-year-old Army sergeant who grew up in southern Idaho, is believed to be in the Taliban-influenced area of Pakistan or Afghanistan and has been a captive for nearly five years.