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Showing 17 articles from March 2, 2013.

WHH - Front Page

Hatfield speech on 2/3s majority amendment
Senator Brian Hatfield, D-Raymond, made the following speech in the Senate Ways & Means Committee in support of his proposed amendment to a proposal to amend the State Constitution to require a two-thirds majority vote by the Legislature to raise taxes:
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WHH - Community

Chairperson for festival needed

The 2013 Willapa Harbor Festival could be cancelled if a new chairperson is not found. Former chairperson Carole Halsan has resigned and she is looking for someone to take over the organization of the festival.

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Information needed for Lions Calendar

Having moved to Raymond in the last year, I have had to learn many things about a smaller community. As a 45 year Lions member it was a natural to get involved with the Willapa Harbor Lions. 

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Yoga for relaxation and health

Get ready for Yoga at the DSHS Building in South Bend with Certified Instructor Tina Jaffee.

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WHH - Education

Willapa Harbor Lions Club Student of the Month
Nathan Crawford, RHS
Willapa Harbor Lions Club Student of the Month

Nathan Crawford

Raymond HS

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EXTRAS

Next Steps for the Voter Approved, but Court Tossed 2/3 for Taxes Requirement

With (last Thursday's) long awaited ruling by the State Supreme Court striking down the five-time voter approved requirement first enacted in 1993 that tax increases receive a 2/3 vote of the legislature or voter approval, what happens next?

That depends on our lawmakers.              

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WHH - Letters to the Editor

Help to Fight Hair Loss in Cancer Victims

To the Editor:

My name is Mariah Jenkins and I am a senior at Raymond High School. For my

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Kiwanis Chili Cook-Off Benefits South Bend Scholarships

To the Editor:

On Friday, March 8 from 3 to 6 p.m., Willapa Harbor residents will
have the opportunity to pamper their taste buds with the first annual
Kiwanis of South Bend Scholarship Chili Cook-off.

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Politicians Continue to Play the Blame Game

To the Editor:

 

Sequester…an idea from President Obama, and passed by our congress in 2011. Yet, today almost all politicians are blaming each other. Our Number 1 blamer-in-chief is the President. Yet, he said in 2012 that he would veto any effort by congress to by-pass his sequester mandate.

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Protect our Daughters and Granddaugters and Their Unborn

 To the Editor:

Senate and House Bill SB5156 and companion Bill HB1257 makes Parental Notification a law for girls as young as 13 years of age before they can obtain an abortion.

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WHH - Law Enforcement

Blow: You’re on Candid Camera

Alcohol ignition interlocks

now include cameras

 

Alcohol ignition interlocks in Washington will soon have a feature designed to prevent others from performing breath tests for the driver. Starting January 1, 2013, a camera will snap a picture every time the machine is used, verifying that the driver is the person who took the test.

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WHH - Politics

Hatfield named to Ag Committee Chair

State Senator Brian Hatfield (D-Raymond) recently accepted a new chairmanship of the Senate Agriculture, Water and Rural Economic Development Committee.

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WHH - Photos + Videos

A special performance...
Russian-born accordion artist Alexander Sevastian played for a special audience Feb. 17, following his appearance for Sunday Afternoon Live at the Raymond Theatre. Sponsors for his SAL appearance inc
A special performance...
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Champs on the court!
Photo Courtesy of Roxanne Gerow The Little Vikes claimed first place at the Willapa Valley Fifth and Sixth Grade Basketball Tournament recently. In front are Carter Pearson (left) and Chad Flemetis. In the middle from left are Michael Naranjo, Luke Gerow,
Champs on the court!
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Crab Feed March 16
Join the Pacific County Democrats for the 88th Annual Crab Feed. The fun takes place Saturday March 16 at the Community Building in South Bend located at 916 W. 1st St. Festivities begin at 5 p.m. with mouth-wateri
Crab Feed March 16
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WHH - Harbor Happenings

Harbor Happenings

WEDNESDAY

Yoga at DSHS

Yoga meets Monday, Wednesday and Friday at the DSHS building in South Bend. Two types of Yoga are offered, including Chair Yoga (9:30-10:30 a.m.), Beginner Plus (10:45 am-noon) and Restorative Yoga is offered on Tuesdays from 10:30-11:30 a.m. (please call). Fee by donation. For more info call Tara Jaffe (934-5630).

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WCC - Pacific County

Construction Update & Travel Advisory

For the week through Friday, March 8

The following Washington State Department of Transportation construction and maintenance projects are expected to have some travel impacts within Pacific County. Motorists are encouraged to use caution when traveling in these areas and remember to " give 'em a brake " in construction zones.

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