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Showing 8 articles from March 9, 2013.

WHH - Community

Volunteers needed at Seaport museum

Interested in he Civil War, seaport logging history, ship's silver, lighthouses, or maybe pirates? The Willapa Seaport Museum is looking for a few good volunteers to be on deck once a week for a four-hour watch from noon until 4 p.m.

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The Cutting Edge of Mowing

It's that time of year when many home lawns in our coastal area are looking pretty tough. Most have not been mowed for several months and our cool, wet, dark winter days have been ideal for moss invasion.

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The Final Journey

This month we remember death, and celebrate rebirth. Palm Sunday, Good Friday, Easter, and Passover are observed with our family and loved ones. While thinking of this holiday, Hospice came to mind.

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WHH - Obituaries

Elva Elle Christensen

Elva Elle Christensen (Mom, Elvie, Nana & Little Muffin), of Brier, Wash. passed away surrounded by her own family on February 23rd, 2013, at the age of 75.

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WHH - Sports

Spring sports opens Thursday; RHS hosts meet

By GEORGE KUNKE

Spring sports go full throttle this week with golf and all three track and field teams opening the season Thursday. The linksters hit the road to Lacey for a match hosted by Northwest Christian. Raymond hosts a track meet where Willapa Valley will also attend, and South Bend ventures to Naselle and then heads to Rainier Saturday.

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WHH - Law Enforcement

Local law enforcement participate in training to address underage drinking

Law enforcement from around Pacific County recently participated in a training called, Controlled Party Dispersal/Source Investigation, presented by national trainer, RJ Elrick from the Underage Drinking Enforcement Training Center (UDETC).

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WHH - Humor

Bronn & Katherine at Theatre March 24

By ANN MERGENS

 

We tend to think of a harpist as a delicate 5’2” attired in flowing chiffon. At 6’2”,  Bronn Journey isn’t your typical harpist. He has been called the Victor Borge of the harp and takes a  humorous approach to an instrument most people think of as a  seriously classical one. Katherine, his lovely wife of the glorious voice, has often been compared to Sarah Brightman. Together they put on delightful performance.

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WCC - Pacific County

Construction Update & Travel Advisory

 

For the week through Friday, March 15

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.

CONSTRUCTION: US 101 - Bone River Bridge Replacement (mileposts 41.70 to 45.

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