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WHH - Front Page

88th Annual Crab Feed Saturday

By GEORGE KUNKE

The 88th Annual Democratic Crab Feed takes place this Saturday at the Willapa Harbor Community Center in South Bend. True, it’s not an election year, but several dignitaries will be there to offer their points of view on the status of local, state and national politics.

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Abundant runs of Columbia River chinook, Puget Sound pink and coho salmon projected

Fishing prospects look bright this year for chinook in Washington’s ocean waters and the Columbia River, according to preseason salmon forecasts released today at a public meeting in Olympia.

Opportunities for anglers also look good in Puget Sound, where coho and pink salmon runs are expected to be strong this year.

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Gun rights activist, Herrera Beutler to speak at Lincoln Day Dinner
Gun rights activist, Herrera Beutler to speak at Lincoln Day Dinner

This year’s gathering of Pacific County Republicans at their annual Lincoln Day Dinner will have a 2nd Amendment focus. Prominent gun rights activist Alan Gottlieb will be the featured speaker. The Lincoln Dinner will be held in South Bend on Saturday, March 23, at the Willapa Harbor Community Center at First and Alder streets. 

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Hamilton new festival director
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Hamilton new festival director

By GEORGE KUNKE

The Willapa Harbor Festival will continue for at least another summer with the acquisition of Doug Hamilton as the new director.

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New bridge over Bone River taking shape

HIGHWAY 101 – Crews building a wider, safer crossing on US 101 at Bone River reached a major milestone last Friday when they set eight girders on the new bridge. The girders measure between 90 and 140 feet long and weigh up to 72 tons. They form the backbone of the new bridge, which is being built to withstand coastal flooding and a 1,000-year earthquake event.

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PUD lambasted for inflated wage increases, price gauging

Questions Abound over Wrecked Man-lift

 

By GEORGE KUNKE

A handful of local residents voiced their complaints to the P.U.D. No. 2 hierarchy at last Tuesday’s (March 5) afternoon bi-monthly board meeting before a crowd of 15 in attendance. Some issues brought up to PUD Commissioners Mike Swanson, Diana Thompson and Ron Hatfield, General Manager Doug Miller, and attorney Jim Finlay included price gauging, high salaries and wrecked equipment.

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winning chil
Photo by George Kunke South Bend School District cooks Debbie Williams (left) and Julie Dokter took first place from about 130 chili taste testers at the South Bend Kiwanis Chili Cook-off last Friday at Chauncey Davis Elementary. South bend Superintendent
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WHH - Miscellaneous News

Gas prices continue to rise

 

Average retail gasoline prices in Washington have risen 2.9 cents per gallon in

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WHH - Harbor Happenings

Harbor Happenings
Harbor Happenings

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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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