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Showing 9 articles from March 16, 2013.

WHH - Community

Breakfast Fundraiser for Doyle

There is an Easter Morning Pancake & Big Bacon Breakfast at New Life Fellowship March 31st from 9:30-10:30 a.m.

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Good Friday Service

 

Good Friday, when Christians commemorate the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, falls on March 29 this year.

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WHH - Education

Willapa Harbor Lions Club Raymond Student of the Month
abby maneman
Willapa Harbor Lions Club Raymond Student of the Month

 

Name: Abby Maneman

 

Place of Birth: Olympia, Wash.

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Willapa River Lions’ Club Ham Bingo

The Willapa River Lion’s Club is sponsoring the 13th Annual Ham Bingo this Friday at 6 p.m. in the cafeteria at Chauncey Davis Elementary.

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WHH - Obituaries

LaPriel J. Jones
LaPriel J. Jones
LaPriel J. Jones
LaPriel J. Jones passed away on Saturday, March 16th at home surrounded by her family.
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WHH - Letters to the Editor

Reader Calls PUD Commissioners Benefits, Pay Obscene

To the Editor:

 

Enjoying your high PUD #2, Electric bill?

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WHH - Sports

Lady Indians win at Naselle; boys third
Photo by George Kunke South Bend HS senior Emily Burbank clears a hurdle enroute to her winning effort in the 100-meter high hurdles. Burbank’s time was :18.81.
Lady Indians win at Naselle; boys third

 

NASELLE – The South Bend girls opened the track and field season with a win at the soaking-wet six-team Naselle Invitational last Thursday. The boys placed third of seven teams.

Sophomore Emily Sanchez and junior Kathryn Staats won two individual events each for the Lady Indians. Sanchez also anchored the winning 400 and 800-meter relay races. Sanchez crossed the finish line first in the 400 meters and won the long jump. Staats won the shot put and javelin.

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Raymond boys and girls finish second at own meets

The Raymond boys and girls finished second at their own invites to open the track and field season last Thursday at Seagull Track. Rayce Newman won three solo events for the Seagulls and Hannah Dykes won two individual events for the Lady Seagulls. Northwest Christian won both the boys and girls team titles.

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WHH - Photos + Videos

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Photo courtesy Willapa Players The Willapa Players play, “Opal’s Million Dollar Duck,” by John Patrick, continues to run at the Hannan Playhouse, 518 Eighth St. in Raymond. In one scene, Rosie (left, played by Tena Boggs) summons spirits and reads t
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