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Showing 15 articles from March 23, 2013.

WHH - Front Page

‘Annie Oakley’ course offers firearm safety and self-defense training for area women
By VIVIAN EDERSHEIM
Rainsqualls soaked paper targets until they deteriorated during a March 16 “Annie Oakley” firearms training class at the Willapa Harbor Gun Range. But wet targets didn’t dampen interest in firing practice by the seven women in attendance, several of which were crack shots.
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WHH - Community

Holy Week Services
First Lutheran Church and Saint John Episcopal Church will be holding services
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WHH - Education

“New York, New York”
Recently, members of the Willapa Valley Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) took a once-in-a- lifetime trip to New York City.
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Willapa Harbor Lions Club Student Of the Month
Willapa Harbor Lions Club Student Of the Month

Place of Birth: South Bend, Wash.
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WHH - Letters to the Editor

Pot Growing Plant Will Cause Cannabis Virus to Spread

To the Editor:

I am writing as one of many citizens opposed to the development of a public building by public-funded Port of Willapa Harbor for the purpose of growing Marijuana.

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Support Our Wonderful Community Theater!

To the Editor:

I (recently) saw the opening night of Opal’s Million Dollar Duck by the Willapa Players and it a great production.

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Wrestlers Deserve More Recognition

To the Editor:

I am writing this at a tribute to our unsung heroes – the young men, one young woman, and their dedicated coaches (Preston Crow, John Enslow, and Lewis Villabos) – of our Willapa Harbor Wrestling Team.

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WHH - Local News

Gun club accepting students for class
Area women interested in signing up for future ‘Annie Oakley’ classes should contact
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Marthaller completes basic training
Lucas S. Marthaller
Marthaller completes basic training
Air Force Airman Lucas S. Marthaller graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.
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WHH - Sports

Lady Indians win home meet
Photo by George Kunke Raymond HS senior Courtney Hagain captured first place in the 3200 meters with a time of 13:44.20 and was second in the 1600 at 6:41 at last Thursday’s meet at Millam Field in South Bend.
Lady Indians win home meet
By GEORGE KUNKE
South Bend slipped past Raymond at a five-team track and field meet at rainy, windy, chilly Millam Field last Thursday before a crowd of about 250. The Lady Indians won with 106 points followed by Raymond’s output of 94, third-place Ocosta (74), Wishkah Valley (25) and Mary M. Knight (18).
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Seagulls fly past foes at South Bend
Photo by George Kunke Raymond HS senior Carte Bisbee won the long jump with a mark of 17 feet, 10 ½ inches and was fourth in the triple jump at 39 feet, 2 inches.
Seagulls fly past foes at South Bend
By GEORGE KUNKE
Raymond ran away with the five-team track and field boys’ competition at cold, windy and wet Millam field in South Bend last Thursday. The Seagulls scored 138 points followed by 2. Wishkah Valley (81), 3. South Bend (62), 4. Ocosta (22) and 4. Mary M. Knight (22).
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Vikings finish strong second at North Beach
By GEORGE KUNKE
The Willapa Valley boys finished second at a five-team meet at North Beach last Thursday that was won by Northwest Christian. The Navigators scored 121 points compared to 115 for the Vikings. The host Hyaks scored 70 points, followed by Taholah (23) and North River (12).
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WVHS Winter Sports Awards

Willapa Valley HS conducted its Winter Sports Awards Banquet last Tuesday night (March 12). Below are the award recipients for boys and girls basketball.
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WHH - Politics

Senator Murray's Statement on the Passing of Booth Gardner
 
"I am deeply saddened today by the passing of Booth Gardner. Booth was a leader of tremendous compassion, dignity, and bravery whose service to our state will live on far into the future. He was generous in sharing his wisdom and his time, and I will never forget the lessons he taught me when I was just beginning my political career in Olympia many years ago.
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WHH - Fire, EMTs, Coast Guard

Driver killed in rollover
39 year old man killed
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