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Showing 18 articles from April 6, 2013.

WHH - Front Page

April 2013, Financial Responsibility Month?

 

To the Editor:

 

Our President declared April 2013, financial responsibility month, an April fool’s

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WHH - Community

Free Care Givers Resource Event April 20
Are you caring for a loved one, perhaps a spouse, parent, relative, or friend? Are you at your wits end trying to find in-home care, respite care, and skilled medical care?
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HAVA’s Tea Party Saturday

 

Join HAVA for its Fourth Annual Tea Party this Saturday at the Willapa Harbor Chamber of Commerce Building located at the corner of the First and Alder in South Bend.

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WHH - Education

Clements on Honor Roll
Brandon Scott Johansen graduated from Western Washington University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science with an emphasis in Marine Ecology. Brandon is the son of Tracy and Tom Curtis.
Clements on Honor Roll

Payton Clements has been named to the Dean's List Honor Roll for Winter Quarter, 2013, at Eastern Washington University in Cheney.

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Pam Drake offering Introduction to Nourishing Traditions
Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, Pam Drake, is offering her “Introduction to Nourishing Traditions” class Friday, April 12. 
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Raymond Preschool and Kindergarten Registration
Kindergarten and preschool registration for 2013-2014 will be held April 25 from 5-7:30 p.m. and April 26 from 8:30-11 a.m. and from noon-2 p.m.
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Scholarships Available
The South Bend Kiwanis Club, Inc. is asking for applications from college students
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Willapa Harbor Lions Club Student of the Month
Willapa Harbor Lions Club Student of the Month

Name: Sophie Lee

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EXTRAS

Alzheimer’s can be Deadly

The sixth leading cause of death in America. The only one of the top ten causes of death that can’t be prevented or cured.

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Care for the Caregiver

Are you caring for a loved one, perhaps a spouse, parent, relative, or friend?  Being a caregiver is intense. Care giving can be one of the most rewarding experiences you will ever have, and the most exhausting. This month I will share some resources that can support your efforts.

There are about 66 million family caregivers in the United States today.

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Expensive Plants in Poor Soil is a Bad Investment
No amount of money invested in garden plants can make up for poor soil.  No matter how you cut it, expensive plants in poor soil is a bad investment.  Unfortunately, this seems to be a fairly common problem in our coastal area.
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One-Stop Tax Collection Makes Sense

Regulations are like bricks. One brick doesn’t weigh that much, but as you add more bricks, the load gets heavier and heavier until eventually it becomes a crushing burden that slows progress to a crawl.

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WEA union attacks six reform-minded senators for trying to improve schools
By LIV FINNE
Executives at the Washington Education Association union (WEA) recently fired off a hard-hitting flyer leveled against six education reform leaders of both parties in the state Senate. The hit piece is directed against Democrats Rodney Tom of Bellevue and Steve Hobbs of Lake
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WHH - Letters to the Editor

American Legion Extends Gratitude

To the Editor:

 

The American Legion Raymond Post 150 sponsored annual Easter Egg Hunt proved once again to be a huge success, thanks in part to all who donated their time and dollars in conducting this event.

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Disgusting, Criminal Behavior May Force Restroom to Close

To the Editor:

Due to the continued vandalism at the new Eklund Park restrooms and the 101 restrooms, the city will have no choice but to close these restrooms permanently if this does not stop.

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WHH - Sports

Lady Indians top RHS by one at Tri-District Meet
Photo by Larry Bale South Bend was the 800-meter relay with a time of 1:55.60. At right Morgan Patterson hands off to Alison Funkhouser. Raymond’s Abby Maneman gives the baton to Aubrey Boyes. The Lady Seagulls were second.
Lady Indians top RHS by one at Tri-District Meet

By GEORGE KUNKE

South Bend nipped Raymond, 63-62, in the girls’ portion of the Willapa Harbor Tri-District Meet, Thursday at a wet and breezy Don Weisel Oval track. Willapa Valley pulled up the rear with 51 points.

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Seagulls turn on afterburners, flex muscles at tri meet
Photo by Larry Bale Valley’s David Rockett was first in the 300-meter intermediate hurdles. Raymond’s Hunter Borden was second.
Seagulls turn on afterburners, flex muscles at tri meet

By GEORGE KUNKE

SOUTH BEND – Raymond stormed past its rival at the windy, rainy Don Weisel Oval in South Bend during Thursday’s Tri-District Meet before a crowd of about 275. The Seagulls of head coach Mike Tully tabulated 110 points, which almost doubled the total output of Willapa Valley (40) and South Bend (25).

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WHH - Photos + Videos

Trolling along...
Trolling along…Photo by Larry Bale A quiet foggy Saturday morning of fishing on the Willapa River near the WeyCo sawmill in Raymond.
Trolling along...
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