Venue To Feature New
Unique Dinning Options
Local entrepreneurs Patrick Myers and his wife Alisa jumped at the opportunity when the Willapa Pizza Factory went up for sale. While watching the struggling economy and seeing many eateries close in the area but recognizing the need for a high end sit down restaurant in Raymond, they were excited for the chance to offer a new and different dining experience to the locals.
The Willapa Harbor Chamber of Commerce will conduct three work sessions on its regular meetings dates of May 13, June 10 and July 8. These meetings are part of a strategic planning process that the Chamber is working on at this time. Chamber president Mike Morris would like to invite the public to these workshops in an effort to get as much input as possible from the community.
Even some of its strongest supporters now say that the federal Affordable Care Act, known as Obamacare, is going to be a train wreck. The question is, what are we going to do about it?
Just in time for Mother’s Day, retail garden centers and plant nurseries are filled with beautiful hanging baskets that are sure to please any Mom on her special day. With an enormous diversity of plants ranging from petunias, to trailing geraniums, these horticultural gems are a welcome addition to any outdoor space. They will require special care however, to keep them looking their best in the months ahead.
The season for family vacations, family reunions, and family picnics is just around the corner.
To the Editor:
I am writing in response to public notices concerning the amendment to development regulations for the City of Raymond submitted by the Port of Willapa Harbor in connection with expanding the Comprehensive Plan to accommodate the commercial growing of marijuana.
The National Fish Habitat Partnership (www.fishhabitat.org) has unveiled its 10 “Waters to Watch” list for 2013, a collection of rivers, streams, estuaries, watershed systems and lakes that will benefit from strategic conservation efforts to protect, restore or enhance their current condition. These waters represent a snapshot of this year’s voluntary habitat conservation efforts in progress. These and other locally driven conservation projects are prioritized and implemented by regional Fish Habitat Partnerships that have formed throughout the country.
Six Pacific County 4-H members represented Pacific county at the Washington State Shooting Sports Championships in Eatonville. This year the team went well equipped and filled with enthusiasm thanks to the support of the community.
The Dr. O.R. Nevitt Memorial Swimming Pool has scheduled two enrollment sessions for summer water exercise.
The treatment season for the continued eradication of spartina, a noxious weed that can harm shellfish, begins June 1 and will continue through October, the Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA) announced today.
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