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Showing 9 articles from May 18, 2013.

WHH - Community

High schoolers fix railing at church
Photo by Gary Johnson Shown are Mr. McMurry, far right, teacher of construction trades at SBHS and students Emily Burbank, Spencer Cable, Mitch Edwards, Justin Elliott, Kelsea Fitch, Cynthia Jauregui, Jordan Lorton, Jordan McGee, Levi Miller, Marcus Overs
High schoolers fix railing at church

 

The Construction Trades class at South Bend High School supported First Lutheran Church with a project on a railing that was in need of replacement.

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Washington Missing Out on Tourist Dollars

When we moved from Montana to Olympia 35 years ago, we saw enticing television and magazine ads for our neighboring states, but none for Washington. Fast forward to 2013 and nothing has changed. It was puzzling then, but even more perplexing today, considering the money and jobs at stake.

Tourism in our state is no small potatoes, it is big business. Visitors spent $16.4 billion in 2011

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WHH - Letters to the Editor

Special Memorial Service for our Fallen Heroes

 

To the Editor:

 

May 27th is Memorial Day. This holiday was established after the Civil War to honor the fallen heroes that perished during the conflict and has followed through each year to the present time.

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WHH - Sports

Boys & girls State Qualifiers

Boys State Qualifiers

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Quotes from RHS head coach Mike Tully:
“We had a great district track meet, advancing 17 competitors and four relay alternates to state.  The boys captured Raymond's first district team title since 1995. The boys had six event winners, led by Rayce Newman's sprint double in the 100 and 200. Rayce also anchored the victorious and school record breaking 4 by 100 relay team along with Ally Phansisay, Carte Bisbee, and Alex Sida.
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WHH - Law Enforcement

Sheriff’s Office promoting, rewarding safe riding habits

The Pacific County Sheriff’s Office is pleased to announce that it is working together with the Safe Kids Coalitions of Washington State and the Washington State McDonald’s Owner’s Association to reward the children in and around the community for “safe riding habits” including wearing a helmet when riding a bicycle.

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WHH - Photos + Videos

Grant for football helmets
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Racin' to State
Photo by Paulene Maneman Raymond HS junior Rayce Newman won the 100 and 200 meters and anchored the winning 4 by 1 relay team who won the boys’ district title Thursday at Seagull Track before a crowd of about 900.
Racin' to State
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Three-time qualifier
Photo by George Kunke Willapa Valley HS sophomore Jessica Cook heads to state in three events, including the 3200 meters, pole vault and 400 relay.
Three-time qualifier
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