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Showing 9 articles from September 24, 2013.

WHH - Front Page

Documentary series provides 'snapshot of time' of past, present Willapa Bay oyster industry
Keith Cox produced a documentary series on the Willapa Bay oyster business.
Documentary series provides 'snapshot of time' of past, present Willapa Bay oyster industry

By VIVIAN EDERSHEIM

It's hard to say who got more satisfaction out of Keith Cox's documentary series about Willapa Bay oyster farming.

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Senior Center invites public for lunch
Photo by Sally Kunke The Senior Center has a drive underway to get more people to attend lunch and activities. Shown are employees Sam Calderon and head cook Monica Riley.
Senior Center invites public for lunch

By GEORGE KUNKE

The Pacific County Senior Center is inviting the public to stop in for lunch,

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St. Lawrence Centennial this Sunday

St. Lawrence Catholic Church will celebrate its 100th anniversary of services and service to the community at a Centennial Mass scheduled for 11 a.m. Sunday.

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Wolf presence on the rise; will eventually migrate to west
This map, provided by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, illustrates where confirmed wolf packs are located in Washington. The Department predicts that wolves will eventually migrate to Southwest Washington.
Wolf presence on the rise; will eventually migrate to west

By KAYLA CAMENZIBND

Wolf packs are migrating from Canada, Montana, Wyoming and Idaho and into Eastern Washington, according the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW). The WDFW predicts that Western Washington will see an increase in wolf populations in the coming decades because of increased migration from the east, although there is no plan to reintroduce wolves to Washington.

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WHH - Community

People’s Choice Photo Winners

The Willapa Heritage Foundation is pleased to announce the winners of the People’s Choice Photo Show held during the “Come and Play on Labor Day” festivities in South Bend.

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WHH - Education

Lions Club Scholarship

The Willapa River Lions Club

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WHH - Sports

Vikes win twice, Tribe, Gulls lose
Photo by Paulene Maneman...Raymond's Aiysha Garcia swats a serve.
Vikes win twice, Tribe, Gulls lose

By GEORGE KUNKE

Willapa Valley racked up two wins to improve to 3-0 on the young volleyball season. The Vikings defeated Naselle and Ocosta in straight games for two Pacific League wins.

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Vikes, Gulls post shutouts over Ocosta, Winlock

By GEORGE KUNKE

Willapa Valley won a rain-filled, windy Pacific League encounter at Ocosta in Westport 20-0 Friday night. The Vikings blasted their way on the ground with 310 yards while averaging 5.2 yards per rush. Two runners gained 100 yards and third wasn’t far away.

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WHH - Humor

Harvest Fest at GHC Riverview

 

GHC Riverview Education Center in Raymond will be hosting a Harvest Festival on Saturday, Sept. 28, form 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. 

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