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Showing 20 articles from September 30, 2013.

WHH - Front Page

Fire dept. arrives in 3 minutes to put out fire

By GEORGE KUNKE

The Raymond Fire Department responded to a fire at the Manor Apartments at 434 6th Street early Monday (1:21 a.m.). Upon arrival fire fighters, began fighting a fire on the first floor of an

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Harley’s Bar ’n Grill spices up Raymond

By KAYLA CAMENZIND 

Harley’s Bar N’ Grill opened last month in the old VFW and has something to offer for everyone- music, sports, good food, and every type of beer you could imagine!

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More fun for razor clam diggers

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) has tentatively scheduled razor-clam digs through October, while continuing to accept public comments on openings for the rest of the season.

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Oysters trump bad weather during fly-in
Photo by Jerry Guild Dr. Ken Olsen’s partially completed experimental aircraft was the second most popular attraction at the fourth annual Oyster Feed and Fly-in at the Willapa Harbor Airport near Raymond Saturday. Of course, freshly harvester bay oys
Oysters trump bad weather during fly-in

Succulent Willapa Bay oysters trumped threatening weather at the fourth annual Oyster Feed and Fly-in at the Willapa Harbor Airport Saturday, September 21.

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Raymond romps
Raymond tailback Marvin So gallops for yardage against Ocosta Friday night at Seagull stadium before a huge house. The Gulls slaughtered the Wildcats 59-0 to improve to 3-1. See sports page 6.
Raymond romps
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Rod Run Infractions

Local law enforcement agencies in Pacific County are calling Rod Run a successful event, with no major incidents to report over the weekend of events.

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Vikes blast Comets with ground game

By GEORGE KUNKE

Trevor Cook throttled Naselle’s defense for 138 yards rushing and 2 touchdowns to bolt Willapa Valley past Naselle 33-15 Friday night at Crogstad Field in Menlo.

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WHH - Community

Benefit dinner

A benefit for “Big John”

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Volunteers needed

SOUTH BEND – The Pacific County Emergency Management Agency

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WHH - Letters to the Editor

PUD Needs Better Information on Tokeland Project

To the Editor:

 

I recently attended a PUD Commissioners’ meeting hoping to gain an understanding of the controversy about extending service to part of Pacific County that included Tokeland and other such areas.

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WHH - Local News

Signing up for health insurance

As of Tuesday October 1, individuals without health insurance may sign up for coverage beginning January 1, 2014 under the Accountable Care Act (ACA) as part of the Health Care Reform Act.

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Tales from the Lions Den…

By DICK WOODS

Purple and Gold. Fight. Fight. Purple and Gold. Fight. Fight. Wait a minute, that’s my high school alma mater fight song and the new colors for the Willapa Harbor Lions Club Paper Shack, located on the Port property between Raymond and South Bend.

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WHH - Sports

Gulls batter ’Cats; Indians lose to Adna
Photo by Larry Bale...South Bend's Austin Lewis fights for yardage against Adna.
Gulls batter ’Cats; Indians lose to Adna

By GEORGE KUNKE

Raymond notched its second straight shutout after a 59-0 thumping of visiting Ocosta Friday before a huge home crowd.

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Local harriers compete at White Pass

The Willapa Harbor Tri-District cross country team competed at Thousand Trails in White Pass last Saturday.

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Tribe, Vikes stay hot; Gulls lose two
Photo by Larry Bale Raymond HS senior Hannah Dykes (right) goes up to block the shot of South Bend’s Makenzie Russell last Thursday night at Koplitz Fieldhouse. At left is Alison Funkhouser.
Tribe, Vikes stay hot; Gulls lose two

By GEORGE KUNKE

South Bend whipped Ocosta in three games 25-11, 25-8, 25-16 last Tuesday (Sept. 24) at Koplitz Fieldhouse.

“Our goal for

By GEORGE KUNKE

South Bend whipped Ocosta in three games 25-11, 25-8, 25-16 last Tuesday (Sept. 24) at Koplitz Fieldhouse.

“Our goal for

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WHH - Dining

Senior Center Menu

Thurs, Oct 3: Cook’s choice

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WHH - Miscellaneous News

Pacific Transit Meeting

The Pacific Transit Authority Board

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WHH - Photos + Videos

Cheerin’ for the home team
Raymond fans got a boost from their young cheerleaders who were at Friday’s game against Ocosta. Kids from kindergarten through the fifth grade were introduced at halftime.
Cheerin’ for the home team
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WHH - Humor

44th Annual Oktoberfest

Featured at this annual event will be a traditional outdoor European 9-pinBowling Tournament that kicks off at 9 a.m. First perfect score of 27 wins $500! Bowling will continue until 8 p.m.

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Dinner, auction Saturday

More than 120 items

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