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Showing 15 articles from October 19, 2013.

WHH - Front Page

County businesses receive awards
In front from left are Merry Sheldon, Doc’s Tavern; Mary Bogar, Raymond Federal Bank; Dr. Kelly Padgett, Pacific Eye Clinic; Megan Friese, Pacific Eye Clinic; Jody Wheeler, Pacific Eye Clinic; Judy Smith, Pacific Eye Clinic; Kacie Petitt, Pacific Eye Cl
County businesses receive awards

The Pacific County Economic Development Community (PCEDC) announced its 2012 businesses of the year at a banquet at the Raymond’s Elk Lodge recently.

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WHH - Community

Holiday Bazaar at Grayland Grange

The North Willapa Harbor Grange

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Time for the Mitten Tree

 

Flower’s by Lynne is once again helping the local community by putting up their “Mitten Tree” for the upcoming holiday season.

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Trick or Treat October 31st

Once again and back by popular demand –

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WHH - Education

Willapa Valley FCCLA attends regional meeting
Photo Courtesy Laura Rohr Above are FCCLA attendees in no particular order: Hallee Layman, Maria Chavez, Allen Deniston, Itzia Ruelas, Katie Sisk, Itzia Naranjo, Kamryn Adkins, Shawna Beatty, Kailee Maneman, Trevin Sanaski, Brooke Friese, Brendyn Graves
Willapa Valley FCCLA attends regional meeting

Thirty-three Willapa Valley FCCLA members attended the Regional 2 Fall meeting in Toledo last Thursday.

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EXTRAS

Fallen Leaves Worth Their Weight in Gold

It’s October and the majority of home gardeners are in the middle of another “leaf season.” Before you head outside with the rake in hand to clean up the latest leaf fall, here are a few time and money saving ideas.  Remember that fallen leaves are worth their weight in gold for your landscape and garden. They are full of the nutrients your trees absorbed during the growing season. If you bag leaves for curbside pickup, you’re throwing away free fertilizer. 

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Lonesome Larry has Lots of Friends

In 1992, a single male sockeye salmon managed to swim 900 miles from the mouth of the Columbia River to Redfish Lake in Idaho’s Sawtooth Mountains, the end of his migratory journey. Biologists dubbed the sole survivor, “Lonesome Larry.”

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WHH - Obituaries

Judithe Anne Parkki

Judithe Anne Parkki, 70, a lifetime Raymond resident, died Saturday,

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WHH - Letters to the Editor

Don’t be a Victim

To the Editor:

 

We have all watched as the “Government Shutdown” has occurred. The fight has been over excessive government spending, and debt.

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Two Support Struck for Mayor

To the Editor:

 

Dear Citizens of South Bend,

 

We were thrilled to hear that Julie Struck

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WHH - Dining

Senior Center Menu

The Pacific County Senior Center is located at 324 Jackson Street in Raymond. For more information please call 942-5739.

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WHH - Politics

Contacting Elected PUD Commissioners

District #1. Mike Swanson, Illwaco, Naselle, Bay Center, South Bend, Email: dist1comm@pacificpud.org

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Herrera Beutler Votes to Reopen Government, Avert Default

Editor’s Note: Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler released the following statement this evening after voting for the measure to end the government shutdown:

 

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Senator Cantwell Statement on Passing of Former Speaker Tom Foley

 

Editor’s Note: Last Friday U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA) released the following statement on the passing of former Speaker of the House Tom Foley: 

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WHH - Humor

Man proposes marriage at Lucky Eagle concert
Photo Courtesy Lucky Eagle Dave Mahoney (third from left) of Tacoma proposed to his girlfriend, Starlett, at the Lonestar concert on October 4 at the Lucky Eagle Casino in Rochester. The band surrounds the couple.
Man proposes marriage at Lucky Eagle concert

Dream Proposal

contest online

 

ROCHESTER –– Dave Mahoney from Tacoma, stole the show during the Oct. 4 Lonestar concert at Lucky Eagle Casino & Hotel in Rochester when he surprised his girlfriend Starlett by taking the microphone and proposing marriage. She said yes and the couple was serenaded by the group’s smash hit “Amazed.”

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