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Alcohol related arrests continue to decrease after liquor privatization

In 2011, when 59 percent of Washington state voters decided to end the 78-year-old government monopoly on selling liquor by approving Initiative 1183, opponents said privatization would lead to an increase in alcohol-related arrests.

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Extend Squash Shelf life with Proper Storage

With the arrival of several light frosts earlier this month, many home gardeners are wondering when they should harvest their squash and pumpkins. Although these two vegetables can tolerate a light frost that kills the vines, a hard freeze with temperatures of less than 27 degrees F. can do severe damage. While the majority of pumpkins never make it past Halloween, most gardeners strive to store squash into the winter months.  Storing squash for an extended period is not that difficult, provided you pick them at the right time and store them properly.

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WHH - Obituaries

Gailord F. Damon
Gailord F. Damon

Gailord F. Damon

June 17, 1921 – February 1, 2013

A memorial service was held on Saturday, June 15, 2013 at the IOOF Cemetery in Bay City, Oregon for longtime Bay Center resident and commercial fisherman Gailord, “Limey” Damon.

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WHH - Letters to the Editor

HAVA Looking for Board Members

To the Editor:

 

If you have a little extra time and LOTS of energy, HAVA is looking for a few good citizens who might be interested in serving on our board.  

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I-522 Initiative: Expensive and Unnecessary
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WHH - Miscellaneous News

Halloween tips for your kids

The scariest day of the season is right around the corner. The shelves are lined with candy, costume shops are popping up in malls, and children are patiently waiting for the night when they are free to roam the streets dressed as zombies, witches and superheroes.
The scariest day of the season is right around the corner. The shelves are lined with candy, costume shops are popping up in malls, and children are patiently waiting for the night when they are free to roam the streets dressed as zombies, witches and superheroes.

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WHH - Photos + Videos

Stiick 'em up
Photo by Sally Kunke A young trick-or-treater plays a game at the Chauncey Davis Halloween party Saturday night at the school’s cafeteria. There was a packed house of kids playing games and eating candy.
Stiick 'em up
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WHH - Glance at the Past

A Glance at the Past
Ad for the Raymond Steam Laundry and City Dye Works as it appeared in a 1913 Raymond Herald.
A Glance at the Past

From time to time the Willapa Harbor Herald will take a Glance at the Past to see what we were doing and how we did it.

Many changes have gone on through Pacific County to include the look and feel newspapers. Here are some excerpts of where we were and what you were doing…

 

100 years ago

 

From the Raymond Herald – a Semi-Weekly publication

 

Oct. 28, 1913

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