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Showing 15 articles from November 11, 2013.

WHH - Front Page

Blackberry pie travels from Raymond to Kentucky – by mail!
Wayne Arnold samples a blackberry pie baked by his friend Nona Hunt and mailed to the Arnold home in Louisville, Kentucky. The package took some extra care along the way and showed very little impact from its long journey.
Blackberry pie travels from Raymond to Kentucky – by mail!

By VIVIAN EDERSHEIM

We've all sent packages with items of varying degrees of fragility, wondering all the while if our precious items will be delivered intact. But few individuals have mailed a package with a freshly baked pie more than halfway across the country. That's what Nona Hunt of Raymond wanted to do. And did!

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Donations getting depleted in PUD’s Project Warm Hearts

By SCOT PEARSON

At last Tuesday’s (Nov. 5) Pacific County PUD commissioners meeting, the focus was on the 2014-projected budget. During the discussion, commissioners allowed the public to respond to specific areas, of which the subject of the PUD’s

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Gulls take on Mules in Aberdeen

By GEORGE KUNKE

Raymond HS Athletic Director Jason Koski announced that Raymond would play Wahkiakum this Friday at Aberdeen's Stewart Field. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.

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Hoffman, Cook, Kudasik run well at State

 

Traci Hoffman of South Bend, Jessica Cook of Valley and Dominique Kudasik of Valley faced the grinding hilly golf course at Sun Willows in Pasco.

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Kelly gets 4 yrs for drug convictions

By GEORGE KUNKE

SOUTH BEND – Debra Lynn Kelly was sentenced to four years in prison on four drug charges. The action took place in Pacific County Superior Court Friday afternoon.

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Our scenic harbor
While bike riding with his sons, Zenith captured a photo of the mighty Willapa River during the sunset peak.
Our scenic harbor

While bike riding with his sons, Zenith captured a photo of the mighty Willapa River during the sunset peak.

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P.U.D. budget released

By SCOT PEARSON

At the monthly Pacific County P.U.D. Commissioners meeting, the primary subject was the announcement of the 2014 budget.

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Razor clam dig to start Friday on ocean beaches

OLYMPIA – State fishery managers have approved the second of two evening razor-clam digs this month, this one running from Friday, Nov. 15, through Wednesday, Nov. 20, at various ocean beaches.

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Struck wins by landslide over Church

By GEORGE KUNKE

The South Bend voters responded with a convincing victory for Julie Struck over incumbent Kirk Church in the mayoral race with a walloping 85 percent of the vote. Struck amassed 388 votes compared to just 68 for Church, who said he wasn’t going to seek re-election and then decided to run as a write-in candidate.

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What is…in The Back Room?
Photo by Scot Pearson Dawn Williams with Wilson, the official store greeter. Williams runs the South Bend Liquor Store and now has expanded her back room into a consignment shop.
What is…in The Back Room?

By SCOT PEARSON

SOUTH BEND – If you are looking for that decorative item for your home, or are in need of that special piece of furniture, South Bend now has a place that is a bit tucked away, but well worth the visit.

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WHH - Obituaries

Billie Pauline Coomer
Billie Pauline Elmore Coomer
Billie Pauline Coomer

Billie Pauline Elmore Coomer passed away

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Mary Imogene Kjoberg
Mary Imogene Kjoberg
Mary Imogene Kjoberg

Mary Imogene Kjoberg, 89, died Saturday, November 9, 2013 at the St. Peters Hospital in Olympia. She was born December 31, 1923 in Wolf County, Kentucky to John Frank and Pearl (Gilbert) Cable.

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WHH - Sports

Adna ends Vikes’ season 27-9
Photo by Larry Bale Hunter Gray pulls in a touchdown pass in the endzone for the Vikings in Friday's game with Adna.
Adna ends Vikes’ season 27-9

By GEORGE KUNKE

MENLO – Willapa Valley’s playoff season ended with a first round 27-9 loss versus Adna Friday night at fog-filled Crogstad Field in Menlo. The Vikings just couldn’t get anything going against the bigger, faster Pirates.

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Hoffman, Cook, Kudasik run well at State
Hoffman, Kudasik and Cook at state meet.
Hoffman, Cook, Kudasik run well at State

Traci Hoffman of South Bend, Jessica Cook of Valley and Dominique Kudasik of Valley faced the grinding hilly golf course at Sun Willows in Pasco.

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Lady Indians earn State volleyball berth
Photo by Larry Bale The Indians celebrate a point in their dramatic win over NWC (3-0) in a winner to State and loser out game.
Lady Indians earn State volleyball berth

By GEORGE KUNKE

South Bend qualified to another trip to state volleyball under head coach Jackie Sanchez by defeated Northwest Christian in three close sets at the District IV tournament Saturday afternoon at the RHS gym.

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