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Showing 11 articles from December 7, 2013.

WHH - Community

Give to the Toy House

Once again, the Willapa Harbor Ministerial Association is sponsoring the annual Christmas Toy House this Saturday in the basement of Saint Lawrence Catholic Church from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.

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WHH - Education

Lions Club Student of Month-Zane Johnson
Lions Club Student of Month-Zane Johnson

Zane Johnson

South Bend HS

Place of Birth: Aberdeen

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Ochman earns scholarship

Steve Ochman, from Raymond,

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Raymond HS Honor Roll

(Term I)

Seniors (3.19-3.9): Grant Camenzind, Anne Singharath, Jacob Doyle, Marissa Crawford, Dang Lukinich, Brandon Johnson, Hannah Dykes, Antonio Ayala, Rachel Jackson, Makenzie Fuller.

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Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Please Let It Snow

The days are shorter and darker; there are twinkling lights on homes and businesses. It’s cold, wet, foggy, and with any luck, snowing. Just another typical winter in the Northwest. Most of us bundle up and keep moving, to work, sports, and recreation. My motto is “there’s no bad weather, just bad clothing.”

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Supplemental budget Should Keep Spending limit in Mind

By JASON MERCIER

After going through multiple special sessions to adopt the state's 2013-15 budget, the last thing lawmakers will want to do is fight about a 2014 supplemental budget. State agencies, however, have already submitted their 2014 supplemental budget wish list requesting a combined

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Supplemental budget Should Keep Spending limit in Mind

By JASON MERCIER

After going through multiple special sessions to adopt the state's 2013-15 budget, the last thing lawmakers will want to do is fight about a 2014 supplemental budget. State agencies, however, have already submitted their 2014 supplemental budget wish list requesting a combined

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Tales from the Lion’s Den (December 2013)

We are running out of year. That means you might need a new calendar.

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Tips for Making Your Poinsettia Last

Representing over 85 percent of the potted plant sales during the holiday season, there’s no question Poinsettias continue to be the most popular flowering holiday plant this time of year. In fact, over $220 million worth of poinsettias will be sold this holiday season with most being sold in a short six-week period.

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WHH - Dining

Senior Center Menu

Thurs, Dec 12: Hamburger, potato salad, oranges

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WHH - Photos + Videos

Character education
Character education is an important part of Raymond Elementary School. As part of our commitment to stress the values taught through Character Education, the staff recognizes a student from every class each month that exemplifies that month's highlighted
Character education

Character education is an important part of Raymond Elementary School. As part of our commitment to stress the values taught through Character Education, the staff recognizes a student from every class each month that exemplifies that month's highlighted character trait. This recognition includes the students’ pictures being posted on our Character Wall along with a special lunch at Slater's Diner. Congratulations to the following students for being selected in November for Responsibility: (Front L-R) Alexis, Reid, Bianca, Hezekiah, Genevieve, Kassie, and Alia; (Back L-R) Yasmin, Callie, Elizabeth, Tegan, Kyndal, Dana and Berkley.

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