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Showing 10 articles from December 21, 2013.

WHH - Front Page

Angelic voices
Raymond HS students belt out some joyful Christmas carols at a recent event.
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Christmas Doesn’t Have to End after December 25th

By Pastor LAURIE JOHNSON

Spoiler Alert! You know: it’s a warning that the end of the story is about to be revealed.

In the classic Capra movie It’s a Wonderful Life, it would be when someone tells you that in the end, the community all comes together to save the bank and rescue George Bailey from his deep despair.

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Clam digs start Sunday, run through January 5th

Clam diggers can ring in the New Year with an eight-day razor clam dig on ocean beaches that starts Sunday, Dec. 29 and stretches through Jan. 5.

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Food Bowl back in swing
Raymond HS students give a cheer as they bring in the donations gathered from this year’s revitalized Food Bowl. Students include Emily Collins, Mikayla Collins, Maddie Maden, Jordan Reidt, CeCe Jimenez, Alan Phansisay, Abril Silva, Kendra Dunsmoor, and
Food Bowl back in swing

By SCOT PEARSON

The local Food Bowl fundraiser is back on after a few years of non-participation.

Raymond and Willapa Valley High Schools arrived at the North Pacific County Food Bank in Raymond to deliver a total over $4,000 worth of donations in cash and food on Dec. 19.

“It is great to have the drive back”, said Food bank Manager Bonnie Ryan.

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Party at the Care Center
The Pacific County Senior Center hosted its annual Christmas dinner last Friday. The Willapa Harbor and Willapa River Lions came by and sang carols. First graders at Raymond Elementary sent cute decorated Christmas trees that lined the halls. Ramona Wilso
Party at the Care Center

The Pacific County Senior Center hosted its annual Christmas dinner last Friday. The Willapa Harbor and Willapa River Lions came by and sang carols. First graders at Raymond Elementary sent cute decorated Christmas trees that lined the halls. Ramona Wilson won the sweater contest for best Christmas sweater; she won a breakfast basket. Shown are Desir’ee Wildhaber, Monica Riley, and Jeff Obrien, who work at senior center.

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Raymond’s Ed Norman remains a living legend
Ed Norman
Raymond’s Ed Norman remains a living legend

By SCOT PEARSON

For many years Ed Norman has been very involved with the city of Raymond, to the point of serving as mayor from 1997-2001, a city council member, a business owner, and that is just the tip of the “ugly” iceberg.

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WHH - Sports

Lady Indians beat ’Cats, Navs

By GEORGE KUNKE

South Bend’s Lady Indians defeated Northwest Christian (36-24) last Tuesday (Dec. 17) and Ocosta (58-27) last Friday at Koplitz Fieldhouse.

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Valley blasts Ocosta, LQ

By GEORGE KUNKE

Karli Friese pumped in 20 points and Alicia Smaciarz added 13 to lead Willapa Valley to a 53-22 win over Ocosta last Tuesday (Dec. 17) at Westport.

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WHH - Miscellaneous News

Ms. Hughes Kindergarten Class Raymond Elementary

 

Dear Santa,

I want the nija turtle van that is remote contolled and I want a hot weels trak and hot weels.

 

Aaron

 

Dear Santa,

I would like a doll and some little scizzors for the dolls. I wood like a little doll.

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Ms. Lead’s First Grade Raymond Elementary

Dear Santa,

I wunt a bick for crismis. Hwo are the Elf’s doing? Is Roodolf’s nose shining so brit? I like crismis. I love having crismis. My house is brown. I live in Raymond. Is that bull full of jelly?

Love, Emily

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