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WHH - Front Page

Razor clam digs tentatively set through February of new year

For those with time to plan beyond the winter holidays, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) has tentatively scheduled a new series of evening razor clam digs through February.

Under that plan, various ocean beaches will be open for 13 days in January and five days in February if marine toxin tests show the clams are safe to eat.

WDFW will announce final word on those digs about

For those with time to plan beyond the winter holidays, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) has tentatively scheduled a new series of evening razor clam digs through February.

Under that plan, various ocean beaches will be open for 13 days in January and five days in February if marine toxin tests show the clams are safe to eat.

WDFW will announce final word on those digs about

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Weather won’t impede progress on county bridge projects

Contractors set to reach major milestones this winter

Work to replace four narrow and decades-old bridges in Pacific County progresses as crews get ready to pour concrete decks on the new, wider replacement structures this winter.

The Washington State Department of Transportation’s contractor on the State Route 6 Willapa River Bridge is scheduled to pour the new concrete bridge decks on Tuesday, Dec. 24. Crews working to replace the SR 105 North River and Smith Creek River bridges and the US 101 Middle Nemah River Bridge are on target to pour concrete for the new bridge decks in late December and early January.

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WHH - Letters to the Editor

Hospital Auxiliary Gives Thanks

To the Editor:

 

The members of the Willapa Harbor Hospital Auxiliary wish to thank each and every one of you that supported our winter raffle and sale.

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