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Showing 12 articles from January 4, 2014.

WHH - Community

Free BINGO at Care Center

The Pacific County Senior Center will host BINGO

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WHH - Obituaries

Bettie June Maple

Bettie June Maple, passed away on December 23

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CLARA LOUISE SMITH

Clara Louise Smith, a longtime Willapa Harbor resident, died

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Emily Moseley

Emily Catherine (nee Mascarenhas) Moseley was born on March 22, 1926 to Domnic Camille Mascarenhas and Theresa Menezes in Nagpur, India and was baptized on April 4, 1926 in St. Francis de Sales Cathedral. She died Monday, December 30, 2013 at the Willapa Harbor Hospital in South Bend, Washington, she was 87.

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JEREMY ANDREW MULLEN

Jeremy Andrew Mullen was born to Bill Mullen and Cindy (Couch) Konigsberger on September 2, 1985 in South Bend, Washington and passed away December 27, 2013 at his home in Gresham, Oregon.

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KAREN (HALVERSON) NAPIER

Karen (Halverson) Napier, a longtime Raymond resident, died

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WHH - Letters to the Editor

2013, the Year of Big Government Failure

To the Editor:

I believe the most reveling event that occurred in 2013: big government or progressive government or the arrival of the “statist’s agenda” was finally shown for what it is, a total failure.

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WHH - Local News

Chamber awards nominations

The Willapa Harbor Chamber of Commerce

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Libby claims Lions Rain Derby top prize of $1,000

The Seventh Annual Willapa Harbor Lions Rain Derby is final

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WHH - Dining

Senior Center Menu

Thurs, Jan 9: Cook’s choice

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WHH - Politics

Commissioners Community Forum

The Board of Pacific County Commissioners will hold a Community Forum on Tuesday,

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WHH - Humor

Fifteenth Annual United Way Gala tickets on sale

Tickets for the United Way of Grays Harbor and Pacific Counties Annual Gala on Saturday, January 25th at the Quinault Beach Resort and Casino are on sale at the United Way office. Tickets can be obtained by calling the United Way office at 532-6260.

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