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Showing 10 articles from January 18, 2014.

WHH - Community

Chorale rehearsals to start

The Willapa Harbor Chorale

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Lions Club Membership Drive Continues

Have you ever given thought to volunteering in your Community? 

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Play Remember When at RHS Reunion

Need a reason to lose 20 pounds?

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EXTRAS

Most Levies Close to 2013 Figures

By BRUCE WALKER,

Pacific County Assessor

Both the assessor’s and treasurer’s offices will be going through a computer update starting the week of January 21.

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WHH - Letters to the Editor

As History has Shown, Goodness will Prevail

To the Editor:

I have written about the direction of our country morphing into a Social State, or a Statists State.

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WHH - Sports

Willapa Harbor Baseball Sign-ups

Forms for Willapa Harbor Baseball sign-ups

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WHH - Dining

Senior Center Menu

Thurs, Jan 23: BBQ pork sandwich, coleslaw, potato salad, applesauce

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WHH - Politics

Cantwell Statement on Pebble Mine

U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA) released the following statement

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WHH - Photos + Videos

Call for Mahjongg!
Whether you play Chinese Mahjongg or the American version, enjoy a day of strategy, fun, and laughter. Join us at the Willapa Valley Grange January 25th at 290 Camp One Road in Raymond from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Bring your favorite snacks and beverage (no alc
Call for Mahjongg!

Whether you play Chinese Mahjongg or the American version, enjoy a day of strategy, fun, and laughter. Join us at the Willapa Valley Grange January 25th at 290 Camp One Road in Raymond from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Bring your favorite snacks and beverage (no alcohol). Coffee and tea provided. Show off your sets and favorite Mahjongg collectibles. Please RSVP to 942-8663.

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Musical honor
Kessa Wilson (SBHS) Allison Larew (WVHS) Emily Seaman (SBHS) and Chris Jewell (SBHS) were selected from over 500 nominations from various sized Pacific Northwest High Schools to play in the Pacific Lutheran University Northwest High School Honor Band Janu
Musical honor

Kessa Wilson (SBHS) Allison Larew (WVHS) Emily Seaman (SBHS) and Chris Jewell (SBHS) were selected from over 500 nominations from various sized Pacific Northwest High Schools to play in the Pacific Lutheran University Northwest High School Honor Band January 10th and 11th. It was a glorious weekend of learning from top college conductors, meeting new friends and experiencing music in a large, advanced band setting.

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