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Showing 13 articles from January 27, 2014.

WHH - Front Page

Brew with a view
Elixir Espresso owner Nancy Nisbet of South Bend takes out a few flowers as she gets ready for her Valentine's Day floral kickoff. Please see story on page 9.
Brew with a view

SOUTH BEND – Now tagged as the best place in town to have a “Brew with a View”, the Elixir Espresso shop is under new ownership.

Nancy Nisbet of South Bend. took ownership of the Elixir Espresso and Tea Shop in November 2013. And with only a few months in, Nisbet is looking at adding just one more thing to her menu of items that the shop is offering.

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More razor clam digs scheduled

Clam diggers can return to coastal beaches Tuesday (Jan. 28) through Sunday (Feb. 2) to dig razor clams during the last of three openings this month.

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Multifaceted Bale enjoying life at WSU
Levi Bale
Multifaceted Bale enjoying life at WSU

By SCOT PEARSON

SOUTH BEND – With his high school days behind him that included three state athletic appearances, Levi Bale is now attending Washington State University and continues to work on his athletic abilities that exercise his physical fitness and intellect.

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New director discusses role of EDC

By SCOT PEARSON and GEORGE KUNKE

Originally from Memphis, Tenn., Paul Philpot is no stranger to economic development. With a Master's Degree from Southern Mississippi, the recently arrived Philpot is taking his time looking at the current situation of Pacific County before he makes any direct program changes.

Philpot sat down with the Herald to answer many questions about his role as director of the Pacific County Economic Development Council, and the philosophy and function of the EDC.

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Outstanding wrestler
Raymond HS senior Hunter Borden took a technical fall (17-1) over Jason Haury of Tumwater in the 182-pound final. Borden was named the tournament's Outstanding Wrestler and Tumwater was awarded the Team Sportsmanship award. The action took place Saturday
Outstanding wrestler

Raymond HS senior Hunter Borden took a technical fall (17-1) over Jason Haury of Tumwater in the 182-pound final. Borden was named the tournament's Outstanding Wrestler and Tumwater was awarded the Team Sportsmanship award. The action took place Saturday at the Willapa Harbor Wrestling Tournament, won by the host team.

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Vikings tie Hyaks for first

By GEORGE KUNKE

Willapa Valley claimed a tie for first place with a rousing 55-43 victory over North Beach Saturday night at rockin' Tenoski Gym in Menlo. Stephen Camenzind pierced the nets for 24 points on 8 of 11 shooting, and he snatched 14 rebounds.

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WHH - Obituaries

Cliff Mathis

Cliff Mathis passed away in Puyallup January 22,

2014.

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WHH - Local News

Historical Society meets Feb. 9th

NASELLE - The Pacific County Historical Society will hold its annual meeting at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, February 9, at the Naselle-Grays River Valley High School at 793 State Route 4.

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WHH - Sports

Good Sports of the Week 1-29-14
Good Sports of the Week 1-29-14

Dragon Daze Kids at the Library

Local kids took the afternoon to learn about dragons at the Raymond Timberland Library. The event called Dragon Daze is one of the monthly youth events offered by the library. It was a great learning experience that was also a fun time.

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Lady Gulls tame Tribe
Photo by Steve Rogers Raymond HS senior Hailee Williams heads to the hoop as she leads her squad
Lady Gulls tame Tribe

By GEORGE KUNKE

Raymond's defense shut down South Bend 44-33 and Hailee Williams and Aiysha Garcia provided enough offense Friday night at Koplitz Fieldhouse.

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Seagulls whip Elma, hammer Indians
Photo by Larry Bale Darol Ratsavongsy (RHS) plays tough defense on Tyson Johnson (SBHS) during the Gulls' blowout victory last Saturday night at Koplitz Fieldhouse.
Seagulls whip Elma, hammer Indians

By GEORGE KUNKE

Raymond ambushed South Bend 54-28 Saturday night at Koplitz Fieldhouse. Jayce Freeman fired in 21 points, and Rayce Newman popped in 14 more for the Seagulls.

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Vikes stay unbeaten in league

By GEORGE KUNKE

Willapa Valley remained undefeated in the Pacific League by dismantling two inferior opponents last week in girls' basketball. The Vikings are 9-0 in the Pacific League and 15-2 in all games.

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WHH - Dining

Senior Center Menu

Thurs, Jan 30: Glazed meatloaf, baked potato, mixed veggies, peaches

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