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Showing 5 articles from February 5, 2014.

WHH - Front Page

Friese bestowed honor before hometown fans
Photo by Scot Pearson Rob Friese is honored by the school with a plaque to commemorate his selection into the Washington State Football Coaches Hall of Fame.
Friese bestowed honor before hometown fans

By SCOT PEARSON

MENLO – On Friday, it was a quiet night in Menlo unless you happened by Willapa Valley High School for the evening where the gymnasium was the scene for more than just a night of basketball.

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Man arrested after high speed chase
Sex Offender Roger Collins
Man arrested after high speed chase

By GEORGE KUNKE

After a high speed chase, Justin f. Bailey, 38, of Cosmopolis, was arrested near Raymond last Thursday on charges of attempting to elude law enforcement vehicles (a felony), D=driving with a suspended license and for an outstanding warrant from the Department of Corrections.

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WHH - Sports

Lady Gulls, Valley set for showdown Thursday

By GEORGE KUNKE

Raymond took care of business with road wins over North Beach and Naselle and caught a break when Northwest Christian upset first-place Willapa Valley to put the two teams in a tie for the top spot in the Pacific League with two games to play entering the final week of the regular season.

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Vikes nip Northwest Christian

By GEORGE KUNKE

Willapa Valley stayed in a virtual tie for first place with North Beach by getting past Northwest Christian 63-60 Friday night at Tenoski Gym in Menlo.

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Willapa Valley Biddyball Program
Photo by Steve Rogers
Willapa Valley Biddyball Program

The Willapa Harbor Herald salutes the Willapa Valley Elementary School
"Biddyball" Program for all it does with our youth in the Valley. This is a wonderful holistic approach to teaching basketball skills at a young age. Besides teaching basketball skill, it helps reinforce confidence during the maturation process of our young kids to help promote a positive self concept. Our hats are off to all those involved with the program.”

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