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Showing 16 articles from March 4, 2014.

WHH - Front Page

 Sand Verbena Seafood and Grill
The Twin Harbor’s newest restaurant, Sand Verbena Seafood and Grill on State Route 105 in Tokeland, opened with a ribbon cutting ceremony last Saturday.
Sand Verbena Seafood and Grill

The Twin Harbor’s newest restaurant, Sand Verbena Seafood and Grill on State Route 105 in Tokeland, opened with a ribbon cutting ceremony last Saturday. The restaurant is open at 4 p.m. every day for dinner with lunch service beginning at 11:30 am on March 10. From left are WBE President and CEO Jon Panamaroff, Restaurant Manager Sarah Beck, Executive Chef Nikki Demmert, Tribal Council Member Joel Blake, Tribal Chairwoman Charlene Nelson, Tribal Vice-Chairwoman Jennifer Taylor, Food & Beverage Manager Don Morris, Server Ashley Hatton, Server Deaja Rosander, Bartender Melody Rosander and WBE Chairman Jim Anderson.

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Abbott hired to replace Clements

By GEORGE A. KUNKE

Luke Abbott has been hired as head varsity football coach at Raymond High School.

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Coach Peterson says goodbye to basketball

By GEORGE KUNKE

Friday night's regional game against Bear Creek was the last one for head coach John Peterson, who resigned from coaching basketball after 17 years at Willapa Valley, and 30 years overall in Washington.

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History teacher wears a black belt
Photo by Scot Pearson Instructor Mike Schroeder shows Ashley Pearson how to attack during a one step sparring routine. Sister Erica stands ready to defend.
History teacher wears a black belt

By SCOT PEARSON

SOUTH BEND - For South Bend High School history teacher, Mike Schroeder, a couple nights a week he turns the elementary cafeteria into a local dojo.

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Mudtown Fitness will release your inner power
By Scot Pearson Suspended rings are used in an exercise that utilizes strength and builds confidence. The exercise can be altered based on the members abilities.
Mudtown Fitness will release your inner power

By SCOT PEARSON

If you are looking to find a way to put a little pep in your step, Mudtown Fitness just may be the ticket. Currently co-located in the Willapa Red & White Espresso & Ice Cream Shoppe, you will notice a few floor mats to the left as you enter with the Red & White offering of espresso, protein smoothies, hot or cold sandwiches and ice cream. 

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Pacific County Commissioners press forward

SOUTH BEND – Pacific County Commissioners held their regular scheduled meeting on February 25, and quickly settled into attending to the business of Pacific County.

County Commissioner, District one and County Chairman Steve Rogers opened up the meeting acknowledging the presence of South Bend Mayor Julie Struck who attended

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Police to make presence felt at schools

SOUTH BEND – At the February 24, South Bend City Council meeting, the city representatives made fairly quick work of the evening’s agenda. With council members taking turns making motions and seconding, the night’s agenda, consent agenda and previous meeting minutes were pushed through to unanimous approval.

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WHH - Community

Very Berry Saturday, March 15th

By HEIDI BALE

Master, Willapa Valley Grange

Do you dream of strawberry shortcake, blueberry muffins, or raspberry jam?

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WHH - Education

Raymond Schools Foundation Awards Eleven Grants

Providing educational experiences to enhance the education of students in the Raymond School District is the goal of the Raymond Schools Foundation. During the 2013-2014 school year thus far, the Raymond Schools Foundation has awarded eleven grants. Each year Raymond Schools Foundation

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WHH - Local News

Diaper Drive to benefit food banks

The Weyerhaeuser Company will conduct its Third Annual Diaper Drive March 5th through 26th. During the drive, Weyerhaeuser facilities compete against each other to see who can collect the most diapers per employee. The winning facility is given $5,000 to donate to a local charity of its choice.

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WHH - Sports

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Bannish, Friese reap top awards

By GEORGE KUNKE

Willapa Valley swept the top two honors in the Pacific League as Matt Bannish was named Coach of the Year and Karli Friese was named Most Valuable Player.

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Peterson voted league co-Coach of the Year

By GEORGE KUNKE

Willapa Valley HS Head Boys' Basketball Coach John Peterson was named co-Coach of the Year for the Pacific League along with Larry Moore of North Beach, by a vote of coaches. Gabe Hernandez of North Beach, a junior, was named the league's Most Valuable Player.

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Vikings lose to Bear Creek
Photo by Steve Rogers Willapa Valley's Cody Buchanan heads to the hoop against a trio of Bear Creek defenders in the Vikes' tough season-ending loss in state regional competition.
Vikings lose to Bear Creek

By GEORGE KUNKE

Bear Creek blasted Willapa Valley 61-31 at the Class 2B Boys' Basketball Regional at Bothell HS Friday night.

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WHH - Politics

Tribal meeting Saturday

The Chinook Tribal Council meets this Saturday

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WHH - Photos + Videos

World Class Scholars
South Bend High School World Class Scholars were recent guests at the Kiwanis of South Bend meeting. In the front from left are Kessa Wilson, Jenna Dokter, and Matt Lewis. In back from left are Jennifer Frank, Emily Seaman, Kathryn Staats, Keilani Collins
World Class Scholars

South Bend High School World Class Scholars were recent guests at the Kiwanis of South Bend meeting. In the front from left are Kessa Wilson, Jenna Dokter, and Matt Lewis. In back from left are Jennifer Frank, Emily Seaman, Kathryn Staats, Keilani Collins, Angel Diaz, Dennis Johnson, and Makenzie Russell.

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