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Showing 18 articles from March 24, 2014.

WHH - Front Page

Awesome chile!
South Bend school cooks Julie Dokter and Debbie Williams serve up some of the delicious chili that was available at this year's Second Annual Kiwanis of South Bend Chili Cook-off at Chauncey Davis Elementary last weekend. Dokter and Williams were last yea
Awesome chile!

Photo by Steve Rogers

South Bend school cooks Julie Dokter and Debbie Williams serve up some of the delicious chili that was available at this year's Second Annual Kiwanis of South Bend Chili Cook-off at Chauncey Davis Elementary last weekend. Dokter and Williams were last year's champions, but had to relinquish their crowns to the the Pacific County 4-H cooks and the Raymond Fire Department who narrowly tied for top honors this year. Proceeds from the event go towards local scholarships.

 

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Medical Marijuana soon available at the Port
Photo by Scot Pearson From plant to product, the Good to Grow Collective Garden is ready and delivering medicinal marijuana to patients in the area. The grand opening is scheduled for April 20.
Medical Marijuana soon available at the Port

By SCOT PEARSON

Around town you might start seeing the flyers of Good to Grow, the first medical marijuana dispensary located at the Port of Willapa Harbor.

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Meth, domestic violence burglary, DUIs keep law enforceforcement busy

By GEORGE KUNKE

SOUTH BEND – Local law enforcement didn't make any “major” arrests recently, but that does not mean that they aren't busy. Listed below are recent arrests.

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Raymond Council welcomes new member
Photo by Scot Pearson New Raymond City Council member Kaley Hanson takes in his first official meeting with the council.
Raymond Council welcomes new member

By SCOT PEARSON

The last Raymond City Council meeting was short and sweet. Short as it ran just under 10 minutes and sweet for the Leprechaun cupcakes that served as a celebratory nod to holding the meeting on St. Patrick’s Day.

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Upcoming razor clam dig shifts from evening to morning digs

State shellfish managers have approved a series of razor clam digs that starts Wednesday (March 26) on evening tides, then switches to morning tides Sunday (March 30) for five more days of digging.

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Urgent need for increased funding for domestic violence services and prevention

New research on domestic violence homicides was released by the Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence (WSCADV).

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WHH - Community

Calling All Permies!

By HEIDI BALE

 Would you like to live in a

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WHH - Letters to the Editor

Port of Willapa's Work Appreciated

To the Editor:

Almost 10 years ago, the Bay Center Marina was dredged by the federal Corps of Engineers. Shortly thereafter, Congress removed all funding for dredging of these small Ports. Due to natural sedimentation, 

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WHMA Food Bank Requests Donations

To the Editor:

It is that time of year again when the suns is warming and many of you are planning your gardens.

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WHH - Sports

Betrozoff shoots 38 in victory

By GEORGE KUNKE

Nicholas shot a fine round nine-hole round of 38 to lead Willapa Harbor to a golf win over Wahkiakum and Adna hosted by Adna last Thursday.

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Lady Vikings win at Naselle

By GEORGE KUNKE

Willapa Valley's girls won the six-team Naselle Invitational while the boys place fourth.

It was a pretty good day for the first time out,” Willapa Valley HS Head Track and Field Coach Dave Ege told the Herald. “I thought our kids competed very
well. The weather wasn't too bad by early season standards for western Washington. The girls pulled off the win with 193 points. We have decent depth with our girls this year.

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SBHS Winter Awards

By GEORGE KUNKE

South Bend conducted its Winter Awards Banquet with the following students receiving awards:

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Seagulls nip NWC; Lady Gulls 2nd
Photo by Scot Pearson Raymond HS sprinter Rayce Newman won both the 100 and 200 meters Thursday at Millam Field in South Bend. At left is Raymond's Ally Phansisay, and at middle right is Raymond's Kason Koski. Raymond hosts a meet on Thursday.
Seagulls nip NWC; Lady Gulls 2nd

Track and Field Opener

By SCOT PEARSON

and GEORGE KUNKE

SOUTH BEND – The start of spring sports got underway in South Bend as the Indians played host to the Pacific League track and field opener on March 20. A total of nine high school 1A and 2B teams took to the afternoon sun.

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TC - Police, Fire and EMS

Sheriff reports string of Honda thefts in Vader

An unknown number of vehicle thieves appear to be targeting older Hondas in Vader after a third car in as many weeks has been reported stolen by authorities.

The Lewis County Sheriff’s Office has reported a 1993 Honda Civic was stolen sometime between 6 p.m. March 23 and 6 a.m. March 24 from the 900 block of B St., joining a string of thefts including a 1993 Honda Prelude stolen from the 900 block of D St. on March 14, and a 1992 Honda Accord stolen from the 900 block of 10th St. on March 6.

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WHH - Miscellaneous News

Elma Rest Area on State Route 8 closed April 2

ELMA – To prepare for the busy summer travel season, Washington State Department of Transportation maintenance crews will close 

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WHH - Photos + Videos

Affecting change
From left are Raymond students Samantha Angelovich, Alex Gilbert, Kendahl Patterson, Hannah Riggs, Abril Silva, Gabby Oatfield, Madeline Maden, Jenny Crow, Blanca Lopez, Mikayla Collins, Marissa Crawford, and BreAnna Makee. Please see story at far right.
Affecting change

From left are Raymond students Samantha Angelovich, Alex Gilbert, Kendahl Patterson, Hannah Riggs, Abril Silva, Gabby Oatfield, Madeline Maden, Jenny Crow, Blanca Lopez, Mikayla Collins, Marissa Crawford, and BreAnna Makee. Please see story at far right.

 

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Off to Peru
Members of the Mission Creek Christian Education Center will be leaving for Peru April 1 to help those in need. In front from left are Alix Klus, Destiny Boyes, Diana Voloshina, Patrick Huggins, Derek Granato, and Cheryl Komenda. In the second row from le
Off to Peru

Members of the Mission Creek Christian Education Center will be leaving for Peru April 1 to help those in need. In front from left are Alix Klus, Destiny Boyes, Diana Voloshina, Patrick Huggins, Derek Granato, and Cheryl Komenda. In the second row from left are Livvie Gates, Mary Nell Ellingsen, Tre Dunn, Michael Huggins, Selena Clayville, Seth Erlich, Grace Fadele, and Chris Crain. In back from left are John Clayville, Karli Wilson, Mark Trethewey, Niko Granato, Galen Ellingsen, and Steve Bramblett. The dog's name is Sherwood and belongs to the Clayville family. If you would like to make a donation or any kind, contact Mary at 875-6052 or mail at Mission Creek; P. O. Box 1066; South Bend, WA.

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WCC - Pacific County

Transit Board Meeting

The Pacific Transit Authority Board 

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