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Showing 4 articles from April 1, 2014.

WHH - Front Page

Aiysha Gives the Right Pitch
Raymond High School junior Aiysha Garcia tries to convince Raymond Police Chief and South Bend School Board Member Chuck Spoor that her team's product is superior and deserves investing at last week's Sixth Annual Willapa Harbor Washington Business Week,
Aiysha Gives the Right Pitch

Raymond High School junior Aiysha Garcia tries to convince Raymond Police Chief and South Bend School Board Member Chuck Spoor that her team's product is superior and deserves investing at last week's Sixth Annual Willapa Harbor Washington Business Week, which was held throughout downtown Raymond. Juniors from all three local high schools gathered for the week to learn about the business world.

 

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Happy Retirement!
South Bend School District Business Manager Terri Coon is retiring in April after 35 years with the district. Terri is shown here with Superintendent of South Bend Schools Mike Morris, who is also retiring at the end of June.
Happy Retirement!

South Bend School District Business Manager Terri Coon is retiring in April after 35 years with the district. Terri is shown here with Superintendent of South Bend Schools Mike Morris, who is also retiring at the end of June.

 

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WHH - Sports

Hodel leads wins over North Beach
Photo by Steve Rogers Willapa Valley HS junior Karli Friese clears the bar at last Thursday's track and field action at North Beach High School in Oyehut
Hodel leads wins over North Beach

By GEORGE KUNKE

Willapa Valley's girls nosed by host North Beach by two points at a four-team track and field competition last Thursday at Oyehut. The Vikings won with 97 points. Mary M. Knight was third with 17, and Taholah scored a mere 6 points.

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Seagulls blow out field at home meet; Lady Gulls also vicitorious

By GEORGE KUNKE

and SCOT PEARSON

Raymond routed the oppostion in the boys' portion of the Seagulls' home track and field meet last Thursday. The Gulls scored 254 to easily outdistance second-place Ocosta's output of 87. Rounding out the field were Wishkah Valley (64), South Bend (53), Naselle (51), North River (2).

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