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Showing 21 articles from April 19, 2014.

WHH - Front Page

Get your Snow Cones
Devo Cunningham with fellow entrepreneurs Royal and Kismat Ward work a curbside snow cone stand in hopes to raise money for summer camp.
Get your Snow Cones

By SCOT PEARSON

SOUTH BEND – Staged curbside at the 101 Public House, a new business is hoping to catch your eye.

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Weather warning for clammers

...HIGH SURF IS EXPECTED ON THE NORTHERN AND CENTRAL WASHINGTON

COAST SATURDAY NIGHT INTO SUNDAY...

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WHH - Community

Help beautify harbor with Adopt-A-Basket

Spring has sprung so that means it's time to support the annual “Adopt-A-Basket” program. 

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Trout Derby in South Bend

The Pacific County Anglers,

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WHH - Education

GHC President's List

Grays Harbor College's Winter Quarter 

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Variety of activities planned for Lock-in

The Raymond High School Leadership Class 

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EXTRAS

How to Choose a Home Stair Lift

Dear Savvy Senior,

 

My wife is having an increasingly difficult time going up and down the stairs in our house. We are interested in purchasing a stair lift, but aren’t sure what to get or where to look. Can you help us?

 

Need a Lift

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More Information on Medicare

Social services — at best, a moving target. And not only the times are changing, but so are legislative decisions, budgets, populations and anything else capable of being changed. Generally, that means that what we used to do, we still do. There’s just more of it and the service net has grown wider.

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You Pay Taxes – Why Doesn’t General Electric?

By FRANK CLEMENTE

You pay your fair share of taxes. Small businesses do too. It’s the price we pay to educate our kids, protect our communities and have some security in retirement. Why shouldn’t some of America’s largest corporations pay their fair share too?

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WHH - Letters to the Editor

To the Editor:

 

Greetings to Our Miisson Creek Family and Friends,

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Good Leadership Makes a Difference

To the Editor:

 

Yes we do deserve good leadership in Pacific County.

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WHH - Local News

Chamber offering Facebook training

The Willapa Harbor Chamber of Commerce 

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TAC Town Hall meeting Fri.

The Teen Advocacy Coalition (TAC) will be hosting its annual 

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Wait staff training Tuesday

The Willapa Harbor Chamber of Commerce is offering training to local area restaurants. The two-hour workshop will be offered Tuesday,

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WHH - Sports

Farm Team/Minors Game Schedule

2014 Willapa Harbor Baseball

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Little League/Majors Game Schedule

2014 Willapa Harbor Baseball Schedule

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T-Ball Schedule

Below is the Willapa Harbor Baseball Association T-Ball Schedule.

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WHH - Dining

Senior Center Menu

The Pacific County Senior Center 

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WHH - Fire, EMTs, Coast Guard

Corvette crashes

WASHINGTON STATE PATROL
*                             PRESS MEMO

charges pending

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WHH - Photos + Videos

Helping cancer and Oso victims
On April 11th, the Raymond High School Leadership Class spent the day at the Chehalis food bank and coalition. They packed, sorted, and weighed food as well as helped to distribute food to clients.
Helping cancer and Oso victims

On April 11th, the Raymond High School Leadership Class spent the day at the Chehalis food bank and coalition. They packed, sorted, and weighed food as well as helped to distribute food to clients. Shown are the students, along with other food bank managers and volunteers. On May 9th, the same group of students is hosting a high school Lock In. Raymond, Valley, South Bend, and Naselle students are all invited. It begins at 6 pm, May 9th, and goes until 7 am, May 10th. It takes place at Raymond High School; the entry is $5. There will be many activities for all to enjoy throughout the event. All proceeds go to the Willapa Harbor Helping Hands and the victims of the Oso landslide.

 

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WHH - Glance at the Past

Glance at the Past 4-23-14

Glance at the Past

Ten years ago

Daisy Girl Scout troop being formed

Nicole Pickernell of Raymond and Cheryce Daughtery of South Bend are trying to form a “Daisy” unit of Girl Scouts of America in our area.

Heiden sentenced in baby beating

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