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Showing 9 articles from May 25, 2014.

WHH - Front Page

Community bands together to help the POOL

By KAYLA CAMENZIND

In response to some discussion online about the possible shut-down of the Dr. O.R. Nevitt Memorial Swimming Pool, two dozen community members attended the monthly pool meeting last Thursday to assess the situation and offer assistance. The board members of the pool commented that it was the largest meeting of their memories.

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Historic Willapa Bridge says its goodbyes
Photo by Kayla Camenzind Two cranes shifted the bridge to southern bank of the river last Thursday, May 22.
Historic Willapa Bridge says its goodbyes

By KAYLA CAMENZIND

MENLO - The Willapa Bridge on SR 6 was dismantled last week by construction workers who are putting in a new bridge to replace the 1929 structure.

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Huber selected as Hereford Princess
Madison Huber (middle left) posed with the other Hereford royalty after becoming Washington State Jr. Hereford Princess.
Huber selected as Hereford Princess

Spotlight on Agriculture

 

By KAYLA CAMENZIND

Madison Huber of Lebam became the Washington State Jr. Hereford Princess earlier this month.

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Mud Run to make debut at Harbor Festival

By SCOT PEARSON
On May 19, the Raymond City Council held a regular meeting and paid out claims #’s 52533 through

52535 and 52568 through 52642 in the amount of $164,517.01, and payroll in the amount of

$177,282.27, approved via their consent agenda.

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Police chiefs endorse McClain
Only a few contested races
By GEORGE KUNKE
SOUTH BEND - Raymond Police Chief Chuck Spoor and South Bend Police Chief Dave Eastham announced that they are endorsing Mark McClain for Pacific County Prosecutor in the upcoming primary and general elections later this year. There are but a handful of contested races in this year's elections.
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WHH - Education

Night of the Arts makes academics fun
Photo by Kayla Camenzind Callie Pehl and Selena Hubbard showed how Oobleck defies Newton’s laws at the Night of the Arts last Wednesday. Oobleck, named after a Dr. Seuss story, can be both a solid and a liquid when differing amounts of pressure are put
Night of the Arts makes academics fun

By KAYLA CAMENZIND

Raymond High School senior Antonio Ayala Mendoza organized the third annual Night of the Arts at RHS on May 21. Dozens of students participated by demonstrating their hands-on science experiments, presenting their artwork, and playing their instruments in the band concert.

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EXTRAS

Grow delicious healthy tomatoes with tips from long-time Master Gardener Cindy Knight

By KAYLA CAMENZIND

At the WSU Master Gardeners Show at the Grays Harbor County fairgrounds on May 17, Cindy Knight of Cindy’s Plant Stand in Elma gave the Herald tips about how to successfully grow tomatoes. Knight is a Washington State Certified Nurseryman since 1971 and is the longest Master Gardener in Grays Harbor County.

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WHH - Letters to the Editor

GHC Staff Extends Thanks


To the Editor:

Last week, we experienced a broken water pipe upstairs at Grays Harbor College’s Riverview Education

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WHH - Humor

Willapa Players present“My Three Angels”

The Willapa Players are now in rehearsal for a presentation of “My Three Angels,” by Sam and Bella Spewak. This production is a reprise of a production by the Harbor Players (the original name of the Willapa Players) performed in the old Raymond High School auditorium in 1958. The original production starred Bob Hannan, Jim Kennedy, and Jim Watts as the “three angels.”

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