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Showing 11 articles from May 31, 2014.

WHH - Front Page

County increasing outreach to veterans

The Pacific County Commissioners are expanding the county’s outreach to area veterans. The Pacific County Veterans Relief Fund has been in place since 1984. Its purpose is to provide short term relief for indigent veterans living in Pacific County.

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County to amend Shoreline Master Plan

By KAYLA CAMENZIND

Pacific County has begun a three-year process of updating the Shoreline Master Plan (SMP). The plan, created in the 1970s for Pacific County, was last amended in 2003 and new state guidelines require it be updated by 2016. The county received a $478,260 grant from the state to complete the update.

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Little attends final council meeting before retirement

By KAYLA CAMENZIND

 

SOUTH BEND - At the May 28 South Bend City Council meeting, before the department head report by City Supervisor Dale Little, Mayor Julie Struck reminded the council that Friday will be his last day of work before leaving for retirement.

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WHH - Community

Raymond Timberland Library Events

Mad Scientist Photo Lab, June 11-13 for teens. Get your geek on. Stop by the library the week that school gets out to take a photo in the library’s Mad Scientist’s Photo Lab and sign up for summer reading. This event is part of Summer Reading, a Timberland Regional Library district-wide program. For more information call 942-2408.

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WHH - Education

Exotic crafts at GHC Expo

By KAYLA CAMENZIND

From blueberry plants to butterfly crafts, from honeybee help to goat milk soap, the GHC Riverview extension summer exposition had something for everyone!

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EXTRAS

How To Make an Online Memorial for a Departed Loved One

Dear Savvy Senior,

 

What can you tell me about online memorials? My uncle recently passed away, and some of the family thought it would be neat to create an online memorial to pay tribute to him, and accommodate the many family and friends who are scattered around the country who couldn’t attend his funeral.

 

Grieving Niece

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Slow and steady
Slow and steady

Kayla’s European Travel Tales

 

Last week’s column described how slow-paced life in France will test an American’s patience. With the observation that the French lifestyle is not as fast-moving as in America comes the question of labor productivity in France. Do the French ever get things done?

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Tips for your vegetables from long-time gardener
Shown here are different types of corn planted in Jim’s raised beds.
Tips for your vegetables from long-time gardener

How a garden grows

By Kayla Camenzind

Whether it be begonias or petunias, sweet corn or green beans, it’s that time of year – time to get outside in your gardens!

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WHH - Sports

4-H shooting team ties for 2nd at state
The Pacific County 4-H Shooting Sports team won the “Golden Gun” award at the state competition last month. From left, Jacob Snodgrass, Karley Reidinger, Tyler Reidinger, and coach George Hernandez.
4-H shooting team ties for 2nd at state

By KAYLA CAMENZIND

The Pacific County 4-H Shooting Sports team tied for second in the state for the “Golden Gun” award in Eatonville on May 17 and 18. The competition included archery, shotgun, rifle, air pistol and 186 shooters participated.

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WHH - Photos + Videos

Expo fun!
These two youngsters got creative at the Timberland Library table, making butterflies out of tissue paper, clothesline pines, stickers, and stamps.
Expo fun!
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WHH - Humor

“My Three Angels” opens June 13
The Willapa Players production, “My Three Angels,” by Sam and Bella Spewak, opens Friday, June 13 at 7:30 p.m. at the Hannan Playhouse in Raymond.
“My Three Angels” opens June 13

The Willapa Players production, “My Three Angels,” by Sam and Bella Spewak, opens Friday, June 13 at 7:30 p.m. at the Hannan Playhouse in Raymond. This play from the 1950’s has become a theater classic and was made into a movie starring Humphrey Bogart, Peter Ustinov, and Aldo Ray. The Willapa Players performed this same play in 1958 in the old Raymond High School auditorium. Jim Watts, one of the three original “angels” and Jim White are directing the current production

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