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Showing 21 articles from June 7, 2014.

WHH - Front Page

Garoutte-Bell retires from RHS
Retiring RHS teacher Denise Bell posed with a handful of students on her second to last day of work as a teacher. The students had written messages to her on her white board, wishing her farewell and good luck.
Garoutte-Bell retires from RHS

By KAYLA CAMENZIND

Denise Garoutte-Bell of Raymond High School and Mike Schroeder of South Bend are retiring this school year. Bell taught in the alternative learning classroom for nine years at RHS, and Schroeder taught history, tae kwon do and math for 35 years at South Bend.

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Raymond looks deeper into medical marijuana

By SCOT PEARSON

At the regular Raymond City Council meeting on June 2, the agenda was light and consisted mainly of the first reading of city ordinance 1827, medical marijuana.

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Tom Rigney & Flambeau likely to inspire dancing at Father's Day show
Tom Rigney & Flambeau likely to inspire dancing at Father's Day show

By VIVIAN EDERSHEIM

Dance-able music.” That's how Karl Heinicke of South Bend describes the sound of Tom Rigney & Flambeau, the group scheduled to perform for Sunday Afternoon Live on June 15, Father's Day, at the Raymond Theatre.

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Willapa Players’ cast, crew call for ‘full house’ to celebrate Jim Watts’ last production
LaRayne and Jim Watts at the Hannan Playhouse. The two have been strong advocates of community theater for several years.
Willapa Players’ cast, crew call for ‘full house’ to celebrate Jim Watts’ last production

By VIVIAN EDERSHEIM

When “My Three Angels” closes June 19 at the Hannan Playhouse, Jim Watts’ long career in local theater will come to an end as well. The play’s cast and stage crew hope the local community will mark Watts’ swan song with a full house – every night of the performance.

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WHH - Community

Kids Under Construction Bible School

Build a bright future at Kids Under Construction.

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Pastor Johnson featured Kiwanis speaker

On June 11, Pastor Laurie Johnson will visit the Raymond Kiwanis to talk about the Community Gardens in South Bend.

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WHH - Education

SBHS receives scholastic awards
South Bend Superintendent of Schools Mike Morris (middle) received an award on April 24 in Lacey. At right is State Superintendent of Public Instruction Randy Dorn.
SBHS receives scholastic awards

By KAYLA CAMENZIND

South Bend High School was chosen as a 2013 School of Distinction and awarded the Washington Achievement Award by the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI). The high school was awarded for having “high progress” on state test scores and it also received a “special recognition for math growth” award for the years 2010-2013. South Bend was recognized at an awards banquet in Lacy last month.

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South Bend Scholarship Recipients

Katlyn Sawyer – Charles E. Fergason Memorial, Friends of South Bend Library, Harmer Family Scholarship, Kiwanis Key Club Leadership, GH Foundation L. Lancaster Memorial, Kiwanis Labor Day Activity Scholarship, Pacific County Bar Scholarship, Shoalwater Scholarship, South Bend Booster Club, UW Engineering STAR Program, GHC World Class Scholars.

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Valley students attend energy Fair
In front are Valley students Leo Ruelas and Allyson Hodgson. In back from left are Franky Chavez, Taylor Thompson, Maria Chavez, Madison Huber, and Matthew Minton.
Valley students attend energy Fair

On May 30th seven Willapa Valley students, Madison Huber, Franky Chavez, Matt Mintion, Taylor Thompson, Leonel Ruelas, Alyssa Hodgson, and Maria Chavez set out on a trip to Washington State University to the 7th Annual Imagine Tomorrow Energy Fair.

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EXTRAS

Do the French Ever get Things Done?
Do the French Ever get Things Done?

Kayla’s European Travel Tales

 

My last column of May 28th described how slow-paced life in France

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Health Insurance Options for Early Retirees

Dear Savvy Senior,

 

At age 63, I will be retiring in a few months and need to find some health insurance coverage for my wife and me until Medicare kicks in. Is Obamacare my only option?

 

About to Retire

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WHH - Letters to the Editor

Ayers Helps All Citizens

To the Editor:

Recently I had a problem with a serious code violation in my neighborhood.

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Coucilwoman Supports McClain for Prosecutor

To the Editor:

As someone who has served in the Pacific County Prosecutor's Office
from 1990-2012, I worked with Mark McClain and I will be supporting
him as the next Pacific County Prosecuting Attorney.

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WHH - Local News

Hazardous Materials Workshops June 18th

The Pacific County Emergency Management Agency will be coordinating two Hazardous Materials Emergency Response Plan Workshops on Friday, June 20th, 2014.

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WHH - Sports

Coastal Fastpitch League

Coastal Fastpitch League Standings

(thru June 5th)

           

10u Division

AREA

TEAM NAME

Won

Lost

 

10u

Willapa

Pacific Eye Clinic

7

1

 

10u

Willapa

Raymond Federal

5

2

 

10u  

Elma

Wrecking Crew

6

3

 

10u

Willapa

Pioneer Grocery

3

3

 

10u

Elma

Eagles Blue

3

4

 

10u

Aberdeen

Aberdeen 10u Gold

3

4

 

10u

South Beach

Twin Harbor Drug

2

6

 

10u

Aberdeen

Aberdeen 10u Blue

1

7

           
           

12u/14u Division

AREA

TEAM NAME

Won

Lost

 

12u 

Elma

Eagles Black

8

0

 

12u /14u

Aberdeen

Aberdeen 12u Blue

6

2

 

14u

Willapa

The Cure

4

2

 

12u 

Willapa

Willapa Harbor Hornets

4

3

 

14u 

South Beach

Arndt Cranberry Farms

2

5

 

12u  

South Beach

Westport Inn

1

5

 

14u/12u 

Elma

Nitro

0

4

 

12u /14u

Aberdeen

Aberdeen 12u Gold

0

4

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Hornets garner second
Hornets garner second
 
The Willapa Hornets, with consistent heads up play, earned a second-place finish at the highly competitive 12 and under softball tournament at Lacey May 31-June 1st. The Hornets gutted it up and played the whole tournament with only nine players. In front from left are Avery Harland, Raina Jones, and Hannah Miller. In the middle is Aiyana Stepp. In back from left are Coach Steve Silvernail, Karley Redinger, Hallee Layman, Arie Stepp, Sadie Warnstadt, Madeline SilvernIl, and Coach Lyle Miller.
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WHH - Law Enforcement

Law enforcement administrators meet to discuss trending issues

The Pacific County Sheriff recently hosted a meeting

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WHH - Miscellaneous News

Flag Day, celebrating the birthday of the American flag

By KAYLA CAMENZIND

Flag Day, a time to recognize the history and heritage of the American flag, is a day to demonstrate our patriotism and respect for America’s history.

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WeyerhWeyerhaeuser publishes information for Pe Ell/Aberdeen access permits

Access permits will go on sale for the Pe Ell Aberdeen Weyerhaeuser tree farms on June 18 and June 19,

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WHH - Photos + Videos

“My Three Angels”
Photo Courtesy Willapa Players
“My Three Angels”

 

 

 

The Willapa Players play, “My Three Angels,” by Sam & Bella Spewack opens Friday, June 13, at 7:30 p.m. at the Hannan Playhouse, 518 Eighth St. in Raymond. In one scene the three convicts/angels— Joseph (played by Curt Harris, left), Alfred (played by Ashton Winrich, center on ladder), and Jules (played by Matt Nordin, right), frighten Madame Parole,(played by Joelle Springer, center), an unpleasant customer who has come into the shop. New performance dates are Saturday, June 14 at 7:30 p.m.; with two performances on Sunday, June 15, a matinee at 2 p.m., followed by an evening show at 7:30 p.m. The play concludes with a final performance on Thursday, June 19, at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $10 for general admission and $8 for seniors (over 65) and students (through college); they are available at South Bend Pharmacy, Just a Haircut, Everyone’s Video and More, The Pitchwood, and at the door.

 

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WHH - Glance at the Past

Glance at the Past 6-1-14

Glance at the Past

From time to time, the Herald will take a glance at the past to see what we did and how we did it. Take a look to see where we were and what we were doing…

ten years ago – 2004.

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