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Showing 23 articles from June 28, 2014.

WHH - Front Page

New ATV law sparks North/South county divide

By Kayla Camenzind

The county commissioners met with residents across Pacific County last week to discuss the new ATV legislation that would allow registered ATVs to be driven on county roads under 35 mph and “non-highway” roads, which are roads owned or managed by a public agency. The commissioners held formal hearings in Tokeland, South Bend, and Long Beach to get feedback from residents and they will be making a decision on the ordinance in July.

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Quilts on the Willapa Aug. 1-2
In May, Dorothy Gruginski (in red) shared the story behind the First Baptist Church's quilted stained glass windows with 13 members of the Tuesday Trotters, a hiking group from Olympia. The hikers arranged to see the windows during an outing in the area.
Quilts on the Willapa Aug. 1-2

Raymond quilters honor

their own Dorothy Gruginski

as featured star of August show

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South Bend police force cracks down on drugs
Jerry, the newest addition to the South Bend Police Department, demonstrated how to sniff out substances with Officer Allan McComas at the last South Bend City Council meeting. He is currently in training to detect all illegal drugs and will finish by the
South Bend police force cracks down on drugs

By Kayla Camenzind

SOUTH BEND - At the regular South Bend City Council meeting last Monday, June 23, Police Chief Dave Eastham informed the Council that the force arrested six drug related suspects in one week, four of which were dealers.

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WHH - Community

Annual quilt show open to public entries

Quilts on the Willapa,” the Willapa Harbor Quilters’ annual show, is scheduled Aug. 1-2 at Raymond High School. The show will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, Aug. 1, and from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 2, and is free to the public.

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Enter your photos for contest

By JUDY BUROKER
Got a great “selfie”?  Or do you have a picture everyone swears is the ugliest thing they have ever seen, or a fine piece of photographic art?  Well, if you do, the Willapa Heritage Foundation would love to see you submit your photographic treasure to the People’s Choice Photo Show, which will be held during the Willapa Harbor Festival, August 1st through August 3rd in Raymond. 

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WHH - Education

Local grads offer advice to college-bound students

Caitlyn Howard-Mayfield,

WVHS Class of 2011

South Puget Sound Community College

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Schiller wins grand distinction at WWU
Andrea Marie Schiller
Schiller wins grand distinction at WWU

Andrea Marie Schiller, Outstanding Graduate for the Behavioral Neuroscience Department, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Behavioral Neuroscience and a minor in Chemistry.

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South Bend Fourth Quarter Honor Roll

Editor's Note: The Honor Roll consists of students with grade point averages of 3.2 to 4.00. Students with a GPA of 4.0 are marked with a star.

Grade 12: *Zane Johnson, *Raven Stoney, Andrew Spoor, Sierra Cearns, Kaelani Collins, Emily Seaman, Katlyn Sawyer,

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EXTRAS

America’s Independence Means Reducing Foreign Dependence

By DON C. BRUNELL

While much of today’s news deals with America’s decline, there is hope we can stimulate our economy, create manufacturing jobs and pay down our national debt by increasing our manufacturing and energy production.

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Bakeries, a staple of French culture
The pastries at French boulangeries will make your mouth water – you’ll never look at pastries the same again. Photo by Joel Black
Bakeries, a staple of French culture

Kayla’s European Travel Tales

In France, as you’re walking down the century old, cobblestone streets, a succulent smell of freshly baked breads will most likely tickle your nose. Follow the scent to its origins and you’ll find one of France’s renowned boulangeries.

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How to Protect Your Medicare Card from Identity Theft

Dear Savvy Senior,

I just turned 65 and received my Medicare card. I see that the ID number on my card is the same as my Social Security number, and on the back of the card it tells me I need to carry it with me at all times. What can I do to protect myself from identify theft if my purse and Medicare card get stolen?

Conflicted Beneficiary

 

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WHH - Letters to the Editor

30-year County Resident Supports Hess over Ayers

To the Editor:

 

I am writing to encourage people to vote for Michael Hess as County Commissioner for District 3.

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“Change is not always Better”

To the Editor:

I worked in the Victim Advocacy Services in Pacific County

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Let’s Keep Lisa!

To the Editor:

Thank the powers that be that Lisa Ayers wants to run for a second term of District 3 Pacific County Commissioner.

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Reader “Impressed' with Harbor Herald

To the Editor:

 

While reading the latest edition of the Harbor Herald I was impressed with it's content.

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WHH - Dining

Senior Center Menu

The Pacific County Senior Center is located at 324 Jackson Street in Raymond. Meals are served at 11:45 for those 60 and over for a suggested donation of $3.50. This week's menu includes:

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WHH - Miscellaneous News

DNR urges safety this Fourth of July weekend
 

Warmer, dryer conditions

increase chance of wildfires

As people plan outdoor activities around the Fourth of July weekend, the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is urging the public to be aware of fire restrictions in place around the state due to rising fire danger. Because the weather is warming up and vegetation is quickly drying out, fires can start and spread quickly.

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Internet purchase of fireworks is illegal

State Fire Marshal Charles M. Duffy is reminding Washingtonians that the purchase of fireworks over the internet is illegal. 

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WHH - State News

102 fires caused by fireworks in 2013

State Fire Marshal Chuck Duffy announced today that in 2013 there were 102 fires

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2013 Fireworks Related Fires and Injuries

There were 341 fireworks-related injuries and fires reported to the State Fire Marshal’s Office by fire departments and hospitals in 2013.

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Fireworks Sales Continue through Saturday Statewide

 

Consumer firework sales across the state will begin at noon on Saturday, June 28 and continue until 9:00 p.m. on July 5.

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Marijuana Update

The date is getting closer to when Washington residents will be able to walk in and purchase recreational marijuana, but you may have to travel before a retail store opens in Grays Harbor.

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WCC - Pacific County

Community Forum in Menlo Tuesday

MENLO - The Board of Pacific County Commissioners

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