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Showing 5 articles from November 26, 2014.

WHH - Front Page

Artic Tavern closing its doors
The Artic Tavern is holding its last steak night and final party this weekend. If you have ever tipped a glass or dined at the establishment, this weekend may be your last chance under its current leaseholder.
Artic Tavern closing its doors

By SCOT PEARSON

ARTIC - In a place where patrons dress the walls with tagged dollar bills, and a moose head adorns the wall, the Artic Tavern looks to be one of the latest fatalities of the current economic climate.

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Governor asks Washingtonians to shop local

By JAY INSLEE and PATRICK CONNOR

We're calling on all Washingtonians to join us for a March on Main Street, Saturday, November 29.

The cause: A better economy, longer-than-seasonal employment opportunities and tighter-knit communities- all of which are the bedrock of a vibrant society. And all it takes to accomplish these goals is for each of us to spend more of our money with the small businesses lining the Main Streets of our state.

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Prepare for Thanksgiving travel as thoroughly as you plan the big meal

Know before you go:

Ready to gobble down some turkey and stuffing? First, make sure you've cooked up a plan to navigate heavy Thanksgiving weekend traffic.

The best recipe for successful holiday travel is to plan ahead:

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Tornado warnings in county Sunday

Sunday, the National Weather Service issued a rare tornado warning for parts of Pacific County. The warning was generated because of a severe thunderstorm that moved across the City of Long Beach, Seaview, and the City of Ilwaco.

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WHH - Sports

Seagulls make final flight in 52-7 loss to Tigers
Seagulls make final flight in 52-7 loss to Tigers

By SCOT PEARSON

CENTRALIA - The Seagulls made the trip to Centralia to face the Tigers of Napavine for a quarterfinal 2B football game on Saturday Nov. 22. Raymond left it all out on the field but could not match the offensive power of the Tigers who took the game 52-7.

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