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Showing 13 articles from December 20, 2014.

WHH - Front Page

Department of Natural Resources thief arrested

Mark A. Busbey, 33, of Raymond was arrested for burglary in the second degree, 4 counts of possession of methamphetamine and an outstanding warrant. Busbey told law enforcement that he sold the stolen items to help support his methamphetamine habit.

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WHH - Education

Letters to Santa Mrs. Shores' Kindergarten Class Raymond Elementary School

Dear Santa,

I like you, Santa! I like American dolls and roller skates and a dollhouse.

Love,

Jordynn

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Counting our Blessings

By Don C. Brunell

It's that time of year when we count our blessings. In America, they are abundant, especially this year.

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Remembering Our Fallen with Christmas Wreaths

Christmas is a difficult time for anyone grieving for a lost loved one. It is especially painful for America's military families whose son, daughter, spouse or parent was killed in action this year.

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Shared Housing can Help Seniors in Many Ways

Dear Savvy Senior,

What can you tell me about senior home-sharing programs ?Since my father passed away last year, my mom, who's 70, is interested in renting out a room in her house for some extra income and for the companionship. Is this a wise idea?

Housemate Hunting

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WHH - Letters to the Editor

Many Thanks for Community Dinner

The Willapa Harbor Ministerial Association would like to thank

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WHH - Local News

Knights of Columbus awarded
Knights of Columbus awarded

The local Knights of Columbus Council that belongs to Raymond

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WHH - Sports

Seagulls fly past Mountaineers
Seagulls fly past Mountaineers

Raymond 50, Rainier 46

It would not be a Raymond winter sports season if the boys could not outdo the girls. Just after the Lady Seagulls had defeated the Willapa Valley Vikings at the buzzer, the Raymond "Lord's" of the hardwood had to make it just a little bit more dramatic taking their game into overtime against the Mountaineers of Rainier.

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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 $4. This week's menu includes:

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WHH - Politics

Hatfield named top Democrat on committees

Senator Brian Hatfield, D-Raymond, will serve as the ranking Democrat on the Senate Agriculture, Water and Rural Economic Development and Natural Resources & Parks committees when the 2015 legislative session begins in January.

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WHH - Photos + Videos

800 Pounds of Food
800 Pounds of Food

Photo by Gary Johnson
Tis the season for giving and making a difference in our community and South Bend Schools once again has by collecting 800 pounds of food and $2,302.38 in cash. Legacy buys directly from Food Life Line for pennies on the dollar. We are always amazed and thankful at what we receive at Legacy Community Outreach from the students, parents, and local businesses. T
hank you from all the volunteers at Legacy for your kindness and caring. May your families and Christmas be blest. Shown are Morgan Patterson, ASB Vice president (far right), Emily Sanchez, ASB President (far left), Paige Johnson, and Alyssa McGill.

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The Giving Season
The Giving Season

The Willapa Valley HS student body pulled together and provided support to the Food Bowl. Students in the photo include Karli Friese Kassidy Nissell, Alicia Smaciarz, Karli Friese, Brooke Friese, Jessica Cook, Alyssa Hodgson, Brooke Spoor, and Itzia Naranjo.

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WHH - Glance at the Past

A Glance at the Past

100 years ago from the Raymond Herald

December 25, 1914

Donate many wild ducks

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Meredith have as their Christmas guests Mrs. W. Payne of Spring Valley, and Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Drinkall, the latter being a sister of Mrs. Meredith. Mr. and Mrs. Payne expect to go to California after the holidays to visit another daughter.

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