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Showing 9 articles from January 18, 2015.

WHH - Front Page

A community comes together
andrea keller
A community comes together

The community is joining together to give their support for one of their own, Andrea Keller.

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PUD gets COLA increase

By SCOT PEARSON

For many years the Public Utility District #2 based in Raymond and serving Pacific County has been running behind and is starting to catch up with other PUD's in the state.

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WHH - Education

Students of the Month

Willapa Harbor Lions Club Students of the Month

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EXTRAS

The goal is to keep the caregiver healthy

Respite. Webster's defines it as "a short period of time when you are able to stop doing something that is difficult..; an interval of rest or relief." That works.

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WHH - Letters to the Editor

Pool Board Members Asking for Help

On behalf of the Raymond swimming pool:

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WHH - Sports

Lady Gulls take Chief Leschi to school
Lady Seagull Mikayla Collins jumps for the rebound in the middle of the Warrior defense. The Lady Gullls took the game 51-11 on January 13.
Lady Gulls take Chief Leschi to school

By SCOT PEARSON

For the Lady Seagulls it was much more than a win over Chief Leschi - it was a lesson that the Lady Warriors coach, Jeffrey Kurbis, takes to heart.

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Lady Vikings blast Northwest Christian 48-28

The lady Vikings welcomed Northwest Christian to their home court last Friday, so that they could take a win.

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Valley trips Lady Indians 41-29

On Tuesday, January 13 the lady Vikings went up against the South Bend Lady Indians, where they had some difficulty curbing the game into their favor for almost the entire game. Though the Vikings beat the Indians 41 to 29, the Indians' desire to win was just as intense as the Vikings'.

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Vikings down Indians 58-43

The Willapa Valley boys welcomed the Indians to their court on Thursday, January 15 where they would do battle for four quarters until a winner was decided. With a final score of 58 to 43, the Vikings came away with a win.

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