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(360) 942-3466 • PO Box 706, Raymond, WA 98577


Showing 9 articles from January 12, 2013.

WHH - Community

Preparedness Drive through Feb. 8
SOUTH BEND – AmeriCorps Member Kirsten Harvill, in coordination with the Pacific County Emergency Management Agency (PCEMA), is organizing a disaster preparedness supply drive for low-income families throughout Pacific County.

WHH - Education

GHC Honor Roll

Listed are Pacific County residents that appear qualified on the Grays Harbor College Fall Quarter President's List.

Oneprachanh earns scholarship
Western Washington University student Thinh Lee


Algae, Lichens and Moss Invade Trees and Shrubs

Now that the majority of deciduous trees and shrubs have lost their leaves, gray, powdery, mossy, crusty growths have become highly visible. The combination of these growths often gives heavily infested plants a ghostly appearance. Although most noticeable on deciduous plants, conifers may also become infested. The growths are a mixture of lichens

Mild January Days Ideal for Pruning
Almost all woody plants will benefit from pruning at some time or another. Some kinds

WHH - Obituaries

Sylvia Violet Kalla
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Sylvia Violet Kalla
Long time Raymond resident, Sylvia Kalla, 96, quietly passed away on January 8, 2013, at the adult family

WHH - Letters to the Editor

Ministerial Association Gives Thanks to Volunteers
The Willapa Harbor Ministerial Association wishes to extend a heart-felt thank you to Robert Scrim and his

WHH - Law Enforcement

Nine arrested for DUI

The results are in from the recent Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over DUI enforcement campaign conducted from November 21, 2012 through January 1, 2013.

WHH - Politics

Raymond City Council Highlights


Mayor Bob Jungar and Council Members Vicki Flemetis, Jason Dunsmoor, Dee Roberts, Wm. Ian Farrell, Ray Robinson, and Betty Sovereign were present for the regularly scheduled city council meeting December 17 in council chambers. Councilman Randy Flemetis was absent

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