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Showing 9 articles from April 20, 2013.

WHH - Community

Get in the spirit with school towels

Raymond’s O.R. Nevitt Memorial Swimming Pool will be starting its seasonal aquatic’s programs soon. As a fundraiser, P.O.O.L is selling community spirit beach towels.

Kids Trout Derby Saturday
Pacific County Anglers, South Bend Kiwanis, and the Dennis Company

WHH - Education

Willapa Valley FCCLA competes at State

Seven Willapa Valley students attended the WA-FCCLA state leadership meeting April 10-12 in Wenatchee.



Four Million Americans Suffer from Alzheimer’s

We’ve started a brief discussion about Alzheimer’s, and generally the information is less than exciting, due to its incurable and terminal status. There is a tendency, however, to become so immersed in this topic that it seems that it’s an inevitable outcome of aging.


WHH - Local News

Don’t kill honeybee swarms; contact a beekeeper
Spring and summertime are when honeybees swarm – usually because their hive has become overcrowded and they are looking for a new home with more space.

WHH - Sports

Little League/Majors Schedule
April 24, 6 p.m., Dennis Co vs Pioneer *

April 27, 11, Opening Ceremony

Vikings win twice in golf


Willapa Valley defeated Three Rivers Christian by six strokes in high school golf at Three Rivers Christian April 11. The Willapa Harbor girls team finished third and the Raymond boys were fourth. Logan Woods of the host team was the medallist with a nice round of 38. Valley’s Spencer Schwiesow was second with a 42. Emma Lorton was medalist for the girls with a round of 48.


WHH - Politics

Cantwell on Boston Tragedy


U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA) expressed her condolences to the victims of last week’s bombing in Boston, during her opening statement at an aviation safety hearing in the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation. Cantwell also praised Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Administrator Michael Huerta for acting quickly to protect the skies over Boston, following the attack.


WHH - Photos + Videos

Landing in the sand
Photo by Paulene Maneman Raymond’s Rayce Newman placed fourth in the long jump at Raymond’s home meet April 11.
Landing in the sand
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