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Willapa Harbor Herald
Lewis County News
Traveler's Companion
(360) 942-3466 • PO Box 706, Raymond, WA 98577


Showing 9 articles from May 17, 2013.

WHH - Front Page

Everything You Need to Know about Medicare

Medicare?! I’m not old enough yet…wait…OK; maybe it is sneaking up on me…


WHH - Education

Hunter Education classes start in June

There will be two Hunter Education Classes in the Willapa Harbor area this summer. The classes will start June 17 and August 12.



Revive your garden from high temperatures
Install an irrigation system, such as the Snip-n-drip soaker system, in the garden.
Revive your garden from high temperatures

Spring floods, summer droughts and temperature extremes take their toll on gardens and the gardeners who tend them. Help your gardens recover from the crazy temperature and moisture extremes that seem to occur each year.


WHH - Obituaries

Patricia Ann VanVleet

Tokeland, Wash.

Patricia “Pat” Ann VanVleet, 69,


WHH - Letters to the Editor

At what Cost do we need Jobs?

To the Editor:


I grew up in a small town. This small town where I learned right from wrong. I knew my country was the best nation in the world, because anyone, regardless of race, religion, or background could become anything they desired, depending on how hard they wanted to work for it. 


WHH - Local News

GMO Awareness Festival this Saturday at Public Market
Big things happening at a festival in Raymond this Saturday.

WHH - Sports

Sign up for Junior Golf Lessons
The summer Junior Golf Lessons are back at Willapa Harbor Golf Course this summer.

TC - LC's Most Wanted

Lewis County's Most Wanted - James A. Mueller
Lewis County's Most Wanted - James A. Mueller

James A. Mueller, 42, of Chehalis, is a dangerous suspect earnestly sought by authorities on two no-bail warrants and two $4,200 warrants in Lewis and Thurston Counties.


WCC - Pacific County

Construction Update & Travel Advisory

For the week of Saturday, May 18 - Friday, May 24

The following Washington State Department of Transportation construction and maintenance projects are expected to have some travel impacts within Southwest Washington. Motorists are encouraged to use caution when traveling in these areas and remember to " give 'em a brake " in construction zones.

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