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Showing 10 articles from July 4, 2013.

WHH - Front Page

Be Aware of Medicare Scams
Things are looking a little different out there.
Exhibit explores Washingtonians’ Depression-era stories
In Naselle

NASELLE – Join the Appelo Archives Center in Naselle for Hope in Hard Times: Washington During the Great Depression, opening Sunday, July 14 and running through October 5. This new traveling exhibit focuses on the adversity and triumph of everyday Americans, comparing the struggles of the 1930s with those faced today. The opening reception is from 5-7 p.m.


WHH - Community

Sand Bucket Bingo Friday
The Labor Day Committee

WHH - Education

Camezind graduates from GU
kayla camenzind
Camezind graduates from GU

Kayla Camenzind graduated Magna Cum Laude from Gonzaga University with a GPA of 3.83 on May 12.



Christmas in July


Have you heard of Christmas in July? Friends of mine celebrate their Christmas Holidays in mid-July since this is when their whole family can be together and the airport does not seem to be socked in with snow and fog for those traveling across country.

Congress Needs to do what’s Right for our Nation's Veterans
Each year as Congress assembles, new Legislative Bills are introduced as previously introduced Bills die. Some Bills relate to Vietnam veterans who did not have boots on ground.  Many served at sea and in the air that needs VA benefits including compensation for their survival. 
How Long Should We Keep The Sprinklers Running?
Our extended cool, wet spring can easily deceive us into thinking that our garden soils are holding enough water to sustain our plants.
How to Choose a Home Stair Lift



Dear Savvy Senior,


My wife is having an increasingly difficult time going up and down the stairs in our house. We are interested in purchasing a stair lift, but aren’t sure what to get or where to look. Can you help us?


WHH - Local News

Barbecue Cook-off Sept. 1

The Labor Day Committee will be hosting a BBQ cook-off on Saturday, September 1.


WHH - Sports

Coast Guard stresses water safety this summer

The 13th Coast Guard District reminds beachgoers and boaters of the importance of water safety during the summer holidays and all year-round.

Swimmers have been taking advantage of the warm weather by taking to the waves from the shores of Washington and Oregon. The Coast Guard has been experiencing a higher volume of beach-related search and rescue cases, with strong, unpredictable rip currents to blame.

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