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Showing 9 articles from June 21, 2014.

WHH - Front Page

Local College Graduates Ready to Make a Difference
Jerika Miller
Local College Graduates Ready to Make a Difference

Jerika Miller, SBHS Class of 2009

Eastern Washington University

Honors: Graduated Cum Laude with a GPA of 3.5

Raymond passes second reading of new marijuana laws

By Kayla Camenzind

Last Monday, June 16, the Raymond City Council discussed a plethora of issues currently facing the city. The Council passed a second reading of the revised medical cannabis laws.

Summertime swim
Summertime swim

Summertime swim

These kids had fun at the pool last Thursday, June 19, during the first week of the pool’s opening. Call Aaron Carney at 942-7181 or the pool at 942-4151 to sign up for private lessons or group lessons session two, starting July 14. From left are Emma Kaivo, Emily Dellanoy, Matthew Wilson, Tristan Coggill.



WHH - Education

WVHS Scholarships

George A. Cady Memorial scholarship (renewable): Emily Fluke, $500. L.J. Crogstad Memorial scholarship: Emily Fluke, $250. Blake Ritzman Memorial scholarship: Hailey Hosler/Lauren Friese/Mackenzie Trotter/Emily Fluke, $300. Dennis Family scholarship: Cody Buchanan, $500.



Plant flowers for You, Not the Deer
Plant flowers for You, Not the Deer

How a garden grows

Trying to start a flower garden but having trouble keeping the deer out? This week, expert gardener and former Master Gardener Sue Pattillo has suggestions for plants that deer will turn up their noses at. Pattillo is also a member of the Valley Blue Jeans, a garden club in the Valley.

The Sunday Phenomenon

Kayla’s European Travel Tales

For a lot of us, Sundays are nothing more than another day to get things done. It’s a day get groceries, mow the lawn, vacuum, or pick up some new tools.

When to See a Geriatrician

Dear Savvy Senior,

What kinds of health problems do geriatricians treat? My mother, who’s 80, takes several different medications for various health problems, but she hasn’t been feeling herself lately. I’m wondering if she would benefit by seeing a geriatrician in place of her regular family doctor.

Inquiring Daughter


WHH - Local News

Long-term development projects underway at EDC

Paul Philpots, the relatively new director of the Pacific County Economic Development Council, has been working on some long-term economic projects since taking over. New strategies and further development on projects will become more visible in 2015, Philpots explained.


WHH - Harbor Happenings

Harbor Happenings 6-25-14
Harbor Happenings 6-25-14
Harbor Happenings


Yoga at DSHS

Integral Hatha Yoga meets Monday, Wednesday and Saturday at the DSHS building in South Bend. Classes for Beginners + are from 10:30-11:45 on Monday and Wednesday and 9-10:15 Saturday. Classes for Chair + are Mondays and Wednesdays from 9-10:15 and 10:30-11:45 on Saturdays. For more info call Tara (Tina) Jaffe at 934-5630.

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