Jerika Miller, SBHS Class of 2009
Eastern Washington University
Honors: Graduated Cum Laude with a GPA of 3.5
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.
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.
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.
How a garden grows
Kayla’s European Travel Tales
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.
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.
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