Throughout the month of October, anyone who signs up for a new Timberland Regional Library (TRL) card at any of the 27 branches in Grays Harbor, Lewis, Mason, Pacific or Thurston counties, will be eligible to win one of five new Nook eReaders.
GEAR UP (Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs) is a federally funded program that serves an entire cohort of
Tales from the Lion's Den
By DICK WOODS
And then the Rains came. When I wrote this it hadn't rained for several weeks. Willapa Harbor Lions has kicked off its 8thAnnual Rain Derby ticket sales. For a dollar an entry you can guess the amount of rainfall for the year and the month of December.
Dear Savvy Senior,
How can you know when someone has a gambling problem? Since my father passed away a couple years ago, my 76-year-old mother spends a lot of time at an Indian casino near her house playing slot machines.
Washington Fish and Wildlife Department (WDFW) Commissioners have recommend the closing of Willapa Bay's Nemah and Naselle State salmon hatcheries, in their 2015 biennial budget request.
Kayla's Travel Tales
By Kayla Camenzind
Vieques is an island eight miles off the coast of Puerto Rico with some of the best beaches in the Caribbean. At 21 miles long and four miles wide, a beach is within walking distant almost no matter where you are on the island.
We are a community of loggers, farmers, and fishermen. It is both the lifeblood of our economy and central to our community's identity.
It has been a privilege to serve the ratepayers, the owners and the Public in our Public Utility District for the past five years.
Firewood enthusiasts, mark your calendars for Saturday, September 27th,
SOUTH BEND - Willapa Harbor Hospital is pleased to announce that Nasreen Keyl, Physicians Assistant (P.A.), joined the Pacific Family Health Clinic 0n September 15.
Local law enforcement agencies in Pacific County are calling Rod Run a successful event, with no major incidents to report over the weekend of events.
Last Thursday, U.S. Senator Patty Murray (D-WA) released the following statement after the passage of the continuing resolution to fund the federal government, which included a provision that expires in three months authorizing the Administration to train and equip vetted anti-ISIL fighters. The bill passed the Senate 78-22.
Photo by Vivian Edersheim
Senator Brian Hatfield (D-Raymond) picked up the Willapa Harbor Quilters' 2014 raffle quilt Sept. 9. The happy winner bought $10 in tickets at Everybody's during summer ticket sales, then one of those tickets was pulled out of the barrel Aug. 23 at the end of the Pacific County Fair. The quilters always ask a non-member, usually a passerby, to pull the winning ticket; this year the person who happened to be walking by was Lenora Tanaka of Lebam. Senator Hatfield said the quilt makes a perfect present to his wife, Jackie, for their second wedding anniversary, which is often remembered with a cotton gift. The quilt, of course, is made of cotton.
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