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Showing 17 articles from October 25, 2014.

WHH - Community

Volunteers needed for Thanksgiving dinner

The Willapa Harbor Ministerial Association is sponsoring the annual


WHH - Education

SB School District adopts Columbia Virtual Academy
South Bend School District has become part of the Columbia Virtual Academy (CVA) partnership, offering educational services online to students studying at home. From left is the staff that oversees the program: Dan Raymond (teacher), Jon Tienhaara (superi
SB School District adopts Columbia Virtual Academy

By Kayla Camenzind

The South Bend School District has joined a cooperative partnership with Columbia Virtual Academy (CVA) to offer regional K-12 students online educational services.



How to Check Up on Your Hospital

Dear Savvy Senior,

What resources can you recommend for researching hospitals? I need to get a knee replacement next year, and want to find a good, safe hospital to have it done in.

Shopping Around


WHH - Letters to the Editor

Ayers Listens, Cares, and Produces

We are writing this letter to endorse Lisa Ayers for Pacific County Commissioner.

Burke Really Does Work

For the life of me I cannot understand why any Democrat (or any working person) would vote for a right-wing anti-union Republican pretending to be an Independent.

Everyone Welcome at Senior Center

Senior meals are back. Monica, your favorite cook, is back too.

All at the newly remodeled Lutheran Church, you won't believe how nice it is. And Weyerhaeuser paid for a new kitchen that is handicapped assessable.

McClain Should Be Elected Pacific County Prosecutor

Mark McClain should be elected Pacific County Prosecutor. For too long the current prosecutor has given crime a soft ride. Serious cases have been plea bargained and convicted criminals too often assigned only community service.

PC Senior Center Hosting Silent Auction

Dear Business Owner,

The Pacific County Senior Center is hosting a silent auction November 17-Dec 6. We are asking for donations to benefit the Senior Nutrition Program.

Swanson Helped Expose Culture of Near Corruption at PUD #2

We need more transparency, not less, at our Public Utility District #2. The candidate for PUD #2 Commissioner Position #1, running against current commissioner Mike Swanson, has been hand-picked by the Chief Engineer of PUD #2, as the Chief Engineer is in line to become the next General Manager when the current General Manager, Doug Miller, retires and moves onto another choice, kush assignment for which he has reportedly been tapped. We have seen how this works with our former County Commissioner Chair.


WHH - Sports

Case's Pond gives you 10
Case's Pond sits waiting for those wishing to cast out a pole for the November Rainbow Trout run. Open for all anglers starting Nov. 1 for the month with a daily limit of ten.
Case's Pond gives you 10

Up the road at Case's Pond, the juvenile fishing hole, the daily limit has been increased to 10, with no size restriction and open for all anglers.

Lady Seagulls notch two wins; Valley splits two matches

Raymond whipped host Rainier last Thursday 25-7, 25-18 and 25-12.


WHH - Health

Walk-in flu shots

The Pacific County Health Department


WHH - Dining

Senior Center Menu

The Pacific County Senior Center is located at 324 Jackson Street in Raymond. Meals are served at 11:45 for those 60 and over for a suggested donation of $4. Under 60 will pay $8 a meal. This week's menu includes:


WHH - Miscellaneous News

Herrera Beutler will post veterans' stories on website

Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler (R-Vancouver) announced that she will be sharing the stories of Southwest Washington's veteran heroes on her website again this November.


WHH - Photos + Videos

Bring it on home!
Bring it on home!

Raymond Preschool takes the day at the Shaffner Farm in Montesano. The school went to the pumpkin patch Oct. 20-21. Kids take a hayride to the pumpkin patch and bring back their choice of the orange orbs. The only rule is that they need to be able to carry the pumpkin that they choose. The kids take them home to decorate their houses during the Halloween season. The trip is paid for from the Raymond Schools Foundation.


WHH - Glance at the Past

A Glance at the Past 10-29-14
A Glance at the Past 10-29-14

A Glance at the Past

100 years ago from the Raymond Herald

October 23, 1914

Wave of burglaries strokes Raymond

Two attempted burglaries and one hold up in one night is the record reported to the police force of Raymond last Saturday morning, and is a very unusual one for this place, where such attempts are rare as a rule. The business houses in which the attempts were made were the West Coast Meat Market on Commercial Street and the barber shop and cigar store of B. I. Batinovich on First Street.


WHH - Restaurant Inspections

September 2014 Restaurant Inspections

Inspection date: 9/23/2014

The Cove at Peninsula Golf Course

Bare hand contact with food observed, 25 red

Berry Patch

Pooled eggs, 5 red

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