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Showing 12 articles from November 2, 2014.

WHH - Front Page

Legislators tour South Bend School District

SOUTH BEND - Washington's 19th Legislative District legislators attended a school visitation in the South Bend School District last Wednesday. Sen. Brian Hatfield, Rep. Dean Takko, and Rep. Brian Blake toured Chauncey Davis Elementary and South Bend Junior/Senior High School, after being invited by Superintendent Jon Tienhaara for the visit.

Raymond Council makes quick business at meeting


With a full compliment of city council members and department heads, save Fire Chief Todd Strozyk who was away for training, the Raymond City Council held two Public Hearings,

Recreational marijuana now available in Pacific County
Photo by Scot Pearson Dave and Marika waited for almost two hours as the new recreational marijuana store opened in Raymond. Mr. Doobees is scheduled to be open five days a week from 12-7 pm, ready to serve Raymond, South Bend and Pacific County residents
Recreational marijuana now available in Pacific County


With little fanfare the latest recreational marijuana store has opened in Raymond and is the first retail operation for Pacific County. Mr. Doobees spent the weekend getting ready for the non-advertised opening, and greeted their first customers just after noon on Monday, Nov. 3.


WHH - Fish and Wildlife

Fish and Wildlife gives go-ahead for eight days of digging

Clam diggers can return to coastal beaches starting Tuesday, Nov. 4, to dig razor clams during the first of two planned openings in November.

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) approved the latest round of evening digs after marine toxin test results showed the clams are safe to eat. Digging is not allowed on any beach before noon.


WHH - Education

Raymond Jr/Sr High School receives award

Raymond High School has been recognized as a



Freshwater Shortage Looming as Next World Crisis

Remember the rhyme of the Ancient Mariner: "Water, water everywhere, but not a drop to drink?"

Even though water covers 70 percent of the Earth's surface, less than two percent is freshwater. Therein lies the problem. As the world's population grows, demand for water is increasing; in periods of drought it becomes a crisis.


WHH - Letters to the Editor

Our Government: "No They Can't"

We all have watched and read accounts of the world events in the past few months: IRS, Bengasi, Obamacare, veteran's poor health care service, immigration, Iran, Iraq, Middle East Conflict, ISIS, Ebola... none of these issues were well managed by our government. For sure we have been misled, lied to, and been fooled by government happy talk. Common sense is missing at to many levels in government. The vast majority of people now believe, "our country is going to hell in a hand-basket." There is no trust.


WHH - Sports

Lady Indians play well in District losses

Napavine defeated South Bend in five games, 25-23, 18-25, 16-25, 25-18, 15-8, in an opening round match at the District IV Volleyball Tournament Saturday at Lacey.

Lady Seagulls survive with win over Rainier

Raymond stayed alive at the District IV Volleyball Tournament by defeating Rainier in four games in a loser-out match Saturday at Toutle Lake.

Vikes' seasons ends

Willapa Valley lost two games at the District IV Volleyball Tournament and was eliminated from further competition.


WHH - Photos + Videos

Pizza party!
Pizza party!

Every month the Raymond Elementary School focuses on a character trait, October's being responsibility. So the students practiced responsibility throughout the month and at the end of the month the teacher selects a student to get treated to a pizza party with the principal, Mr. Cady.


WHH - State News

State Parks offering 'free day' Nov. 11

The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission announces the final free day of 2014 is November 11 in honor of Veterans Day. Visitors will not be required to display the Discover Pass to visit a state park.

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