FOUR PACIFIC COUNTY SALMON RESTORATION PROJECTS RECEIVES $4,157,000 IN
NEW WASHINGTON COASTAL RESTORATION INTITIATIVE FUNDING
The Washington State Legislature awarded $11.185 million from the Capital Budget for a suite of habitat protection and restoration projects along the entire Washington Coast, including the Quinault Indian Nation, as well as Pacific, Grays Harbor, Clallam, Wahkiakum, Jefferson, Thurston, Lewis, and Mason counties. The Washington Coast Restoration Initiative (WCRI) will bring sustainable, family-wage jobs to dozens of small, rural communities from Neah Bay to the mouth of the Columbia.
This week (July 1st) the Willapa Harbor Herald starts the periodic Artist Showcase feature.
Area people are invited to display their sewing projects at the 2015 "Quilts on the Willapa" show scheduled July 31 and Aug. 1
The O.R. Nevitt P.O.O.L. Board would like to thank
Out in Elma District III Little League is running their Tournament of Champions for the 9-10 year old ball players.
The Koplitz Field House at South Bend High School is yielding speedy development as contractors have been working on the gym.
For over 50 years the Swiss Society has been holding their annual Schwingfest.
The recently passed Cannabis Patient Protection Act (SSB 5052) establishes regulations for the formerly unregulated medical marijuana system and aligns it with the existing recreational system.
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