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Legionnaires gather for annual breakfast at Rosburg Hall

Saturday was a great way to enjoy a delicious breakfast and support the military men and women who protect our freedoms. For over 20 years, folks bring their family and friends to the annual American...

 
 By Darrell Alexander    News    May 10, 2018

KM exercise was more than a house fire

The fire fighter training exercise last Thursday night was more than just a control burn of a dilapidated old county owned house; it was a night of inspiration as more than 30 volunteer fire fighters...

 

Robots rule at the high school

Wahkiakum Wohbot Wohundup robotics tournament was hosted by Wahkiakum School District and Wahkiakum 4-H last Thursday at Wahkiakum High School. There were so many robots, or "bots" as the kids call...

 

Brothers to reopen the Rosburg Store

The Rosburg store has been a local icon since Mable and Leoni Olsen built it at its present location in 1951. The original store, according to to Mike Swanson, was next to the Rosburg Community Hall....

 

On a night before Christmas

Grays River Grange #124 held their annual Christmas potluck with caroling, gift exchanges, numerous raffle drawings, and a visit from Santa. The food was sensational as well with a large variety of...

 

Crews close highway to recover log loader

On November 14 at 7:30 in the morning, Cathlamet resident Mike Paulsen was driving one of the Jerry DeBriae Logging trucks while towing a 60-ton log shuttle. Just as he crossed the Grays River Bridge...

 

Pioneer Lutheran Church hosts Finnish flavored Christmas Concert

Deep River Church sponsored their annual Christmas hosted by Michael Swanson, chairman of the Finnish Festival. About 100 people were in attendance to hear Naselle Children's Choir directed by Becky...

 

Thomas Middle School hosts chess tournament

On Saturday, November 4th, the chess tournament held at the John Thomas Middle School was titled the First Cathlamet Open. I was recently informed by Rick Nelson, the publisher of The Wahkiakum...

 

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