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ASOC to present "Peter Pan: A Musical Adventure"

The Astor Street Opry Company will present “Peter Pan: A Musical Adventure” for youths, with special permission from Pioneer Drama Service. Show dates are Saturday and Sundays, February 17, 18, 24, 25 and March 3, 4. All shows are at 2 p.m. The...

 

State Parks free days of 2018 schedule released

The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission their schedule for free days, when visitors to state parks will not need a Discover Pass for day-use visits. State Parks free days are in keeping with the legislation that created the Discover...

 

Coming Events--Community Center in Cathlamet

In reference to last week’s letter to the editor from George Wehrfritz, I wanted to take this opportunity to express that The Community Center supports creating and sustaining a community of inclusion. We respect and value the unique contributions...

 

Elizabeth Dunham

A life long resident of Wahkiakum county, Elizabeth (Beth) Ann Dunham, 77, died at her Grays River residence on January 18, 2018. The daughter of Leonard and Minnie (Hutton) Quigley II, she was born in Cathlamet on October 5, 1940. She grew up in...

 

Hundreds turn out for March for Life

Story and photos by Taylor McAvoy WNPA Olympia News Bureau OLYMPIA (Jan. 22) -- Under a sea of umbrellas, hundreds of pro-life activists held roses and signs on the steps of the Capitol Legislative...

 

Legislature passes bill to settle water use dispute

By Alex Visser WNPA Olympia News Bureau OLYMPIA (Jan. 19) -- One of the year’s most important legislative battles in Washington state came to a surprisingly quick conclusion last Thursday evening when a water-use bill passed both chambers and went...

 

Capital Budget passed, but housing issues still remain

By Josh Kelety WNPA Olympia News Bureau OLYMPIA (Jan. 19) --The state Legislature passed a capital budget on Jan. 18—a day late for affordable housing projects across the state to receive crucial funding. Affordable housing developers had until 5 p...

 

Lady Mules roll over Adna, Winlock

After a tough loss last week to Napavine, the Wahkiakum Mules girls basketball team stepped up to a challenge from Adna on Thursday, and got an easy win in Winlock on Tuesday. The Lady Mules pulled...

 

Tigers, Pirates hand losses to Mule boys

An injury in practice last week left the Wahkiakum Mules without senior Zach Brown for an indeterminate time, and the young basketball program lost two more games against tough teams this week. On...

 

School Sports

Comet Boys Basketball January 18 WA School for the Deaf 3:30/7:00 23 at Columbia Adventist 3:30/7:00 25 Firm Foundation 7:00 30 Wash. School for the Deaf 7:00 31 at Willapa Valley 5:00/7:30 February 2 at Three Rivers Christian 3:30/7:00 Home games...

 

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