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Wahkiakum Lions Club honors

The Wahkiakum Lions recently honored Casey Wilson as the September Student of the Month. Casey is a 3-sport athlete and also gives volunteer time with youth sports. He plans to attend Boise State...

 

Annual neewollaH (sic) Days festivities to be held October 31

Join the Chamber of Commerce at the Bank of the Pacific in Cathlamet, 56 Main Street, for neewollaH Days, at 4:00 p.m., on October 31. There will be goody bags for all kids in costume plus drawings for bigger prizes. Refreshments will also be...

 

Girl Scout troop invites members

Girl Scouts and volunteers are invited to join a newly forming troop in Cathlamet. Girl Scouts is about building girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place. Membership is only $25 a year. and financial assistance...

 

"Slow Down, Move Over" emphasis patrol Oct. 18-20

Washington State Patrol (WSP) troopers will conduct a statewide “Slow Down, Move Over” emphasis from October 18-20. The purpose is to help both troopers and citizens get home safe by bringing awareness to the “Move Over Law.” In the last two...

 

Seafood Direct Marketing Course for fishermen starts Monday

In cooperation with the University of Alaska SeaGrant, WSU Wahkiakum County Extension is offering a tuition-free course in Direct Seafood Marketing for commercial fishermen and their families. Upon completion participants will be able to: •...

 

PUD: Grays River transformer should be replaced at a cost of $1 million

General Manager Dave Tramblie had some potentially expensive news at the Wahkiakum County PUD Board of Commissioner’s meeting on Tuesday morning, and a date was set for a budget a rate hearing in November. Tramblie shared a report he had received...

 

Wahkiakum High School FFA holds dinner/auction

On Wednesday, October 11, students participating in the Wahkiakum High School FFA held their first ever dinner and auction of the year. The students had several goals with the dinner: First and foremost, it was a great opportunity to teach the...

 

Washington hunters reminded to be aware of noxious weeds

As hunters head into the backcountry this fall, several state agencies are asking them to watch out for noxious weeds, to report any they find and to take easy steps to prevent their spread. The Washington Invasive Species Council, Washington State...

 

Wahkiakum Cross Country

The Wahkiakum Mules cross country team competed in the 5,000 meter JW Black Lake XC event in Ilwaco on October 10. Junior Leif Carroll took 51st place amongst the boy runners with a time of 27:47. 7. Freshman Ellie Hiatt led the Mule girls with a...

 

Warriors place third in division

On Thursday October 12, the Warriors football team had an exciting matchup with the Winlock Cardinals. The Cardinals did not have enough players to play 11-man football so the Warriors had to prepare...

 
 By Rick Nelson    Sports    October 19, 2017

Mules upset Toledo with 18-7 victory

The Wahkiakum Mules shocked the state's fifth ranked Toledo Indians in an 18-7 Central League River Division football game last Friday. Coming off a strong performance in a loss last week to Kalama,...

 

Lady Mules split with Adna and Mossyrock

The Wahkiakum Mules volleyball team split games this week and improved their record to 5-2 in league and 8-3 overall. They faced Adna at home on Thursday and beat the Lady Pirates in three sets,...

 

Wahkiakum Girls Volleyball goes PINK

The Wahkiakum High School girls volleyball team has opted to "Go Pink" during the month of October as a means of bringing awareness to breast cancer. Breast cancer affects more than 200,000 women...

 

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