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Key Club Haunted House

Above: Key Club members at the 2015 Haunted House. The Wahkiakum High School Key Club will host their 2nd Annual Haunted House on October 30 and 31 from 7-9 p.m. at the high school. Admission is $5...

 

Marine Corps birthday celebration planned

Peden Marine Corps League Daniel E. Crockett Detachment 1228 will host a celebration in honor of the Marine Corps' 241st birthday on November 12 at Uptown Café, in Warrenton. All Marines, family and friends of the Corps are welcome. The evening...

 

Bats, spiders and owls, oh my!

Lewis and Clark National Historical Park presents an evening of stories, activities and exploration of night creatures, at 5 p.m., Friday October 28. Spiders got you down? Are you up in the air over bats? Are you wise about owls? Sounds like you’d...

 

Volunteers gather to tidy up the town

Nearly 30 volunteers showed up to help with the first Tidy the Town event, sponsored by the Pioneer Community Association. Several of the people who gave up their Saturday morning in service were new...

 

Homecoming at WHS

Wahkiakum High School celebrated homecoming last week. RayAnna Carlon was named homecoming queen. Above: Members of the court were back, left to right: Heidi Bruntmyer, Elijah Doiron, Charlie Ashe,...

 

Citizens invited to get involved

This is the fourth part of my disaster preparedness series, and this week I am going to discuss how you can get involved. In the face of emergencies and disaster, Americans come together with courage, compassion and unity and ask, “How can I...

 

Cross Country

Three members of the Wahkiakum Mules cross country team competed in the 2B District 4 League Championships in Mossyrock last Thursday. Alex Peachey Mellis took 55th place in the boys’ 5,000 meter race with a time of 24:15.2. Seth Kuljis finished...

 

Study evaluates juvenile salmon in Columbia tidewater

Juvenile chinook salmon density in shallow habitats downstream of Bonneville Dam is largely due to time of year, but density does differ across habitat types. The best habitats, according to a recent study, included those with higher percentages of...

 

Razor clam dig at Twin Harbors canceled

Elevated marine toxin levels have prompted the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) to cancel a razor clam dig scheduled to start Friday at Twin Harbors. State shellfish managers already scratched a dig at Long Beach – that was also...

 
 By Rick Nelson    Sports    October 27, 2016

Mules trample Cards; face Ducks for playoff

With a 42-6 win over the Winlock Cardinals last Friday, the Wahkiakum Mules kept themselves alive in a quest to advance to post season football playoffs. The Mules need to win at Toutle Lake this Frid...

 

Lady Mules split with Kalama, Pe Ell

The Wahkiakum Mules volleyball team split games this week losing in Kalama and beating Pe Ell at home. Last Thursday, the team lost to the Chinooks in Kalama, 13-25, 16-25, and 20-25. "Coming into...

 

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