The Wahkiakum County Eagle

Local News

Thu, Jan 28, 2010 

 

WCN begins monthly update columns

Hello from Wahkiakum Community Network! By writing to you monthly, we hope to reach out to the community and to keep you “In The Know” on the great things happening with our coalition and in our community.

Workshop speakers give rural living advice

On February 13 at Rosburg Hall, local sponsors are offering a free workshop to share new and not-so-new tools for rural life in the area.

What's happening at the Fair?

Wed, Jan 27, 2010 

 

Parent faults school for no notification of self defense class

Wahkiakum School District's board of directors heard a complaint from a parent and acted on other business in a short meeting January 20.

Sat, Jan 23, 2010 

 

Library closed

Thu, Jan 21, 2010 

 

Complexities of timber markets sway recovery

The Washington Department of Natural Resources says the worst may be over for beleaguered Northwest sawmills and timber companies.

Washington, Oregon traffic laws differ

Wahkiakum drivers need to be aware of the new driving laws that took effect in Oregon January 1.

County, WDFW seek chum program

The Elochoman Salmon hatchery could again produce fish under a plan discussed Tuesday by local and state officials.

Council works on library issues

Members of the Cathlamet Town Council worked on a lot of issues pertaining to the town library when they met Tuesday.

Special levy election ballots in the mail

Voters in the Wahkiakum and Naselle/Grays River Valley school districts will soon find election ballots in their mail.

Officials spar over bill, resolutions

Taxpayers might not realize the good news, but Wahkiakum County hasn't set tax levies for this year. That should change early today (Thursday) when the commissioners reconvene a recessed meeting

Library posts annual report

FAFF takes time to celebrate grandmas

SAR presents the 9 rules for survival

What's Happening at the Fair?

We have a winner! The 102nd winning fair theme is ‘Blue Jeans and Country Dreams.’

Thu, Jan 14, 2010 

 

Park recovering from storms

Skamokawa Vista Park is filled with the sounds of chainsaws after getting a needed breather from bad weather. The park’s storm damage clean up has begun.

State scholarship program helps with college costs

Washington State’s College Bound Scholarship program funds a variety of financial aid programs to help students and their families pay for college.

Legislature looking for answers

The 2010 Washington Legislature convened for an emergency 60-day session Monday with lawmakers searching for ways to fix a $2.6 billion budget deficit.

Commissioners discuss septic, Grays River issues

Wahkiakum County commissioners on Tuesday acted on routine business and heard reports on controversial issues.

Wahkiakum PUD discusses wind turbine possibilities

Wahkiakum PUD commissioners and staff met January 5 to discuss weather, wind turbines, and other matters.


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