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Thu, Jan 14, 2010 

 

What's happening at the Fair?

Thu, Jan 7, 2010 

 

County OK's radio upgrade

Wahkiakum County commissioners on Tuesday authorized the start of a major upgrade of the county's emergency radio services and heard reports and comments on issues ranging from floods to medical services.

Turkeys are not the only Christmas birds

Christmas is for the birds! That’s the annual message from the Audubon Society. Last week, volunteers from the Willapa Hills chapter of the Audubon Society braved rain, wind and snow to count a total of 115 bird species in parts of Wahkiakum, Clatsop and Cowlitz counties after Christmas.

TV repairman one of a dying breed

An attitude of kindness is often your first impression when meeting Paul Dufek. He moves quickly, much like the current running through the televisions he works on.

What's happening at the Fair?

Following last week’s article in The Eagle discussing the proposed funding cuts for the fair I thought it would be best to clarify a couple key issues.

Grange News

Grays River Grange #124 had a very busy 2009. The year began with a flood. Thankfully, the Grange survived with minimal water in the entry but the water left with a muddy mess outside in the parking areas.

Family movie night this weekend

Finally! A theater in Wahkiakum ... well, almost. The Skamokawa Grange will host its first “Family Movie Night” celebration this weekend.

Thu, Dec 31, 2009 

 

Fish and Wildlife to continues trapping fish

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife's (WDFW) salmon trapping measures are well underway on the Grays and Elochoman rivers.

Port 1 preparing for 2010

Managers of Port District No. 1 expect solid revenue for operations and facility expansion of the Elochoman Slough Marina in 2010.

Fair dealing with funding cut

The Wahkiakum County Fair still struggles to survive in a financial climate less hospitable than in years past.

What's happening at the Fair?

It’s been an interesting and rewarding year for the fairgrounds, resulting in an amazing new arena.

Thu, Dec 17, 2009 

 

H1N1 vaccine restrictions lifted

Washington State public health agency administrators and health officers has decided to lift priority group restrictions and make H1N1 vaccine available...

Stoves make the smoke

Winter fires may be cozy but pollutants in smoke can damage lungs, hurt eyes and smell up your house.

Clinic transition coming soon

The saga of the Wahkiakum’s Family Practice Clinic is over.

Commissioners finish budgets, discuss LNG issues

Wahkiakum County commissioners discussed LNG, state budget cuts and other issues in a short meeting Tuesday morning.

Cold spell strains, snaps water pipes

Last week's cold spell created havoc for public and private water systems around Wahkiakum County.

On Scene

I would like to take a moment and again remember the four fallen Lakewood Police Officers whom were murdered senselessly on November 29, 2009 while protecting...

What's Happening at the Fair?

We’ve seen snow, sleet, hail and a little freezing rain but I’m delighted to confirm the fair grounds are still standing.Volunteer Paul Lawrence...

Thu, Dec 10, 2009 

 

County outlines ordinance update

Wahkiakum County planners will present issues involved in updating the county Critical Areas Ordinance next month in public meetings.

County finishing 2010 budgets

Wahkiakum County commissioners hope to wrap up work on the county's 2010 budgets today (Thursday).


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