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Thu, May 3, 2012 

 

Students perform spirited Cinderella

The JA Wendt/John C Thomas Parent Teacher Organization hosted the Missoula Children’s Theatre’s production of Cinderella last Saturday. Young actors performed a spirited twist on the classic Grimm’s story for families, community members and friends over the weekend.

Campaign highlights domestic violence, sexual assault

“Domestic violence and sexual assault are real problems,” asserts Susan Schillios, manager of The Charlotte House, a program of St. James Family Center.

Stuggle continues to find funds to fix Steamboat Slough dike

Local officials are continuing their search to find funds to save the eroding shoreline and dike on Steamboat Slough Road.

Unemployment rate down, but still high

Unemployment in Wahkiakum County dropped from 12.3 percent in February to 11.9 percent in March, according to the latest statistics from the state Employment Security Department.

Wed, May 2, 2012 

 

PUD water crew deals with losses

The Wahkiakum PUD water crew is working to lessen and prevent ongoing water losses in both the Western Wahkiakum and Puget Island Water Systems, PUD commissioners heard at Tuesday’s meeting.

Mon, Apr 30, 2012 

 

Position open on Naselle/Grays River school board

District seeking applicants to fill position

Thu, Apr 26, 2012 

 

Election 2012

Judge seeks reelection, business owner challenges for District #2 commissioner seat

German singer volunteers for farm work

Olivia Stahn wanted to see the countryside while she traveled the United States, so she spent a week volunteering at Carol Carver and George Exum’s Island’s End Farm on Puget Island.

DNR outlines plans for county timber sales

The Washington Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is putting together a plan that will yield Wahkiakum County government just over $1 million per year for the next three years in revenue from state managed trust timber land.

Commissioners hear fishery report

Commissioners from Clatsop, Columbia and Wahkiakum counties on Tuesday discussed salmon fishery and other issues with representatives of the Fish and Wildlife Departments of Washington and Oregon.

Middle school students hold elections

Students bounced into the JC Thomas Middle School gymnasium Friday afternoon clad in brightly colored t-shirts and carrying signs to promote their favorite candidate.

Naselle woman runs the Boston Marathon

Standing at the starting line, amidst thousands of the world's top runners, one can only think of the many miles that have led to this single race.

Students jump into play for Saturday

It was with open arms that Directors Ted Drury and Eli Halterman welcomed a group of Wahkiakum School District’s top thespian talent on Monday.

Wed, Apr 25, 2012 

 

Construction ahead at local schools

Principal, clerk and 3 coaches submit their resignations

Thu, Apr 19, 2012 

 

Town, county continue library talks

Officials from the Town of Cathlamet and Wahkiakum County agreed Tuesday to continue discussions of the town's request for support of a temporary relocation of the Bradley Library to the Cathlamet Food Mart Building in Rosedale.

Council adjusting sewer, water rules

Sewer rated to rise to build reserves

Wendt students paddle their way to outdoor learning

“We had the greatest day of our lives,” said fifth grade student Kayla Wisner when asked about the class canoe trip through the Elochoman Slough.

Naselle preschoolers take part in Arbor Day

In the spirit of Arbor Day, three, four and five year olds attending Naselle Play and Learn came together this week to plant, nurture and celebrate trees.

Port 1 commission considers fire plans

Port District 1 commissioners were all ears Thursday as Jim Wilson from Wahkiakum Fire District #4 discussed policies for emergency response at the Marina.

PUD works on leak, outage, fiber optics

Reports about a water leak, a planned power outage, and a construction project occupied Wahkiakum PUD commissioners at their April 18 meeting.


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