Articles published Thu, Nov 8, 2007
WSU Extension - 4-H creates stronger communities
A new study confirms that youth involved in 4-H are leaders, contribute to their communities and are civically engaged, which strengthens communities.
FOS to hold annual meeting
The Friends of Skamokawa Foundation will hold its annual meeting on November 11 at 3 p.m. in the Riverlife Interpretive Center at Redmen Hall in Skamokawa...
Help those in need have a happy Thanksgiving
Wahkiakum County Health and Human Services is again coordinating Thanksgiving baskets for Wahkiakum County's needy families.
WHS alum graduates basic military training
Wahkiakum High School graduate Wayne K. Reid has graduated from basic military training as an Air Force Airman 1st Class. During the six weeks of training...
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Citizens: Give Extension a 2nd chance
Three dozen Wahkiakum County residents or friends of Washington State University Cooperative Extension filled the county commissioners’ meeting room...
Walker Riley 9th in state CC
Wahkiakum Mule senior Walker Riley finished ninth overall at the Washington Class B Cross Country Meet last Saturday in Pasco.
Citizens comment on Bradwood EIS
Staff of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) heard comments on the draft environmental impact statement for a proposed liquefied natural gas...
Brady, Goodroetake early leads in local elections
Second time is apparently a charm for Blair Brady, Democrat candidate for county commissioner representing District 3, Skamokawa and the Westend.
Family center faces county budget cut
St. James Family Center Executive Director Beth Hansen wants the community to know that while funding from Wahkiakum County has been cut, programs have...
Naselle, Westendhome sales slow
Editor's note: The Eagle recently surveyed real estate firms in eastern Wahkiakum County about trends in housing sales. Here is a report from firms working...
Clinic: Clinicians sought, survey set
The advisory committee working with the Wahkiakum Family Practice Clinic continues to work at the drawing board.
Town implements new billing system
The Town of Cathlamet has implemented an updated computerized billing system.
McNally, Pharr lead Mountaineer defense
Two Wahkiakum High School graduates have become leaders on the defensive team of the Eastern Oregon University Mountaineer football team.
Youth club volleyball begins
There will be an informational meetingfor those interested in youth club volleyball November 14 at 6 p.m. in the high school cafeteria.
Mules 3rd at district,head to state VB tourney
The Wahkiakum Lady Mules volleyball team earned a berth to state by winning three of four games at the district playoffs at Montesano on Saturday.
Mossyrock knocks Mules out of playoffs
The Wahkiakum Mule football season came to end last Saturday as the Mossyrock Vikings won a three-way tiebreaker for the Central League's third and final...