Articles published Tue, Feb 26, 2008
Lawrence to manage fair, foundation
The Wahkiakum Community Foundation announced this week the hiring of Puget Island resident Sarah Lawrence as the foundation's new executive director.
Stimulus funds enough for one road project
Federal economic stimulus money for Wahkiakum County public works will be almost enough to resurface one road, county Commissioners Dan Cothren, Blair ...
Mule wrestlers battle, but no state medals
Islanders hear dike maintenance concerns
Puget Island residents are going to have to clear large vegetation away from perimeter dikes, but not for a while, they learned Tuesday.
Grant to fund native plant greenhouse at NHS
Wirkkala receives principal honor
Alan Bennett, superintendent of the Naselle-Grays River School District, reported last week Naselle-Grays River K-8 Principal Karen Wirkkala has been elected...
School board discusses budget cuts
School districts everywhere are feeling the economic pinch and Wahkiakum School District is no exception. Superintendent Bob Garrett on Tuesday spoke to...
Comets fly by Mules in district
Lady Mules stifle Trojans in district
Clinic seeks help with fund raising
Extension hosts government conference for teens
What's Happening at the Fair?
With spring around the corner there’s never been a better time to clear out those closets. Whether it’s that lamp you never found a home for...