Articles published Thu, May 28, 2009
Health center to considercountyclinic
Swine flu advances; arena bid awarded
The swine flu H1N1 virus that has swept around the world is getting closer to Wahkiakum County, public health officials said Tuesday.
Groups discuss Kandoll Road flood repair
Local government and non-profit conservation groups will meet to discuss repairs to Kandoll Road and related drainage issues.
Naselle school board hears reports
Jada Rupley, associate superintendent for the Educational Service District (ESD) 112, presented the Naselle-Grays River School Board an ECEAP update at...
School board actson varied issues
Wahkiakum School District board of directors acted on a variety of issues at their May 20 meeting, including:
Mules athletes will pay to playCoaches volunteer for pay cut
For five months, the Wahkiakum School Board has been searching for ways to offset a half million budget shortfall. From implementing a four-day school ...
Mule golfers win district crown
Scholarship program gets underway
Money for college is available for low income and foster students, thanks to the Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board.
Filing for elected office starts June 1
Class 2B SW District results
Bingham, Doumit, Nortrup win titles
Docent training offered at Redmen Hall
Memorial Day, 2009
On Memorial Day, we commemorate and celebrate with humble reverence the memory of absent comrades, all of whom epitomize and give true meaning to the words...
Why America's veterans should be honored