Articles published Thu, Feb 25, 2010
Willapa Hills to play Redmen Hall
Master Gardeners present seed exchange
Garage sale and bake sale this weekend
Feb 25th 2010
Port 2 fires manager, okays fees; Bradwood LNG opponents take case to commissioners once again;
Former manager much appreciated
Disappointment at manager's dismissal
Bradwood LNG opponents take case to commissioners once again
Ask for more, opponents of the proposed Bradwood Landing liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving plant told Wahkiakum County commissioners on Tuesday.
Port 2 fires manager, okays fees
Wahkiakum Port District No. 2 commissioners held the rates and fees hearing for public comment on February 16 and approved the rates and fees for 2010 as well as dealing with port and park operations.
Naselle board considers summit
Naselle school board members were honored for their service to district students at their meeting on February 16.
At the end of their meeting Februrary 16, Port District 2 Commissioners Kayrene Gilbertsen, Carlton Appelo and Brian O'Connor adjourned to executive session with Manager Steve McClain and Attorney Jennifer Hanigan.
PUD considers Packwood deal
Commissioners of Wahkiakum PUD once again discussed their one percent interest in the Packwood Dam at their meeting on February 16 and listened to their Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) account executive and staff present on the possible benefits and costs for small shares.
Board acts on business
Wahkiakum School District's board of directors held a short meeting Monday and breezed through a short agenda.
Wahkiakum ranks 24th in county health rankings
Laverne E. Neilson
Norma Mae Johnson
Jerry W. Anderson
Sheriff's Report - February 25, 2010
Wahkiakum Superior Court
March has many events scheduled
Bain signs letter of intent to Eastern Oregon
Wahkiakum High School senior Tyson Bain on Monday signed a letter of intent to enroll and play football at Eastern Oregon University in LaGrande.
Comets stop Mossyrock
The Naselle Comets beat the Mossyrock Vikings 64-41 Tuesday to stay alive in the Class 2b boys district basketball tournament.
Comets top Mules to advance at district
The Naselle Comets pulled away from the Wahkiakum Mules in the fourth quarter to claim a 65-42 win in the SW Washington Class 2B Basketball Tournament on Saturday.
Lady Mules win 2, move to semifinal
The Wahkiakum Lady Mules opened the SW Washington Class 2B basketball tournament with two wins and moved into a semifinal game against Napavine last night (Wednesday) after The Eagle had gone to press.
Mules wrestlers fall short at state
This past weekend the Mule wrestling team competed in the 22nd Mat Classic, the state tournament for wrestling in Washington State.