Articles published Thu, May 13, 2010
Faubions open pond for trout fishing
Great White Tail Run gets underway Saturday
Genealogy club to meet
Congress, Senate hopefuls to address Republicans
County gets new Noxious Weed Control Manager
Youth Adventure Program gears up
Fashion and fun at Rosburg Hall Sunday
I hope everyone enjoyed the couple of days of sunshine we had last weekend, and that all the Moms had a wonderful day on Sunday.
Public meeting laws must be followed
Kudos to Steven Sultemeier and Steve Gacke for taking the Naselle/Grays River Valley School Board of Directors to task over alleged violations of the state Open Public Meetings Act.
ShoreBank CEO responds to comments on proposed National Heritage Area
A tremendous thank you
Golf course grows, expands over the years
One doesn’t normally think of taking younger children to the golf course but Mary Remer would like that to change. She, along with husband Mike, own Skyline Golf Course in Cathlamet.
Electric car electrifies class
It went zipping around the Wahkiakum High School running track at 10-15 miles per hour. The Tri-Magnum three wheeled electric vehicle made its first shake-down run last Friday to determine stability and where any adjustments might need to be made.
WHS students raise money for miracles
During the past two weeks, members of the student council have been organizing activities to benefit Doernbecher Children's Hospital of Portland, which specializes in treating children.
Men allege meetings violations
Two men sue Naselle/Grays River Valley School District over meeting notices
Port 2 settles water bill, OK's roofing bids
Commissioners of Wahkiakum County Port District 2 held a special meeting last Friday to consider two items.
ShoreBank seeks indication of support
Whether or not Wahkiakum County is included in a proposed Columbia/Pacific National Heritage Area (NHA) will be decided very soon.
What's Happening at the Fair?
Farm market sets opening day record
Sheriff's Report - May 13, 2010
Popcorn popper theft a real shame
Sadly, our Skamokawa Grange is missing an item that had been purchased so that the entire community could enjoy it: a commercial popcorn maker.
High School Track and Field results