Articles published Thu, Jun 3, 2010
Baby-sitter boot camp set
Church workshop aims to protect children
Ceremonies honor outstanding students
As I sit here writing this column, I’m more than a little sore after a wonderful weekend with our kids in central Oregon and our oldest son and his family from California.
Too early to vote no on heritage area proposal
Focus on local stories, people appreciated
Board OK's tide gate work, plans biosolids ordinance
Wahkiakum County Commissioners on Tuesday approved a proposal to work with the US Fish and Wildlife Service to repair a tide gate and culvert on Brooks Slough Road.
PUD commission considers water hikes
Naselle school board hears varied reports
The Naselle-Grays River Valley School Board met on May 18 and heard reports from students and staff.
Filing opens Monday for fall elections
Filing for elected positions on the 2010 primary and general election ballots runs next Monday through Friday in the county auditor's office
Court security extended
Wahkiakum County officials are working on a plan to continue funding security officers for the county district and superior courts.
Mass casualty exercise to test regional emergency response
Wahkiakum County is slated to take part in a simulated mass casualty exercise scheduled for next Thursday, June 10, from 9a.m. until 3p.m..
New name, new look at Redmen Hall's gift shop
What’s got into those Redman Hall volunteers? They’ve been re-energized. The downstairs portion of the Hall has been reorganized to give the merchandise a pleasant and inviting look.
Trooper on hand to honor his heroes
The Long Beach police and civilians who helped save Washington State Patrol trooper Scott Johnson after he was shot in the line of duty were honored at a ceremony last Wednesday.
Bald Eagle Days, boat festival coming
Ecotrust funds restoration projects in Grays River
The Columbia River Estuary Study Taskforce (CREST) was recently awarded $40,000 to begin conceptual designs for three restoration projects in the Grays River.
Docent training coming soon to Redmen Hall
Those who have driven west on State Route 4 through Skamokawa and wondered about the history of Redmen Hall now have a chance to both learn about the building and pass that information onto others.
What's Happening at the Fair?
The Wahkiakum County Fairgrounds will be covered with fancy cars and lots of people, as the Dollars for Scholars event is this Saturday.
Sheriff's Report - June 3, 2010
Rods and Reels finally here this weekend
Well, most of this past Memorial weekend was pretty damp I'm afraid.
Claussen places 5th in state golf tourney
Wahkiakum Mule senior Cole Claussen placed fifth in the Washington Class 1B/2B State Golf Championships at the Tri-Cities Country Club in Kennewick last week.
Mule Track and Field results
SW Washington Class 2B State Meet May 28, 29 at Cheney