Articles published Thu, Aug 26, 2010
FOS go down under for wine tasting
St. James accepting toddler care applications
Family to reopen Rosburg Store
I am pleased to be able to let all the readers know that the Rosburg Store will reopen with new owners, though the date is yet to be determined.
No. 107-10 Biosolids Ordinance Hearing Notice
An apology but no changed opinions
Rosburg Store reopening will fill void
Property owners need to pay attention to election
Sheriff's candidate makes positive impact
Commissioners, DOE discuss water rights, biosolids
Wahkiakum County commissioners and officials from the state Department of Ecology discussed a variety of issues ranging from water rights to biosolids management in a meeting Tuesday.
County officials review finances to start budgeting
Wahkiakum County officials started preparing for the process of developing budgets of 2010 this week.
Groups work on Grays River flood issues
Representatives of groups often at odds over flood plain management in the Grays River Valley on Tuesday agreed on some initial steps to stop erosion of a private dike along Seal Slough.
No change in election results as count is updated
Little changed in local election results as officials counted late ballots last Wednesday.
Three injured in car accident
Three people sustained injuries and were taken to hospitals for treatment in a two-car collision last Thursday morning just east of Cathlamet.
Chili feed ahead
The Seventh Annual Buzzards Breath Chili Cook-Off will take place at the marina on September 4, and the Wahkiakum Chamber of Commerce is still looking for participating teams.
Longboard races start this Friday
The Second Annual Cathlamet Downhill Corral, a series of internationally sanctioned longboard races, will take place this Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Naselle school board considers technology, name
Naselle-Grays River Valley School Board members and staff discussed new technology, a new name, and a new policy at their meeting on August 17.
Cathlamet schools ready to start
Wahkiakum School District board members heard reports about back to school preparations from school administrators at their meeting August 18.
What's happening at the Fair?
Lilly E. Ougendal
Sheriff's Report - August 26, 2010
School to start next Wednesday
t's hard to believe that school will be starting soon, September 1, so Fall sports will be in full swing right off the bat and it will be time to watch for school buses and kids on their way to school in the morning and back home in the afternoon.