Articles published Thu, Oct 7, 2010
Covered Bridge dinner spectacular success
Wow! Another spectacular dinner on the Covered Bridge, with wonderful weather and great company.
Congratulations, St. James Family Center
Next Wednesday, St. James Family Center will celebrate its 25th anniversary, and we join those who salute the center and its programs.
Community gives new residents big welcome
Jail assault highlights candidate inadequacies
Updates, corrections to inmate beating story
Property owners need to speak up on errors
PUD, Bonneville offer test water heaters
According to the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA), 40 percent of Pacific Northwest homes use electric water heaters, which account for 15 to 20 percent of residential energy use.
$185,000: Cost of athletic field fix
“Too much water and not enough drainage.” That’s how Wahkiakum School District Maintenance Supervisor Bob McClintock summarized the problem that has prevented Wahkiakum softball and baseball teams from using the multifield complex constructed several years ago just east of the high school football stadium.
Changes coming to health care, phone tax
Good changes are in store for the nation's public health system, but it may take perserverance to achieve them, county health officials said Tuesday.
Candidates speak about issues
The 2010 general election is bearing down on the voters of Wahkiakum County; the county auditors office will mail the vote-by-mail ballots to votes on October 15.
Dewey B. Smith, Jr.
Sheriff's Report - October 7, 2010
Two weeks and still without computer
The evenings are a bit crisp, but the days have been pretty pleasant. While I kept expecting rain with those clouds we had on Saturday, it never showed up and the sun was shining brightly on Sunday after the morning fog, so that was a nice surprise as I thought for sure we'd be seeing some rain by then.
Mule upset Ducks in league volleyball
The Wahkiakum Mule volleyball team played its best and its worst matches of the season this past week.
Youth football team posts win
The Wahkiakum youth football team played a great home game in front of a good sized crowd on Saturday and came away with a convincing win over Swanson's Fuel.
Mules roll over Mossyrock 25-6
"We can't turn over the ball," Wahkiakum Mule football Coach Eric Hansen said last week before the Mules took on the Mossyrock Vikings in the Mule homecoming football game.
WHS athletes raising funds with donkey basketball
Cross Country Results