Articles published Thu, Jan 13, 2011
Exciting changes due for Johnson Park
The Johnson Park Advisory Board met last week and would like me to let the community know that there are some exciting things in the works for the old Rosburg School building.
New plans for Westport; input meeting Jan. 20
Clatsop County planning improvements to ferry landing, community
County discusses office hours, biosolids
Wahkiakum County commissioners handled a variety of business ranging from office hours to a biosolids ordinance when they met Tuesday.
Officials seek path to address high property assessments
Wahkiakum County officials are searching for a way to lower taxes.
Council rescinds rate increase for port park models
Facing possible law suits over application of ordinances, the Cathlamet town council on Monday
New golf course manager brings optimism
Kuldip Vaid calls Skyline Golf Course and Driving Range the emerald jewel of Cathlamet. The course’s new operator says he fell in love with it when he first saw it last March.
What's happening at the Fair?
Grant F. Erickson
LeRoy J. Grasseth
Get ready, the snow is coming soon
Can you say nippy? We started this week with a light layer of snow in West Valley and all the hills around me are quite white, so in spite of the warming trend we had with some rain showers that quickly melted the snow in my yard, it was still white in the hills.
Lady Mules defeat T-wolves, lose to Trojans
The Wahkiakum Lady Mules basketball team split their Central League basketball games this week. Last Thursday, the Lady Mules defeated the Morton-White Pass Timberwolves 46-41.
Mules maul T-wolves, fall to Napavine
Fans who showed up for the Mules’ latest home game witnessed a milestone many have probably never seen in a varsity-level game.
Mule wrestlers bring home medals
The Wahkiakum Mule wrestling team after putting in another week of great work has received the pay off for their labor.