Articles published Thu, Feb 3, 2011
IRS forms available at Cathlamet Library
Library releases calendar of events
Great White Tail Run art winners announced
Elder Options offers caregiver class
Hat Day was fun learning experience
The first grade class at Naselle elementary school enjoyed a fun hat day on January 26. They checked out camouflage hats, tall hats, and silly hats.
Be on the lookout for teen dating violence
Willapa Hills' Portrait of Place: A labor of love
Willapa Hills recently released its second CD, A Portrait of Place, celebrating life on the Lower Columbia River with a mix of new and traditional songs.
PUD: Enron settlement funds still remain
PUD commissioners Bob Jungers and Dennis Reid met briefly for a regular board meeting Tuesday. Larry Reese was absent.
DOE, county officials to discuss biosolids issues
Members named to marine resources committee
County wins grant for Clear Creek project
Wahkiakum County has received a $123,500 grant from the Lower Columbia Fish Recovery Board to design a replacement for a failing culvert on the Elochoman Valley Road.
Loggers come from far and wide for reunion
Sheriff's Report - February 3, 2011
Wahkiakum Superior Court
Winter is most definitely still here
he first couple of days of this week have been gray and drizzly but the sun came up Tuesday morning while temperatures dropped below freezing.
Winlock, Adna claim wins over Lady Mules
The Toutle Lake Ducks looked like state tournament material as they handed the Wahkiakum Lady Mules a 58-16 Central League loss on Monday.
Mules' struggles continue this week
It was a tough week for Wahkiakum Mule players, coaches, and fans alike as the team dropped two road games and one at home, pushing their season-high losing streak to five games.
Wrestlers end with command performance
The Mule wrestling team finished up their regular season competition with a mix-n-match at home last week verses the other league teams. These matches were the final competitions setting up seeding for this Saturday’s sub-regional tournament in Ocosta.