Articles published Thu, Mar 17, 2011
Children’s Theatre goes on Arthur’s quest
Assessor comments on commission's action
Gratitude expressed to state workers
Add your voice to refuge plan debate
Tea party reps off to great start
Westend man nears 100 years
Ken Morrison is going to be 100 soon, but he’s not one to make a fuss about it. “It’s kind of strange,” he said.
Cothren, Marsyla take aim at assessor
For the second week in a row, a majority of Wahkiakum County commissioners have refused to support Assessor Bill Coons's hiring of a temporary employee to help his office address pressing demands.
Students surpass fund raising goal
After several weeks of raising funds for Doernbecher’s Children Hospital in Portland, Wahkiakum High School Key Club President Ashley Silva said she’s excited that Wahkiakum students and community raised $3569.81, almost double last year’s total of $1800.
PUD attracting candidates for board
At its meeting Tuesday, the Wahkiakum Public Utility District board of commissioners reviewed Residential Exchange Settlement details from Bonneville Power Administration and entertained questions about its emergency plan from potential candidates for commissioner.
Port 2 abandoning Grays Bay buoys
Commissioners of Port District No. 2 decided Tuesday to cease sponsorhip and maintenance of navigation buoys in Grays Bay.
Port 1 discusses street, lighting improvements
In a quick meeting Thursday night, commissioners for Port District No. 1 signed vouchers and heard about two projects in the works that could piggy-back upon Town of Cathlamet grants.
What's Happening at the Fair?
Maurine R. Clark
Sheriff's Report - March 17, 2011
Happy St. Patrick's Day to everyone