Articles published Thu, Mar 31, 2011
Smokey the Bear pays a visit
Naselle’s 1st grade class had an informative visit from Dave Gufler of DNR and Smokey Bear.
Taxpayer reserve keeps feds from bankruptcy
Two arrested in DV incidents
Two men were arrested March 19 in connection with separate domestic violence incidents on Puget Island. They will be arraigned Monday in Wahkiakum County Superior Court on a variety of charges. Shawn N. Gilbert, 27, faces four charges following an incident on that Saturday morning.
Group makes plans for youth suicide prevention
Two dozen persons gathered Monday in Cathlamet to learn about youth suicide and what can be done to address it.
Puget Island property valuation appeals ready
Puget Island taxpayers who filed appeals with the Wahkiakum County Board of Equalization (BOE) are encouraged to contact the county assessor’s office to review the stipulated values developed by Assessor Bill Coons.
Gillnetters get opening
The Columbia River Compact agencies of Oregon and Washington on Monday set a four-hour opening later that day for commercial non-Indian fishing.
Student Injured in Choking Game
Wahkiakum High School students learned about the dangers of playing a choking game they call “tap out” last Wednesday, in an assembly prompted when a student playing the game was injured the previous week.
Board reviews revised drug testing policy
The Wahkiakum School Board met last Wednesday and reviewed the latest version of a Drug Testing Policy, which allows testing of students suspected of being under the influence of alcohol or drugs at school.
What's Happening at the Fair?
Paul Mosteller - corrected
Julie Ann Hoak
Mary B. Vanderwood
Wahkiakum Superior Court
Sheriff's Report - March 24-31 2011
Saturday Meeting for Grange Follies
For all who are interested in joining the cast of singers and entertainers for the Skamokawa Grange's Follies in June, you've got a meeting with the show's director, Adele Baker Swift and musical director Sunrise Fletcher, this Saturday, April 2 at 4 p.m.
High School Golf
The young Wahkiakum Mules golf team extended their season opening winning streak to 5-0 with a team score of 192 over Columbia Adventist High School 278 and Kings Way Christian High School 211 at the Tri-Mountain Golf Course in Ridgefield.