Articles published Thu, Sep 15, 2011
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September 15, 2011 edition
We have the audit, let's have the fire department
If it isn't broke, don't fix it. Many people would like to apply that old saying to the Cathlamet Fire Department and Mayor George Wehrfritz's efforts to bring its management under his control.
What's Happening at the Fair? - September 15, 2011
As Fair Manager I have the honor of giving out a Manager's Award. This year I gave the award to two volunteer superintendents who spent many weeks building, cleaning, painting, decorating and preparing paperwork before our Fair started.
Writer says ditto
Where does the buck stop or go?
Tsunami sirens to sound at the beach
Coastal counties will sound sirens Wednesday in drill
Auditors release Cathlamet report with 2 findings
Report: Town doesn't monitor fire department adequately
Northwest Dance Project
With a drape of long lichen over her head and the shoulder of a green lace dress, Lithuanian born Vilte Bacinskaite improvised a contemporary ballet along the bank of the Elochoman River on a humid day last week.
Council restores fiscal management of fire department
In a special meeting on Monday, The Cathlamet Town Council adopted a resolution establishing that all normal fiscal management functions of the Cathlamet Fire Department shall be performed by town staff.
Commissioners hear plan for emergency manager
Wahkiakum County may soon restore the position of emergency management coordinator. The position would be responsible for developing emergency response plans for the county and for coordinating the county's response in emergencies.
Adrian G. Weedman
Sheriff's Report - September 15, 2011
Sign petition to save post office
For all of us who are reeling with the thought of our post office closing its doors, we have a petition for you to sign at the Skamokawa Resort store.
Wahkiakum Cross Country Results
T-wolves blank Mules 12-0
The Morton/White Pass Timberwolves handed the Wahkiakum Mules a 12-0 loss late Friday in Central League football.
Mules sweep Winlock in opener
The Wahkiakum Mule volleyball team opened the season with a 3-0 sweep of the visiting Winlock Cardinals on Tuesday. The Mules won 25-12, 25-16.