Articles published Thu, Oct 20, 2011
Community News - October 20, 2011
Lots of family friendly events coming up
It sure is nice to have so much sunshine lately. I might even get the lawn mowed one more time before the rains make it impossible.
October 20, 2011 edition
Election ballots are coming soon
Vote-by-mail ballots will soon arrive in the mailboxes of Washington's registered voters. With the presidential election out of the way two years ago, there's not much on the ballot.
What's Happening at the Fair?
Did you cash your fair check yet? Don’t forget! Fair checks have to be cashed before the end of October.
Priorities must be chosen carefully
Green power an unreliable gamble
Taking the fight against cancer to Washington, D.C.
Cathlamet council acts on concerns
The Cathlamet Town Council gave approval to its proposed budgets for 2012 at its monthly meeting last Monday.
County timber revenue good--for now
With the first round of the 2012 budgeting process coming soon, Wahkiakum County got the good and bad news from the State Department of Natural Resources on Tuesday.
Port 2 OK's budget, discusses contract
Commissioners of Port District No. 2 took care of house keeping measures and discussed a variety of issues when they met October 18.
Skamokawa native returns as bookkeeper
Layton Elliott is opening a new accounting business in Skamokawa, carrying on the tradition of his mother-in-law, the late Evelyn Caroll, who operated Evelyn’s Bookkeeping Service.
Scott, Appelo seek Port 2 position
Voters residing in the confines of Port District No. 2 have Wahkiakum County's only local contested election on the November ballot.
Christopher W. Chevalier
Robert B. Webb, Jr.
Sheriff's Report - October 20, 2011
Local food banks need your help
s seen in last week's paper, both of our food banks could use some help. While one got a bit of help from a recent food drive, the holidays are coming and there is sure to be a huge surge of need during that time.
Mules sweep Vikes, visit Napavine
The Wahkiakum 8-3 Mule volleyball team swept Mossyrock 3-0 last Thursday and visited Napavine on Tuesday.
Third ranked Comets win again
The Naselle Comets steamrolled the Northwest Christian Navigators 48-7 in Pacific League football last Friday.
Tigers top Mules in league finale
The Napavine Tigers played an almost perfect football game to defeat the Wahkiakum Mules 23-12 last Friday in a Central League game.
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