Articles published Thu, Dec 8, 2011
Community News - December 8, 2011
Appelo to be honored Sunday
As most of us know, Carlton Appelo has served as a commissioner on the board of Port District #2 since its inception. Through the efforts of Carlton, Bobby Larson and Ture Oman, that district was created and has grown over the years to include Vista Park and Svensen Boat Launch and it continues to work on the Oneida buoy system.
December 8, 2011 edition
Community papers' readership strong
Following is an article from the National Newspaper Association. As we watch the change in newsmedia, it's good to know that at least some sectors are surviving. It's hard to imagine our nation without good newspapers.
What's Happening at the Fair?
It was a fun 4-H Jamboree Event that Deb Gribskov and Shawn Deal organized last Saturday at the Wahkiakum High School.
Ferry skippers' service appreciated
New bill would provide sound money
PUD heading in wrong direction on connection fees
PUD to waive water connection fee for one year
Wahkiakum PUD commissioners approved a resolution eliminating the system development fee for new water customers over the next year at their December 6 meeting.
County to take input on proposal to lower Elochoman speed
Wahkiakum County's board of commissioners handled wide-ranging business at their Tuesday meeting.
Commissioners keep tight rein on county budget
Wahkiakum County commissioners on Tuesday approved final budgets for 2012, maintaining the conservative tone they established several years ago in the face of declining revenues.
Council OK's tax increase at special meeting
Cathlamet town council members held a special meeting November 30 to approve an increase to the 2012 regular property tax levy for town residents.
Carl E. Wingate
Sheriff's Report - December 8, 2011
Free spaghetti dinner on Saturday
The Free spaghetti dinner at the Skamokawa Grange Hall will be this Saturday from 6 to 8 p.m. This is an open invitation to the community to come and enjoy a meal, meet your neighbors, sing a few songs and have the kids get a treat bag from Santa.
Lady Mules bag Chinooks
The Wahkiakum Mule girls basketball team made free throws down the stretch to claim a 51-50 win over the Kalama Chinooks in their season opening basketball game Tuesday.
Mules named to all-league team
Several Wahkiakum Mules were recognized by Central League coaches in voting for the all-league teams.
Mules dump Comets 66-33, fend off Chinooks 61-55
The Wahkiakum Mules opened up their 2011-2012 basketball season Saturday night with a 33-point win over their KM Mountain rivals, the Naselle Comets.