Articles published Thu, Jun 7, 2012
Blessing of the Animals this Sunday
There will be a Blessing of the Animals service next Sunday at Grays River United Methodist Church at 10 a.m.
What's Happening at the Fair?
What a great week-end for the Dollars for Scholars events! With rain showers all week and a pretty wet day on Friday we were all very happy when the sun came out and continued to shine all Saturday afternoon.
Does the PUD have something to hide?
Writer questions choice of new principal
Open mind needed over food bank plans
Some advice for summer
Modification to new teaching program offered
Parks need to meet community needs
Graduating seniors ready to shine
Profile's of this year's Valedictorians and Salutatorians
Learning respect from cedar and salmon
When students arrived at Skamokawa United Methodist Church Friday morning, Ronn “Long Claw” Wilson had transformed the banquet room into a museum of displays representing northwest plants, animal skins, and Native American culture.
PUD crews busy with water, line work
“I think I enjoyed grade school too much, because I love show and tell,” joked PUD Manager Dave Tramblie as he passed around a two foot long section of water pipe to PUD commissioners during their Tuesday morning meeting.
Officials review draft H&HS analysis
Wahkiakum County commissioners and administrators of the Health and Human Services Department reviewed a draft analysis of the department on Tuesday.
County, land trust to address drainage issue
Wahkiakum County and the Columbia Land Trust agreed Tuesday to work cooperatively to find a solution to drainage problems plaguing landowners at the end of Nelson Creek.
Oregon initiative draws commissioners' ire
An Oregon election initiative aimed at banning the use of gill nets in inland waters such as the Columbia River has gathered more than 105,000 signatures, well over the 87,213 needed to get the measure on the Nov. 6 ballot.
County may intervene in Audubon suit
Wahkiakum County may file a counter claim in a suit the Seattle Audubon Society and the Olympic Forest Coalition have filed against the state Department of Natural Resources.
Board of Natural Resources okays trust land transfer
The state Board of Natural Resources approved Tuesday the transfer of 67 acres of State Forest Trust land in Wahkiakum County to conservation status.
Little Free Library takes off in Cathlamet
Heading to the marina from downtown Cathlamet, one might stroll down Butler Street and come across Jim Kolberg’s home and the little free library that adorns his front yard.
Sheriff's Report - June 7, 2012
Graduation rites this weekend
It's that time once again when proud parents watch their children graduate from high school and venture out into the world. We wish the Class of 2012 the very best.