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Wendt PTO asking for volunteers and donations

The J.A. Wendt Elementary PTO is looking for volunteers and donations for the new RIF program. The new program is called, Books For Kids, and the first distribution will be December 12. Contact Stephanie Johnson at 360-795-3261 for further...

 

Middle school fundraiser planned

The Wahkiakum middle school leadership class is fundraising money for kids in the local community who don’t get presents on Christmas (Angel Tree). Join the Painting in Your Pj’s Eating Pancakes Party on Monday, December 4. It starts right after...

 

Rummage sale to raise funds for gifts

The Wahkiakum High School Key Club will hold a rummage sale next Thursday, 12-3 p.m., in the Wendt Elementary School Multipurpose Room, 265 S. 3rd St., Cathlamet. Proceeds will be used to fulfill holiday wishes for children in need. The Wahkiakum...

 

WHS student of the month

Madison Mace has been chosen as the Wahkiakum Lions Club November Student of The Month. She is on the varsity basketball team again this year. She loves the outdoors and outdoor sports. Madison has...

 

North Coast Chorale concert set

The North Coast Chorale’s winter concert will be held Friday, Dec. 8, and Sunday, Dec. 10, at the Performing Arts Center, 588-16th, Astoria. Under the direction of Dr. Denise Reed, the Chorale will fill the Performing Arts Center with songs all...

 

Coming Events--Community Center in Cathlamet

Greetings from the Community Center! We would like to thank Santa for coming to the Community Center last Saturday evening during the Holiday Lighting Celebration. All the little ones were able to visit with Santa and share their Christmas wish...

 

Christmas party for children will be held on Sunday

All children 10 years old and younger are invited to a Christmas party on Sunday December 3 from 2-4 p.m., at the Norse Hall on Puget Island, State Route 409. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Refreshments will be served. Santa will be on...

 

Wahkiakum Events

By the Wahkiakum Chamber of Commerce December 2 2nd Annual Holiday Bazaar SkamokawaFairgrounds; Patty Dursteler – 360 795-3480 3 Sons Of Norway Kids Christmas Party, Puget Island Norse Hall Jan Silvestri– 360 795-8759 3 Holiday Tour Of...

 

Four-day razor clam dig begins Dec. 1

Razor clam diggers will have the opportunity to fill their limits during a four-day dig beginning Dec. 1 on various ocean beaches. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) approved the Dec. 1-4 dig on evening tides after marine toxin tes...

 

Donkey basketball coming to WHS December 3

Wahkiakum High School will host a donkey basketball game on Dec. 3, 12 noon. The event will raise funds for school athletic programs. In the event, athletes in the high school's various winter sports and activities will attempt to score baskets for...

 

Happy Thanksgiving to all in Wahkiakum and beyond

BIG DAY--It's almost turkey time! For you locals who get your paper prior to Thanksgiving, I know that all the cooks are probably in the kitchen, whipping up pumpkin pies, or maybe pecan pies and all those awesome side dishes like candied yams and...

 

Flu activity picking up in Washington

State health officials are already seeing influenza cases across the state, and they expect the number to rise in the coming weeks. People are urged to get a flu shot now as the best line of defense against flu. Flu vaccine is recommended for...

 

Wahkiakum Events

November 25 Holiday Lighting Celebration; Main Street, Cathlamet; Wahkiakum Chamber of Commerce– 360 795-9996 25 Christmas Holidays Welcome; Tsuga Gallery Nell Coulson- 360 849-4116 December 2 2nd Annual Holiday Bazaar SkamokawaFairgrounds;...

 

Ribbon cutting at Cascadia Massage

Surrounded by friends, family, and representatives from the Wahkiakum Chamber of Commerce, Liz Workman celebrated the grand opening of Cascadia Massage with a ribbon cutting on Friday...

 

Coming Events--Community Center in Cathlamet

Greetings from the Community Center! A few reminders – the Community Center will be closed for Thanksgiving Day and we do not have a movie scheduled for this Friday. We will resume our movie night on Friday, December 1. This Saturday, November 25...

 

Donkey basketball coming to WHS December 3

Wahkiakum High School will host a donkey basketball game on Dec. 3, 12 noon. The event will raise funds for school athletic programs. In the event, athletes in the high school's various winter sports and activities will attempt to score baskets for...

 

Forecast: Coming La Nina winter will be wetter, snowier

By The Columbia Basin Bulletin A forecast for La Niña conditions in the Pacific Northwest has been raised to an advisory, with colder and wetter weather seen in October now expected to continue throughout the winter. During a Nov. 16...

 

Making music on Main Street

Alenna Whitacre, a 2017 Wahkiakum High School graduate, needed a little cheering up on Monday afternoon, so she spent a few hours on Main Street in Cathlamet playing some original music and covers....

 

WDFW delays commercial crab fishery on Washington coast

State shellfish managers have delayed the opening of the commercial Dungeness crab fishery on Washington's coast due to inadequate meat in crab shells. The commercial fishery on Washington's coast typically opens Dec. 1. Recent testing indicates...

 

Economic development district is proposed

The Cowlitz/Wahkiakum Council of Governments (CWCOG) will be holding meetings in each city and town within Cowlitz and Wahkiakum counties to discuss the formation of a new, two-county economic development district. Economic Development Districts...

 

Fair Turkey Bingo at Wendt Multi-purpose room on Friday

IT'S WET & WILD!--Here we are, heading into the third week of November and it's wet and windy and very fall-like. I hope you all survived the wind storm that hit Sunday night and part of Monday. We lost power, but I was totally expecting that, but...

 

Former Cathlamet resident to lead group to Tanzania

Wahkiakum High School graduate Ashley (Silva) Calvert will lead a group of six optometry students and one optometrist to Tanzania, Africa this December to provide eye care to people in need. Calvert traveled as a team member last December, and will...

 

Naselle students raising funds, in football playoffs

News from Naselle: Congratulations to the Naselle Comet football team as they head to Montesano to play Almira-Coulee-Hartline on Saturday in a state playoff game. The game will start at 1 p.m. Other sports coming up this week include: Today...

 

WHS student of the month

Kayla Bowcutt is the Wahkiakum Lions Club October Student of The Month. She is a hard working student involved in Before School Leadership, she is a Volleyball Manager, she wants to attend LCC and transfer to WSU Vancouver and become an elementary...

 

Community center has a new manager

Kelly Shumar is the new coordinator at the Community Center in Cathlamet. The Portland native moved to Grays River with her husband, Charlie, in August, after finding a house and falling in love with...

 

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