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Fair funding to be updated

Fairgoers and organizers could soon have new reasons to celebrate thanks to two of Rep. Brian Blake’s bills that would designate fairs as economic drivers for their communities and ensure funding for their operations. House Bill 2725, which passed...

 

Public invited to participate in online transportation survey

The Cowlitz-Wahkiakum Council of Governments (CWCOG) as the Longview-Kelso-Rainier Metropolitan Planning Organization and lead agency for the Southwest Washington Regional Transportation Planning Organization invites the public to participate in a...

 

Happy Valentine's Day to everyone, near and far

WET BEGINNING--If fog and drizzle are your friends, then you really liked how this week began, as Sunday was a gloomy, foggy, drizzly kind of day, which was just right for those who needed an excuse to sit inside all day in their sweats and watch...

 

Elocution contest, smorgasbord ahead

News from Naselle: Sports calendar for the coming week for the Naselle Comet teams: Saturday, the 10th-District IV 1B boys and girls basketball playoffs at Ilwaco. Call school for times; Monday, the 12th-middle school boys basketball in Naselle with...

 

Grays River Valley Center News

With Valentines just around the corner, it's time for people to shower their loved ones with affection. This Saturday, February 10th from 2-4 p.m., you and your children are welcome to join us for Valentines crafting hour. There will be light refresh...

 

WHS student of the month

The Wahkiakum Lions Club has honored Justin Hoven as their January Student of The Month. Justin is pictured with his parents and Lion Brian McClain as he received his certificate of accomplishment...

 

Coming Events--Community Center in Cathlamet

We love our volunteers! On Valentine’s Day, Wednesday, February 14th from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m., we will recognize those who are at the foundation of our Community Center. This is also an opportunity for you to come in and find out how you can volunte...

 

Chamber prepares for crab feed; sets meeting

The Wahkiakum Chamber of Commerce is preparing for one of its biggest events of the year, the 33rd Annual Crab and Oyster Feed. The event will be February 17 at the Norse Hall on Puget Island in Cathlamet. Tickets are $32 and sold at Bank of the...

 

Next In Their Footsteps event announced

Lewis and Clark National Historical Park, Fort Clatsop has announced the next In Their Footsteps free speaker series event. California Condors: An Oregon Treasure by Travis Koons will be held on Sunday, February 18, at 1:00 p.m. This is part of the...

 

Spring black bear special hunt applications due Feb. 28

Hunters must purchase and submit their spring black bear special hunt applications to the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) by midnight on Feb. 28. Hunts will occur in specific areas of western and eastern Washington. Hunters who subm...

 

Software error sidelines DOL voter registrations

Washington State’s Department of Licensing announced Tuesday that a malfunction within the agency’s software system has prevented thousands of DOL customers who thought they had registered to vote from becoming registered. Secretary of State Kim...

 

Commission will hear public comments on salmon fisheries

The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission will invite public comments on the management of Grays Harbor and Willapa Bay salmon fisheries over the past year during a public meeting Feb. 8-10 in Olympia. The commission, a citizen panel appointed by...

 

Takko and Blake secure millions for construction projects

On the evening of January 18, the Washington State Senate and House of Representatives passed a $4.18 billion-investment capital budget. SB 6090 includes a record $1 billion to build new public schools, a key provision to help school districts...

 

Learning from fishes topic of Feb. 8 Nature Matters at the Fort George

Oregon’s ocean is a place of incredible productivity and amazing biodiversity. The state is taking steps to protect its ocean treasures through its new system of marine reserves. At the next Nature Matters, held Thursday, Feb. 8, at the Fort...

 

Valentine Diamond Dinner Saturday at Fairgrounds

NEW MONTH--We may have a new month but it looks like we have the same weather; wet and blustery, with a side of slides and a dash of snow in the hills. Of course, if you were traveling over the mountains this past weekend, you might have gotten into...

 

West End Food Pantry needs more volunteers

News from Naselle: Sports calendar for the Naselle Comet teams this week: Tomorrow (Friday), high school girls and boys basketball at Three Rivers Christian at 5:30 p.m.; Saturday, JV girls and boys C Team at Knappa at 10 a.m.; Monday, middle school...

 

Friends of Skamokawa antique sale set for March 9-10

Friends of Skamokawa will reopen the River Life Interpretive Center/Central School/Redmen Hall on Saturday, March 9. The first event of the year will be their Antique Sale that weekend on March 9 and 10, 10:00 a.m., to 4:00 p.m., at the River Life...

 

Coming Events Community Center in Cathlamet

Please join us on Wednesday, February 7 from 10 a.m. – noon. We will have an instructor here from Goodwill teaching a free Basic Computer Class. Looking for a job? We will also have WorkForce here at the same time to help out with Employment...

 

Learn to raise Mason Bees

On February 10 at 9:00 a.m., Billie Bevers, Washington State University Master Gardener, will discuss the skills needed for raising Mason Bees. Cost for the course is $30 per person. Participants will receive a Mason Bee house and cocoons of...

 

Boot drive for Doernbecher Children's Hospital

Fire Fighter Jodie Mason and Mike Arthur of the Kiwanis Club of Cathlamet were two of the local firefighters, EMS crew members, and Kiwanis club members who braved the weather this weekend to raise...

 

2018 gardening season to start

The Wahkiakum Community Garden, located in Erickson Park on Columbia Street in Cathlamet, is revving up for the 2018 garden season so get your plot request in! To paraphrase an old Burma Shave sign: “Spring has sprung, the weeds are riz, where...

 

Area artists invited to CAA art show

Area artists are invited to participate in the Columbian Artists Association’s 42nd annual juried Spring Art Show to be held March 5 through March 25, at the Three Rivers Mall, Kelso, (space D-1168). The show is open to artists 18 and older from...

 

Next Salty Talks presentation will be held on February 15

Salty Talks presents Aaron Webster, “Waves Tides and Currents” on Thursday, February 15, 6:30 p.m. at the Salt Hotel and Pub, 147 Howerton Ave, on the Ilwaco waterfront. What’s the difference between sneaker waves, longshore drifts and rip...

 

WDFW director resigns to pursue other personal and professional goals

After three years as director of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW), Dr. Jim Unsworth informed the state Fish and Wildlife Commission that he will resign his position effective Feb. 7. "This has been a challenging, educational,...

 

WDFW approves February razor clam digging dates

Razor clam digging got underway recently on various coastal beaches. State shellfish managers with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) approved the dig after marine toxin tests showed the clams are safe to eat. Four beaches will be...

 

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