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Contact Your Elected Officials

Senator Patty Murray 154 Russell Senate Office Building Washington, D.C. 20510 Phone: (202) 224--2621 Senator Maria Cantwell 511 Hart Senate Office Building Washington, DC 20510 Phone: (202) 224--3441 Rep. Jaime Herra--Buetler 1107 Longworth HOB...

 

Wahkiakum Events

April 22 Tidy Up The Town – Spring Edition Downtown Cathlamet Pioneer Church Association 23 Rosburg Com. Club Chicken Dinner Rosburg Community Hall Barbara Rose – 360 465-2234...

 

Saturday is Earth Day; please do your part

GREAT WEEKEND--I wish the sun and dryness would have lasted a little longer, but if it were to show up, then we're sure glad it chose Easter weekend to be here, as boy, it's been awhile since we had two dry days together on a holiday! It didn't hurt...

 

Celebrate Super Saturday

Wahkiakum County 4-H is sponsoring “Super Saturday” to celebrate Earth Day on Saturday, April 22 at the Wahkiakum County Fairgrounds from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Everyone is welcome to come and learn. It starts with quality assurance for 4-H and FFA...

 

Naselle students to perform Little Mermaid

Sports calendar for the Naselle Comets teams this week include: Thursday, baseball and fast pitch at Wishkah at 4 p.m.; Friday, high school track at Chehalis Activator Invite; Saturday, high school track at Chehalis Activator Invite, baseball with...

 

Entertainment News

On Friday, April 21, at River Mile 38 Brewing Company, Ty Catlin will perform from 5-8 p.m., on the Crow’s Nest Stage, 285 Third St., Cathlamet. For more information call 360-366-4662....

 

Time to begin preparing for Bald Eagle Fest

Bald Eagle Fest will be held on July 15 this year and the Wahkiakum County Chamber is ready to get started planning. Residents are asked to help design the day beginning with the street fair at 9:00 a.m., the parade through town, the kids play area,...

 

Volunteer Fair to be held at the Cathlamet Community Center

There will be a Volunteer Fair, on Wednesday, April 26, from 3-5 p.m., at the Community Center in Cathlamet, according to Community Center Coordinator, Kelly Patterson. Local groups, organizations and clubs are in need of volunteer helpers....

 

Annual coin show to be held in Longview

The Cowlitz Coin Club of Longview-Kelso is celebrating its 49th annual coin show on May 6, at the AWPPW Hall, located at 724 15th Avenue in Longview. Show hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and admission is free. At the show, the public can buy, sell and...

 

Amateur radio club to host free classes

The Wahkiakum County Amateur Radio Club (callsign: N7WAH) is hosting a class to help folks learn about Amateur Radio, Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Services, and to prepare for the FCC Technician...

 

Building the Jetties is topic of next Salty Talk

Salty Talks presents an evening of conversation on Wednesday, May 10 at Ilwaco’s Salt Pub & Hotel. It took over 50 years to build the immense structures that define the mouth of the Columbia River. They were constructed with the best...

 

Sharpshooters

Three Wahkiakum High School students traveled to Wenatchee last weekend to participate in the State Trap Meet, according to VoAg teacher Kyle Hurley. There were over over 150 competitors from 34...

 

River traffic

Four turtles climbed on a log and enjoyed sunshine in a Puget Island slough. Photo courtesy of Art Pedersen....

 

Shanghaied in Astoria audtions set for May 20

The Astor Street Opry Company will hold auditions for its 33rd consecutive season of Shanghaied in Astoria, an award-winning, vaudeville-style, musical-melodrama, on May 20, 6 p.m., and May 21, 12 noon to 2 p.m. Over two dozen colorful parts are...

 

WDFW cancels first two days of upcoming razor clam dig

State shellfish managers have canceled the first two days (April 24 and 25) of a tentatively planned eight-day razor clam dig due to rising marine toxin levels. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) will announce next week whether...

 

Legislature passes bill to help forest landowners improve fish habitat

A bipartisan measure that will streamline a process for opening new habitat for endangered salmon and other aquatic species has been sent to Governor Inslee. House Bill 1275, sponsored by Rep. Brian Blake (D-Aberdeen) passed both chambers with...

 

Trout stocking crews active across Washington

Trout stocking crews are working to plant fish throughout the state in preparation for April 22, when several hundred lowland lakes open for a six-month fishing season. Although many lakes are open year-round, the fourth Saturday in April marks the...

 

The egg hunt

On Saturday morning at Skamokawa Vista Park, the start for the annual Easter Egg Hunt was sounded. Lickety split, the kids were off. Far right, The hunt was over, and these two young ladies awaited...

 

Easter weekend has a very full schedule

WILD ONE--Depending on where you were this past week, you may have had some really crazy weather, which included lots of wind, rain, hail or if you were headed over an area of higher elevation, even some snow! While we had a slight blip in our power...

 

What's happening at the Fair?

The Flea Market was a success on Saturday; once again a lot of good treasures found new homes. This Friday night at the Multi-purpose Room at JA Wendt Elementary will be the the fair board’s annual Easter Bingo. Cards are 3 for $10.00 and plays...

 

Salmon canning class available

An opportunity to learn how to pressure cook and can salmon is available through a class to be held at the Grays River Valley Center at Johnson Park on April 26 at 10 a.m. The class, provided by a grant through the Wahkiakum Marine Resource...

 

Shanghaied in Astoria audtions set for May 20

The Astor Street Opry Company will hold auditions for its 33rd consecutive season of Shanghaied in Astoria, an award-winning, vaudeville-style, musical-melodrama, on May 20, 6 p.m., and May 21, 12 noon to 2 p.m. Over two dozen colorful parts are...

 

Salad luncheon set for April 29

Naselle Lutheran Church will host its annual Salad Luncheon on Saturday, April 29 from 10 a.m., until 1 p.m. A variety of salads will be offered for a suggested donation of $7.00. The Lutheran bakers plan to provide an array of baked goods,...

 

Congressional art contest open to students

Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler announced that her office is now accepting submissions for the 2017 Congressional Art Competition. The competition is open to all high school students, grades 9-12, who attend a school in Southwest Washington’s...

 

Tidy Up the Town event is set for April 22

Earth Day 2017 is Saturday, April 22 and friends of the Pioneer Community Association and Cathlamet Community Center invite the public to join them for some much needed Spring cleaning. It’s time to polish up our curb appeal and make our little tow...

 

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