Washington working to blunt Supreme Court wetlands ruling

The Washington Department of Ecology is seeking more funding to regulate activities that affect seasonal creeks, flooded fields and other landlocked wetlands that the U.S. Supreme Court removed from federal jurisdiction. The high court’s Sackett...

Earth Day April 22nd

The first Earth Day celebration was in 1970 and continues to be celebrated each spring. It brings to light the need to protect the environment for existing and future generations. Many achievements...

Margaret Sylvia Strueby

Margaret Sylvia Strueby, of Longview and former longtime resident of Cathlamet, passed away peacefully on Saturday April 13, 2024, one day short of her 89th birthday. Margaret was born in Camas, WA...

Mary Alice Haase

Mary died peacefully in Portland Oregon on March 14th, 2024 at the age of 87. Mary was born in McKenna, Washington on February 26th, 1937 to parents Vernon and Maureen Clark. Mary attended Ilwaco High School and went on to marry Robert Torppa in...

Wahkiakum County Sheriff Mark Howie Announces Retirement

After 34 years in law enforcement, Wahkiakum County Sheriff Mark Howie has decided it's time to retire. "I was always told by many retired cops that you will know when the time comes to hang up the...

Telecommunicator Week 2024

We would like to personally recognize the dedication and commitment to their community, the silent heroes, the ones who are the calm in the storm, the ones you call for help on your worst day. Officer Vernon Barton, 31 years of service to Wahkiakum...

Times have changed?

To The Eagle, I was born and raised in Cathlamet, moved to Portland after graduation and worked in Portland and and Vancouver. I moved to Long Beach Washington in 1995 and worked there for 25 years. In 2020 I retired and moved back to my hometown...

Code of Conduct

To The Eagle, I just watched the video of the last council meeting held on April 15th. I was appalled by the total lack of respect from one specific council member. Robert Stowe was both disreputable and childish. He interrupted the sheriff and the...

Mules vs. Rainier

The Mules won one and lost one in a two game series against Rainier last week. Friday the Mules lost 6-2 and Saturday they won 12-8. Grant Wilson pitched 5 innings Friday, got three strike outs and...

Sheriff's Report

April 7 11:19 a.m. The Cathlamet ambulance responded to a possible heart attack. 2:15 p.m. A erratic driver was reported in the Flandersville area. 7:08 p.m. Two horses we reported loose on East Valley road. 11:05 p.m. A Puget Island caller...

Submit a Legals or Public Notices ad

To submit a Legal advertisement, please email it to geri@waheagle.com, along with your phone number, and someone will contact you for payment. Thank you, The Wahkiakum County...

Clatskanie Arts Commission hosts singer songwriter Spencer Day

Friday, April 26st, 7:30 p.m. Birkenfeld Theater 75 S Nehalem St, Clatskanie, OR Tickets $25 adults, $23 seniors, $20 children Spencer Day is a #1 Billboard jazz/pop singer and songwriter. He has played venues as diverse as Lincoln Center, the...

Naselle Community Center hosts band Brownsmead Flats

April 21st, 3:00 p.m. Naselle Community Center 14 Parpala Road, Naselle, Wa. 98638 $10.00 for tickets The Brownsmead Flats are a wonderful, popular group from Astoria. They play acoustic music that may be best described as “Crabgrass” with a...

'There's not much that's ordinary if you look closely at it'

Much of "The Last Man in Willapa," which is out on Tuesday and contains more than 75 poems, is familiar Pyle territory, place-based writing that dwells near Grays River, Washington, where he has...

Wauna Mill announces $150 million investment in paper machine

Georgia-Pacific has announced a new investment of more than $150 million to rebuild a 1965 vintage paper machine at the Wauna Mill. The mill, which employs more than 700 workers, produces retail bath tissue, paper towels and napkins used by...

Sparks fly at town council meeting

A full house greeted the Mecha Mules team as their leader, Ron Wright, presented the teens to the town council. Students presented their robots and explained the functions. They have won the Regional...

PUD commissioners discuss projects and courthouse sign

By Stacey Lane The PUD commissioners met with the exception of Gene Healy, who was excused to serve on jury duty. Manager Dan Kay is proud of the work being done by the PUD staff and crews. “The...

Wahkiakum High School Key Club raises funds for Doernbecher hospital

The Wahkiakum High School Key Club is raising money for the Doernbecher Children’s Hospital. The Key Club, which is associated with Kiwanis International, will be having a pasta dinner and auction on April 23 at 6:00 p.m in the gym. Tickets are...

Skamokawa News

ENJOYING THE WEATHER? Well, I certainly hope you've been enjoying this dry spell as it certainly has made it nice for all of those who have been eagerly awaiting a time like this so that lawns can be attended to and flower beds cleaned up, etc. Of...

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