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Articles from the February 11, 2021 edition

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WSU Extension "How to": Shopping to Save Dollars

Would you like to cut down on grocery costs without sacrificing nutrition? On February 16 at noon, Certified Nutrition Educator Debbie Fredricks will share some tried-and-true steps to having a lower grocery bill when trying to eat healthier. A free...

 

Practice begins

Wahkiakum High School football players were out for practice on Tuesday afternoon. According to Coach Eric Hansen, 25 athletes have turned out. Wahkiakum County, as part of the Southwest Region,...

 

Applications open for fishers' CARES Act relief

Eligible commercial fishing, shellfish, charter and seafood sector industry members who have been negatively impacted by the covid-19 pandemic can now apply with the Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission (PSMFC) for assistance. Industry members...

 

Fire fighters gain inside experience at practice burn

Last Saturday, volunteers from the Cathlamet Fire Department and Emergency Medical Services, Skamokawa Fire Department, and Puget Island Fire Department spent the day training at a practice burn...

 

Meet our Seniors: Rebekah Neves

By Diana Zimmerman Rebekah "Bekah" Neves travels to Florida every year to spend a few weeks with her father. It was there that she found a vocation that will likely serve her the rest of her life....

 

Meet our Seniors: Mackenzie Lawlor

Mackenzie Lawlor's world is wide open. The future is a mystery to this young woman, but she is up for the ride. The only certainty is a plan to take a gap year after she graduates, just to work, and...

 

Meet our Seniors: Jerzie Coleman

The southern accent is largely undetectable, but as Jerzie Coleman became more animated, the y'alls started flying. It was fun to hear, as were some of the descriptions of the cuisine she's been...

 

Two more test positive for covid-19; total rises to 83 in Wahkiakum County

Two more Wahkiakum County residents have tested positive for covid-19, according to a press release from Wahkiakum Health and Human Services on Friday. This brings the cumulative total to 83, with eight considered potentially active. The individuals...

 

Four more covid-19 cases; total rises to 87

Wahkiakum Health and Human Services reported that four more Wahkiakum County residents tested positive for covid-19 on Wednesday. This brings the cumulative total to 87, with 12 considered potentially active. The individuals are in self-quarantine. T...

 

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