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Articles from the February 14, 2019 edition

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Protect your home from robbery

No one plans to be robbed, yet it can be a frightening experience coming home to find your possessions taken. On February 21 from noon to 1 p.m., Charlie Rosenzweig, Cowlitz County Chief Criminal Deputy will discuss ways to protect your home and...

 

Coast Community Radio receives grants

Coast Community Radio (CCR), the nonprofit radio station in the Columbia-Pacific region, has received a $15,000 grant from Templin Foundation. Station Manager Graham Nystrom wrote the grant for money toward the purchase and installation of a new...

 

Bucklin named Cathlamet Yacht Club commodore

Cathlamet Yacht Club Past Commodore Dave Scogin presents the Commodore Flag to the new Commodore Jim Bucklin at the 10th annual Commodore’s Ball, held January 26 at the Kelso Red Lion Inn. The club...

 

Weather throws district into chaos

“The best laid plans of mice and men” can be upset by winter weather. It is certainly causing trouble for the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association District 4 2B and 1B basketball tournaments. Every day there has been another...

 

Mules lose to Valley; continue district play

After beating South Bend in the opening round of district play, the Wahkiakum Mules boys basketball team traveled to Rochester last Thursday to take on the number three Pacific League team, Willapa Valley. The Mules lost 48-33 to the Vikings and...

 

Kayakers featured tonight on OPB

Set your recording devices! Wahkiakum residents Andrew Emlen and Kyleen Austin of Columbia River Kayaking, will be on TV tonight (Thursday) in a segment of Oregon Field Guide on OPB about the Lower Columbia River Water Trail. The segment features...

 

Mule wrestlers heading to state Mat Classic

There has been an obvious downside to the bad weather, but it also created an opportunity for several Wahkiakum Mule wrestlers when regional tournaments were canceled. Five Mules will join wrestlers...

 

Legislators aim to end Daylight time switches

• Bill could avoid health risks by allowing year-round observation of daylight saving • Daylight saving time could become permanent in Washington state • Federal law must approve year-round daylight saving in Washington state OLYMPIA (Jan. 30,...

 

Wahkiakum ARC emergency commission activated

Monday night two minutes after the power outage started the Wahkiakum County Amateur Radio Club emergency communications network was activated using the Incident Command System protocol (W7ERY Ron, WA6TTR Gordon, KG7WSQ Jim, KC7IVJ Dale and KE7IHH...

 

Week of clamming starts this Friday

Razor clam diggers can return to various ocean beaches for a seven-day opening beginning tomorrow (Friday), Feb. 15. The dig extends over a long weekend and provides a Sunday digging opportunity at Long Beach. State shellfish managers with the...

 

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