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Articles from the March 19, 2009 edition

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 By Winnie Lowsma    News    March 19, 2009

WSU Master Gardeners

Now is the season when the local WSU Master Gardeners take stock of the year’s activities. A particularly high note is the number of Plant and Insect Clinic contacts last year. You can contact the Master Gardener clinic directly through the...

 
 By Sarah Lawrence    News    March 19, 2009

What's happening at the Fair?

Tomorrow marks the first day of spring so why not start afresh and clean out your closets? All those pesky items taking up valuable space, why not kill two birds with one stone and donate your ‘junk’ to the 4-H, WSU Extension and Wahkiakum Fair...

 
 By Sunny Manary    News    March 19, 2009

Timberlands honors a founding father

Fred Johnson wears many hats. He was Wahkiakum County’s Prosecuting Attorney for 30 years, he continues to practice law, he is the assistant fire chief, a deacon in the Catholic church, and now he is being honored as one of the instrumental links i...

 
 By Sunny Manary    News    March 19, 2009

PUD: Residents should take lead in water expansion toward Salme Hill

Water, water everywhere, but when do we get ours? Grays River resident Bob Larson on Tuesday asked the Wahkiakum PUD if they would provide water for a new district residents are working on creating west of Deep River Bridge and roads connected to...

 
 By Rick Nelson    News    March 19, 2009

Port 2 outlines capital projects plan

A full three-member Port District 2 board of commissioners on Tuesday adjusted use fees and approved borrowing for capital projects. Port 2 Attorney Jennifer Hanigan administered the oath of office to Brian O'Connor, whom Wahkiakum County...

 

Port 1 OK's resolutions

Commissioners of Port District No. 1 passed several resolutions when they met March 12. These included: --A resolution amending the procedures for sale of abandoned vessels, and --A resolution authorizing public sale of an abandoned vessel. The port...

 
 By Rick Nelson    News    March 19, 2009

County officials concerned about more revenue woes

Wahkiakum County commissioners on Tuesday discussed a strategy for dealing with potential revenue shortages and acted on other business. Commissioners are expecting tight revenues this year as sources that fuel the state government revenue...

 
 By Rick Nelson    News    March 19, 2009

Council: Let's see how the wind blows

Can Bradley Mountain serve as a wind farm as well as a tree farm? Members of the Cathlamet Town Council said they hope to answer that question sometime this year and decide whether or not to pursue construction of a wind farm on town property....

 

Contest opens to find theme for 101st fair

Following last Wednesday’s monthly Wahkiakum County Fair board meeting, the board has decided to hold a 2009 Fair Theme contest. All residents of Wahkiakum county and Naselle are invited to submit their ideas for a theme for this summer’s 101st...

 

Accident claims motorcycle rider

A Longview man died Friday afternoon after his motorcycle crashed on KM Mountain. Robert L. Hearn, 67, was one of four people riding motorcycles eastbound on SR 4. A Washington State Patrolman investigated the accident and said that as the party...

 

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