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Photography exhibit at FOS

Friends of Skamokawa has announced “Farm & Flowers,” an exhibition of photography by Desiree East Craven (Backwater Farm, Puget Island) and Brian Winner (Blue Skies Farm of Puget Island). Capturing the intensity of the natural world from the...

 

Skamokawa Swamp Opera to perform

Skamokawa Swamp Opera will present a concert Saturday, April 20, 7:00 p.m., at Skamokawa’s River Life Interpretive Center/Central School/Redmen Hall, 1394 State Route 4. Skamokawa Swamp Opera is comprised of Andrew Emlen, Kyleen Austin, Erik...

 

Lions Club Students of the Month

The Lions Club honored Seth Kuljis as the February Student of The Month. Seth is active in leadership. He has plans to attend Central WA University majoring in ELL. His goal is to teach English in other countries. He is pictured with his Mother,...

 
 By Emma Epperly    News    March 28, 2019

Plastic 'Ghost Gun' bill moves to Senate committee

• Would make 3-D printed guns illegal, along with the sale of said guns • Recent case on ghost guns in New Jersey makes it a national issue OLYMPIA (March 26) -- Undetectable and untraceable firearms and their creation would be illegal under prop...

 
 By Emma Epperly    News    March 28, 2019

New taxes in House Democrats' budget

• Utilizes increase from economic growth revenue to fund education • Includes new taxes like capital gains and real estate excise OYMPIA (March 25) -- The House of Representatives’ budget proposal includes a capital gains and real estate...

 

Sunday is deadline to remove studded tires

With a record-setting winter finally in the history books, the arrival of spring means drivers in Washington have until Sunday to remove studded tires. The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) reminds drivers that state law requires...

 

Prediction: More salmon headed to Columbia

NOAA Fisheries saw the lowest number of juvenile coho salmon in 21 years in offshore test nets in 2017, leading to low returns of coho to the Columbia River basin one year later in 2018 when the fish were adults. However, in 2018 NOAA netted many...

 

Mule baseball splits with Mounties, Tigers

The Wahkiakum Mules baseball team split games this week, losing on the road and winning at home. On Friday, they traveled to Rainier and lost 9-4. Luke Brown had a double and drove in one run. James...

 

Mule Track and Field

Wahkiakum track and field athletes competed in a Central 2B league meet in Onalaska last Thursday. The Mules placed sixth out of six teams in boys’ competition and earned 14 points. The girls finished with 93 points and came in fifth place out of...

 

Lady Mules show improvement

The Wahkiakum Mules softball team lost two this week but Coach Stephanie Green sees improvement in her young team every day. The Lady Mules lost to Rainier on the road on Friday, 17-2. “The girls played really well even with having to play against...

 

Comet Track and Field

The Naselle track and field team started their season on March 14 at a league meet in South Bend. The following week, they hosted a meet at home. The Comets were one of five teams in South Bend on March 14. The boys took fourth place with 31 points,...

 

School Sports

NHS Boys Baseball March 28 at Wishkah 4:00pm 29 Winlock 4:00pm April 1 at Naches 1:00pm 2 at Naches 3:00pm 11 at Lake Quinault 4:00pm 12 at Ocosta 4:00pm 15 Mary M Knight 4:00pm 18 at Oakville 4:00pm 20 Pe Ell Willapa Valley 12:00pm 22 Wishkah...

 

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