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Memorial Service for Everett Hilker

A memorial service for Everett Hilker will be held at Dowling Funeral Chapel on Sunday, April 25, at 1 p.m. Family and friends are asked to share memories of him. Sandwiches, salads and cookies will...

 

Saari-Galloway engagement

Emily Saari to wed Luke Galloway on May 8, 2021. Emily is the daughter of Robert and Becky Saari of Rosburg. Luke is a 6th generation Oregonian, the son of Timothy and Sharon Galloway. Their wedding...

 

Student of the Month

Mary Jane Neves was chosen as the Wahkiakum Lions Student of The Month for March. Mary Jane is a very outgoing athletic student that participates in volleyball and softball which has made it hard to...

 

Pie Social set for May 7

The Cathlamet Woman's Club will host its annual pie social on Friday, May 7, from 1-4 p.m., at the Tsuga Gallery, 70 Main Street in Cathlamet. This long-standing event will have a few changes, but will honor the spirit of the past. When the Chamber...

 

Middle school honor roll announced

John C. Thomas Middle School has announced their 3rd quarter honor roll. 8th Grade: 4.0 Montana Stephens. Phillip Goldinov, Reese Long and Kavi Welker. 7th Grade: 4.0 Parker Leitz. Josiah Garrett, Evelyn Hogue, Rylie Wills, Jason Bachmeier, Easton...

 

On-line Workshop: Seed Saving

On April 27 at noon WSU Master Gardener Alice Slusher will explain about gathering and storing seeds for next year and beyond. The free 1-hour presentation will be followed by the opportunity to ask questions. No need to register, just pop in....

 

Rose novel nominated for Book of the Year

On the 40th anniversary of the AIDS epidemic, Bywater Books/Amble Press announced the release of As If Death Summoned by Alan E. Rose, creator of the regional WordFest program for regional writers. The book has been named a finalist in the Foreword...

 

Online conference set about salmon recovery

Registration is open for a virtual conference that will bring together more than 1,000 salmon recovery practitioners to share their work and the latest science with the goal of improving salmon recovery efforts in Washington. The conference themed...

 

Naselle Kindergarten Roundup announced

Naselle Elementary will hold their Kindergarten Roundup on April 28 from 9 - 10 a.m. Parents or guardians are asked to bring shot records, birth certificates and other relevant paperwork. For more information call the school office at 360-484-7121...

 

Robotics team prepares for regional tournament

The Wahkiakum First Tech Challenge robotics team has been working since December on its robot and documentation for regional competition on May 1. The league includes six teams from the Bellevue/Redmo...

 

Public invited to submit art highlighting dangers of releasing pets and plants into the wild

The Washington Invasive Species Council and Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) invite artists of all ages to participate in an art contest through May 14 as part of the “Don’t Let it Loose” campaign. The campaign explains the dan...

 

Merz sets discus record

The Wahkiakum Mules traveled to Elma on April 15 to compete against athletes from Chief Leschi and Elma high schools. Jansi Merz set a new Mule record in the discus with a throw of 130-08. On April...

 

WHS Golf

April 20 at Adna: The Adna Pirates sailed in to their home port--Riverside Golf Course--in Chehalis and stole the league championship from the Wahkiakum Mules by six strokes 194-200. It was a close match from beginning to end as the Mules opened with...

 

Lady Mules Fastpitch

Napvine 8, Mule 6 April 8: Our bats were on fire all day, with everyone getting in the hit column. Unfortunately we left some runners on base, made some base running errors, combined with one or two bad decisions on defense, and it put us in a...

 

Volleyball players recognized

Wahkiakum High School volleyball coach Kayli Hurley said that three Mules were recently named to the Central 2B all league teams. Jansi Merz garnered first team all league honors, while Jordyn Watson was selected to the second team all league....

 

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