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Salad luncheon Saturday in Naselle

The annual Salad Luncheon hosted by the Naselle Lutheran Church will be held April 27, from 10 a.m., until 1 p.m. Enjoy a variety of salads for a donation of $7.00. Once again, a variety of plants including tomatos grown by Tom Hall, quilts and a...

 
 By Emma Epperly    News    April 25, 2019

Personal exemptions will no longer be valid for vaccines

• Lawmakers aim to improve “herd immunity” in Washington state • Lawmakers aim to stop the ongoing measles outbreak with passage of bill OLYMPIA (April 23, 2019) – The Washington House of Representatives concurred with Senate amendments on...

 

Career Fair at WHS

Last Friday, the Career Fair at Wahkiakum High School was a well attended and high energy event. There were representatives from regional employers and military recruiters talking to students about...

 

Seal River Cemetery Association will meet April 27

The Seal River Cemetery Association Annual Meeting has been set for April 27 at 2:30 p.m. at the Grays River Fire Hall. Anyone with an interest in this Washington Territory cemetery is encouraged to attend as they discuss cemetery maintenance and...

 

Mule baseball team posts 2 wins in 3 games

The Wahkiakum Mules baseball team split games in a doubleheader last week and won one on Monday to bring their season record to 6-5 in league and 8-5 overall. Last Wednesday, the team traveled to...

 

WHS Mule Golf

April 18 was a beautiful calm day on a relatively dry Riverside golf course and the Mules used the opportunity to up their intra-conference record to 7-0 with a 179-213 score over Adna High School. The course was in great shape, but the Mules found t...

 

Young Mules take on Toutle Lake, Winlock

The Wahkiakum Mules softball team continues to struggle, but Coach Stephanie Green is focused on the bright spots, of which there are many. In Toutle Lake last Wednesday, the Mules lost 22-0 in the first game but played better in the second game for...

 

Halibut fishing to open May 2 under higher quotas

Anglers fishing for halibut in Washington waters will have more halibut to catch during the 2019 season compared to recent years. Recreational halibut seasons announced by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) are based on a...

 

Harvest managers concerned about poor chinook returns

Though Oregon and Washington added two more days of fishing for spring chinook in the lower Columbia River last Saturday and Sunday, there are signs of a lower than forecasted return of spring chinook. As of last week, just 184 fish have crossed...

 

Egg hunt tradition

And they're off! It doesn't take long for the kids to find all the eggs, especially when they've got family to help. Youngsters of all ages gathered Saturday in Skamokawa for egg hunts at Skamokawa...

 

Student art at WHS

The photo printed in last week's edition of Wahkiakum High School artist Mikaila Bigelow didn't include her art: Here she is with her digital work. Photo courtesy of Sue Garn....

 

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