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Articles from the August 2, 2007 edition

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Baird secures funding help for Wahkiakum County

August 2 , 2007 The 2007-08 federal budget will contain several appropriations to address Wahkiakum County needs, Congressman Brian Baird announced this week. Appropriations include: • $200,000 for Wahkiakum County to provide for the...

 

What's happening at the Fair?

- by Kathleen Morgain August 2 , 2007 Things are heating up at the Fairground! Animal entries have been made, building superintendents are planning decorations, Local organizations are securing their spaces and judges are sharpening their pencils! Wo...

 

Salmon fishing opens on Columbia River, new rules to conserve wild tules

August 2 , 2007 Salmon fishing opens August 1 on a large section of the Columbia River, where several new regulations will be in effect to conserve wild Chinook runs that are falling short of federal recovery goals. Those wild Chinook, sometimes...

 

Naselle-GRV School DistrictSupply List 2007 - 2008

August 2 , 2007 Kindergarten 1 box of tissues; 1 box of 16 count crayons; 1 box of 10 count broad line markers; 1 bottle of 8oz school glue; boys bring 1 package paper plates and 1 box small ziplock bags; girls bring 1 package baby wipes and 1 large...

 
 By Donna Moody    News    August 2, 2007

Grange News -

August 2 , 2007 This is very big news for our annual Spelling Bee contestants. The Grays River Grange has increased the prize money once again. This year we again have two age groups, one for students from the 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades; and another...

 

Company fined for dumping concrete over river bank

August 2 , 2007 The Department of Ecology is fining a Lewis County company $23,470 for water quality violations, including dumping concrete over the bank of the Cowlitz River. Andrew Noel Construction operates a sand and gravel mine and concrete...

 

Check your cupboards for recalled canned food

August 2 , 2007 At least three products that are part of a national food recall have been sold in Washington stores. The products, distributed by the Castleberry Food Company, were recalled because of possible botulism contamination. The Washington...

 

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