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PTO fundraiser underway

The JA Wendt PTO is holding their fall fundraiser and is selling Mules gear. There are sweatshirts (hooded and crew neck), t-shirts, jackets, long sleeve, wind breakers, shorts, and sweats. The website is www.fancloth.com/98612/406059. The sale is...

 
 By Rick Nelson    News    September 13, 2018

DNR sets meetings on murrelet strategy

The Washington Department of Natural Resources and US Fish and Wildlife Service are preparing to gather input on their updated proposed amendments to their long-term conservation strategies for the marbeled murrelet. The endangered sea bird nests on...

 

Congressional candidates set three debates

Jaimie Herrera Beutler and Carolyn Long, candidates for Washington’s 3rd Congressional District, have scheduled three debates. The dates are: --Sept. 18: Woodland Chamber of Commerce Congressional Candidates’ Debate, Oaktree Restaurant, 1020...

 

Entertainment News

Live Music Friday, September 14, at the Skamokawa Grange, 18 Fairgrounds Road. Folk, Jazz and Blues. Natalie Bouloudis from London, UK at 8 p.m., BobCat Jazz from Longview at 7 p.m., Hank & Lloyd from Cathlamet at 6 p.m. $5 admission, students free....

 

Pirates pound Mules; Onalaska here Friday

The Adna Pirates aren't ranked first in the Associated Press Class 2B football poll for nothing: They're a good team. The Pirates took it to the Wahkiakum Mules for a 34-0 victory last Friday. The Mules had returned to the football poll after a few...

 

GoFundMe account started for Carlson

To help Beau Carlson and his family with expenses resulting from his football injury, an account has been started for him on the Go Fund Me website (https://www.gofundme.com/carlson-strong). Here are details from the website: "This has been such a de...

 

Lady Mules sweep Lumberjills in opener

The Wahkiakum Mules volleyball team started the season with a win against R.A. Long in three sets at home last Wednesday, 25-19, 25-16, and 25-17. "It was a great all around match," Coach Kayli...

 

Cross Country

Wahkiakum High School and John C. Thomas Middle School cross country runners competed in two events this week. At a La Center meet last Wednesday, high school and middle school athletes ran a 1.5 mile course. Eighth grader Kaiden Ray, the sole Warrio...

 

High School Football

Central League Last week's scores Adna 34, Wahkiakum 0 Kalama 20, Napavine 13 Morton/White Pass 28, Raymond 20 South Bend 32, Winlock 14 Life Christian 32, Toutle Lake 6 Onalaska 74, Mossyrock 0 Rainier 12, Toledo 7 This week's games Onalaska at...

 

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