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WSU Master Gardener "How to": Rose care-fall to winter

On Tuesday, September 29 from noon-12:30, WSU Master Gardener Phyllis Hull will demonstrate steps to take care of your roses to give them a great start next year. A free 20-minute demonstration will be followed by the opportunity to ask questions...

 

The hounds will run on Puget Island

The hounds will be running this weekend at Misty Rivers Plantation, 117 Cross Dike Road on Puget Island. The event will feature two types of Coursing Aptitude Trials: regular CATS in which the dogs chase the lure around a random course on the...

 

Kreidler hosting virtual climate summit Oct. 7

Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler is hosting a virtual Climate Summit on Oct. 7 to highlight the latest science, best practices being deployed in the private sector, and regulatory approaches to combating climate change. Climate Summit 2020...

 

WSU Master Gardener On-line Workshop: Spiders

Do you want to know more about the spiders that live in our area? On September 30 from 6-7 p.m., WSU Master Gardeners Anne Wolff and Alice Slusher will talk about the spiders here in the Pacific Northwest, dispel many long-held myths, and explain...

 

Two-party committee sets virtual debates

The Wahkiakum County Republican and Democratic Virtual Debates Subcommittee has scheduled five virtual debates for candidates for District 19 state Senate and House of Representatives, two state wide offices and Wahkiakum County board of...

 

Cothren, Lawry face off for county commission

Editor's Note: Over the years,The Eagle has tried to keep coverage of candidates for election as even as possible. Part of that effort is to contact candidates and ask them to fill out an interview...

 

Restaurant/bar opens in Cathlamet

The doors recently opened at The Spar, a new bar/restaurant on Main Street in Cathlamet for the over 21 crowd. For owner Stephanie Vossen, it's a first venture in the hospitality industry, but...

 

Ribbon cutting at The Spar

A crowd celebrated The Spar's opening with owner Stephanie Vossen and manager Jodie Kleinhans, as they performed a ribbon cutting sponsored by the Wahkiakum Chamber of Commerce on Friday afternoon at...

 
 By Rick Nelson    News    September 24, 2020

Port 2 relinquishes island, looks at 2020 budget

Commissioners of Port District No. 2 relinquished ownership of Coffee Pot Island and took a look at a proposed budget for 2021 when they met Sept. 14. Coffee Pot Island lies in the Columbia between the Port's Svensen Park in Puget Island and the...

 

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