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Articles from the October 8, 2020 edition

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Farm and Garden group meets Monday

On Monday, October 12, Wahkiakum Food and Farm Network will meet at 7 p.m., with a Zoom connection and in person, outside the WSU Wahkiakum County Extension office at 25 River Street, Suite E. All farmers, gardeners and local food enthusiasts are...

 

Youth to celebrate National 4-H Week October 4-10

Every year, National 4-H Week sees millions of youth, parents, volunteers and alumni come together to celebrate the many positive youth development opportunities offered by 4-H. The theme for this...

 

County levy will continue EMS support

Voters are being asked to continue to support Wahkiakum County’s Emergency Medical Services by voting yes for Wahkiakum County Proposition No. 1, a levy of $0.40 or less per $1,000 of assessed valuation for each of the next six consecutive years....

 

Local radio club passes Emcomm test

Submitted by Ron Wright How well could we talk to each other during an emergency if all of the cell phone towers were down, land-lines were broken, no internet, and no power? That was the question...

 

Cohort to support veteran and civilian owned small businesses

The WSU Food Systems Program with support from the Veteran’s Affairs office and in collaboration with 18 WSU Extension locations from across Washington State are launching Cultivating Success™: Whole Farm Planning, a bilingual online event...

 

Now he'll be home with a fever

To The Eagle:  I recently read a great opinion piece written by a lady who said that “The next presidential debate should be moderated by a mother of pre-school children, if one can be found who actually has the spare time to do so.” Such...

 

Carolyn Long profits off Washington seniors

To The Eagle: Perennial candidate Carolyn Long is running sleazy ads about campaign contributions, but she's no stranger to questionable financial influence herself: her family’s retirement plans include up to $150,000 with pharmaceutical giants...

 

We need a president who can be respected

To The Eagle:  We need a president who can be respected by the world.  Our current president’s own view of his position as President of the United States is a barrier to his ever becoming more than that.  By overtly using his role to...

 

Smoky days

Workers repairing the steeple at the Pioneer Community Center in Cathlamet had some smoky sky to deal with last week. Photo by Rick Nelson...

 

Splitmonk

"We have had deer, osprey, cats, dogs, raccoons, pheasants and ducks at our house over the years," reports photographer Genie Cary. " Here's a little guy eating peanuts that the stellar jays love....

 

Date changed for Fire Protection District No. 3 meeting

NOTICE OF CHANGE OF MEETING DATE For the Regular Commissioners Meeting of Wahkiakum County Fire Protection District No. 3 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the regular meeting of the Board of Commissioners for Wahkiakum County Fire Protection District No....

 

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