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Horse Gaming Series Update

I will start by answering some questions I received. 1. If I paid $30 to ride in the six events, why do I have to pay $3 for a time only event? Time only events are really just a warm up for you and your horse. We've seen horses go off course,...

 

Crab & Oyster Feed at Norse Hall on Saturday

IT'S WHITE--It depended on where you live as to how much snow you got this past Friday night and weekend, as some had half a foot or more, while some had a few inches, and some were saying they had just a "skiff" of snow and some had absolutely...

 

A call to all artists

During May 2019, the Columbian Artists Association will host their 43rd Spring Art Show at the Rose Center for the Arts gallery. Two judges will award cash, ribbons and sponsor prizes. Artists over the age of 18 are invited to participate. More...

 

Downriver Dispatches

This new snow we had is sure to conjure up memories because we do not get snow like one would in other places in the world like the artic or Antarctica. As a young child in my home town, Wahkiakum snow like this would have had a big impact on my imag...

 

FINNAM to sponsor event

The Naselle Finnish American Folk Festival is sponsoring its first event at the new Naselle Community Center. The Naselle Congregational Church has gifted the building to the Finn Festival group and they will hold their first kick-off event on...

 

Watch re-enactment in Astoria

See history come alive through re-enactment, song, dance and bad jokes in this lost piece of socially significant stage craft as two Finnish boys from the old country, “Minnesota” who, with the help of their Mama (and sisters) save the day. Meet...

 

Learn to prune fruit trees

On February 26 at 6:00 p.m., Jim Chennault will discuss the techniques used when pruning fruit trees. Pruning trees will control the size of the tree and improve fruit quality. Proper pruning techniques reduce disease and promote greater fruit...

 

Middle school honor roll announced

John C. Thomas Middle School has announced the 2nd Quarter Honor Roll for 2019. The following students qualified. Sixth Grade: 4.0 Aviguya Tsybikova. 3.2-3.99: Maddi Thoreson, Zaya Ray, Phillip Goldinov, Nicholas St. Onge, Bailey McKinley, Kennedy...

 

Local makes hall of fame

Todd Quigley, of Vancouver, was honored recently as being inducted into the Clark College Hall of Fame for Golf with his teammates. They played on the 1982 Golf Team and were undefeated all season. They won Regionals which included all community...

 

FOS to present artist's work

Friends of Skamokawa presents “Water Journeys” featuring award winning Southwest Washington Artist Stan Riedesel. The opening reception will be held Saturday, March 9, 1-3 p.m., at Skamokawa’s River Life Interpretive Center/Central...

 

Protect your home from robbery

No one plans to be robbed, yet it can be a frightening experience coming home to find your possessions taken. On February 21 from noon to 1 p.m., Charlie Rosenzweig, Cowlitz County Chief Criminal Deputy will discuss ways to protect your home and...

 

Coast Community Radio receives grants

Coast Community Radio (CCR), the nonprofit radio station in the Columbia-Pacific region, has received a $15,000 grant from Templin Foundation. Station Manager Graham Nystrom wrote the grant for money toward the purchase and installation of a new...

 

Bucklin named Cathlamet Yacht Club commodore

Cathlamet Yacht Club Past Commodore Dave Scogin presents the Commodore Flag to the new Commodore Jim Bucklin at the 10th annual Commodore’s Ball, held January 26 at the Kelso Red Lion Inn. The club...

 

Kayakers featured tonight on OPB

Set your recording devices! Wahkiakum residents Andrew Emlen and Kyleen Austin of Columbia River Kayaking, will be on TV tonight (Thursday) in a segment of Oregon Field Guide on OPB about the Lower Columbia River Water Trail. The segment features...

 

Wahkiakum ARC emergency commission activated

Monday night two minutes after the power outage started the Wahkiakum County Amateur Radio Club emergency communications network was activated using the Incident Command System protocol (W7ERY Ron, WA6TTR Gordon, KG7WSQ Jim, KC7IVJ Dale and KE7IHH...

 

Week of clamming starts this Friday

Razor clam diggers can return to various ocean beaches for a seven-day opening beginning tomorrow (Friday), Feb. 15. The dig extends over a long weekend and provides a Sunday digging opportunity at Long Beach. State shellfish managers with the...

 

Flea market to be held at Fairgrounds Saturday

WEATHER--Temperatures dropped on Sunday night and by Monday morning, we had a slight trace of snow/ice on the lawn, but that little bit was gone by eleven so we certainly didn't get any big snow storm, which was fine by me! People in higher...

 

Author Peter Rock featured at LCC

Lower Columbia College has announced that Peter Rock will be featured at the February 27 Northwest Voices event in Longview. First, the author will provide a screening of Leave No Trace, a film based on his book My Abandonment, from 3-5:00 p.m., in...

 

Downriver Dispatches

[Editor's note: This column has been corrected: The initial version of this article incorrectly stated that the Naselle Lutheran Church had closed; the Naselle Congregational Church has in fact disbanded its congregation and passed its property to...

 

In Their Footsteps: Five common Birds of Astoria

Lewis and Clark National Historical Park, Fort Clatsop has announced the next In Their Footsteps free speaker series event. Five Common Birds of Astoria with Barbara Linnett will be held Sunday, February 17, at 1:00 p.m. This presentation is part of...

 

Coast Community Radio slated for Feb 26 Fort George benefit

“My name is Susan Peterson from Coast Community Radio, Community is our middle name!” As the Development Director, this is her favorite way to introduce the stations of Coast Community Radio. Fort George Brewery and Pub has selected KMUN as their...

 

Hollywood Awards Night 2019

The Liberty Theatre, 1203 Commercial St., Astoria, has announced the premier of Hollywood's biggest night in Astoria to be held February 24 at 3:30 and 5 p.m. Tickets are $25-$50. Superstar guests will walk the red carpet into the historic theater....

 

Community Home Health & Hospice awarded CHAP accreditation

Community Health Accreditation Partner, Inc., (CHAP) announced January 23 that Community Home Health & Hospice has been awarded CHAP Accreditation under the CHAP Hospice Standards of Excellence. CHAP Accreditation demonstrates that Community Home...

 

Coming Events--Community Center in Cathlamet

Despite the cold temperatures, Wahkiakum is staying busy. It’s a good time to focus on what you want for the year. How will you make each day count? What will you learn? What can you teach others? Before the hibernation is over, set your...

 

Quake response plan recommended for schools

• Lawmakers propose bill to plan for future catastrophic events in the state • Bill to prepare public schools for catastrophic emergencies • Plan may provide more resources to schools in the case of an emergency By Madeline Coats WNPA Olympia...

 

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