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Meet Our Seniors: Shelby McEneny

Shelby McEneny grew up at the fish hatchery in Grays River. While her brother attended school in Naselle, she traveled over KM every day with her mom to go to school in Cathlamet. Eventually, she...

 

Meet Our Seniors: Kendall Westcott

While Kendall Westcott will not be graduating with the Wahkiakum High School Class of 2021 on Friday, she is a senior, and she is graduating. Kendall has attended classes at Wa-Ki-Hi in the past, but...

 

Meet Our Seniors: From the writer

While the Wahkiakum High School Class of 2021 was working on senior projects, I spent the last five months working on my own. When this started, I was given a list of 59 seniors. As the months passed, I learned that some students had moved away, and...

 

Flea market, sale at Grange Saturday

WEATHER--This week has begun with quite a soaker and Sunday night was pretty wild with lots of wind along with those downpours, so it was not a night to be out and about, that's for sure; although you may have had to chase down a garbage can lid or...

 

What's happening at the Fair?

Wow! What a car show! Even though the weather wasn’t very nice the fairgrounds had 130 cars for the car show. I would like to thank our sponsors: C & H Classic Smoked Fish, The Spar, Marker 29 LLC, Watkins Tractor & Supply, Arts Automotive, Torppa...

 

Downriver Dispatches

Fundraising Report for Doug Sandell: I just had a call from Buddy Strange to let us all know the total raised last weekend to help Doug Sandell's health expenses was over $27,000! He expressed...

 

Tsuga Gallery to celebrate grand re-opening, 10th anniversary celebration

On Friday, June 18 at 4:00 p.m., Tsuga Art Gallery in downtown Cathlamet, will hold a Grand Re-Opening/10th anniversary celebration. Over the past year and a half, the gallery has been repainted inside and out. New track lighting has been installed...

 

LCC to offer Summer Bridge Program

Lower Columbia College (LCC) has announced the lineup for the 2021 Summer Bridge Program, occurring on campus on June 29. This event is open to everyone who is thinking about attending college, and family members are welcome. A variety of activities...

 

Anglers can fish for free June 12-13

Anglers across Washington will be able to fish without a license on the state’s lakes, rivers, and marine waters during this year’s annual Free Fishing Weekend on June 12 and 13. Residents and non-residents can fish or gather shellfish across...

 

Farmers market opens

Despite an earlier threat of rain, the weather was beautiful and the turnout was fine last Friday at the first Elochoman Marina Farmers Market and Trunk Sale of the season. Right: Nicole Emery of...

 

Car show, Grange sale this weekend

NICE ONE--Unless you hate the sunshine, I don't think you could complain about the weather this past weekend and holiday, as it was very nice outside and certainly a great break from the previous rainy days we had. We enjoyed perfect temperatures...

 

What's happening at the Fair?

Greetings from the fair office. Hope everyone had a wonderful Memorial Day weekend. With that being said the Cruzin’ To The Fair 2nd annual car show has arrived. Come Saturday the fairgrounds will be filled with some pretty awesome cars. Hope every...

 

WSU Master Gardener On-line Workshop: Landscaping with Native Plants

Would you like to have year round interest in your landscape that does well in our climate? Join WSU Extension Master Gardener Roxanne Nakamura on June 8 at noon. She will guide you through some of the best native choices for our PNW landscapes....

 

Downriver Dispatches

Memorial Day: Was this not the best Memorial Day we've had in a long time? Gorgeous weather, people coming together after a year of non-contact. So fun and it looked like a family reunion or party...

 

DOE issues drought advisorty for Wahkiakum, most of Washington

Following an extremely dry couple of months, the Department of Ecology this week issued a drought advisory for most of Washington state, including Wahkiakum, Pacific and Cowlitz counties and all areas east of the Cascade Mountains, portions of...

 

Taya Deal receives scholarship

Wahkiakum 4-H has awarded Taya Deal a scholarship in the amount of $1,500 to continue "making the best better" in our world. Taya has been a 4-H member for 13 years and been involved in multiple...

 

Library summer reading program begins June 16

The Tails & Tales Children’s Summer Reading Program will start soon, with fun animal-themed stories, crafts and activities at Erickson Park on Columbia Street, Wednesdays, June 16-August 4, from 1-2 p.m. or later for children ages 5-15. Children...

 

Student of the Month

The Wahkiakum Lions Club's final graduating senior to be honored is Luke Bohn. Lions Presidant Brian McClain presented Luke with a certificate and a check for his accomplishment. Luke wrote, directed...

 

Whippet clocks in at 32 MPH

A large number and variety of hounds competed at the AKC Lure Coursing Trials held on Puget Island on Memorial Day weekend. The meet was sponsored by the Willamette Valley Basenji Club and hosted by Misty Rivers Irish Wolfhounds. There were just...

 

NCC to celebrate belated 30th anniversary

North Coast Chorale has been bringing quality concerts to the Pacific Northwest for over 30 years, and preparations are under way for their “Belated 30th Anniversary” celebration. On Friday, June 11, Saturday, June 12, and Sunday June 13, NCC...

 

WDFW seeks feedback on plan to distribute $40 million in relief funding Industry members invited to attend June 8 virtual meeting

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is looking for feedback from commercial fishers, shellfish growers, charter boat owners, seafood processors, and members of the public as it develops a spending plan for $40 million in federal rel...

 

WDFW seeks feedback on plan to distribute $40 million in relief funding

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is looking for feedback from commercial fishers, shellfish growers, charter boat owners, seafood processors, and members of the public as it develops a spending plan for $40 million in federal rel...

 

Meet Our Seniors: Amaya Jones

Amaya Jones might have a minor case of senioritis, but with graduation coming up next week, she won't have to suffer much longer. "I just want to be done with high school," she said. "I want to skip f...

 

Meet Our Seniors: Ivan Goldinov

Ivan Goldinov was friendly, but perhaps a little shy about talking to a reporter. He was happy to share that Mr. Hurley and Mr. Rooklidge were his favorite teachers, but much of that had to do with...

 

Meet Our Seniors: Tucker Thomas

Tucker Thomas is from Wahkiakum and has attended school at Wahkiakum School District since he was in kindergarten. "I've grown really close to a lot of my classmates," he said. "At a big school I...

 

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