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We had some crazy weather on Saturday

UNEXPECTED--We certainly had a crazy weather day last Saturday and it depended on where you were as to just how violent it was. We started out the day with fairly decent weather, then we got some sun breaks and folks were posting some awesome picture...

 

Auditions will be held June 2

The Astor Street Opry Company has announced auditions for Junior Shanghaied “A Night at the Olios!” Sunday, June 2, at 2 p.m. These performances feature a dozen ASOC Youth Performers ages 8 to 17. Auditions will be held at the ASOC Playhouse,...

 

Downriver Dispatches

Gone but not Forgotten...Conclusion Anyone who has traveled west of the KM at this time of year has seen the many wonderful varieties of rhododendrons along the way. I knew almost nothing of these...

 

Wanderlodge and The Slough Rats to perform at the Grange

A night of live americana/rock/folk/blues/country music will take place Saturday, May 25 at the Skamokawa Grange. This will be the first public performance together of Wanderlodge, from Portland, and The Slough Rats. Wanderlodge performed at RM38 in...

 

CHH & H names aide of the year

Community Home Health & Hospice has announced that Amanda Grice, CNA, has been chosen as Home Care Aide of the Year by the Home Care Association of Washington (HCAW). This statewide award recognizes a home care aide who is a complete standout in...

 

Love at First Thought

Members of the Wahkiakum High School drama club performed the one-act play Love at First Thought last weekend. L-r are Kendall Westcott, Shelby Bond, Tyson Hjaltalin and Ryan McKay-Beach. Katie...

 

WHS class reunion

Six classmates from the Wahkiakum High School Class of 1949 gathered May 7 to celebrate 70 years of friendship. Three of the ladies started first grade together. L-r are Elwood Enge, Ora Loraine...

 

Dog races to be held this weekend

The hounds will be running this weekend, Saturday and Sunday, May 25 and 26, at Misty Rivers Plantation, 117 Cross Dike Road on Puget Island. And it will be more than just hounds. The AKC event,...

 

Memoral Day ceremony Monday

The public is invited to a Memorial Day Ceremony on May 27 at 9 a.m. at the Greenwood Cemetery. The event, hosted by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #5297, will pay tribute to those men and women that made the ultimate sacrifice for the nation. At...

 

LCC to present play

Proof, David Auburn's Pulitzer Prize winning play, will be presented at Lower Columbia College Center Stage Theater. This play explores the intersection between mental illness and genius as Catherine (Savannah Zimmerman) struggles to care for her...

 

White Tail Run results

The 35th annual Great White Tail Run held on Saturday, May 18, brought 58 participants to the course along the Julia Butler Hansen National Wildlife Refuge in Skamakowa. Results: 2 Mile: Female, Top-H...

 

The Silver Buckle

The Silver Buckle gaming series first show went well. Hopefully you all read the results and saw how well our local riders did. Here is some great news about the arena that will be welcome information for horse gamers and those horse people that...

 

Naselle Community Center concert is well received

The Naselle Community Center hosted their second concert recently to rave reviews and a large audience! Almost 100 visitors came from all over to hear the vast array of talent. Over $1,000 in...

 

Great White Tail run Saturday on refuge

T'WAS HOT!--As this paper came out last Thursday, we saw our temperature jump to 87 degrees in West Valley and I'm telling you, that was pretty toasty for the early part of May! We weren't the only ones dealing with warmer temperatures and several...

 

NCC set to perform on Friday and Sunday in Astoria

May brings North Coast Chorale performing again for the residents of the Pacific Northwest with more entertaining and insightful music. At 7 p.m. on Friday, May 17 and 3 p.m. on Sunday, May 19, the Chorale will present “Songs of the Earth” in the...

 

Downriver Dispatches

Gone but not forgotten 2 The main reason you see my picture and e-mail address is so that I will be recognized by the community in which I serve. My motive is to be able to reach the community to...

 

Author visits library

Local author Lilly Robbins Brock, presented her and her husband's newest books to librarian Carol Blix at the Cathlamet Public Library at an author visit May 11. Photo by Jean Burn...

 

Best of Breed

Misty Rivers Drifter O'Quinn had a very good weekend at the beginning of May. At a four day show event in Elma, sponsored by the Nisqually Kennel Club and Olympia Dog Fanciers Association, Drifter...

 

Trinidad and Tobago comes to Longview

On Monday, May 20, 2019, Martyn Kenefick will give a presentation on birding in Trinidad and Tobago, the twin-island nation that lies in the Caribbean just north of Venezuela. Willapa Hills Audubon is sponsoring the event. Kenefick will appear at the...

 

JBH House tours offered

The historic Julia Butler Hansen House, built in 1867-1868, will be open for tours on Sunday, May 19 from 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m., 35 Butler St., Cathlamet. The JBH House is the oldest house in Wahkiakum County and Cathlamet and was the home of the...

 

70 year class reunion

Six classmates from the Wahkiakum High School Class of 1949 gathered May 7 to celebrate 70 years of friendship. Three of the ladies started first grade together. L-r are Elwood Enge, Ora Loraine...

 

Mothers Day Tea

The Cathlamet Woman's Club held a Mother's Day Tea Saturday at St. James Family Center Cathlamet. Right: Local girls model Dress A Girl dresses at the Woman's Club Mother's Day Tea on Saturday. From...

 

Results announced for horse games

Here are the results of the first Silver Buckle horse gaming series show held last weekend at the Wahkiakum County Fairgrounds in Skamokawa: There were a few changes over last year's list of events. This year we have added a Texas Barrels Jack Pot...

 

Memorial Day ceremonys set for May 27

The public is invited to a Memorial Day Ceremony on May 27 at 9 a.m. at the Greenwood Cemetery. The event, hosted by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #5297, will pay tribute to those men and women that made the ultimate sacrifice for the nation. At...

 

WDFW approves "bonus" razor clam dig starting May 18 at Mocrocks

State shellfish managers have approved a "bonus" razor clam dig on ocean beaches for three days, May 18-20. State shellfish managers with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) approved the dig on morning low tides after marine toxin...

 

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