OLYMPIA – The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is seeking applications through Feb. 28 for five positions on its enforcement advisory group.
Formed in 2006, the advisory group assists the WDFW
The Willapa Harbor Ministerial Association is sponsoring a series of midweek soup suppers and prayer services at several local churches during the season of Lent. The soup supper starts at 6 p.m. and is followed by a brief prayer service. This year's theme is "Beneath the Cross of Jesus" and will reflect on the lyrics of this beloved hymn.
Have you been sitting on the bed recently, wondering how you were going to get your socks and shoes on? Are you having trouble hearing your favorite TV programs, or reading the newspaper? Is the floor getting farther away when you drop something? How about getting out of your vehicle during errands in town?
Michael Allen Johnson, 41, of Raymond, passed away Saturday, February 2, 2013 at Providence St. Peter Hospital in Olympia. Michael was born April 13, 1971 in Aberdeen to Linda (Johnson) Edinger.
To the Editor:
This is a response to Patricia Neves’ screaming in South Bend (in last week’s Herald).
ILWACO - WSU Master Gardeners from Pacific and Grays Harbor Counties are pleased to announce a partnership with the Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum to revitalize the museum’s Discovery Garden in Ilwaco.
Mayor Bob Jungar and council members Jason Dunsmoor, Vicki Flemetis, Ian Farrell, Ray Robinson, and Betty Sovereign were present for the regularly scheduled city council meeting January 22 in council chambers. Councilman Randy Flemetis arrived a few minutes after the meeting started. Councilwoman Dee Roberts was absent. Officers present were Police Chief Chuck Spoor, City Attorney Will Penoyar, Public Works Director M. Dean Parsons, and Cleak-Treasurer Hester Gilleland.
Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA) released the following statement regarding the USS WASHINGTON ship naming ceremony hosted by Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus in Seattle.
AmeriCorps Member Leanna Reuss, in coordination with the Pacific County Emergency Management Agency (PCEMA) and the City of Long Beach, is recruiting volunteers in an ongoing effort to assist in cleaning Pacific County beaches of tsunami and other marine debris.
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