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Showing 12 articles from June 2, 2013.

WHH - Front Page

Beautify your property with products from Peninsula Landscape Supply
Photo Courtesy Colleen Frericks Peninsula Landscaping Supply offers a plethora of fine products and high quality service to enhance your home and business outdoor surroundings.
Beautify your property with products from Peninsula Landscape Supply


Peninsula Landscape Supply (PLS) provides anything you need to beautify and enhance the yard surrounding your home. Owners Michael and Colleen Frericks offer two decades of exceptional service and the best quality available.

Graduations this weekend


Following the usual tradition, all three high school graduations take place on one weekend with South Bend’s taking place Friday night at 6:30 at Koplitz Fieldhouse.

Important community Chamber meeting Monday
The Willapa Harbor Chamber of Commerce will be holding the second of three work sessions on their regular meeting date of June 10.
Not many General Election positions contested

Two South Bend Council seats, one

Raymond School Board seat have opposition



True, it is an off-year election in 2013, and most of the filings for the General Election in November are running unopposed, but there are some interesting and important openings on the South Bend City Council and on the Raymond School Board that will be contested.

Public dedication at Seaport Museum


The Willapa Seaport Museum will host a public dedication of the FV Vansee wheelhouse next Wednesday (June 12) night at 6:30.



Leaving Spring Flowering Bulb Foliage Strengthens Next Year’s Blooms

Spring-flowering bulbs bring a dazzling display of blossoms that help chase away the winter doldrums. But as the flowers fade, the foliage that remains is not very attractive - and in some cases is downright unsightly! Resist the urge to cut those green leaves off the plants.


WHH - Obituaries

Esther L. Kaivo
On May 29, 2013, Esther L. Kaivo passed away at the Willapa Care Center at the age of 91.

WHH - Letters to the Editor

March against Monsanto was Wonderful

To the Editor:


TC - Government

Winlock soon to complete pipe replacement project

A heavily-debated project to replace water lines under First St. is nearing completion according to reports from the May 29 Winlock City Council meeting.

The project was originally connected with a $76,500 grant from the Transportation Improvement Board to repave sections of First St. with the condition the city replace the pipes under those sections beforehand.


TC - Police, Fire and EMS

Crime and Injury Report 06.05.13
A Toledo woman featured twice so far in Lewis County’s Most Wanted was picked up by deputies May 25 at a local truck stop, according to the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office.
Michelle L. Price, 31, was contacted in the parking lot of Gee Cee’s after deputies received a report of individuals in a car possibly using drugs. When asked to identify herself, Price gave the name Sarah Meyer, but the deputy stated he was familiar with Meyer and knew Price was not being truthful. She was subsequently identified as Price and arrested for an outstanding warrant for failure to appear on a charge of assault, fourth degree/domestic violence.

TC - LC's Most Wanted

Lewis County's Most Wanted - Ramona R. McCoy
Lewis County's Most Wanted - Ramona R. McCoy

Ramona R. McCoy, 53, of Toledo, is wanted on a $26,000 warrant after failing to appear for a charge of violation of a protection order.

Note: The Sheriff’s Office has since reported this warrant is no longer active.


WHH - Politics

Complete Pacific County Election Filing 2013
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