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Showing 11 articles from June 8, 2013.

WHH - Front Page

PUD still under fire


Accusations of more misuse by PUD employees were brought up at the May 7 meeting, including running a gun business on a company cell phone, using a pile driver for personal use to build a deck, employees being a boss being treated for anger management, and the misuse of a man-lift. Addressing the PUD hierarchy at the meeting were Tim Pettit, Steve Sheary, Catherine Jones and Pat Myers.

Relay For Life starts at noon Friday


The 13th annual local fight against cancer, better known as the American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Willapa Bay takes place Friday and Saturday at the Raymond High School track and field facility.

Twenty-nine SBHS graduates get scholarships
“Let us never fear our next step.” Photo by Sally Kunke South Bend HS Class of 2013 get ready to toss their hats and celebration their graduation Friday at Koplitz Field House before a crowd of about 850. Twenty-nine of 35 SBHS graduating students
Twenty-nine SBHS graduates get scholarships
South Bend High School’s Class of 2013 Commencement ceremony was a joyous evening filled with loud laughter, thunderous cheers, and heartfelt tears. Thirty-five students received their diplomas before a huge crowd of about 850 Friday night at Koplitz Field House.

WHH - Community

Local Library Calendar

Raymond Library presents Summer Kick Off, June 12-14 for children. Celebrate summer outside with crafts and games. Sign up for the summer reading program, “Dig Into Reading” for children and “Beneath the Surface” for teens. Pick up your kit starting today or any time this summer.


WHH - Education

Raymond Schools Foundation Honor Roll Awards and Scholarships


The Raymond Schools Foundation sponsored six Honor Roll Awards to graduating seniors of Raymond High School. The Honor Roll Award was established to encourage students to work diligently toward academic excellence. During Class Day, Valedictorian Kira Dunsmoor, Salutatorian Josh Camenzind, Abby Maneman, Stephanie Holland, Courtney Hagain and Carte Bisbee were each presented with a cash award. These six students were rewarded for being on Honor Roll every semester from grades 9-12.
During the Raymond High School 2013 graduation ceremony, four scholarships managed by the Raymond Schools Foundation were presented.

Raymond students’ artwork on display at high school

Raymond High School Art Students had the pleasure of spending the day learning a fine craft of hand made book binding on May 31.



A Succulent Life, Continued



My June column has traditionally focused on tips for “succulent living” and enjoying life to its fullest, whether you are 58 or 98. This month I will continue that tradition as we celebrate the Summer Solstice.


WHH - Letters to the Editor

Pay Raises Causing Our Electric Bills to Go Up

To the Editor:


PUD #2 Electric Rates are increasing.


WHH - Health

Ramsey new rehab director at Montesano Health and Rehabilitation Center
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Ramsey new rehab director at Montesano Health and Rehabilitation Center

Montesano Health and Rehabilitation Center, a member of the Revera Inc. family, is pleased to welcome Susan Ramsey as the center’s new Rehabilitation Director.


WHH - Photos + Videos

Fun at Pionner Farms
Photo Courtesy Jesica Bryant Fifth grade students at Raymond Elementary School had the opportunity to tour and explore at Pioneer Farms in Eatonville. The tour included visiting two homestead cabins built in the 1880's and learning about the families wh
Fun at Pionner Farms

WHH - Humor

Public dedication at Seaport Museum today

The Willapa Seaport Museum will host a public dedication of the FV Vansee wheelhouse tonight at 6:30. Museum Director Pete Darrah is inviting the public to bring their family and friends to come on in and see three new exhibits, take a chance to win a unique Norwegian hardanger (an intricate form of embroidery) table runner that was donated by fabric artist Virginia Wallace, and also listen to some live music.

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